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INDEX 

TO THE 

ENCYCLOPEDIA BRITANNICA 



ELEVENTH EDITION 



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-1824 


1830- 


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1902- 


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-1911 



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THE 

ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA 

A 

DICTIONARY 

OF 

ARTS, SCIENCES, LITERATURE AND GENERAL 
INFORMATION 

ELEVENTH EDITION 

VOLUME XXIX 

INDEX 



New York 
Encyclopedia Britannica, Inc. 

342 Madison Avenue 



Copyright, in the United States of America, 1910, 

by 

The Encyclopedia Britannica Company. 



inde: 

VOLUME XXIX 

PREFACE 

IT may, perhaps, appear at first sight that an encyclopaedia arranged in alphabetical order should 
need no Index volume, more especially a work like the Eleventh Edition of the Encyclopedia 
Britanuica, which has replaced the comprehensive general, or " omnibus," articles; so char- 
acteristic of the earlier editions, by a number of shorter articles easily consulted by the student. 
But it still remains true that to make the fullest and best use of the book an index of some kind is 
imperatively needed. Since any encyclopaedia worthy of the name must take all knowledge for its 
province, it is obvious that the world itself would scarcely contain the volumes which Need for an 
would have to be written, were every person, place or thing treated in a separate index. 
article. Moreover, the distribution of information over a number ot short articles involves the 
necessity of collecting it together again in a form convenient for reference. To meet this need, as 
well as to point the reader to information on other subjects, not themselves included among the 
40,000 article headings of the Eleventh Edition, an Index has been compiled, which, though 
containing considerably more than 500,000 headings, even so only aims at presenting a selection, 
not a miscellany, of information. If every name mentioned, however casually, in the Encyclopedia 
Britannica ; and every scrap of information had been indexed, the references would have filled a 
library. Indeed the Encyclopedia Britannica itself would have been rewritten, and not bettered 
in the process. 

The editors of this Index believe that in the case of such a work as the Encyclopedia 
Britannica the value of the Index depends less upon exhaustiveness than upon intelligent selection 
and arrangement. There is no more potent cause of mental indigestion than a mass Principle of 
of unsifted and often irrelevant detail. If economy of space is required in a reference the Index. 
book, there Is a still more urgent demand on the part of the Inquirer for economy of effort. In the 
case of any one of the great figures of history, or the leading scientific theories, a reader does not 
want to be referred to every passing allusion to Julius Caesar, or Napoleon, or Bismarck. The 
article on Augustus says that he was born in the year of Cicero's consulship, but to record that fact 
in the Index under the heading "Cicero" would be neither intelligent nor useful. : Nor would the 
reader who wishes to get a clear idea of the Darwinian theories be grateful to an index which 
reterred him to every passage containing the word "evolution." 

In short, the Concordance-index has been studiously avoided. The ideal has rather been to 
render easily accessible all information of real importance in the book, and rigorously to exclude 
passing allusions to subjects which are more fully treated elsewhere To help the reader to find 



vi PREFACE 

what he wants in the quickest and easiest way has been the guiding principle throughout, it 
is, for instance, scarcely necessary to enumerate the different holders of a title such as the 
Concordance earldom of Derby, when the majority of them are dealt with only in the article 
ideal avoided. "Derby, Earls of." In all such cases the one general reference to the article has 
been allowed to cover all the particular references to individual earls ; but if important references 
to these individuals occur in other articles, such as the article " English History," they will be found 
in the Index under the name of the earl in question. 

No index can divine every difficulty in advance or forestall every objection. There are many 
words, more or less synonymous, which might equally well be chosen as index headings. Is 
selection ot "Arboriculture" or "Forestry" to be taken as the heading under which to group 
headings. foresters' lore ? Is theology and legend about the prince of darkness to be indicated 

under the heading "Satan" or "Devil"? Here thf work of the compilers of the Index has 
been to a great extent simplified by the nece*- ">f following the article headings, which 

all appear in the Index, standing out boldly n 1 letters. There are articles on both 

" Arboriculture " and " Forests and Forestry." Tht. . gives one reference to the first, adding 

a cross-reference "see also Forests and Forestry," .aid under this heading groups all further 
information on the subject. Similarly under "Satan" we find "see Devil," and the first reference 
under " Devil " is to the article so entitled. 

The aim of the Index is, in fact, twofold. In the first place it seeks to distribute under a still 

larger number of headings the information which the editor has distributed over 40,000 headings in 

the book. The measure of success attained may be estimated by the fact that these 
Twofold aim. ... r 

headings total over 500,000, every one of which is, as it were, the skeleton of an 

encyclopaedic article. Even a single textual reference and a map-reference to a town not important 
enough to call for a separate article enable the reader to find its geographical position, its accessi- 
bility by rail, sea, river or canal, its distance from other towns, and its commercial, historical or 
other principal interest. In the second place the Index seeks to group round each of the 
40,000 article headings all other important references to the same subject found in other parts of 
the book. It is important, however, to notice that in all such cases the first reference given is the 
reference to the article itself, and that references to the same subject from other articles will be 
naturally fewer in proportion to the amount of detail contained in that article. Hence the absence 
of any specific reference in the Index to any special event in a man's life, or to one particular aspect 
of a well-known theory, does not imply that the information js not in the book, but merely that it 
is so fully dealt with in the article itself that other references would add no substantial information. 

On the other hand, in the case of very large articles such as those on Egypt, England or the 
United States, the Index will be found to contain further references to special sections of the article 
Arrangement itself. This is especially noticeable when it has been necessary to collect together 
of references. information germane to such sections from other articles. The best example of this 
principle is to be found in the history sections of the Index under the names of all the larger 
countries. The Index has throughout steadfastly avoided the common fault of supplying merely 
a long list of entries without specific description. Such entries — technically called "blind" — have 
been limited to four at the outside. Those which will be found standing at the head of a group of 
specified entries are to passages giving general information. Thus, if a commander has an article 
heading, the first entry directs the inquirer to that article ; the second perhaps to a passage 
describing his importance in the history of the country to which he belonged ; the third to an article 
on the military aspects of the war in which he fought. Specified entries thereafter will refer to 
particular battles described in and by themselves from the tactical standpoint. All such entries. 



PREFACE vii 

however, are admitted only if they lead to material information not in the article on the 
commander himself. 

This has been the first economy. The second has been effected by the shortness of the form 
of reference adopted. It Is a moot point how far an index should itself convey information. Is 
every individual to have a date and a description attached to his name ? If he has, he will occupy 
two lines, where one will do ; if he has not, he may get confused with a place or a thing, or with 
another person of the same name. To obviate this catastrophe Christian names Form of 

or initials are given wherever possible, and in their absence a short description, eg. retennces. 

"author," "general," "vizier," "Persian governor." Geographical references can be recognized 
as such by the fact that every town name Is followed by an abbreviation indicating the country 
in which it is situated, whilst physical features such as lake, river, mountain are so described. Now 
and again, no doubt, confusion is possible ; every index has its humours, and at first sight the 
cryptic form " Folk, O. 20-26 (H-I4)" may not suggest a town in Ohio. But the initiated, who have 
consulted the list of abbreviations on p. i, will know that on p. 26 in vol. 20 they will find that place 
in the map square (H-I4). In the case of references which are neither to persons nor to places, a 
description is seldom given, the assumption being that the man who consults an index knows what 
he is looking for and is capable of recognizing it when he sees it. But in the case of names very 
similar to each other, or of terms used in more than one science, such distinguishing marks as 
"geol." " bot." or "zool." are added in parentheses. In a word, the principle has been to avoid 
any possible confusion. 

The system of alphabetization adopted Is that of the Encyclopaedia itself, which takes every 
heading, whether consisting of one word or of more than one, as read right through. For example, 
"Ant" comes before " Antae," but "Ant-bear" between "Antarctic" and "Ant- Alphabetize 
eater." Some slight modifications have, however, been introduced. In the case of t,oa - 
persons bearing the same first name, but with various^ distinguishing epithets or phrases which, 
if read right through, would cause them to be separated by intervening blocks of geographical 
or other references, these suffixes have been enclosed in brackets, so that all persons bearing 
the names Albert, Alfonso, Alexander, John, William, &c, worthy of reference in the Index, stand 
in a continuous list. These lists are then alphabetized by the suffix or territorial designation. 
Where the number of such persons is very great the territorial magnates are placed in one list 
arranged thus :— Alexander (of Macedon) 

— (of Russia) 

— {of Scotland) 

and the scholars, bishops, chroniclers, &c, in another list, as — 
Alexander (Aetolus) 

— (of Hales) 

— (the Paphlagonian). 

The system adopted for the geographical references has already been indicated. It will 
be found that the very numerous maps have been systematically indexed throughout, and that 
every place marked in them appears in the Index, these map references being Map refer- 

readily distinguishable by the addition of letter and number in brackets, indicating eaces, 

map squares, e.g. 5-403 (A2). The Index is, therefore, not only an index, but also a gazetteer. 

The numerous illustrations, whether Plates or Cuts in the text, received careful consideration. 
As economy of space was throughout an urgent necessity, it was finally decided not to index the 
illustration as such where it appears m its natural context, or where there is a reference to 



viii PREFACE 

the description in the text. For instance, the article " Carp," about a column in length, contains 
an illustration. It did not appear necessary to duplicate the reference to " Carp " in the Index, 
so as to indicate this figure. But if the figure had appeared elsewhere (e.g. m 
/Misfrattuu. (he a|ticle ., I^thyology "), the Index would have added to its references under 
" Carp " a reference to the volume and page where this figure occurred, with the contraction " fig." 
after the reference. The reference is always specifically given, if the figure is not described in 
the text The Plates illustrating long articles such as Painting, Sculpture, Greek Art, Ceramics, 
Heraldry, Ship, &c, are indexed wherever there is no text reference, and wherever the Plate 
itself has a sufficiently distinctive title. Little would be gained by directing a man to such 
illustrations as " Faience plaque, Cnossus" under that title; but he can be directed under the 
name " Cnossus " to illustrations of articles found there. Or if he is interested in the works of a 
particular sculptor, the index will assist him more by a reference under that sculptor's name to the 
Plates of his works in the article "Sculpture," than by specific references to the names of works 
known only to experts. On the other hand, pictures, statues or other objects of interest bearing 
well-known distinctive names are separately indexed with their Plate references. 

One other class of references calls for special notice. It has been the aim of the Eleventh 
Edition of the Encyclopedia Brilannicaxo assist readers in the interpretation of technical or unusual 
Dlclleiury terms. To this end the editor has included a number of dictionary headings, i.e. 

headings. sn0 rt articles giving the derivation, meaning and various uses of such terms. These 

article headings appear as a matter of course in the Index, but a much greater number of terms, 
English and foreign, defined in the course of the scientific; philosophical and other articles have 
also been indexed. To such references the word " diet." is added by way of an indication that the 
information to be found will be of a dictionary rather than of an encyclopedic character. 

The value of any index depends to a large extent on the fulness of its cross-references. This 
Index has tried to supply a reasonable number of variants to names which a reader may look for 
Cross, under more than one spelling. It has also indicated the relationship between family 

references. names and titles, by cross-referencing the first to the second. Under such geo- 
graphical prefixes as "North," "South," "High," "Low," "Great," "Little," a general cross- 
reference indicates that such names are as a rule to be found reversed, eg. "Wycombe, High," 
except in American place-names, and a few other special cases. It should be, observed that the 
simple cross-reference ("Julius Caesar: see Caesar") is used only when the two sides of the 
reference are exactly equivalent. Other cross-references (e.g. a single peer to the family title) 
are in the form "see also" or "see under" 

An entirely new feature has been added to the Index volume of this edition for the use of those 
desiring to study subjects as a whole. At the conclusion of the Index proper there will be found-a 
Clmslttedteble classified table of contents, in which the article headings in the Encyclopaedia are 
eleonlena. grouped broadly according to their subjects, e.g. Geography, History, Religion, Art, 
and subdivided into their natural sections (e.g. Art into Painting, Sculpture, Music, Architecture). 
In ali cases the biographical articles will be found together with the appropriate subject headings. 
Afuller account of the system adopted is prefixed to the table itself. 

At the end of the volume is appended a complete alphabetized list of the contributors of signed 

List el articles, the principal articles being specified. This supplements the special lists 

"■**» prefixed to each of the twenty-eight volumes, where biographical information about 

the contributors is given, „ ' ■ ■ „-.- 

S JANET E. HOGARTH. 

J. MALCOLM MITCHELL. 

London, May 5, 191 1. 



RULES AND ABBREVIATIONS 



I. Type. — Headings printed in bold Clarendon type (e.g. 
ALEPPO) represent article headings in the Encyclopedia, and 
the first reference under every such heading is to the article in 

question. 

All references show (i) the volume in bold Clarendon figures ; 
(2) the page in light face type; (3) the exact quarter of the 
page bv means of the letters a 3 b, c, d, signifying respectively 
the upper and lower halves of the first and second columns, 
e.g. A (letter) i-1 a. In geographical references these letters arc 
replaced bv an indication of the map square in the usual form, 

'■»•■" < B1 >-" 

A rule or dash ( — ) denotes the repetition of the preceding head- 
ing, or of its first separate word. Hyphened words are treated 
as single words. Headings in italic type denote books, news- 
papers, or periodicals. Quotation marks arc used for pictures, 
shins, statues, race horses and separate poems or musical 
compositions. 

II. Alphabetization. — All titles, whether consisting of a 
single word or of more than one, and if of more, whether 
hvphened or not, an: treated for the purpose of alphabetization 
as single complete headings. In the majority of cases the same 
rule applies to inverted bladings. Surnames followed by Chris- 
tian names and geographical headings like " Wycombe, Higli : 'are 
exceptions. An epithet or phrase in parentheses is not treated 



as part of the heading for alphabetical purposes except in a 
series of identical headings (see Preface, p. vii.). 

Where the same name denotes human beings, places and 
objects, the order is (1) persons, (z) places, (3) things. 

The prefixes " Me " and " 11' " are alphabetized as " Mac " ; 
" St " is treated as " Saint," " S.S. " as " Saints." 

III. Geographical Headings. — The names of towns and 
villages are followed by the abbreviation for the country to 
which they belong. For this purpose English counties and the 
states of the United States rank as countries. All other topo- 
graphical headings are described as "riv.," "mt.," &c. In 
cases like " Rig Mountain," "Big River," denoting physical 
features the arrangement is 

Big, mt. 

Such a heading as " Big Mountain, Utah " would therefore 
denote a town, not a mountain. In the names of American 
counties, e.g. Madison Co., the word Co. is. treated as part of 
the heading.- 

IV. Abbreviations. — The following list includes general 
contractions adopted for the purpose of this Index. The 
contractions usual in special branches of knowledge are in- 
cluded In the Index itself and in the article Abbreviation 
(vol. i. page 37). 



LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS 



iau Islands 
Polar Reg-ions 



Babyl. 


Babylonia 




Bali. 


Bahamas 




Hal. 


Baluchistan 




Bal.Ts. 


Balearic Islands 




Basil. 


Basutol&nd 




Bay. 


Bavaria 






British Coltroibi 




Jieoh. 


JSechna.tialand 




Bcda. 


Bedfordshire 




Bcl.Cong. 


Belgian Conj,-o 


(including 




Congo Free S 


ale). 


Relff. 


Belgium 





;ish Bast Africa 



British On in 
Bucfcmshan 
Bulgaria 



Canary Islands 



Cape Col. 


Capo Colony 


Cane. 


Canoasia or Caucasus 


Cey. 


Ceylon 


Chan. 


channel 


Chan. Is. 


Channel Islands 






Chcs. 


Cheshire 


ciiii. 


Chile 


chron. 






county 


Colo. 


Colorado . 


Colom. 




Conn. 


Connecticut 


Cum. 


Cornwall- 


an. 


Costa Rica 


Croat. Slav. Croatia. Slavonia 


cry stall. 


cry stall ography 




Cuba 


dumb. 


Cumberland 


C. Verd .Is 


Capo Verde Islands 


d. 


daughter 


Bah. 


llahoir.cy 


Dalm. 


Dalmatia 


D.C, 


Columbia, District Oj 


Del. 






Denmark 


depf. 




Dov. 


Devonshire 


D.fiui. 


Dutch Guiana 


diet. 


dictionary heading 



LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS 



Egy. Egypt 

.lee electricii 

imbryoL ambry ok 

Bog. England 



Fr.Gai. 


French Guiana 


Fr.I.C. 


French Indo -China 


Fr.W.AJ. 


French West Africa 


Ga. 


Georgia 








geography 


geol. 






Gennany 


Ger.E.Af. 


German East Africa 


Ger.S.W.AI 


German S.W. Africa 




Gloucestershire 


Go. Cut. 


Gold Coast 


govt. 


government 



her. 


heraldry 


Hereford. 


Herefordshire 


Herts. 


Hertfordshire 




Herzegovina ' 


Holl. 




Hond. 


Honduras 


hort. 


horticulture 




Hungary 




Huntingdonah 




Island 


la. 






Iceland 


Ida, 


Idaho 




IDinoia 


Ind. 


Indiana 


Ind.O. 




I. o(M. 






Ireland 


Is. 




ial. 


island 



Jap. 


Japan 


Jav. 






Kansas 






Ky. 




La. 


Louisiana 


Lab. 


Labrador 


Lac.Ia. 


Laccadive Islai 






Lanes. 


Lancashire 




Leicestershire 


Lib. 




Lib. Den. 


Libyan Desert 


Lines. 


Lincolnshire 


lit. 


literature 


Lond. 


London 


Lasem, 


Linxerabun; 


Lyo. 


Lycia, 



Maced. 


Macedonia 




Mackenzie 


Mad. 


Madagascar 


Mad.Is. 


Madeira Islands 


Mai. Arch. 


Malay Archipelago 


Mal.Pcnin. 


Malay Peninsula 


Man. 


Manitoba 



Max. 


Middlesex 




Maine 




mechanics 




medicine 


Medit. 


Moditcrranca 


Mesop. 


Mesopotamia 


metall. 


metallurgy 


mctcorol. 


meteorology 



Mississippi 

Missouri 

Monmouthshire 



N.C. 


North Carolina 


N.Dak. 


North Dakota 


N.E.A(. 


North -East Africa 


Neb. 


Nebraska 


Nev. 


Nevada 




Newfoundland 


N.G. 


New Guinea 


N.H. 


New Hampshire 


Nic 




Nig. 




N.J. 




N.Mos, 


New Mexico 


Norf. 


Norfolk 


Northants. 


Northamptonshire 


Northumh. 


Northumberland 




Nottinghamshire 


N.S. 


Nova Scotia 


N.S.W. 


Now South Wales 


Nub. 


Nubia 


N.Y. 


New York 


N.Z. 


New Zealand 


O. 


Ohio 




Oklahoma 


Ont. 


Ontario 




Oregon 


Or.Ft.5t. 


Orange Free State 




Oxfordshire 


Pa, 




Pac.O, 


Paoiflo Ocean 


palaeog. 


palaeography 




Panama 






path. 


pathology 


penin. 


peninsula 




Persia 


petroL 


petrology 


philol. 


philology 


philos. 


philosophy 


phot. 


photography 








physics 






P.Is. 






plateau 




Portugal 


Port.E.Af. 


Portuguese B. Africa 


Port. Gain. 


Portuguese Guinea, 


P.R. 


Porto Rico 




province 


Prus. 


Prussia 



typog. 
U.K. 



INDEX 

TO THE 

ENCYCLOPEDIA BRITANNICA 

ELEVENTH EDITION 



To make full use of this Index it Is essential to read the 
instructions given on Page I. 



ABBAS 



— (ftoddeM) 24-799a. 
Aliat Lloyd's) i-2n. 
A. A. (abbrev.) 1-3 9a. 
AA, riv. (derivation! 1-2: 
— , rir.. Ft. 12-383a ; oai 

tion24-33b. 
— , riv., H oil. (N.Brabant) 13- 
588 (C3); 13-588o. 

— (Drentsche Aa), riv., noil. 
12-6 13a. 

— (Ruiten Aa), riv., noil. 13 
S88(E2). 

— (WestepwoIdeAa),riT.,noll 
12-612d. 

— .riv^RuBB. (Cora-land) 23 

— , riv., Buss. (Livonia) 23-87 
(B4); trlb. ot Dvina. 16 
8160. 

-,riv.. Swlta. {trlb. o( Aar) 



-,riv., Swita. (Soh 

M95b. 
-, riv., Switsi. (Unt 

26-242 (F.3). 



181 d. 



D. B-34 (BU. 



Aaby, Den. B-34 

AadL Griendel d' 10-6 
v A»cli,Ger. 26-242 (ID. 
— , riv., Switz. 26-212 (Gl). 
Aachen, Ger. : tee Aix-Ia- 

Chapelle. 
Aadland, Nor. 19-804 (A3). 
Aadort.Swita. 26-243 (Fl>. 
inljord, Nor. 19-800 (El). 
AAGESEN, ANDREW l-2a, 
-%Evend8-39c. 
AaVhot.p 15-364d. _ 

A<* 1-1 Sib. 
■ iskre Fjord, Nor. 19-S04 (B3). 
M. Nor. 19-804 tC'2). 
JUL (plant) l-2b. 
MLBORO, Don. l-2b; 8-24 

(Bl): flw>10-401d. 
—.bar. Den. 8-24 (Cl). 

-, Don. 8-21 (B2); 6- 



iienlen (eeol.) 3-225d. 
AALESUND, Nor. l-2o ; 19- 

801 (Bl). 
Aalfot Brae, Nor. 19-801 (A3), 
talluis, Nor. 19-804 <B2). 

uuTmehemet i-aa. 

illnneer. HoU. 13-588 (B2). 
AilsS, Den. 8-24 (C2>. 
■iibt: tie Alost. 

B leu, Holl. 13-588 (D3). 
ni: MeBarotBe. 
bmlS, Hoc. 19-804 (C3). 



(C2); _21-262a. 



anstad. Nor. 12-ii 



B-242 (L>2) ; 
eonlrna) 19- 



irdals Fjord, Nor. 19-804 
<B2): 26-315C. 
irdenWg-.HoII. 13-58S(A3); 



AARD-WOLF l-3c. 



7S7d. 



biehoprio 8-29o; 11 



Aargau. 
AARHUS, 

<C2): bieu 
10-401 d. 
— , county. Den. 8-2 3b. 

Asrlen, BelB. : see Arlon. 

AARON (bilil.) l'-l'a ; i 
consecration i6-ai6a;r, 
hoodl6-512b; rod 1-7 

— h, Aahcrl3-171d:3-8 

— b. Joseph 13-172o. 

— (of Lincoln) 16-7I2aj 
711b. 

— (he younser 13-172e. 

— .1 i J '■ 

Aaron (Mormon 'priesthood) 

18-847(i; 18-8431i. 
"Aaron Manby" (ship) 24- 

809a. 
AarnnsbuTB, Pa. 21-10C 

(C1-H4). 
AARON'S ROD (did,) l-4c. 
Aarosund, Got. 8-34 (B3), 
Aars, Den. 8-24 (B2). 
AARSSENS, FRANCIS VAN 

i-4o; 13- "■"■'■ '- *""•■ 



Nor. 19-80-1 (CD. 
. 19-804 (D2); 



(B-Cl); 3-207 
—.Little, ial.,W.I 

3-207d. 
ABACUS (arch.) 1 

11-210O. 

— (calcraating inst 
f>d; 19-86Ie; 1- 

— (logic) 1-Ga. 
Abadan: spa Abba. 
Abadar, Sud. 9-139 
Abadavlne : see Sii 
ABADDON 1-01). 

SM, Vera. 1-1 

; climate 21 
,-IkIId, dist 



■5c;2-403b; 
(rument) 1- 



Abadsikh, ■ 

ABAE(Abai),*G 
(D2); 16-407 



il 2-41 d; 2-434b. 

•ibo 15-935i 

M. 16-407b. 

' " - Ob; 12-440 



924o ; 24-611b. 



1061a; 28-9140 : : 
—.dialect,, 27-473a. 
ABAKANSK, Sib. 1-fio ; 8S-1C 

(1C3). 
Abakan Stcppo, Sib. 28-914d : 



!!, Ala. 1-460 (Bl). 

7 (tfeAvallon. 

3NE l-Oo. 

le, pt., Cal. 5-8 (A-l 

>o, tribe 19-257rl. 

lamoek, lake. Mo. 
434 (D3). 
riv.. Pal, 1 



ABANA, 

Abanades, 

(Cl). 

AbanH.UKwa, tribe 23-262a. 
Abancav, Pom 21-204 (C4) : 

2-336(1. 
ABANCOURT, C. X. J. d' 1-6(1 
Abanda, Cainer. 5-1 10 (A3). 
ABANDONMENT l-6d; 14- 

67 8d. 
ABANO, PIETRO d' l-7a; 21- 



Abarfm, mfs., Pol. 20-602 (Do 
AB ARIS ( Scy th i an pr ieat) 1 - 7 1 
Abarshehr. Pors. : see Nioh^ 

Abary Creek, rly., BritGu 
12-675 (C2); 12-6770. 

Abaea, Go^st. 12-203 (T54). 
AbaSamnel 11 -838c; 13-274. 



: seeAba.eci. 
gwe, tribe 23-262a. 
, Jap. 15-156 (04) 



.-lasolo, Mox. 18-318 (F2). 



ABATEMENT 1-7. 



Abathur (Mandae 



ABATIS l-7d; 10-7 



3-4 (G2). 
ABAUZIT, FIHMIN 1-Ra. 
Aba.vile (bot.) ll-250d. 



ABAYE (Babylonian amoral 

1-Sb; 22-76SC. 
Abarlth.riT., Syr. 26-305 (D4). 
A baza Baslia (battlo) 15- 89 3c. 
Aba Zanzi (people) 28-10S0d. 
Aba Zelira (hermit) 10-137b. 
Abba, isl., Sud. 26-9 (C'3) ; 

19-093 <C5>; 19-605b. 
Abba (Poreian costume) 21- 

193b. 



Abb ad El Motaddid : 

Motaddid. 
Abbadia, Fr. 19-957a. 
— , It. 26-242 (OS). 
— doa Dourados, Braz. A 

(G5); 18-503b. 
ABBADIDES (dynasty) 1- 
ABBADIE, A. M. d' l-9a. 
— ,A.T.d f l-aai l-5a, 
— , JAKOB l-9b. 



ABBAHU (Palesttolac ai 

l-9c. 
Abba Jared, i 



built 2-7 33o ; defeat by 
Mehemat fcban 4-1 
improyeme?)ts at Isf; 
14-868b, 14-869d, 15-6 
Kamuli's poem 21-2 
Meshed anrino 18-1 
potior 5-727b; presi 
tion to Taar Boris 26-8! 
-II. (Hhah of Persia) 
232b ; palace, Isfahan 



ABBAS-ABRA 



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&BBASIDS l-10b ; 



— MIRZA l-10d ; tomb 
17«b; Russian war (1! 
2i-238d; Turkish war 
239c. 

— populi 1-2 5b. 
ABBAS-TUMAN,Russ.l-l 



Abbedun, .Berks. : . 
AbbiHies, Holl. 12-7: 



ABBEVILLE, Fr. 



i. 17-54 (B4) : 17-560. 
iss. 18-600 (CI). 
(I. 25-500 (E2t. 
S.C. 25-5 



ABBET.E.A.l-I 



tent. 16-94: 
:. 1E-4 (B2). 



ABB ON OF FLEURY 1 



— , GEORGE ( 
— , GEORGE (a 



-, ROBERT 1-i 
-, Samuel 5-06i 
-, WILLIAM 1. 



I8d; 25- 
(1 (map) 



— , Edward 1-20 
— , EDWIN A. 1 
— , EMMA i-26t 

—', JACOB 1-261 



iOa. 



13-117: 

— , Hon. J. C. C, 5-lG3a. 

— , JOHN STEVENS CABOT 

l-26e. 
— , Josiah O 
— LYMAN 

— , Fl ' " 



, i. 14-732 

-, Miss. 19-6 



ABBOTTABAD, J 



1 1-2 



ABBREVIATION 1-2 
seriptions il-031b j 
script; 17-BSSa. 

ABBRE VIATORS l-3i 



ABDALLAT1F ( 



ilib 17 -109a ; 17' 



ABD-AR-RAHMAN I.-\ 



rvish) 8-7. 
:) 13 -400a. 



Abden Aled : 



■e Ephtl 



ibtes 



ABDERA, Sp. l-33a; 2 
(B3) ; for modern 
sec Adra. 

ABDERA, Thrace l-33a; 
19-aSOc; In Second I 
League 7-9G0d ; Phili 
21-37 7a. 



ABBOTS FO 


RD, 




csidence. 


Ahderrahman: sec Abd-ur 




5d; 


24-: 


12 (F4); 


Rahman. 


24-4731). 


6a 






Abd-ea-Selam, Sidi 2G-1034d. 
Abd-Hiha5-141d. 




l.)16-829b. 


Abdh-isho bar Bcrikha 19 


Abbofc.h all 


"u : 


r. 


30b. 


ABDICATION l-33a. 


Abbotsinch 




'-■ 




Abdiek and Bulstone, diet. 








. 9-430 


Som.25-390b. 


(VI. E2| 
Abbots _ La 




■ H 




(A4 and 112)! 




13- 


Abd-milkatji (king of Sidoii 


Alibotsville 






862c. 


21-45 2a. 


Abbott, Ai 


ti'n 


-26c 




ABDOMEN 1-330,; l-941a; ab 



-(Dolafid king) 21-2 



ABD-UL-AZIZ (Turkish i 





ist., Mor. 18-831 (C2) ; 


Abd ul Hakk la-ssflh. 




Id; 18-8J2d. 


Abd ul Halim 18- S 6 Ob. 




at Tabih 1B-G44d. 


— ul Halim Sharar: ae 


bdal- 


see Abdul. 






iz, Tilts. Sp. 25-530 


ABD-UL-HAMID I. l-i!5d; 27 


(C4) 


17-460a. 


453d ; naval policy 27-429a 



317d;24-8; 

13-S1M; t.ratlojs-l)4! 
AbdHr Rahman (Afchar 



ii II. (of Mo- 



Abeehucn, Sp. 28-149 
oc'kett^ Arthur Vi 



d b. Kahtaba 5- 



-b. Ibad 17-41GC 



the khalifa) 15- 



Abdulmalik (c 



n Mandaean 

ABElT"" SIR* "FREDERICK 

Augustus 1.39a ; 21-saSo. 
— , Karlvon3-54,9d: 20-372b. 
— , KARL FRIEDRICH i-39c, 
— , NIELS HENRIK l-39c ; 

9-7H)s; ll-323i); 24-670b. 
— ,0.5-774a; 5-775a. 
— , Bobert 7-4421. ; 7-446c. 
— , THOMAS l-40a. 
Abel, Ala. 1-460 (D2). 

-, Pal.7-791b. 

-, isl., Arot. 21-938 (B2). 
ABELARD, PETER l-40a; 24- 

351a; -" ' "" 

Bcrnar 

351d; 

860d; arnica a-szic; hi 

logical standpoint 6-341c 
AbeF- beth - maacah, Pal. 

White Poplar. 

,. ...j 8-499c; 8-T'Jlo 

Abelcus (pseud.): sec Abeli 

. . i , ... 
Abel heat test 7-139c. 
Abelia21-7K0c; 13-I73Q. 
Abelian field 19-85Gd. 
2-fi2!a. 
ll;324a. 

ITtid!' 



I ABELIN, JOHANN PHILIPP 



g, Theodor 19-6390. 

Abelitao, tribe l-39a. 

Aboil, Thomas: see Abel, 



Abe Hi 

AbelU , 

Abel-moholJ 



i, It. : 



., Pal. 



TfSlliW 



;uleutU8 ; see 

— moschatus: see Musk oto a. 
Ahel-Peiisky teatet 21-322d. 
Abel's fuse 7-110a. 
Abel-Shittim (Bible geog.) 15- 

517d. 
Aheluhgu 15-6 2 8a. 
ABENCEHRAGES l-42a ; 12- 

336a. 



lohirafd (Japanese s 



"ElMakhluwi" 
-S60a. 

9b. 

m (Hindoeti 



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instructions given on Page 1. 



ABBAS-ABRA 



ABERCARN, 1 



ABERDEENSHIF 



ABERDOUR, : 
ABERDOVEY, 



ABERFOYLE, 



ABIMELECH ( 
ABIMELECH ( 



ABHIDHAMMA 



:RCORN, JAMES HAMIL 
d, 2nd duke of l-ilio; 23 

[AMES HAMILTON, 1b 



ABHOR HERS 1 



ABOMEY. r Dut 
IOM1 NATION (t 



ABERCROMBIE, JOHN !■ 



ABERCROMBY, DAVID 
— , PATRICK i-43<3. 



ABIATHAH l-62o. 
ABICH, O. W. H. \ 



BERIGH - MACKA 



A BERDAHE, HENRY A U! 
ABERDARE, Wales 1- 



ABERDEEN, GEORGE GOR- 
— , GEORGE HAMILTON 



ABJURATION, 1 



ABERDEEN, 



ABERSYCHAN, 1 



:, Can. 5-JGO (K3); S- 



3, Kan. 15-854 <E2). 



graphy 21.489a, 21- 



ABRA-ACCI 



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instructions given on Page 1. 



8-286b. 



— (Nestorian)26-865c. 

— (bp. of Nisiliis) S - 
Abraham, Utah 27- 



■814 (B3). 
1 < 1 ' 1 ': ., 



Abraham, awl I.Wat 9-fili.d. 
stbrakaai. Apocalypse oj 2- 

17Zd. 
ibraliam. Era of 4-1003d. 
ABRAHAMITES l-72b. 
ABRAHAM -MEN 1-721). 

3-36a. 
Abraham, Plains of, Can. : 
baftlc (1753] 22-727c, 22- 

Abraham's Bosom: see Lin* 

V 1G-1371). 



AD rah a 

8-T 
Abr<:. 



1. F. 8-39d ; 

i, Testament of Z~Vt a; 

Kada, rat.. Arab. 2- 
12) ; 2-258b. 
5-701C 

sec Abraham (uibL). 
raruu) 3-104a ; 1-Tlc. 

Lance. 16-133 <C2) ; 

of. Pal. 3-865 b. 



ABRAXAS l-72c; 3-479a; 11- 
568b. 

^6S"rfV™^iiri9ue t '(Honau]t) 
13-2li5c x 

Ah™! AntoSo" d' a 3-310d 
4-2Gla; 17-302d; 17-469! 
— , Santiago 19-525e. 
— do Gulindo, Juan 12-79i 



Go. Cflt. 
t. 24-412 



12- 'J 



Abridge, Ess. 16-942 (E2). 
Abriis,Fr.lO-778(II5). 
— , pass, Fr. l-742a. 



_(I6). 
Abron(Abrowi 



Weather -plant. 

Abruzzen, mts., Ger. 

Abruzzi, LulRi, dul 

24-257b; 24-256d. — , 

tions 11 -38a, 15-6 19 b, 
18-938d, 21-9520. 

ABRUZZI E MOD 
prov.. It. l-72d ; 15-4 ( 
E4); 25-SSd; industries 
migration "-<"•->- 



B 15-1 lb; 



i 15- 



zo Ultorioi 

see Aqnila ■ 
L. 20-508c 
iit)e2-88d; 

[Lkhwah h 

ABSALOM 1-73 
7-858a ; tomb 

Absalom and Ac! 
<len)8-0Ut>; • 

ABSALON(ai-elit 

statue 7-97b. 
hsaraka, N.D 

<G3). 

bsaroka, forest, 

753d; 28-912a. 



ik. 19-780d 



r).28-912a. 

t. 14-276 (E3). 



ABSCESS 1-7 

cerebral 8-794d; dental I 



AbscMe'd von Inn 
(talk -song) 25-404o. 



. bay, N.J. 19-502 (C-D5). 
.inlet, N.J. 19-502 (])."i). 
.lighthouse N.J. 2-855a. 



2-H55&. 
ABSENCE (diet.) ■ 
:Eisr - 



ABSENTEEISM 1- 



— eta. 

dee. The (Edge worth) 

Absher, 111. 14-301 (D6). 



Absii 



a, Rhod. 25-1 



i (Ml). 



ABSINTHE l-75a; 9-109b ; 

toxic action ll-SB9a. 
Absiiitliians, tribe 18-179d. 
Abaolon, K. 2-2341). 
ABSOLUTE (logic) l-75b. 

— (math.)ll-734d. 

— (philos.) l-75d; 6-S51b: 
Adamson l-182d ; Boehm< 
10-25c ; Bradley 18-246c : 
Cousin 7-334a ; Des.virles 8- 
85c; ego and non-ego 9-19d; 

I... _■ i. i 



206d, : 



. 14-2; 



, 16-916e: 
c, 14-281d 



22-247d; Schel ling 24-3 
18-231c; theosophy djf 
guished 26-7S3b. 
- refract ire power 8-C9d. 
-term (algebra) 9- 7 09e. 



Absolute TJnlaii 



ABSOLUTISM (o 



Absorption (of f< 



ABSORPTION OF LIGHT 1- 
76c, 16-615d; by fluorcs- 
eentbodies,10-5!7a; photo 



ABSTINENCE (diet.) 1-7 7e. 

— (economics) 5-27Ha; ■ 
951o ; 24-B45c. 

ABSTRACTION (diet.) l-77e. 

— (philos.) l-77d; Doscarl, 
5-4I4b;emi>IrieiST.iie-90S, 
Uauiaun 12-869c ; Heg 
13-201a ; Spinoza 5-422b. 

Abstract numbers 2-521b. 
ABSTRACT OF TITLE 1-7 8i 

7- 49c. 
Absna, people: see A 

ABT, FRANZ i-78a. 



riv., Arab. 2-26; 
itlon, India 14-376 



7Se ; temples l-78a, 14- 

29 (l'l. II., fig. 12). 
... ii Aadel, Sud. 9-130b. 
Abu Abdullah (Bougie Sultan! 



i, al. 



Mali 



led 



21-248d. 

ralrman ul ujiaui 
: see Ehalil b. J 

;ied, Slid. : sec A 

iied Howaftak: 



- AMI Labid b. : 

-Ali al- Hasan it 
sue Alliawii. 

- Ali al-llasen ibr 
Abu Kuwas. 

-Ali Hasan: sei 



Abu- 



]. al-Ala 18-64-ia. 
12-232a. 



^:seeIbnTufail. 



5-40b. 

■xeee-l 

Abu Baihas nl Haithai 

Abubakar 15-47 6b. 
Abu Bakr (Mansur, Sai 

9-92b; 9-101b. 
— Kakr (Almoravide 



al-din; 
chief) 
nir) 18- 85 6b ; 18- 



-Bakr Mahon 



l-917d. 



iih.immad b. Yahya : 



l-78b;2-265d, 2- 



the faithful l-85Sb: com- 
panion of Mahomet 17-402 l>; 
imamship 24-857dt legend- 

Abubekr (Add) 13-'l6d. 

— (Kashgar) 15-685e. 

Ahu Bekr Al Eaji : sec Ithazcs. 

— Bekr ul Bakilani 17-422b. 
Abn-Berdi9-73Sa. 






— Daud (nTitor) 17-421. 
Abu Dhabi, Arab. 2-204 
Abu Dhu'uib 18-641d. 
Abu Dibis, Turk. As. 

(E3) <jas[ 

— Bolaf(fan 



Hid; 



Abu i 



-Aswad, 



Sud. 9-125o; 
it., Syr. 2 



i sheikh) 9. 



-- HabI, rlT., Sud. 1 

15-9071). 
Abubata? 2S-32c. 
Abu Haaeag. Egy. : 



ABU HANIFA AN-NU'MAN 



3 (Berber chief) 27- 
!Z, Sud. IS -620a. 



193d. 



ab scholar) 
s I. (of Mo- 
lessiah) 18- 



,k Ibra 



— Ishak 
Mo'tasim. 

— Iihau Ibrahim 
24-111 a. 

— Ishrnail al-Basra 
Abnja, Nig. 19 -( 

19-2501). 

— Ja'faral-Hazinl 
AIiu Ja'far Alun 



Abu Hoealn Mahommed : see 
~ iJnbair. 

osain ul Khayyat 17- 



— Xaslm Mahmi 
mud of Ghazni 



Mahtm 

lakheh: 



- Ja'far 



l-.\lar: 



Maliommed : 

— Kasim Mansur : see 

dousl. 
Abulkhair (15th cent.) 

157b. 

t.) 15-828d. 



— Kamil (theologian) 17-423c 
Almldp, Efrj-. : see Ahoukir. 
ABU KLEA, Sud. l-79a; 26-9 
(C2); battle (1884) 9-124bj 



Jap. 15-156 (MS) ; 



Abd al 
Abu '1 : 



t Zab l-10c ; - 
i5-40b. 
met) 21-2 18d. 



18-193d ;" 13-1 



7-4()5d; 15-903b. 



ran Abd al-Majid : 



— Narsi Parsar 3-262b. 
LBU-L-QASr- ' ""■ 

12 7a,' 18-4. 
AbuL Oasim Umar : see Ibn 
Farid. 

— Rakamak 9-105C. 

— Sarava 5-48b. 
Abulug, liT„ P.ls, 21-392 



(01). 



Abu '. 
12-8 



wafa (of namadan 



Arab lbn Minsha 17- 



h ar-Eundi 17- 
e Abu-'l-Qauk 



Walld Abdullah: 



— Walid Muhammi 
Abulwefa 2-810d ; 



18-8 



y 27-271d. 
"ie27-47«a. 



(poet) l-7£ 

& ■■ see Nadim. 

:o['Multan): 

irabio writer) 24- 

230b. 
. _70d. 
Saif-uddin la- 

Shahras- 



iil2-870d. 



Ahuhver— .. 

Abu-Maaschar : see Aion- 

— Mahoinmcd Abdulmalik : 
seelbnHlshani. 

— Mahommed as-Sonani 5- 

— Mansur (Persian gover- 
nor) 10-S97C. 

— Mansur Abdul Malik: see 
Tha' alibi. 

— Mansur Muwaffai: see Mu- 
waffak. 

— Mansur ul Ijli 17-423d. 



- Maria 
Abu men 



■ish)9-127e. 



(Phy 



e Albui 



,lan) : 



Ahmad 9-95c. 
l-7Hd; 14-40al 
m 4-797. 
rza 3-9 5 a. 

1-S0a; 9-101b; 



med: 



jKHUdfl 

see Ibn A 



Mah 



ilasan Slrahid 21-3183. 
19d ; 17-040'a ; nitmnxm 
[fassan AU al Ke^a : 
i '1-ilin, nit, Si'r. 16-S47b. 



n eddin Nasir : 

(governor) 5-27 

Abu Musa, isl., Pera. 21-1 

: Makhn 
v., Bol. 

— "(title) i-95d. 

Abu Naal Muull el-Muhan 

9-127b. 
Abuna Josef, rot., Aby. 1-83 

(ii>ap) ; 1-S4b. 
Abu is'asr (genera.l) 5-41c. 

— Nasr MahO(m 

— NasrSi 

i 17-4l"6< 



jr Saad 12-336a. 



ABUNDANTIA (r 



- XUWAS l-80o ; ! 



Iapahanl 2-27 5a. 



272b. 



I Hosa: 



Muizzaddaula. 






— Qais 2-266a. 

Abu Qobais : eee Abu Kobaia, 

Abu Quits 18-185d. 



to _*. ^ssasas&sftenr** 



Abu fcoash, Egy. 9-22 (B2) ; 

9-81e. 
Abu-Kof, tribe 34-6470. 
Abus Aestuarium, bay, Brit. 4- 

584 (D41. 
Abu Sa'd (vizier) 9-96d. 

— Said III. 18-BOOb. 

— Said (Arab writer) 24.111a. 

21-227a; 9-lOla. 



— Sa'id al-Jannabi 2-267b ; 
5-50d. 

— Paid b. Abul Khair26-32b ; 
21 -2 50c. 

Abu Salama (general) 5-40b ; 

— Salem: see Ibrahim ITT. 

— Salih (historian) 8-415*. 
- Salifc (poet) 2l-245d. 



coins 19-887a; inscription* 

14- G 19c 
Abyek, Pers. 21-197K 
Abyla (zool.) 14-HOa. 
Abyn, Swed. 19-800 (E2>. 
ABYSS 1-8 2c 
Abyssal deposits 19 -97 5a. 

— reeion 16-89b ; 28-1014O. 

— cock : see Plutonic- Bock. 
Abyseapohs, Arab. 3-7 46b. 
Abyssaacidis 27-388d. 
ABYSSINIA i-82d ; 1-85 

(map) ; art 1-S9b, 21-795d, 
io-s-Hb j caste divisions 
5-4G8ds church, see Abya- 

86d, f-94o; coffee 6-647d, 



mont l-87d ; languages 
l-8Sb, 12-S94b, 2-284b j 
missions iB-593a ;■ obelisks 
19-94Ba; Sabaean insurip- 
tiona 14-0200 [ 
— Jifiaton/ 1-S9b ! i-3Slafolt.; 
British relations 1-9 Od fall., 
18-1280, 9-574a, 18-13o; 
Christianity l-89o, 2-2640 j 
n — s „ t __. n.iaec, 9-i2j a; 
'dltions 9-37o, 
. . 0d; Falasha 
mission lB-409b ; French 
treaty (1897) 18-128o: 

4-606a, 2S-3S3aT Italian in- 



BEL, temples, I 
.- OUU ; 8-40 (B3)j archi- 
tecture 2-373c; Groek in- 

Abn Sin, tribe 24.10230. 
Abusina, (Jer. 7-819d. 
Abusir. Egy. 4-954 (B4) : 



— Taehfin l-054a. 
-Tahir 2-26!b; 5-Slb. 

— Tahir at-Tayyib: 
Khusrawani. 

— Tablf Ismail : ae e Mansu 

— Talib Mahommed : 
Faridud-diu Attar. 

— Tamin Ma'adl (9fl2); 

— Tamin Ma'add (1035): 



Sabaean influence 23-956a ; 
Somali wars 1- 9 i d, 25-38 Id. 
For ancient history see Ethi- 
opia. 
— .Bank of: see Bank of 

Abyssinian cat 5.488c 

ABYSSINIAN CHURCH l-85d; 
foundation ll-270a ; liturgy 
16-79<5c; Synasarinm 26- 
2S2b; Uniat 23-4S8d. 

A.C. (abbrev.) 1-291. 

ao. (abbrev.) l-20d, 

a.'o (abbrev.) l-29d. 
: ACACIA l-98b ; Australia 2- 
"■" ; catechu 5-507b ; koo- 
"' "TO 20-5 3 3b j pollen- 



10- 






26-10d; Transyaa[27.188d: 
U.S. 27-634o. 
— ndansonia 24-6400. 
' a(bofc). 



Abut, bead, N.Z. 19-624 (CS). 
Abutig, Egy. 9-40 (B2). 
ABUTILONl-81b; 17-517d. 
— Avicennao 15-604 a, 
AbnTiur,nit„ Egy. 9-40 (B2); 

9-2 lc. 
ABUTMENT 1-Slb j of arches - 

4-526b; of bridges 4-5 " ' 



'.e. Camel-thorn. 



iliylla l-96d ; 23- 



5-30d. 



aida 3' 



l-895b: - 



— UBAIDA (d. 825) 1-S 
18-63 3d. 

— 'Ubaid Abdullah! 
BatrL 

— UthmanAmr. : see Jahiz. 

— Yaafar 3-62d. 

1035a. 

— Yakub ! Bee Yusuf II. 
sl-ilostansir : 



it III. 



sof 26-1034d. 



nilotk __ 

obscura 16-382& „,.,. 

— pyonantha: see Golden 

— Senegal l-9Gc. 

— sphacrocephala ! see Bull- 

Aeaciua of Caesarea 7-T05d; 
18-93 b; 9-9S5d. 



.ernia, Caesaraea Loopold- 
> l-104c 

bellaa artes da San 
_ __.iando, Madrid l-105c. 
Afwdemiae Caniabrlgiensis 

"Hostra" 7-6120. 
ioademia Katm-ae C 
aorum, Madrid l-99d; 
102 2d, 
— Poetiea do Madrid 28-1 



Abu Zeid. Sud. 19-693 (C5) i 

26-9 (C3); 19-695b. 
Ahy.Swed. 26-190 (112). 
Abyad, nit., Turk-As. i 



Naples l-99a; 28-10aa. 
Aeademtca (Cicero) 6.356d. 
"Aeademio Festival" (Brabma) 

4-390b. ' 



Aoadflmie AIx-Marseille 27- 



Natlonala des , 



- do medecine, Paria 1-104O. 

- da pofisio et de musique, Fr.: 
see Opera, theatre national 
del'. 

- des Beans Arts, Berne 

- de3 Goncourt 12-231b. 

- dea inscriptions ot belles 
lcttres, Fr. 1.103b; 2-S41a: 
publications 10-90GB, 10- 
905a. 

- des joni floraux l-9Jb ; 22- 



iala do musiquo, Fr, 

,...* d 
. Jlpture, 
«-658d. 

ACADEMIES l-97a; Antwerp 
academy 26-617aj archae- 
oloHy and history l-103b ; 
belies lettras l-lOOo; Duteh 
S-724a : educational 8-950b; 
fine arts l-104d i Flemieb 
10-495 !j ; German, 1 7 tH cent. 
ll-7S9bi Greece, modern 
7-140a; Italian, 15tn cent. 
14-905a: medioiue anil 
surgery i-104o ; Portuguese 
22-160a; Boman, 15tb cent. 
16-63d, 2O-706d; Bciantido 



ademy, W.Va. 28-580 (C3). 



— v^urnerrf, i-a. £L>iuo \±l£1 
Academy (ionrnal) 19-5B3a. 
-0ADEMY, GREEK l-105d; 

21-810a; education 24- 
359d; ethics 9>819a; garden! 
2-8S3d; Olyrapiodorus 20- 
B7oi Philo 21-ll3bi Bcepl* 
...... ^«^.. gpeugjppua 

"343 (Gl). ' 
Academy of Ancient Musie, 
London 1-1 OS a ; 21-lSOb. 

— of Arts, Berlin 22-52SO. 



nomas. 

— ot Hnmonrlsts I see 
UnmonriBta, Academy of. 

— of Music, Boston. U.S. 
17-840d. 

— of Natural Sciences, Phila- 
delphia l-100h j 21 -369c i 
2S-310d ; anthropology 1- 
817d; museum 19-670. 

Paclilo Coast Hiatory 



Academy 
(mosaic) 23 



- of St Lnko, Home 19-1 „„„. 

- Of Sciences, Berlin 22-523o. 

- of Sciences, National (U.S.) 

- of the Catholio Religion 
12-5 73d. 

- of Toulouse 22-500b 
500d. 

-, Royal I see EoyaJ Aca- 

Loadi»TLB,17^5*(BS). 



(B-C2): 19-8311). 
ACADIAN GROUP 1-lOBttJ 

11-67 Od; 5-87d. 
— region, Can, 6-144d. 
Aoadio, prov v Can. i see 



Aeaena 13-763aj 21-T8 
28.484c. 

caia, F. d''IO-731o. 
caja, L. di27-418b. 

c'aj litis,: C.Am. 5. 
(A-E4); 24-97a. 



ABRA-ACCI 

modern nomos 12 ■ 184 

(B-C2). 
Acarnanian leagae 10-234b. 
Aoarocecidia : eee Mite-galL 
ACARUS 1-lllb. 



-Milam an D<% Shuad : 
Colloquy ot the Tito JSag 

AcalyphalO-5G7b. 

' — laplohtli (Mexican king) 



ibaro, Mes. 12-649 d. 
ipo. CaL 5-8(C2), 
npsis, riv., Turk.As.1 
urult su. 
ia7-597ft. 



ciike 22-80 3a. 
tberpestcs 18 -4 7 2d. 
thias 14-25Ga: 14-259d - 
;.); 24-594d;24-5-" 



Aeanthobdella *5-79Sa; 

""" L " n 'ivo organs - 



ACASTUS 1-lllb i 21-66a. 
ACATALEPSYl-lllcil-loec; 
i. 

go, mt., Guat. 6-678 

13-06 lb. 

tus " (hymn) 13- 

Acatlaii, Mei:. 18-318 (F4). 
ACAULESCENT l-lllo; 2S- 



Accademla della Q 



:Slf'S 



-dl BeHo Arti, Milan: 



: see AcadSmie 



cacthocaris 5-311d. 
^ANTHOC^- 

38-1 033c. 

anthocerai 

.canthooy: 
13 -2 33c ! 



Acantbodidae 14-'J4 



Acanthodrilidae 2B-1010b. 
Acanthodrilus 5-79flb foil. 
AnBnt.li<i]abruspaJloni28-83f-- 
13-768ai 18- 

22-804a[ I 

S05o{lig.); B2-805d. 

Acantbometridoa : see Aci 
tharla. 

Acanthomys : sea Aeomya. 

Acanthooscato spioula : 

724a. 
Acanthophia : see Death 

AcantliopholiB 7-4 18b. 
Acanthophorua 14-267d. 
Acanthopleura 6-248b (fig.) J 

S-250C. 
Aoanthopterygil26-346a) 14- 

247d; 26-545b: eee ~~— 

Pharyngognatiii. 



demia della Crusca, 

— Platonica 1-9 7 c. 

— Pontaniana 1-0 7b. 
Accadian : eee Sumer and 

Sumerian. 

ACCA LARENT1A 1-1 lie. 

Acceleration (biol.) 20-5830. 

ACCELERATION (mach.) 1- 
lllo: 17-97*hi diagraml7^ 
1009b, 8-1470! bodograpb, 
13-558b; units 27-T360. 

ACCENT l-lllo J Baechyll'dm 
MSS. 3-124aj Indo-Eiu-o* 

E3anl6-245a( Irish5>622o; 
atin 16-2460; metre 27- 
1045a, 23-2770; Teutonic 
26-67 4b. 
— , fallacy of 10 -153d. 
Accentor 1 alpinus (oollarisi 
25-609b; 6-517d. 

— modularis l see Hedge- 
sparrow. 

— rubldns 2B.60Sb. 
ACCEPTANCE 1-1 13b : 3.941a. 
ACCEPTlLATIONl-113o; 23- 

558b. 
Acceptor (ohem.) 20-423d. 

— (law) 3.941a. 

ACCESS (law)l-113o; 18-3783. 
ACCESSION (law) 1.113c I 1- 
710a i 25-617b. 

— oath : see tinder Oath. 



ACANTHUS (bot.) 



Aoaponeta, Mos. 18-318 (D31. 
ACAPULCO, Mex. 1-llOd: 

18-318 (ES-F4) ; 18-324B. 
Acara, Braz. 4-440 (G2). 
Acarahisi, mts, Yenez. 27-9 

(C2). 
Acarahii, Braz. 4-440 (12) j 

692b. 
— , riv., Brae. 4-440 (12). 
Acarai. mts„ Brit.Gui. 12-675 

(C3); 12-677a. 
Aearay,riT.,Parag.2-46a(B2). 

Acaridea : sec M 
Acs.riTia2S-13b. 

a (myth.) 5-570. 

' aH IA,d!st.,ancU] 

2-440 (B-C2); 

.... , 10-4760! cok.,. 

9-822oj dialect 8-4276: 



— ^ Nicholas 4-I05ai 19-1 81b, 

Acciatura, 2-22 5 b. 

ACCIDENCE 1-1 14a. 

Accident, Md, 17-828 (Al). 

ACCIDENT (diet.) 1-llta. 

— (law) 1-1 14a j factories 18- 
]5a: insurance 11 -82 lb, 14- 
658d; mines 6-592c, 18. 
640b i railway 22-827b, 22* 



— (logic): 
10-153O. 



fallacy of l-114b t 



ACARNANIA, d!st. anc Gr. 1- 

10-4760 : coinage 
" ■ ' " 4276; 



ACCIDENTALISM 

Aocio, mt~, It. 21-2aio. 
Acciplter 13-9 5 b, 

— biittikoteri 16-540b. 

— cooperi: see Cooper's hawt 

— fusous : tee Sharp-skinned 

— cisus l see Sparrow-hawk. 

dlstjibn- 

, .'iirbringer** 

olassJflcatlon20-325dj mo* 
onlar system 3-965d, 3-966i» 
plumage 10-2 2 6d. 



ACCI-ADAIR 



Accipitrum, It; 

ISUCth'™ 

■, LUCIUS ( 

l-U4c; 8-4 

ACCLAMATION (il 






ACCIUS (I 



.) i-114c. 

ic; 16-252b. 

(dlct.)l-U4. 

ACCLIMATIZATION l-114d. 
Acco, Pal. : see. Acre. 
ACCOLADE l-121b; 15-S54< 

1S-856G. 
Acoolti, Benedetto (cardinal) 

l-121c. 
— , BENEDETTO (jurist) 1- 



:o 1-121 
— , Leonardo 1-1211 
— , PIETRO 1-12IC 



idtown). 

.s'(G3). 

(otiular) 10- 
: 28-1S4C. 



ACCOMPLICE 1.122a. 

ACCORAMBONI, VITTORIA 

l-122b. 
Accord, X.V. 19-596 (A4). 



Accorso, Fr-aneiscus : see Ac- 

—, MARIA NGELO l-122d I 

14-(130b. 
Accotink, Va. Z8-11S (K2). 
ACCOUNT (diet.) l-123a. 
ACCOUNTANT-GENERAL 1- 

ACCOUNTANTs'l-mh : se< 



i-124d: 10-43d. 
— in Edinburgh, £ 
l-124c. 



ACCRETION (diet 



Acet. (abbrey.) l-29d. 
Accurn. F. C. i-21Bd; 8.596a 

11-183C. 
Aceumbent ll-2B0b ; 16-328. 

(flg.). 
ACCUMULATION l-125o ; in 

ACCUMULATOR ' i-l26a 
9-189a ; dredging 8-5710 
hydraulic 22-227e, 14-95a 
14-95c; talosraBh26-5l3a 
traction 27-123c. 



ACCUSATION 1-1 3*0 ; 
ACCUSATIVE1-1.14 






Aualguate. 
Aeelum, it. 15-26 <C2) : 

Asolo. 
Aeenaphthaleno l-131d. 
ACENAPHTHENE l-134d. 
Acoptiala : see Lamelli' 

ACEPHALIl-135a. 

.-• !->■„- |.- - 

Acequia, riy., Tel. 24-12Bc. 

Accquma, Aria. 2-544JC3). 

China 21-7 S.1«, 
. — camnestre : see Maple* 

— gina!a25-l:!d. 

— insigne 21-I97b. 

— Jobelli 27-421a, 

leaved maple. 

— platauoides : see Norwa) 



To make tall use of this Index it is essential to read the 
Instructions given on Page 1. 



— rubrum : see Scarlet maple. 

— saceharinuni : see Sugar- 
maplo. 

— semenovii 27-421b. 

— ayriacum 16-347C. 

Acera 11-5170 (fig.); ll-521d. 
Aceras20-I72b. 

— anthropophora : see Man- 

A cerates 20- 55 la. 



593a 

Accrdese: see Mann 

ACERENZA, It. 1-1 

(E-F4); (Aceruni 

(E4): bishopric li 

(fish). 
— vulgaris ^seePoi 

ACEROSEl-135( 



15-26 



see Klonowiez, S. F. 
'count of 18- 
It. l-136b; 1B-4 



Aeetal 1-53 2c. 



ia8-127d; 25-110d. 



Acctiibularil 6- 9 13d. 
Acetabulifera : see Dibranchi 

ACETABULUM l-135b 25 

■485d. 

-532b ; ioni 
vBi..«n.i ±i-c84d; polyinei 
iam 14-884d. 
— plienylhydrazone 3-820. 
Acctaldoximo 20-419b. 
Acetamfde 1-147 d. 
Acctamidine l-855b. 

;thylpyrtmidin 



Acelanilide: see Antf-febrin. 
Acotateg l-135d; 6-863d. 
ACETIC ACID l-13Sb ; 6-66C ; 



ecopio work 18-407b. 

— Scries 20-44a ; 20-51b. 
ACETO- ACETIC ESTER 1- 

135d. 
Acetobntyric aoid 6-55o. 

— ester 6- 5 4c. 
AdetOKlut&ric ester 12-141d. 

ACETONE 1-I30b; "boiling 
point 2S-941e; in cordite 
5-1391) ; medicine 18-197a. 

— dicarboiylic acid 6-39Sa. 

— dlearbojtylio ester 6-54c. 

— diethyl aulphono : sec Sul- 
phonal. _ 



8-747b. 
jstcr 16-8: 

Acetyl. 



— an r.l i ran Hie aeid 22-759b. 

— arabin 12-7 15 c. 

ACETYLENE l-137a; calor- 
ific yaluo ll-275d; carbon 
atom, valency of 27-848b ; 
condensation 5-5 (12a, 6- 5 4a; 
decomposition 10-474b; en- 
dothermic oncrgy 10-8 1 d ; 
explosion 26-807d ; light- 
houses 16-04 lb. 

— compounds B-54a. 

— mono-earboxylic aeid : sec 



Acetylpropionyl I 
Aee-tylsalicylic at 
Acetylurea 27-79 
Acetysftl 24- 70a. 



— , riv., Air. 18-693 (07). 

Achaea, Demefer 7-98IC. 

ACHAEA, dist., Gr. l-140d; 
12-440 (C-D2); 25-612a; 
20-931a; coins 19-8 S So ; 
Koman proyinee l-141a, 
23-618 (E3) ; 12-463a. 

ACHAEAN LEAGUE l-141a ; 
10-234b; 12-454a; Deme- 
trius II. 7-9S2dr Helice 1- 
140d; Soman wars23-B31d, 
__ „...., 10 -476 C - Sparta 



25- 6 13a, 8-4A4a 

ACHAEANS l-141d ; 2-583o : 
19-748a; dialect 1S-496C, 
12-4980 ; in Egvpt 7-425b, 
8-85c;Homerlfiaeel2-442c; 
Trojan legend 27-315b. 

Achaea Phthlotis. diet., Or., 
12-440 (Dl): l-140d. 

ACHAEMENES 1-1 42b i 14- 

— (son o( Darius I.) l-142e ; 
9-88a. 

AciiaeiTienidae l-142b ; 21- 
206d; architecture 2-376b, 
14-428c ; inscriptions 21- 
247c. See also Cyrus, Darius. 



lish, mt.. Soot, 24-418 

', Gr. : see Achaea. 
i, nits., Gr. 12-440 (D2). 
,us(bibl.)7-151c. 
(philosopher) 21-1 03d. 



—jhakzais 8- , 

Achalda, India 14- 
Achallt. lake. Scot. 



Achai^o, tribe 22-6 1 



iharn. Sco 

laUs 15-729U. 

Acharnae, Gr, 

Achariiian Gate 



anellidac 13- 8 6c. 



12-440 (C2). 



yth.| l-77flc; 12- 

Gr. l-142c; 

_, see Bath. 

Aehen. Sum. : see. Achin. 
— , pass, Ans. 3-4 (B3). 
Achenan, riy., Fr. 16-923d. 
ACHENBACH, ANDREAS 1- 

142d. 
— , Oswald 1-liad. 
Achonoll-25Mb. 
Aehenkirch, Aus. 3-4 (E3). 



G15); 27-216a. 



4-382 



WALL, GOTTFRIED 
1; 2B-80Gd. 
Fr. 10-778 (AS). 
Gcr. 11-808 (B4). 
r (astron.) 9-740d; 7- 

m (myth.) 1-U3a; 

,^Gp.'l2.44CI(Bl). 
„N.Z. 19-621 (D5). 
piitia : see Death's head 

isia Chersonesus : tee 
a, cape, Turk.As. 
is. It. : me Fusaro. 
r, Lucd'17-I88d. 



:, Fr. 10-778 (Fl). 



ichias 8-30S6. 

i-ehielt, Ben, Scot. : se. 

Chiolt, Ben a. 
iehieyement (heraldry) 13. 

62a. 
iehittan, Can. 5-160 (C-D2). 



6-168 (CI). 
(D2): 16-93 



hiknlak, diet., IM 

il6d. 

hill, head. Ire. 14-7 



e. 14-744 (B3). 
..,Ire.l4-T44(A3) 
H12c; 13 : Te8ti; 



ACHILLES 1-I43b ; 1- 
Amazona l-700c ; A 
chus2-126d;barrow3- 
Chalcidian ynse 12- 
Olbia cult 20-G4a; £ 
legonds 24-52Sd ; s 
HydeFark28-548a; tc 
problom 28-970d. 



— . Claudio l-144b. 
— , Gioyanni Filoteo 
— . J. P. 14-9081). 
ACHIMENES l-144c 
Achin, Sum. : see E 
ACHIN, Kovt., Sim 



AohiorlB-542d. 



Aehkanl4-419a. 



Aohmet : si 



:e Ah i >i 



st-Aga (Buaorns) 

itha. Pecs. : see '. 

carry House, Sco 

Aclinanthes 






. iiiashellacli. 
(C2); Z3-712< 



t.24-412(D2). 
Scot. 24-112 

14-370 (GO); 



ACHOLI, tribe 1-i-loo; l-328o i 

Aehomawi, tribe 14- 4 5 Da. 
Achondroplasia 7-430d ; 23- 

Aohonry, Ire. 14-744 (C2) ; 25. 

242a. 
Achor, yalley. Pal. 12-18b 

SchOnleiuil 10-215c 

!5-7411. 



20-706a. 



26-3 Oil). 



— lcnal-59d;8-245c;26-560b; 

Wollond'a 8-392a. 
ACHROMATISM (optics) 



145d: l-59c. 




chroodestrln III. : se 


e Malt 


de.it.rin. 




cht 3- 3 05 d. 




chWrawe, fort, Sc 




721d. 





23-872 (I. Fl). 
.chvarasdal moop, 
logy 4-959c. 



350a ; specific rotaUou 2 
893c; Lvpe»6-40b. 

ACIDALItlS, VALENS 1-147 

Acid alizarin 8-750a. 

— albuminsl-514b. 

ACID AMIDES 1-1470 r 6-51 

— am ido -chlorides 6- 51c. 

— anhydride 6-51b. 
Aeidaspis20-237d. 



ACINUS l-148a. 



in da), Sp. 23-69 Oa. 






i 2S-10S2c; 26- 



Aeker-DouKlas process 1-68: 
Ackcrc, Maria van 10-496a. 
ACKERMAN, FRANCIS 



— , 3. C. : see Schroder, S. C. 
ickermanyille. Fa. 21-108 

(M4). 
\ckeryille, Ala. 1-460 (B3L 
iekloy, la, 14-732 (D3). 



To make full use of this Index It Is essential to read the 
instructions given on Page 1. 

cquapendentc. It. 15-4 <C3) ; Acromial nerve (su; 



ACCI-ADAIR 



— » N.II. 3-8 
— Moor Toi 



-twMfo 23-2»Rc. 
__. ,iaviva. It. 6-571e. 
ACQUI.It.l-154a; 1S-4{B2 



— , SIR HENRY WENT- 

worth l-149n, 18-591). 
— , Sir Thomas Dvke 25-l60b. 
Ae.lare, Ire. 14~Tld {i'.'Z). 
Acle, Sort. 9-4/J4 (IV. PI); 



5-26 (EH) ; 



ACOEMETI 1 

Acol hua, race 
ACOLYTE 1-1 



ACOMINATUS, MICHAEL 1 

— , NICETA5 l-150d ; 18-SlOe. 

Aeomys 83-1*3 a. 

Acona, Mias. 18-600 (B2). 



ACRIDINEl-155a; 6-72a. 
linia acid l-155b; 2 
liniumiodidel-155b. 



— ,t(t„ Chil. i'-lSIa. 
ACONCIO, GIACOMO 1-lSlb. 



ACRO (Aoron), 
ACROBAT 1-15 



5SSc, 18-L'23d ; fresh water 

26-900H. 
ACORUS CALAMUS l-153a ; 

14-3491.. 
ACOSTA. JOSE DE 1.153b. 

— ', URIEL 1-lsTjc.'* 
Acosta, Pa. 21-106 (D5). 
ACOTYLEDDNES l-tS3d 
Acoueryi.tophone 28-583e. 
ACOUSTICS l-153d. 



irinthus, Gr. 
12-41!4(D3>; : 

i lilac 8-N73d. 



ACROGENAE 1-155 



1-1,553. 



23-712b. 
Aorophony 9-ilM. 
ACROPOLIS (diet.) 1.156a. 
— Gr. (Athens) 2-8:12, 2 - 83S 



— Gr. (Sparta) 25- 6 Ha. 
ACROPOLITA, GEORGE 



Acrospirel7-5(Jlb. 

ACROSTIC 1-1 56b ; ' 
use 4-103b ; Hebi 
ture 16-1200, 19-1 



ACROTERIUM (a 



iridiidae 



.crtiloccrcus 3-974 
.crydlidae : see At 
.crydium : see Acrcamm. 
.crylliuiu 12-697C. 
,CT (diet.) l-156d : . see aUi 

Statute; Act of Parliament 

Act on Petition, 
eta (Roman law) I-15Gd. 
'.eta Archtlai 17.tf 2 <l. 
'.eta Augustana (Luther) 17- 



14-(i3Tc:2-7lla. 

ACTA DIURNA (: 

. .. n ,,- 

ACTAEON (mythO : 



orda) : 



, lsls.. 



l-157c; 24- 

c.O. 20-136 

n (*ool.) «-5S0b ; 11- 
; 11-51 7b. 
lis : see Elysla. 
nia il-sagl). 
nidaell-52tc. 
ruditorum 21-15Sb. 
a : see Zeus Actaeua. 
opuli : see Acta Dlurna 
lica : see Acta Diunia. 
I77d. 

oo Thomas. 

iphorum 14- 63 7 c. 



10-922b;10-863d. 



D (Holland 
I (Hugo) 13- 



lotlf " (law case) 24-99c. 



2-795 



; 14-248d; 
on 2B-542d. 
; 21-663b; 



loblast : 



.1 -I . 14- . 

12-5 8 Oo. 

2-SfiOc. 

5-B93c; 8-15 

5- 693 c. 



ctfnocephalus 12- 
20-237d. 
ctlnocrinldae 8.878dT 



Actinocrinoidea 8>878<L 



Actinodaetylallidae 21- 7 13b. 
Aetinodesma 8-128a. 
Actinodon 3- 5 25a. 
Actjnoeraph 21-ol7b. 
ActiuoDte l-884a; 18-515d 

!■ i ■■■ i • [.,. . ii 
ACTINOMETER 1-lsJe; 21 



Ictinomorphic 10-fl6Ib. 
Lctinomyccs bo vis 20-796a. 
M3TINOMYCOSIS l-157d; 21 
785b; 26-lHlb ; 8-51e ; 



Actino-photometer 21-5I8a. 
ActlIiophTyaI3-233c; 13-233d. 
— eoll3-232d; 13-232b. 
Aclinopoda 8-8T9e. 
Actmopterygil (Actlnopteri; 
14-258b ; 14-260a ; eitcu- 
.latory system 14-263c j 

excretory organs 14-256b • 
nervous system 14-267a ; 
swim -bladder 14- 2 5 4c. 

Actinopterygium 14-2Sld. 

Aetlnorhabda ; see Lamelli. 

Actinosphaerium 13-232b ; 13- 



8-486h ; England 8- 



4 Lis of tlie Marti 

24-404a. 
Act Sunday 1-157 
Actuariae 4-9 7 h. 

14-666e : asan 

43d. 
Actuaries 6-i 
ACTUARY 1 



of 2-78b J 
* ull ^ationa 10- 

■d. 

>6a; 14-666c; 

itions22-314h; 



ella7-il5d'. eS13 ' 
popiilaris l-159a. 



Gr. l-15aa;12-440 

4-80-1 d. 

ir. 12-410 (B2); 23- 



r grace l-157a. 

(honour l-157a. 

f Indemnity, Uniformity. 

OF' PARLIAMENT !■ 



.E. H. 21-749a, 
ACTON, J. E, E. DALBERG 
*-'™, 1st baron i-15Bd. 
,„jhn9-601a. 
ACTON, SIR JOHN F. E. 
*'■"'; 10-2G4c. 

I. Joseph E.l-lftta. 
Richard E. 7-763b. 
. Cal. 3-8 (D4), 
ACTON, diat., Mdx. l-161i 
-• ~~(C2); 18-414a. 



. Ind. 14-422 (Fn), 



outh). 



2 (E2). 



52 (E2). 

«mn".'ii-55u"(C5). 

luniell, Salop 9-430 (III. 

1); caatle 24-1 02i!d : manor 

tuae 17-59S&: stalnto ot 

i-814d. 

1 ON PETITION l-161b ; 

voree 81-832(1; cccleai- 

itical 21-833d. 

)n Scott beds 5-aOOb. 



tioal " ordinances 26-7360J 



4-666d. 



Aculco, Mex. 13-410d. 
Aculeate. 14-180b : 14-lT9a: 

6-734d. 
Acnllicar: set Chacchar. 
Acullico 6-014(1. 
ACUMINATE (diet.) 1-1 6Ba. 
Acuminemn, Hum-. 21-305a. 

ACUNA, CHR1STOVAL DE 1- 

— , Hernando de 2B-582a. 
Acunea, Feriundo d' S-SOgd. 

ACUPRESSUREi;i66bf hlnaT ' 
ACUPUNCTURE l-160b: 4- 

660: 26-126a. ■ ■ '" 






• . 17-8. 



! (F3)j 



Acn to. accent 1-1 12b. 

— ariffle2-15a. 

— anterior polio 111 yelltJs : Ke 
InCantilc paralysis. 

— bisectrix 9-fi88a. 

— hydrocephalus ; see Menin- 
""*■'" *" 1 -creiilar cerebra' 



— , N.H. 18-490 (C5). 
Acj-olic 10-560a. 



— , Minn. 18-550 (A3). 
-, O. 20-26 (C3). 
■, Okla. 20-58 (M3). 
-, W.Va. 28-500 (B4). 
-, fort ;. see Adda. 

- literature 2-2?fa. 
pjabellc, Ga. 11-752 (E3). 



7-230b; Inscription 14-61Sbj 
aymbol 3-112a; temple at 



idastallu rock, Cey. 15-l)54o. 
Idagia (Erasmus) 8-728d. 
tdaijin (Polydore Virgil) 28. 



AGIOl-5G0d. 
116.1'..... 

; andLittk 

T del'. 

' ' K.IUKU, 

(C, D2) 



Adaiel, state, K.E.Afr. :" 



Cauc 
u, 1)3] : o-551b. 
I, JOHNl-lfiOd. 

Robert 5-407a, 

Adair, Ala. 1-160 <D4). 
*-'-' ID2). 



ADAIR-ADRA 



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Adair, Ga. 11-752 (Bl), 
— -Ta. 14-732 (C:i). 
.1 14-304 (B3). 



-, Ky. IS- 
-,Okla.2i 



— Co., la. 14-732 <C3). 

— Co., Ky. 15-740(0). 

— Co., Mo. 18-808 (VI). 

— Co., Okla. 20-58 <G2). 



-11-752 (Bl). 
-. 15-740 (B4_). 
!p. 25-530 (C2>; 



Adaja. ri\.. ., 

8-1 50c. 
Adajel, At. : BceAdcI. 
Adak, Chi. 6-168 (El). 

— ,isL Alak. 1-472 (15). 
Adakali, Turk. 27-420 (132). 
Adaknn, Pers. : see Ardakan 
Ada!, Raa9-127a. 

Adal (stale), At. : see AdeL 
Adelaide" ' ■ " '"" 
Adalbero_ 

23-51d: 10-8 i.ju. 
ADALBERON (bishop of Laon) 

1.167a. 

— (o( Luxemburg) 13-273d. 
Adalberonis castollutu i see 

Bernkastel. 
Adalbert (of Babenberg) 3-92a. 

— (king of Italy) 15-29a- " 
200o. 

— (of Saxony) 13-366a; 
902a. 

— (ot Tuscany) 27-4 8 5b ; 
200o; 15-4340. 

ADALBERT (archbp. ot Ham- 
burg-Bremen) l-167a.; 11- 
839a; 13.275c 

— (archbp. ot Magdeburg) 23- 
39c 

— (arotibp. ot Mainz) 17-lTo. 
— ■ (biabop ot Neustria) 4-2nm> 
ADALBERT (bishop 

Ptague)l-167oi4-I58d; 4- 



Adalgts 5-892 a i 8-93b. 

Adaleiaelns : see Aosegisel. 

ADALIA, Asia 11. l-167c; _ 
780 (D4); Seliuks take 24- 
610c. See also Attal'- 

— ■ Syr. : sea Salahiya. 

— , Bay ot, Asia M. 2-760 <D4). 

Adallne, W.Va. "" "" ""•"' 



£8-560 (C2). 
(hUda (Miii 



Adalrik c 
26-217b. 

ADAM l-167di 1 

eryphal litorati.-. . 

Ceylon legend l-182d, 5- 
778d; derivation of name, 
in Slavonic Enocb 9-651d; 
Lilith legend 16-6S5a ; Mani- 
chaean account 17- 5 7 4a | 
Meccan legend 17-95"- 
Psalm iciL 22-534d. 
thaMandaean Hookot Ad 
see Sidrd rabba. 

— (AngUcua) : see Adam (£ 

— Id' Arras) s see Adam (do la 



z-usa: xnuaio is-oa. 

— (de Marsh, de Mariaco) ; 
see Marah, Adam. 

— (I'Atne) : see Adam, 



— (SCOTUS)l-I81d- 



mily ot i 
i.SeealBo, 



172d. See also Adam, Robert. 
— , A. E. l-172a. 
— , ALEXANDER 1-lTlc, 
— , FRANCOIS G. B. 1- - " 



—.NICOLAS 

— i PAUL (novelist) 1.173c 
—.Paul Gabriel (chemist) 

—.ROBERT 1-I72d s ceilings 
6-5960 : chair 11-364 '"' 
I. flg. 12) : chimney p.^oo 
6-165a,6-738a: Edinburgh 

Sublic buildings 8-93Bb ; 
lasgow Royal Infirmary 12- 



— , WILLIAM (lawyer) 1- 173d; 

10-7 63b. 
Adam, Rom. 23-828 (CI). 
— , bay, Austr. 2-9B0 (BS) i 

36-493*. 
— , jaL,Md. 17-828 (G4). 
— » mt, Pali. Is, 10-Uld. 



Adam (mystery play) 8-4) 



t and Eve " (DUrer; 



.. _n.)S-l,... 
Adamanta, Meloa 18-90c. 
Adamantine clinker 16-7 14d. 

— lustre ll-361b. 

— spar7-2()7d. 
Adamantius (phyaician) 21 

(theologian) 17- 692a ; 20 



272b. 



lb, Melos 7-flaic. 
- "Jnosfcioi— ' ' 



12-1 



Adar 

Adar__ 

Adamf 

174a; 5-110 (b'2);28-92Ic." 
Aaam Bede (G. Ei:ot) 9-276a, 
" Adam Bell" (ballad) 6-509c. 
Adaruberger, A»toniel5-91Sc. 
B 21-328d; 8-289 d [ 



Adam Soma (Paludan- 

Miiller) 20 -65 5 c 
Adami, G. 2O-920d. 
Adamia 10 -5 66b ; 13-4 7 3d. 
Adamiana : see Adamltea. 
Adaminaby, N.S.W. 19-538 



ADAMITES (N.AL aect) ; 

174b. 
— (Husaite sect) 14-8o, 
AdamKhall-361d. 
Adam Kllaai, Rum. 23-331: 



Adan 



Guibi 



wB-633a. 
dil 



Adam eg Eva (Ewald) 10-39b. 

Adams, Abigail l-177b. 

— , Alvin 10-S4d. 

— , ANDREW L. l-174o. 

— , Brooksl-lJ5o. 

—.CHARLES F.l-lT4d: 12 

357d; "Alabama" claim 

6-62 4a. 
— - Charles F. (Jun.) 1-1 7 5c. 
Charlea K. 7-170o i 18 



37 Sd. 



— ,E.P.9-216o. 

— , Francis l-254o ; 16-64o. 

— , F. D. 21.327a. 

— , HENRY <historian)l-175b. 

— , HENRY C. (ecouomiat) 1- 

175o. 
—.HERBERT (sculptor) 1- 

173d ; 24-516C. 
— , HERBERT B. (historian) 

1-I75d; 15-4G0d. 
— Jameson B. 21-96Sa. 
— , JOHN (prea. U.S.) l-t7Ra; 

10-2350 ; 14-372a ; 27-69na. 
— .John (English sailor) 21- 

659d. 
— , JOHN COUCH l-177o 1 15- 

664a; logarithms 16-8! 6d : 

dieoovery of Neptune 19- 

38Go; tidal friction 26-94,10. 
— , JOHN QUINCY (pres. U.S.) 

«-•">-«; 27.696a; 18-739a; 



Pan -j 



_0-671h; Smitbaonian In- 
stitution 25-2 7 3d. 
-, John Quiney (lawyer) 1- 

-,M. A. l-229d; 8-292a, 



16-527a,27-673d. 
— , Suzanne 19-83b. 
— , THOMAS (divine) l-180d. 
— , Thomas (soldier) 14 -4 08 d. 
— , W. (potter) B-743d. 
— , W. Bridiea 22-820b. 
— , W. G. l-178b: on mag- 

netto storms 17-377a. 
—.WILLIAM (navigator) 1- 

lBlai 15-230d; Japanese 

ships designed ^15- 13 3o, 16- 



lotters 11 -62 7 b. 



2l2o ; 
— ,W. S., on sun spots 

89b ; on surface rotatio 

sun 26-8fib. 
Adama, Ga. 11-752 (BtL 
— , IU. 14-304 (A4). 
— , Ind. 14-422 (F 0). 
ADAMS, Mass-1-lSlbi 17- 

852 (All. 
— ,Minn. lB-550(E7). 
— , Mo. 18-608 (A-B3). 



Adams. Oreg. 20-242 (G2). 
— , Tonn. 26-620 (», El). 
— , fort, R.I. 19-5340, 
— , is]., Fan.O. : see Huapu. 
— , lake, B.C., 4-600 (F3). 
— , nit., Falk. Is. 25-4S7h. 
— , mt.. Mass, 17-852 (Bl). 
— ,mt.,^.H. 19-490 (lC3)i 2- 

207c: 19-490d. 
— , nit.. Wash. 28-354 (D3>; 



; 14-382 (H16);5-77Sb; 

In Ramayuna 24-169b. 
Adamaburg, Pa. 21-106 (F7). 
Adams Center, Wis. 2S-14 

(DS). 

— Cn.,CoL 6-722 (F2). 

— Co., la. 14-732 (C3). 

— Co., 111. 14-304 (A4). 

— Co., Ind. 14-422 (H3). 

— Co., Miss. 18-600 (A4). 

— Co., N.Dak. 19-780 (B3). 

— Co., Neh. 19-324 (F4}. 

— Cto., O. 20-26 (C-D7). 

— Co., Pa. 21-106(110). 

— Co., Wash. 28-154 (G2). 

— Co., Wis. 2B-740 (D5). 

— Creek, riv.. Pa, 21-106 

AOam/'s daughters. Book of ; 
Adama Expreea Company 



Adams Pork, Ga. 1 



<B2). 

, j -aiK, ua. 

. PEAK, _.., 

182d;14-382 (IlG):B-778c; 



Adamsthal, Aus. 18-817b. 
Adamston, W.Ta, 28-560 (C2 
Adamstown, Md. 17-828 (E 

E2). 
— ,N.S.W.19-471d. 
Adams ii. Great North c 

Scotland By. Co. 2-3! Bb. 
AdamsTille, Ala. 1-480 (B3). 



— , Tenn. 26-620 (C2). 
— , Utah 27-814 (C5). 
Adamu : ete Adapa. 
Adam.ua Exul (Grotius) 12- 

621d. 
' J "!, Sp. 25-530 (C3) 



a M. l-182d; 2- 



Adan (de la Hale) : see Adai 

(de la Hale). 
Adanero, Sp. 25-530 (C2). 
Adang, IsL Mal.Pen. 17-47 

(A3). 
Adang Bay, Bor. 4-257 (C3). 
■ j 1, dlst..Go.CaL 12-20 



tribe 12- 



204a i dialect 1 



■, tribe l-329d; 2-7: 



stemmed tree. 
— stercnlia ll-S01b. 
Adant, Gustavo 26-43d. 



Adapla 17-526di 23-337a : 
23-1 OOSd. 

Adaplaorcs 14-64ib. 

Adapiaorionloa 14- 6 4 4b. 

ADAPTATION (diet.) 1-1S30. 
-(biol.) 1-lSic; 27.912b; 
aquatic 20-589d ; direct 
28-1037b; flahea 20-6S9d, 
14-2500, 2-15b ; plants 21- 
776a. 

Adapter (chem.) 8-3 19a. 

Adaptive radiation 20-58 

Adaptor (ride) 23-3360, 



riv., Afr. 19-693 

:bot.)2-2f>8a. 
mth) 4-100Od; 



Adararlt, Sud. 9-40 <C4). 

Adaray, Aby. : see Harrar. 

Adare, Ire. 14-744 (C4) I 

694o ; hall 22-610a. 



Adarnasea 13-603d. 

Adaih'ov, Alexia 1S-89C i 23- 

Ada Spring, W.Aua. 2-860 

(JM). 
Adata, Aala M. : see Hadath. 
Adaua, Somlnd. 25-379 (G2). 
Adavale, Queens. 2-960 (G5), 
AdawitesB-75d. 
Adaya Mingrat (general) 4- - 



Addiaonv, Addison B-340a. 
Addition] algebra I-6OO01 

arithmetic^- 5 2 9a, 2- 53 8c. 
Addmonal Forcca Act (1804) 

eproscntation. BiU (1904) 
246u. 

:tions, In dra,ma 8-519a, 
ititioua 1-B5c. 
leatono, Sur. 16-942 (BS). 
Jlotata, L" 1 Bee LaMari, 
-.aria Dominica, 
Addra gazelle : see Bil gazelle. 
Add Ran, Tex. 26-690 (M2); 

college 28-2 2 5a. 
ADDRESS (pari.) l-188a, 
Iddrcss (iu book titles) : set 
under leading word, e.g. 
Dcil, AMressTo the. 
Addu (mytb.) 20-60Jb. 



Addua, 
Ad duct 



__d.0.1' 
„ It. : 






Adda, W.Af. : 

— , f brt, Alcsa. 

(B2(: (anolent) 



ADDA* 

15-28 5 ("l); l lS-k. 

(223 E.c.) 10-477a, battle 
(490) 20-6b i Milan canal 15- 



Aildy, W. 24-1 009 d. 
Addy, Wash. 28-354 (HI). 
Addyston, O. ZO-20 (H7). 
AA Eccksiain. (rialvia.11) 24- 

103a. 
Adegaon, India 14-376 (H.8). 
Adeimantus 12-155e. 
Adol, Ga, 11-752 (C4). 
—.la. 14-732 (C3). 

Yorka. 4-581 (C4) s 28-933 



15a. 



1. 19-693 (A9). 



— , rlv., Sud. 19-693 (. 
Jadaei, Doctrina: boo 

Addaei. 
Addah, Go.Cet, 12-203 ■ 

12-204o. 
Addai : see Thaddaeua, 
Addala -shuognhol -meer, 

Cauc. 5-55L.b. 
ADDAMS, JANE l-183d. 

Mullah. 
Addanki, India 14-382 (HI2). 



(CI). 
— , flist., At. 3-1U4C ; 13-iea. 
Adela (of Bloia) 9-479d ; 3- 

556a. 

— (n(Champagne)17-36h;21- 
379a. 

— (of Denmark) S-933d. 

— (of Vermandois) 27-1 02 4c. 

- (o[Vohburg)9-12cr ll-45b. 



i, Chini 



B-16S 



Addar, Ras, Tun. : see Eon, 

ADimkl-183d; 2-90b j 9-45b. 
Ad Dccimum, battle (533) 5- 

431a; 20-885b. 
Addeku, riv, eo.Cst.' 12-203 

(B2). 
Addendum (mech.) 17-1001c 



Adderley, Salop B-41B (II. B4) 
Adder's foot : see Polypody. 
Addioks, J. E. 7- 9 50b. 
Addicka, Te^. 26-690 (M6). 
Ad f dietio (law) 23-548di 2: 

Addieville, 111. 14-301 (C5), 
Addiewell, Scot. 4-984b. 
Addi Garaht, Aby. j see Ad 

A(Eigital feather 10-227d. 
Addingham, Yorks. 28-933 

Addington, Henry 7 see 



Adelaide (iibbese) l-188d. 
ADELAIDE (empress) l-188b ; 
- 13-276c[ is-29c; 20-373b. 

HomylVl3-28ibJ 26-lS*3bl 

— (English oiieen, m. WiEiam 
IV.)28-664o; 17-513a. 

— (French queen, m. Hugh 
Capet) 13-858C 

— (French queen, m. Louts V.) 

— (French queen , m. Louis VI.) 
17-36aj 18-7871). 

— (queen of Italy) 2B-2Bo. 

— {of Tirol) 26-IOllc. 

— (of Turin) 24-254a. 
Adelaide, Colo. 6-722 (E3). 
— . Ga. 11-752 (E3). 
ADELAIDE, S.Aus. l-188d ; 

2-960 (F6); bishopric 4- 
810d; library 16-561a; obser- 
vatory 19-960d ( rainfall 2- 
947a, 25-494e; traiveraity 
27-775C, 1-1890, 27-771Q, 

— , Tna. 26-438 (B2). 
—.land, Antarc. 21-901 (M); 

— , pen In., Can. 5-180 (K2). 
— , riv., S.Aua.2---- '™' " 
943a; esplorat 



24-350d: 27-1 1 



Addi3 Aboba, Aby. : ate 

Ababa. 
Addlscombe military college 

2-615d;7-520b. 



ADDISON, JOSEPH 1-1 



11 2-90 2a. 
.10 l-iauo; 

Adelarai',' J d. d'eg'li' 10- 2 83a. 
Adelasia (of Sardinia) 9-69 lb [ 

— (of Sicily) 1-1911. 
Adelbert: see Adalbert, 
Adclbeit College, Cloveland 6- 



Adelhold (bishop ot Utrecht) 

27-825a; 13-600b. 
Adelchi (Manzoni) 14-911d j 

17-B27h. 
Adolchia (of Bcnevcnto) 17- 

29c. 
Adoldvile, Gcr. : see Eltville. 

".617b; 6-S17d. 

6-617a; 6-018 (flg.). 

: Adelegg, mts., Ger.28-a56b. 
; AdelersborgCasUu ; aeeDtaga- 

Adelfi (secret society) 15-49 d. 



— , III 14-304 (D2). 
— , Ky. 15-740 (E3). 
— , Me. 17-4„4(E4). 
— , Mich. 18-U72 <F8* 
— . N.Y. 19-506 (C3). 
— , Fa. 21-106 (D6). 
— , Tes. 26-690 (B7). 
— , Vt. 19-490 (A;<). 

— Co.,Vt. 19-490 (A-B3). 
ADDISON'5DISEASEl-mbi 

20-9 2 2c. 

— Walk, Oxford 2O-409d. 



AdeU, Wis., 28-740 (E-F5), 
Adelnau, Ger. 11-808 (F3). 
Adcloiig. N.3.W. M-S3 
(D, E4). 



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ADAIR-ADRA 



Adclsyaolde 8-3 
ADELUNG, J. 

S-622b. 
Ademar do Oh 

Adhcmar dc ( 



ADEN, Arab. 1-1 
(135-0); 4-61C 
history 8-207(1. 



— , N. Mex. 19-52(1 (C5). 
— I gulf 2-283a; 19-973 



Adonau, Gar. 11-S08 (I j),. 
ADENE5LER0I 1-190(1; 87- 

287b: 11 

ADENINE 

1S-197C. 
Adenli.m Obss 
Adenocarpus i 



Adenophora 13-7681). 



4-3790 ; 24-160 

',G. 19-187 (B3). 



ADIAPHORISTS l-192a; 18- 



ia 14-382 (IT10). 



mhi (Bijapur dynasty 
riv.J Arab. 2-301 (F0) 
:al.*S-8 (CI). 



Ad Fines, Cain 



•uia, mts., Tib. 6' 
ackrark,N.Y.l-193b; 



10-6571), 16-867b 



: 19-6H3 (06) 



Adgliagh. Sah. : see Adrar. 


Adisham. Kent 9-421 (IV. F.4) 


Adgiid (Frisian kins) ll-23io. 


28- 7 92 d. 


Adlialo, Somlnd. : «« Itala. 


Adis Harrar, Aby. : sec Din 




Dawa. 


Adhcm, riy., Turk. As. 26-305 


Adit (diet.) 18-529o. 


<F2); 2B-970a. 


Aditcm, NiR. 19-678 (1)4). 


Adhcmar de Bourbon 4-325o. 


Ad it ha. Pal! 20-B02 (El). 


— DE CHABANNES l-191d. 


Aditi (myth.) 19-1390. 


-DE MONTEIL l-192a ; 7- 


Aditio (iau)23-541c. 


529b. 


Aditya (Chola kinif) 5-3<J2a. 


— Fabri ll-S89d. 


Adjtyasena (Gupta king) 12 


Adherbail5-545c. 




Adliereut (Presbyterian) 22- 


Aditvarara (enroll.) 13 -4 93b. 


283b. 


Adi-Ui,-ri, Turk. As. 9-746o. 


ADHESION (diot.) i-192a; 


Adiyino, Caaa del, CAtn. 5- 


(hot.) 10-561c; (phys.) 5- 






AdjRooriMs seeundi 2-512a. 


Adhcsiyeness (phrcn.) 21-536c. 


— tertii 2-512a. 


Adhichalra, India 14-6240. 


Ailjasr 15-2860. 


Adhika Vaisakha 13-491a. 


Adjai. riy.. India: see A]ai. 


Arihirlte : sec Naiad at. 


Adiamo, lv.Cst. : see Binder 



Adjara, Dah. 7-T35d. 



ADJECTIVE i 



idt, Turkost. : s. 
i. 23-828 (1)2). 



ADJUNCT (diet 



ADJUSTMENT 1-1HM ; 

571). 
ADJUTAGE l-193d. 
ADJUTANT (title) l-l! 

— (loptou'lilTis) "'lS-lOSo; 
una-, fossil 3-9711.; in 
bout, feathers 10 - 2: 

ADJUTANT-GENERAL 
194a; 2-filOb; l-13Sa; 
25-7540. 

Adjutators (1617): see 

Adjygarii, India r see Ajaig 
Adlan(ofSemiar)26-15a. 
Adleetio (law) 23-K49e. 
Adler, l)r. (physician) 11- 
--, Dr. (politician) 3-35c. 
— , FELIX, 1-1948. 
— , nermann 26-2921). 

— ' K. M. 26-292b. 



Idlich, Bulg. : 
16-llOa'. 



15-340b. 
Ad Majocei 


Alg. 


Ad Median 
Moliadia. 


, n 


AdmelidaeS 
ADMETUS 


306a 
(ot 



owis) 16- 5 2 3b. 
jve county 

t London Elei 



:j flags 10-4 fl01.i 



e 19-3041) ; of the Flee 
299o. 19-304b, LlHSb 
he White 19-3041). 
■iira-1 " (battleship) 24 

tiral Bourgois " (sub 
■ino) 24-92 lo. 
■al butterfly 16-476d. 
-al's repnment 17-7 IHe. 

niral's' Company, The. 
lira! Trehouart " (batth 

■alty bay,' N.Z. 19-021 

>", W.I. 12-5"qc. 



(Ml)^l-472o in 

LTY, 

19-187. 

".'21-938 (B2). 

, 2-462(07). 

ADMIRALTY ADMINISTRA- 
ion l-195b; Anson's re- 
™s 2 - 84a ; buildings, 
,ondon 2-1:iSd: nharl.s 19- 
930, S-i 



s)17-10I9e:17-l 



FREDERICK 



United Stat 



flaglO-4fl9dl 
l-201b : s« 



l-20Sa; standing 

- JURISDICTION 
Cinque Forts' cow 
l-205b; ciyil sa 



hiB-588c, 



e 24-991 

Jnited S 



■ 811b; 28- 

15-651 (F2). 
Aamism unity (law) 10-13o. 
ADMISSION (law) i-210e; 10' 
17d. 

— Day 13-584.1). 

— to Benefices Act (1843) 1- 

Admo'net nos (papal bull) 21' 



8i0b. 



ADOBE l-210d; 4-517d. 

—, Hill, Colo. 6-722(03). 

— , yal., Cal. 5-8 (D2). 

AdoDinel-aiOd. 

Adod Addaula (sultan) 5-52c : 

15-95 la. 
Adolar (bishop) 9-T37b. 
ADOLESCENCE l-210d; 14- 



12-874d; 24-3 



arct, Adolf II., Con 



— (of Nuenar) J 
ADOLPH OF : 

man king) 1-21 lb; 1B-8S; 

Adolphe (Constant) 6- 98 7c 
AdolpHe Bridge 4-530a. 
" ' ' is (Cbristian name) 1 



lolphus 
S33e. 



2121) ; 3-956b; 28-762o. 
ADONIJAHl-212a; 7-^58a. 
Adoniram (bibl.) 15-32Sc. 
ADONIS (myl.h) l-212a ; At 

tis 2-886b : Bethlehoii 



12-3Blb; Dadadrini 



ADOPTIANISM l-212d : 
775a; Arelielaup' ereec 
570b; Ch risto logy 23-9 ( 



la-SOZd: Fren 



1-2 13c: 
1-301 b ; 



Adoptlra Vestries Act 

87-1 063b. 
Ador, G. ll-591d. 
Adotaim, Pal. : sec Dui 
ADORATION l-214b. 
" Adoration of the : 
Kyok) 10-96b. 

illi)4-307a; (1 



' Adorat 

(Hottio.. 
21-281b; 



(Rub 



ADORF, Ger 



■r.(WaIdook)ll-80a(B3>. 



a" (Lymn) 
8(D1). 



ADOWA, Aby. 1 _.,._. 
(map); 19-693 (D5); battle 
(18HH)l-94b,15-78b,15-77o; 
ohuroh freHooei 1-8 9 b. 

Adosa: see. Moseliatel. 

Ad palrem (Milton) 18-181d. 



Ad quod dajnnum (writ) 28- 

ADRA,' Sp. l-21id; 2S-530 

(1)4) : see ufoo Abdera. 
— , riy., Sp. 25-530 (D4); 1- 

Adra, El, ohurcb, Cairo 4- 

95 Sa. 
A dram pet, India 14-382 (Hli). 



Adranos (myth. J 1- 



inhabitants 27-352b ; popu- 
— liudfel, Alg. :' see Kabylia. 
Adraska'nd, Afg. l-314b. 



ADRA-AFGH 



ADRASTUS (legend) 1-2 



ion 13-174b; 1- 



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e AdrU 



ADRIAN, St 1-31 lid; 10-3 

17-931 b. 
ADRIAN I. (['ope) 1-2: 

Z3-B61C ; Charlemagne 
809b, 5-K9KI ; Desid. 
S-95b; Dionvsio ■ Hudr 
5-19.=ia; forsrcd docum 

— II. (Po 



— IV. (Pope 



1-2 15d ; 
1-2153; 



—"(of Metz)6-331d. 

— (oiNiridaiium)26-7(ifia 

— (of"lYre)23-2361>; 81-5 
Adrian. Ga. 11-752 (D3). 



ADRIAN, Slid 



ADR IAN I, G. 1 



ADRIANOPLE, v 
1-2171.; 27-4-Jf 

production 2S-1C 



i-210d ; 18- 

>(m). 



23-911 lb : 

., J ' T'lirl;.. 
(D-E3); 



A<1 ltipani/YoTks. : gee Uipo 
Adrogatio 1-21 3d; 23-330c. 

Tuzln."" ' 
ADSCRIPT (diet.) 1-Siao. 

Ai Septeui Fralres, Mor, ; s 



f, ]'- 



-SOSd. 



Aduto : see Timbrel. 
Adiila Alp?, mts., Switz. 

744c; 20-332d. 
idularcscenee 18- 8 07b. 



Advdaria 85-6-16(1; 18-807&; 

20-332d; 20-333a. 
A tilde Bay, N.E.At. : see An- 

AdidU.'N.K.Af. 9-7171); cathe- 
dral l-'ltia ; inscription 14- 
629a,l-S9c,9-847u. Steals*: 
Ziila. 

ADULLAM, Tal. l-218c ; 7- 

Cliapel, Bright " '-"-- 



ADULTERATION 



17Ud; U.S 

_2lid,7-56 



Advocates-depute 16-992 d. 
ADVOCATES, FACULTY OF1- 
""" ■" - I6-557C, 22- 



i Aegina 1-2521) ; , 
.. _ _ i50a ; architecture . 
l-21Sc, 2-377(1, 13-81110, 26- 
"""». 28-712b; arras and . 
our 2-SS3c, 26-2701-;; 
l-246e, l-248a, 20-463o, 
1731), 2.33-21; ceramics 
.lc, 5-715d, 5-719d, 7- 
(l'l. 11. fig, 3); 
mologv l-248d, 7-1211), 
!3d; costume 7-232d, 7- 
j ; goddess 1-230 (PI. 



12-424 (C-D2); 
* Redpoll. 



4-429d : . 



Advoc 



), 12-7 



taglioa 



\s 21-&9Sb. 
rine Castle 5-479. 
rERY l-234b ; 
,n law 3-120a; 
in 28-7 83d; div- 



; ADVOCATUS D1ABOLI 

il'l-3+lb. 

wry26-737b. 

JWSON (Advowaen) 1- 

battle (1643) 



36 5b, 15 - 3 «6 (Ma 



12-100b. 
Adwiek ' lc 



8-307 e. 



Mycenae 19-103d; at Nau- 
piia 19-279a; in Palestine 
2O-008d; plato 21-792 (Plate 
I.); among PnrasaU 31- 
4112b ; religion l-217a, 7- 



York 



ADYE, Sir J. M. 1- 
sviilo, Ind. 14-1 



ADVANCEMENT 1. 

Advancement e,i 
(Bacon 



s. 21-392 (C-D4). 



5-55113, 
A (lys, N. At a; 
ADYTUM 1-2 



a " (Jap. cruisf 
d. 

sec Ea. 
Boot. 8- 663b. 

13-374d; l-251a. 

l-244a; l-142a;': 
18-479(1. 

L„ It. 8-3Slb; 6-381 
'" '"" (A4). 



AEGEAN SEA l-251b ; 12-421 
'■"1-G3), 12-440 (Vl-03)- 
icicnt alias 27-l-18c 



elrie (abbot) 
:eri, Ober, g 
it. liber Aegra 



— augitol-119o. 

— dlopside l-119e. 
Aegirns 11-522(1. 

AEGIS (myth.) l-254d ; 2 

976d. 
Aeaisdrckka 8-B22h. 
AEGISTMUS l-251d. 
Aegithalus pendulums 2 

1030d. 
Aegithognatlme 3.960(1 ; 2 

Aegitiu'm. Gr. 12-440 (D2). 
Aogium, Gr. 12-140 (D2) : i 

Aeglc (myth.) 13-408o; 1 



— Mar: 
ieglia, 

He ' 



AEGEUS (o[ T 



■ Settlers Act (1894) . 
in 7-86d. 



6-479d. 



ADVENTISTS, SECOND 1- 
18-464(1 
T1TI0US 
23-7 12c. 

— shoot, 25-8781). 
ADVENTURE (diet.) l-235c. 

— bay! Tas. "26-438 (K2). ' 



,....., _._n.S-2+(C3). 

ebeltoit. Den. B-24 (C2). 

cber'Cnwkl riv., S.Dak. 25- 

aos (D;s) 



(a! Iruit) 11- 
!)|ll-33Bb. 



AECLANUM, It, l-241a ; 1 
■"• (E4); 5-123a; 14-634a 
(king of Ireland) 14-763 



rvs 



9-92Sb. 
«47a; G 



Akaba, gull. 
Aelarz de Montcil : see Ad- 
hSmar de Montcil. 

JElfgar (of Meroia) 16-370b; 



, Aedioo (idico)20-5b. 
AEDICULA (diet.) 1-2 
■-'■ilcAi^Dt (1'rooop 






?r (periodical) 13-9 7d. 



ADVERTISEMENT 1-2 35d; 
19-S15d ; French news- 
paper control (1SS0) 19- 
STSb ; in book distribution 
28-031 d, 8-031o ; indecent 



Ai[imireeh5-623b. 
.ribe l-244d; ll-o33a; 
a)2-478d;18-18 



vasicn l-142a 



ted Spa 






U50u, 24-530d. ^ 

— , Gr! (Aishftia) 12-440 (Da")"; 
22-169(1, 

— , Or. (Euboea) 12-140 (E2). 
— , Gr. (Macedonia) 12-11(1 
(At) : see. also Ertessa. 



882c; 12-427a 



-TChgifu (qnoe 



: Ethctred) : si 

JKifhere (o f ilerc'ia) 8- 9 90b. 

. : KIIred: sre Alfred. 

.Elfrio (arehbp.) S-211c; S 



if F.thetred) : 



lliena21-73b; coinage : 
,5a, 19-8K3o; granted 
Ibei.s2-813d; Hecate w 
ipl3-HI3d; ie-popnlat 
?end 19-llic; temple 
ild, 26-6Ud (fig.), 12-^ 

4 (IM); 2- 



.) 14-156e. 



; 28-487b; 28- 



i 23-5373; 23 

56 d. 

icrius 19-39 4a. 



245a; 7-423a, 9-922o, 12- 



niuoi, Gr. 12-410 (CI): 
; also Kalabaka. 
Aeginopsia 14-156b ; 14-156d. 



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.ELRED, ST 1-2 

Aeltre.Belg.'3-6_ 



; 15-2; 



-i vrA, 

i)l-256d; 



15-370 ; 

Aemilia Co r „ 

Rnrnc 3-47 

23-5U2d; 23- 

— (of 11™ si a* 2 

— (ltoi 



■, Ale so 



■ £si)ci 



(ot 



AENESIDEMUS (; 



23-963d; Ron 



ccuram Tutieurii, It. 15-21 

{EX); 2-19(>l>;15-27b. 

AERABU 1-259:1 ; 5-8671). 

AERARIUM l-25tib : 22-707c 

" cere (diet.) l-259b. 

Hilars 23.474c. 

ted bread 4-47(11). 

AERATED WATERS l-259d. 



Aerogeno gas 16-654d. 

Aerolite 18-263c. 

Aeron, riv., Wales 9-428 (\ 

03); 5-319C. 
Aeronautical Society of Gree 

Britain 12-738.. 
AERONAUTICS l-260b; Lam 

ley's research ea 18-1711(1 

Smithsonian Institution'* 1. 

borg's flying Ina'nhine 31 
322a. See alto Halloon, an 
Flight tind Flying. 

AS roue (legend) l-363c ; i 
876d. 

Aerone (zool.) ll-S26c. 

Acrophoro6-.T891>. 

Aeroplane 10-504d ; 1.261a 
motors for 20-39d ; rcnaml 
10-S14b;Vvenhan)'s 10-515 

Acropncusta: ate Embol 

Aeroskjobing (Aeroskiibina 
Den. 8-2i(Cl);8-23d. 



— , F. van : see Aarssens, F 
AERT5ZEN, PIETER l-271b; 



AEOLIAN HARP l-258a; 25- 

1039c. 
— mode 2i-706b ! 13-Sd. 
Aeolians, race 12-496c ; 27- 

Slid. 
Aeolic dialoct 12-1970 J 13- 

63 lo foil. 
Aeon no 12-9 60a. 
Aeo:ipile25-S18b. 
AEOLIS, dist., AsiaM. l-25Sb 



AeoTothrips fasciata 26-907d. 

AEOLUS (myth) l-258b :" 12- 
4 8 In. 

— (of Macneeia) 24-K5b. 

AEON (niyst.) 1-S58c; birth 
festival 9-697d : Mandaean 
view 17-555b; Yalentinian 

Aeora (festival jV-T-14e. 
AEPINUS.F. II. TH. l-258oi 



|D2). 

-, Switz 
(E2). 



. (Basel) 26-242 



temples 1- 
tfan), 7-426a; 
i,21-143b,24- 

., Italy 23- 

td; 12-143a; 



- hydrate 6-1 12c. 



: see Fetid iiuckoye 
W lied Buckeye. 

28-53 ">a. 

iv., A;iaM.27-3Uc 

AESERNIA, Itl l-27Gb ; 15-3 1 

19-870d 

?l.)2-763d;8-122a 
3. 
8-921c; 26-684a. 



(E4) ; 23-B27s 



..;e Esino. 
I) 21-67 d. 



AESOP 1-2 7 6c 



!allistlienes (psehdo). 
;_rudc2-713d~; 9-805il; 19' 



II erbart 13-337. 

Plato 14-333il ; 
22-5SIc; SUal 
765a ; Tolstoj 



psychology 
26-1001' 
15-066a. 



Acstii, tribe 23-6 1U 
ll-830d: agriculture ; 
6S2d; Gothic defeat ; 

AESTIVATION (hot.) i-2S< 
10-582 b (woJ.) l-289a;: 
141 d. 

Aesymnetes 21-6781). 

Actus 19-343d ; 22-67SO. 

" Aetome ' rera'm' comiito 
(byn;n)14-184d. 



ilthelard. 



»'d4-812a,9-4G8a; 



AESCHINES (statesman) 1- 
271c; 8-12o; in Greek 
history 12- 16 Ob ; in Greek 
literature 12-3 1 3 ft ; Sabaz- 
ius worship 6-5G5a. 

Aeschna 8-4G9a; 8-470b. 

Aeschnidao 8-4G9d ; 8-40Bb ; 
8-4, 6 8 d. 

Aoschnina 8-4701) ; 8-468c 

AESCHYLUS l~-27'2a ; 12-511a; 



383d. 
Lescigontn 6-1120. 
i esc iely oxalic acid 6-1 



212b, 20-861a; 



7S4b. 
-ETHELBALD 
1-2891); 28- 



7-51 id, 1 
(of Wossi 



3ITHELNOTH l-290a ; 



)ria) 19-79ia. 
:) l-390b; 28- 
th. 44 4b ; 

„ -vl 

20-408(5,. 

if East Auglia) : 

— "(of Kent)"l-2a2a ; lS-735d. 



ADRA-AFGH 



Afarik. tribe l-359a. 

AFARS l-299c; l-829c; lau- 

-uase 12-89 4b. 

Lai b. Saladin S-S8e. 

ihahicehah b. Badr 9- 

71). 

iddinEashi21-250e. 

[era, int., Alvy. 9.746a. 

r, Dioirysins 14-21 Oc. 

DOMITIUS l-290d; 22- 



.ETHELSTAN (I 



16- j 21c, 18-5 S 



!■ 



lop o( Hereford) 13- 



(hist 



: ., i 



lisle) 5-8 



tedtetloiia 



(bishop of Oar- 

26^57: 

uif (aldei 

jETHELWULF 
Sa sons) 1-292! 
735d; naval 1 



9-468d;] 



6-91b; Ting 19-<171a (II 

itheospondyli 14-218d. 
il-her (myth.) 5-S49d ; 



R (physics: 
d; Sii.dmsi 



-620b, 16-6S11), 



■IS.-ib. 
16-123b. 
ISTER 1-2973. 



tea (Hcliodorus) 13- 

; 19-834b. 

' ' ' itlmis) 18-lld ; 



13-C37o; 2-447. 



18-lS8a. 

1.4 2-665a. 
14-201) ; ! 



9-890b. 
— (philosopher) 25-929o. 
AETIUS (physician) 1-2931 

1S-451); S-aiSd. 
AETIUS (Roman general) 

29Sc ; U-:iOa ; 13-2Sil 

Britons' letter 12-12c. 



Tille, Ky. 15-740 (B3). 



8-827d; 13-Hald ; 
^THELBERHT (of 

l-289b; 15-73.-.0 

9 -WOOd, 9-609a, 4-5 
-ETHELBERHT (of 

Saxons, II. 860) 

15.735d; 28-531C! 

469a. 
^Ltliolberh 

Dooms 

14-5 Il8d. 
^ETHELFLAED (Lady of th. 

! North 



.'Elhelheard (of Wesses) 

JSthelhcro (of East Anglia 

K27d ; 18-152a. 
/ETHELIKG (title) l-290a. 



*£$> 



Affa-nefius 
' Efcch.sw; 

footed e\ 



Michael : *« 
f. 
battle (1565) S- 

3. 14-714 (D4). 

,tle)l-87d. 



e Simiai 



Aliens; 

AJterden, Holl. 13-588 (D3). 

lymphatic vessel 17-166b, 

AFFIDAVIT 1-30(11) ; 21-1720; 

21-S07a. 
Adiliated centres 5-95d. 
AFFILIATION (law) l-300d ( 

:-S16d; 18-27a. 
AFFINITY (chem.) 1-H01c ; 
~ 33a ; 6-35o ; acids 6-SOa, 
!22a ; carbon atoms 27- 
31) ; Geoirroy's tables 11- 

AFFINITY (law) l-301b ; 17- 



Affleck, Scot. 1 see Au 

leek. 
.AflleriK, battlo (1S05) 7-6: 



AJTpuddle, JJoitet 9-420 (III. 
AFFRAY (la.w) l-301c; 23- 



Affrie, glen, Scot, 24-412 (D2). 
— , lake. Scut. 24-412 (D2). 
Aifiy, Adela fl" : see Colonna di 

Anion, Jin. 18-608 (F-02). 
AfKbana (fomidcr of Afghan 



12-428d. 
■ctolian league 
10-23ih ; Nobil 



orl9-724a; 
ll-449a. 
-121 (C2) ; 



l-314c, 3-:i04d; 



.t>10Ki-2-749bi 
ora 1-313C, 1- 
; geology and 



.1); population 1-31 Cd( 

-738d, 17-Bo'ic. ' 

■1-1/ l-314d ; Abdur 



11-923^; J 
relatione 1- 
; and Saddoz 



r. 12-440 (ES). 

sia 11. 14-C30d; 21- 

d. 9-126d. 

ms-th)3-Sle. 

ff, Mioiiacl 20-924d; 


Lyt'ton's policy 17-187ft; 
Moffiil di-nastr 1-315.1; 
Persian wars 21-233d, 21- 
240e,21-245a; n ShamsuddJi)'s 

1-37Jj; Turkoman dynasties 
1-31 fle. See also Afghan 


'th.)5-.^G0d. 
b. l-2a9d. 


AFGHAN TURKESTAN t- 
3 1 9b, 



AFGH-AGRO 



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; Roberta Z3-404b 



rab. 2-264 (D3>. 



iki (poet) 23-350d. 

na'du, Br.E.Af . 4-601 (C2). 
gnak, isl., Alsk. 1-172 (Hi). 

Lwyd* riv., Monm. 18-728c; 



Afram, riv.. Go. Get. 12-203 

(B3). 
Aframao, Go.Cst. 12-303 (B3). 
AFRAN1US, L. (Roman gen 

era!) 1.320a ; 4-965d. 
AFRANIUS. L. (Roman poet) 

" 3-259d. 



; 16-25! 
v. AOuiigha. 
ntinont i-320b; 

account 18-8 

ato l-332e ; cc 

i 17-618 '(flgs 

iditiou's l'-353d; 



l-MSe, 3-975d 



-10()0d;floral-323a, 



15-S63a; langus 
423b, 4-j_6d; i 



ll-635d; produo 



la, 11-allb, 27-602a, 26- 
iioZora (ion 1 - 3 3 2a; 1 - 3 5 2a; 



334b, l-351a. 8-329a 



— (BjtB Mahdia), cape, Tui 
Urica ' (Petrarch) 21-315: 



194e; ZO-687d. 
■,tio '(Leo) 16- 



y 15-100d : 15-1010. 



trade 28-3970. 



— Methodist Episcopal Zion 



— Veins, proy. l-3S9b. 

Afrion (wind) 6-809b. 

AFRIDI 1-361 d; 3-294b; Ian 
guage 22-669a; origin 8 
«94c; warsl8-619c,19-748h 
28-100 6a. 

Afrigha. tribe : set. Aonrigha. 



Afrikander (people) 
Afrikander, Christia 
— , Jar ' 



11-8 



Jonker 11-8021). 

" dec 'Bond 5-2 41c : 

5b; 25-177b. 

:rialis(,a 25-17 7d. 
(legendary king) 25- 

riy., Turk.As. 13-536 
: 2-130c; 20-327a. 
rlv., Tnrk.Aa. 13-536 

, int.. Fr. 8-269c. 
entale fraucaise : 
:h West Africa. 



-Su, 



(Al); 3-Slai 
Ifshara, tribe _ 

231b; 27-427a;i 
Ifshin (Turk. -- 

9-93d; 21-2 
Lfaos (poet) 13 
Lftab .fpoet): 



2-7 59c ; 21- 



AFTERGLOW 
14-328b. 



■569b;22-571d; 
ik bulkhead 24-960b. 



ftoti. Ark. 2-552 (Dl). 
-, la. 14-732 (C3>. 
-, 11 inn. 18-550 (E6). 
-, Okla. 20-58 (Gl). 



8-874 (B3). 
poch 12-59b. 
-. Spassky 2-320a. 



Afnr, int., Aby. 4 . . 

Afutu, Go. Cat. 12-204a. 
Afvafors, Hived. 19-SOO (E2). 
Afvayik. Swed. 19-800 (112). 
Afzar, dist., Peru. 10-190a. 
Afzelia 10- 5 65 a. 

— auatralis: see Johnstoi 

— biluga: see Vesi. 
AFZELIUS, ADAM 1-3 63c, 
— , ARV1D l-362d. 

— , Johau l-362e. 
— , Per af l-362d. 
Af.mil Khan (ot Afghanista 



, college, Pcr9. 24- 



Agftbus (blbl.) 21 



ia <zool.) 6-667b (fig.). 



Agaristldae 16-473b._ 



Agade. 
Asadcs, 
Agadio!] 
Agadir, 



Agai, Adolph 13-9 3 Ob. 
AGAIAMBO ( A gaiimh 



AGA KHAN I. l-3f 

241a. 
— Klian II. 1-3631). 



Aboil..... 
Agbosomi : 



Fr.W.A 

329d.- 



i Clifden, 6 th 
,14-376 (08); 



l-366d ; 12-191a. 



lophilus) 1-S66d. 



.Cst. 11-204 

AGDE, Fr. l-371d: 10-778 
(E6); council (51)6) 7-9l8d; 
fortress 5-942d ; synod 1- 

-ic&pe, Fr. 10-776 (F,5). 

Igdistis* 8:»86b :" see also 

lia M. 12-401C 



Agdluru. 
Agdus, 



19-67d; plank 
21 -7 25a. 
— , Elizabeth Car 



Fjord : 

Asia M. : 






population 



664b. 

i5-R64h 

25-665a 



,e 2-306d ; 

i-^c. rS 
s 14-273ii. 

14-14oo; 14-lfiOb. 
ATOLITE l-363c ; 2 
26-369b. 

Agama~( lizard) 16-821c; 2 

— roloiionim 16-5101). 

— stellio : see. Stelilon. 

Aga Mabonimcd 21-236b ; 
21-237h; 24-9S9e ; 26-507a. 
AuHmas 15-127o. 

AGAMEDES (myth.) l-363o. 

Agarneh, proy., Abv. 15-73d. 

AGAMEMNON (Greek hero] 
1-303C; 5-456d; oath 19- 
940c; Palamcdca ZO-594a ; 



arfish 9-3B70I 



M.il. 19-490 (D3). 






Ages, Va. 2 

-'«?' 

■ — (of elay) : see Weathering, 
'^el, tribe 14-740C 
- (Tnik. soldicre) 2-262b. 
Agelaorinldae 8-8791). 
AGELADAS (sculptor) l-373a. 

AgelaateB : sec Whito-necked 



, Fr. l-373b ; 10-778 



— Creek, riy.. Que 



378b, 19-lOlc. 



26-527c. 
ioll.;23-174i 



:36a 



AGATHARCHIDES l-370b. 
AGATHARCHUS (painter) 1 
370b; 12-4S2e; 20-4651); 25 



■ of Cnldna (liistoi 
Agatharohides. 
. .catbe, ST. : see. Ag 
AGATHIAS tr370e ; 
Agalllis (hot.) : see \ 
— irastralis : gee K« 
AGATHO (pope) 
722c; 18-734c 
Agathooleia 2-65; 



1-37 Co; 20- 



it., Sah. 1-320 (B3). 

Jaliyl.:' see Akkad. 

.wa, riy.,' Jap. 1S-15E 

Itaos) : see Agau. 
„e]ariisaarlesl5-lfl1h. 
hus : see African lily. 
l-;«4a; 9-872d 
n church 2-569b ; 

it' Brethren 11-77 



I. (pope) l-366b ; 



AGAPETAE l-3_66b._ 

A&APETUS il ( 
20-723b. 
II. (pope) l-366b ; 20-722d : 

Agap 



vationa 8-892e ; Timaens '■ 

977c. 
A Kathodes (of Thraee) ] 

181b. 
AGATHODAEHON (iriytli.) 



Turk. 27-42 



oy., Fr. l-373e; 



oy, la. 14-732 (E4). 



AGENT (diet) l-373d. 

Agent (in law) 22-349b; h 
kera and faolora 4-629u, : 
121b, 10-122b; Mines , 
16-17h; procuration 22-42 
sec also Principal agent. 



Agent de Change 1-3T30. ; 25- 

933e. 
Agonies In relMis l-373d ; 6- 

AGENT- GENERAL 1-3 7 4ft. 
Agentleum, Gaiil : see Sens. 
Agents (Eng. hist.) ; see 

de police ; see Gacdiena 



do la pi 

Age of C 



457 b. 



(Paine) 20- 

t" the deelinational in- 

lity 26-956b. 

le parallactic inequality 



&c. 



; Stcll 






is 17-7 



iy headed 

Agar," India 14-376 (GS) 

'748c. 

— , rlv., India 3-929d. 
Agar-agar l-597d. 
A GARDE. ARTHUR 1-3 6 6 c. 



Ind-O. 14-382 
Alsk. 1-172 (H5). 



■ .' i. "l! 



12- 



r-ElliB, 



Dove 



G. J. 

•e Gipsies. 
-3;-t4h ; 13- 
:rol 4-970o. 



Agave (legend) 21-134b. 
AGAVE (bot,i 1-MTlb; 

31 M; Mexican specie; 

321b, 18-325b; pulque ii 



, , ,„.. 8-21 (C3). 

;erola T if. 15-4 (C7). 
jor privates 23- 531 d. 

— publicns l-383a; 10-M9c ; 
a-531d! 23-824d. 

— quacstorius 1-3S3C. 
Ageraii, isl.,' Baltic : see Ag. 

AGEBANDER 1-37 £b. 
Agcsiclcs : see Agasicles. 
A E esilau3 (une-le of Agis III.) 
1-37 7a. 

, AGES1LAU5 II. <i- 

374b; 25-612b; 28-8880. 
. Agesraolis 17-605d. 



1- 






■gariste (daughter ot ( 

thonea) l-524a. 
- (mother of Pericles) 21- 145 a. 



— , Mass. (Hampdi 
"52 (H2); 28-56 
riv., Mass. 17-8- 



Agglestone Book 3-207b ; 8- 

43 id. 
AGGLOMERATE (geol.) 1- 



AGGLUTINATION (path.) ; 

178b) 4-S3b. 
— (psych.) 1-3 T5b. 
Agglutinative languages 2: 

423a. 
AGGRAVATION (diet.) 1-375 
Aggregata (zool.) 6-618a. 
Aggregatae (bot.) 2- 14a. 



13 3-1 73d. 

eee also Mimic 



I31d. 
Aghada,Ire. 14-744 (C5). 
— , Lower, Ire. 7-169 (mapl. 
— , Upper, Ira. 7-159 (map). 
AghadCs, Sab_ : see Agades. 
*"-Ho,dir, Hor. : see Agadir. 

doe. Ire. 14-144 (B4) ; 15- 



13d. 



Aghnei, Hajji Mirs 
Agliatcb. Dcnizi. 



Aghaviller, Iro. 15- 

Aghelad, riv., N.Af. 27-289b. 
Ajhla, mt, Iro. 14-744 (02) 

geology 8-113b,14-744c 
Aghlab l-331e. 
Aghlabite dynasty 1-331C i S' 



<<i. 



a 9-Dlb [ Tn 



Aghkisun, TIL. Turk. A 

(D4): « "-"'■ 

— Dagh, v 



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Instructions given on Page I. 

TlO-645b. Aenolo, Baceio d'lsce Baecio AGRAM(ZaK 

— 71, r 10.flir.Ti. d'Aguolo. ' """ 

letro d' 7- 960 



AGITATORS (( 
"lib; 7-489 



rellia: 



14-15 sd (fig.). 

aia 14-1401); 14 



6-21IJ1). 
Liguillette. 

A NT ON 101- 
142a; 3-315a. 
,to.It.: church 2-39: 



i d 1 , Algidus Mon 
", It. 26-242 (14). 



— (mollusc) 11- 5 16b. 
Asm, Mor. 18-851 (C4), 
—.cape, Mor. 18-851 ( 



27.1007a. 
AGNANO, LAGO DI, lake. 
l-377dj 15-1 (B6); orij 



., Asia M. 15.102b. 

.., t) 27-4331). 

Aghoris (sect) 10-136d} 13- 

50Sb. 
Aghormi, Egy. 25-103c 
Aglirera Baua Saad, Alg. 1- 

616b. 
A'Cliriama, Lake, Scot.: Set 



:iadae25-S10d:i 

iaEatrina ~ 

.akevi, 



. 1-643 <B2); 
a M. 21- 



-Pai 



p~ 7-697.1. 

). 7-60 8 a. 

Agias (Hagias) ia-SOSb ; 13- 

••A(Cla^"(statue)12-488d; 17- 

181c. 
Agia Triads: see Hagia Triad 
Agigea, Rum. : see Adjidja. 
Agif Deka : see HagliW 

and Gortyna. 



'Agila (Visigoth 1 ) 25.539(1. 
Agilbert (lip.) 28-64 Od. 
Agiles, Raymond d' (Aiguille) 



Aginardus : see EiuharcL 
Aginnourt, Serous a' 5-4903. 
Agineourt, isL. Jap. 15-15G 

(CI 4). 
"Agineourt" (battleship) 24- 

892c; 24-905a. 
AGINC0URT, BATTLE OP 1- 

37.1dt 9-512d; 10-822b i 

slaughter ol prisoners 15- 

860a. 
—,Kr. 10-778 (B1V 



AGIRA (San Filippo d'Agirc 
AEyrium). Slo.l-376c j 15- 
(RS); 13-316S. 



AG IS (locendary 
Sparta)V376e;l 



>3d. 



ssib. 
■14) ; 1-7: 



AGOBARD 1- 

(E-Fo). 



AGONAL I A i- 



iclikoi 26-729d. 



AGNATES 1-3 



!t (of Bret 



-(of Bohemia) 13-27DO 
-<c( Brandenburg) 4-420, 

- (of Burgundy) 15-440b. 
-(empress) 13-27 4c; 11-8; 

13-275b; 12-569U. 

- (of Ilababurg) 15-450b- 

- (of Hesse) 15-459a. 
— (of Mansfcld) 11.546b. 

OFMERAN)l-378a. 



Agiicw (sheriffs) 25-0833 i 



(3d; 19-139b; 



AGONIC LINES 1 



AGORA 1-3; 

— , Athens 
(map); ; 



3-170d. 



AGNI (god) 1-: 
4-385a; Id 
fi71b, 4-381o 



jay, P.Is. 21-392 (Hi). 

-iV., Tt. 1-1SS1). 

riv., P.Is. 16-729a; 21-3 



AGNOETAE 1-3 



:ist) 13. 
; 18-73: 



AGNOIOLOGY l-37Sd; 10- 



tnonte, A. 28-1630 ; 28- 

tnimt, Sp. 25-530 fF2). 
pha, nits., Turk. 17-21Sb ; 
__.430b. 
AGRAPHA (Christ's sayings; 



AFGH-AGRO 



tonio peoples 28-6821) : Trip- 



scial Implementsundei 



raphk 



%. Lex ' 



'med.) : 

; 1-J8 . 
■n 14-0: 



idit bunka : 

._ = il banks. 

AGRARIAN LAWS (Ron 
- ' , ,83a; Caesar 4-95 
lyoehl 23-B37h ! Ni 
■393d [ 



( (Gcr 



SOld. 



Agreement (I 
Agroll, Alfhil 



■234b. 

n. hist,) 11- 

lan, L.20-5I5b. 

F. CORONEL, 

am)': see Iimaa. 

am.) 10 -4 3d. 

26- a i! b. 

riv.. It, 15-26 



LUDWIG i- 
b;6-34b;19- 



<' life 26 -3 45 d. 



;nt of, Canada, B- 
snt of, Ireland i 



Scotland, Society of Ira* 

rcrs in the knowlcdgo 

-393a. 

itional Board of 1-39 flb 



2-839d; tribal st 

—.Corinth 7-1 48b. 
— , Olympia20-aCd, 
AGORACRITUS l-381a; 

Artemis 20-9 64, 
aa2-S2Sa. 
i *ce Hermes and 

-«>MI l-381a. 

AGORDAT, N.E.AL l-38Ia : 
" 74Ba; l-a4a. 
•do, It., co]>per mines 7- 

:i lthas, India 14-376 (K7). 

:o,mt.,Ugan. 27-557 (CI). 

.-opholila 19-4281). 

A^osta. O. : "" 



see Nciv Bloon 
„ Mad.Ia, 17-2S 



AGOSTINO, PAOLO l-3Slb. 
AGOSTINO DA SIENA l-3Blb. 
— diDuccio7-967d; 24-435d; 

2-4101). 
Agot.es: see Cagots. 
Agotine l-329d. 
Agoulenitsa, Gr. 12-424 (C3). 
AGOULT, M. 0. S, DE FLA- 



■sa, bay, Aeg.S. : see Na 
Fr. 10-778 (E6) 



91 3a. 
AGRA, India 

(G-nO); a: 

433o (PI.); 

139b i carp 

trtot and < 

Higb Court. 

Indian Mutinv 14-4fl0a, 6- 

718o; Kasht tiles 15-GSGd; 



jattle (1788) 4- 
ta 5-394a; dls. 
iyision l-382b ; 



-, JOHANNES 1-3 



-, MARTIN l-3S7b; 6-4: 
-, Michael 10-386J. 



15- 19 7a, 15-2 llib : 
,23-887 d. 
I (Ireland) 14-71 8<L 
Iren) Act (1873) 1- 

:c, Misa. 18-000 (D2) ; 

ic'N.Dak. 19-780 (H3). 

College, N.Mes.l9-f.20]DS). 
Department of l'rlvy Coun- 
cil 1-39 7 h. 
AGRICULTURAL GANGS 1- 

387d. 
— Kail, Lond. 14-S74b. 

Holdings Acl3l6-158b; 1- 



18-0 



Wifa.... 

1-397(1; of 1906 1- 



of 1 



442d. 



5S (Scotland) Acts 
; 16-1 59a. 
r (U.K.)^ 1-3S01) ; 

is27^ 



53(1872-; 



1 n ami) era 



1-413*0. 

— labourer (u.a.j 1-4. 

— Labourers' Union, ', 
2-342h. 

— Organization Society 1- 
39 lib. 

— RatB3Act(1896)l-397d;! 
78b. 

AGRICULTUREl-3SSa;Bab-f- 
lomanlaw3-117c: Berbers3- 
700a; Gato's treatise 5-5 35 a, 
ll-730h; Chinese works 6- 
227d: Cfolei-cian 6.393di 
classiealauthorsll.T3Sb;co- 
operatire 7-87c ; cultivated 
area In England and Wi'" 
l-701a; early statutes ref- 
lating 16- So ; Egypt (ancient) 
9-69h; HartliPs """1" ■**- 

179b ; Ireland (a 



S wisspasturage 1-7 : 



Id goat, 
24d; 23> 



Agriochocrus 27-4B7d. 
Agriodrilus 5-7 9 7a. 
Agrlollmax 11-5201). 
AGRIONIA l-124d ; 20-1 7 3a. 
Agrionldao 8-468b; larva 8- 

469d. _ 

Agrionlna 8-llfcj. 
Agriopbyllum ^olilouni 12- 

167bj 12-1673. 
Agriotes 28-739d. 
— lincatum 6-671d (flB->i &- 

890d. 
Agriotypinao 14-2 43a, 
Agriotypus 14-I79a, 
Agrip : sco Konunoa-tal. 
AGRIPPA (philos.) l-424d. 
— , Gains 2-9130. 
— , HEROD, I. l-425b ; 16- 

400a; data Of death 3-891d, 

1-42 5c. 
—.HEROD, IL l-425o; 18- 






i 2-91 3c. 



x 14-fl37a. 



-, M. VIPSANIUS l-425dj 
acueduets 2-241d ; map 
17-637h ; statue at Atheru 
2-840a; them 



AGRIPPINA, the "elder" 1- 
AGRIPPINA, the ** younger " 



Jgrippina (Handel) 12-911a. 
" Agrippina, tomb of." Bacol 
3-214b. 



Bacoll 
sib, Colonia, Gee. i 
5-4 30c 



AGRO-AJAS 

Agroha, India 14-376 (F5>. 



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AGUILAS, Sp. 1-42 8 d ; 25-530 
1LERA, VENTURA R. 1- 



Ahcnobarlius, Cn. Domi 

IN." DOMITIUS (32 
■430c ; 23-17uo : 33-47 
L. DOMITIUS (consul 



i Ahmed Bahr7-83Ib. 



AlmiBotl (myth.) 24-6: 



AHVAZ (Ahwf 



ALEXANDRE M. 



AHMAD B. HANBA] 



[CHINGER, CRECOH 



HMAD SHAH 



ICKIN, FRANCIS l-4S4d. 
-, JAMES 1-4 3 id. 



— , H. FRANCC 



AHHENS, F. H. 



AHMEDABAD, I 



IDE-DE-CAMP (ofQoer) 



AOUILAR <de la I 
AcuilUBB. Tex. 86-6! 



CN. DOMITIUS (tribune 



i. Ft. 10-118 IF4) 



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AIGUES-MORTES, Fc. 1- 



-. E. A. DE W. DU PLESSIS 
de Riehelieu, due d' i-436b ; 
16-49a; 10-34flb. 

-, MARIE MADELEINE, 

durhoBso d' l-4S6d; 22- 

.isuHlon, Ft. 10-778 (E5) ; 17- 
>M ; 25-7,i",c. 

,IGUN,Chimil-43ta; 17-533 



AIL5A CRAIG, 



Aihifc,isls., Pan. 0. 20-436 (GiT 



Aincto Sp. 25-530 (El). 



^.inhurdua : see Emhar 



. HARRISON ; 



AIR-ENGINE 1-4 43c 
AIREY, RICHARD, 



if, Scot.: see Kir 



r-lift pump 14-1 



UBY, SIR GEORGE B. 



MADEMOISELLE 



AGRO-AJAS 

AITZEMA, LIEUWE VAN I- 



JX-LA-CHAPELLE, i 



■AR, SIR SHESHADRI ; 
SIR* TIRUVARUH 1-451 



'ON, WILLIAM 



AJAT-ALBA 

Ajatasatru (of MaeeHa) 3-854 & ; 

AJAX (soil of Oileus) l-452a ; 

20-lila: 13-374d. 
AJAX (son of Telamon) 

l-452a : 12-477b ; 18-105d ; 

28-H44c 
Ajax, Ala. 1-460 (B4). 
Ajax(bot.) 19-2380. 
Ajax (Sophocles) 25-426b. 
'' Ajax " (battleship) 24-8940. 
AJeho, China : see A-she-Ho. 
Ajello, Matthew of ; si 

Matthew d' Ajello. 
Ajeraka, India 14-376 (GG). 
Ajerau, Ate. 1-643 (A2). 
Aji, riv., India 14-37G (D8) : 

15-6953. 
— , riv,, Jap. 20-344a. 
AJI (bot.l: set Chile popi 
Aji Chai, riT., Pers. 21 

(Al); 21-189(1. 
Aji-darya, gulf, CAaia : 

Kara-boghaz. 
Altearta (legend) 24-162d 

AJigasawa, Jap. 15-156 (!■• 

Ajinour Steppe, Cauo. 23-374 

(II. E3>. 
Ajir. cape. Tun. 1-643 (D2) 

27-28Se. 
Ajishima, Isl., Jap. 16-156 



Ajlania, Arab. 12-7993. 
Ajlun, Pal. ZO-B02 (D4). 
— . dist., PaL 20-002 (D4-3) ; 

12-170. 
— , mts., PaL 20-603 (D4) ; 

12-17h. 
—.riff.. Pal. 12-17b, 
Ajman. tribe 3-6230 : 13-49a. 
AJMERE (Ajmir), India 1- 

452e; 14-376 (F6) ; Hah- 

mud ot fihazni 17-398d: 



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pmj, India 26-1360. 

riz. 2-544 (B3). 

!., Ariz. 2-544 (B3). 



Ajuea 13-768b; 

55 lb. 
— chamaepitya i 



.Aiwa, „.„, 

AJza (rel.) 17-41 8b. 

Ak (Baby'loniai 

-/tribe fshanj 



Tndia 3-418a. 

(pundit). 



.j 1-436(L, 
'a captures 
s comiuest 



2-364 (B2); 8; 119a. 



kadefnie <fer Wissensehaftan 
'" srtln) 1-98(5. 

f Wiwenschatteu (Mi 



454a ; 14-376 (I'tt). 
Akahito (poet) 15-169a. 
Akaiusha: see Achaeans, 
Akaketa, Herrnca 13-3690. 
Aka Khel, tribe l-361dj 1- 

;!62b. 
Akohia (Voltaire) 28-2021). 
Akakus, mts., N.Af. 27.289c 
Ak-alan, Asia M. 23-605b. 
Akalia (Sikh class) 25-87a 

14-420O ; 22-8920. 
Akalkot, India 14-382 (Gil) ', 

l-454a. 
AKALKOT, state, India 1- 



kuf. 



19-487 
8{B-C4>. 

N.Z. 19-624 (D5): 



ten 



19-629E.. 

-, bay. N.Z. 19-624 (D5). 

-, harbour, N.Z. 19-624 (Di 
Akas, tribe 1-4 5 4 a. 
Akasa (Hindnism) 13 -5 08 a. 
Akasaka, Jap. 26-1 048b. 
Akaaaki, Jap. 15-106 (119). 
Akasha, Sud. 26-9 (C 

batt.le{1896)9-128b. 
Akashi, Jap. 15-156 (19). 
" Akashi " (cruiser) 24-912d. 
Akasaa (Akasa), Nig. 19-678 

(B5) ; i9-679d; battle (1895) 

4-433C. 
Akatani, Jap. 2-651b. 
Akathankelos : see Agath- 

angelus. 
Akato-tagh, mts., Tib. 6-168 

(E2) ; 15-939(1. 

Akazais, tribe 4-24b. 
Akazome Emon (author) 15- 

220a. 
Ak Baba Dagh, nit.. Arm, 

2-565 (CD. 
Ak-baital, riT., 



, India 14-373 



teeture 14-4330, 
calendar 13-500a i 
factory 5-395b ; 
19-flOfld i Fatchpu 



15-428a; pilgrimage l-45i 
- — II. (Mogul emperor) : 
— Khan (Afghai 



6-168 (Bl): 12-J6fib. 
Akber : see Akbar I. 
AKCHA, Afg. 1-454(1 ; 1-307 

(CI). 
Ak Chai, Turk.As. 2-760 (C4) : 

Ak-Chehir, Turk.As'. : see Ak- 

Akda, Arab. 19- 3 5 lb. 
Ak-dasth, C.Asia: see Ektal. 
Ak Bngh, mt., Tork.As. 2-780 
<C4). 



Ak-rlenelilz, lak 



Akcbia 13-7 73d. 

Akebono Sltimbun 15-171a. 

" ' ' ""■ ' " (general) : 



Akcic; 



<.e Mib 



i. 21- 1 



5(B2). 



Go.Cst. : see Akim, 
Akeman Street, Brit. 4-£: 

<CG): 4-589a. 
Aken, Heln van S.T20O. 

Bosch? jSome. 
Aken, Ger. : see Ais-Ia-Chap- 

elle. 
AKEfi, Sax. 1-454A; 1 

AKENSBDE, MARK 1-454(1 ; 



— , rir.. Nor. 6-279(1. 
Akerhlad, J.B. 9-57b. 
Akerito 18 -S 02a. 
Akerkuf, Turk-As. 2-3740 ; 



Akerman, Hus 



Akhal, Rui 



lenidao 



l-6^8a. 



_ -...._ _., 23-874(11. 

C3); 26-966(1. 
Akhal Khorasnn Boundary 

Convention 21-lSila. 
Akhal-tekkcs, tribe ! 

TokkoB. 
AKHALTSIKH, Cane. l-455d ; 

23-874 (C3); battle (1828] 

23-9 3 la. 
— , mts. Cane. 23-E74 (II. C3) ; 

5-54 7 a. 
Akliawan, N.Af.j battle (944) 

10-2 03c. 
Akhay Kumar Datta 

Datta, Akhay Kumar 



13-21 8a. 
-,mt.,Trip.7-703o; 7-T05b. 
-, mts., Arab. 2-264 (114) 



Mor. 18-851 (D3) 



Akhetaton, Egy. t 



Akhlat feelat). Arm.' 
(B2); 18-T13b! 24-01 

Akhma, mts_ Turk.As 
305 (A-Bl) i 26-300a. 

AKHMIM, El - '-" 

40 (B2); Co 

white monastery 18- 6 8 8a 
Gospel of Peter 2-174b 
2-180b. 

Akhmlmin (dialect) 9-5 9b, 

Akhnasite (sect) 17-42:ia. 

Akho, Caue. 23-874 (II. C3). 

Akh-nn, pass, Cano. 5-552(5. 

Akhay Mr, lake, Cuuc. 23-87^ 
(II. F3). 

Akhta. Cauo. 23-874 (II. S3) 






(OudhS , 

j .. .! i . i .; 



Akbty, road, Cauo. 5-553b. 
Akhtyar, Rik>s. : see Bovaa 

topol. 
AKHTYRKA, Euss. l-456o 

23-874 (I. El). 
Akhulgo, Grao. 5-549d. 
Aklitmd Uarweza (poet) 1 

311d. 
Akhyana 4-74fid. 
Akhyar, mt,, Syr. 16-347b. 
Akl (Japanese empress) 15' 

15-150 (H10). 

"-- - --Geii 

24-( . . 



Akanthou, Cyprus 7-696 In 
Akauyarn, riff., E.At. Ifr 
(B-CS)i 19-6fl4a. 



Akersffilic, Ky. 15-740 (C4), 
Ak Ge.il, lake, Turk.As. i 
| 160 (E4) j 2-758D. 



Akin, Colo. 6-752 (B2). 
— , 111, 14-304 (D6). 
Akinetes (bot.) l-588d. 
Akinfarm, Ark. 2-552 (C3). 
Akiriiisl5-151a ; 27-449b. 
Aldus, Okla. 20-58 (G2). 
Aklnsffllle. Mo. 18-608 (D3). 
Akir,Pal.2O-602(B5' " ''" 



m (Yomba king) 16-7 



Ikka, Mor. 18-851 (C-D4); 18. 
853a. 



Ai-sblryak, mta., GAaia. 26- 
n, 19d. 
aobhya (myth.) 1B-293C 
~i, Aby. : see Axum. 



AKKAD, Babyl. l-457a ; . 

I02c; Babylonian theory 18- 

lSUbi eonstellaUon system 

7-lld. 
Akkadian lansuage : eee Sumcr 

and Sumerian. 
Akka Kuf, Turk.As. i see Akcr- 

j,mt.,Syr.l6-346d. 
v., Syr.l6-346d, 
.shiarsM l-429d, 
; ya, caves, ltuss. 15-6JTO. 
;ya Kumar Datta: see 



Akkcpolle Gat, 

13-588 (Ci ). 
AKKERI 



it, Hon. 

23-874 ~(X*B-C3) J 



AKSU, Chir. 

(CI) i Jagatoi dynasty 18- 

717a; trade routes 27-424a, 
— , riff., China (to desert) 6- 

108 (C2); 27-420 (E4). 
— , riff., Russ.As, (to Balkasb 

lake),3-202a. 
— , rly., Russ.As (to Panj) I see 

Hurghab. 
— ,riy., Turk.As. (to Adalla 

Bay), 2-760 (D4) : see also 

Cesti'us. 
— , riv., Turk.As. (to Adhem) 

-, riv., Turk.As. (to Black 
Sea) 2-565 (B4). 
-, riv., Turk-As. (to Jihun)Z- 
760 (G4); 2-758b. 
Aksuaf, lako, Russ.As. 27-420 

(C2). 
Ak-su-darya, riv. (to Tar 



1S-15S (05); 
-156 (05)J28- 



akko, aisr., ir'ai. i * 
AliKoiyunlii : s^ej* 
Akknmi, Iloll. 13-5 
Ak-kum, C.Asia : I 



■8 (CI). 
21-22Sb I 



Ak-Kuym 

2-566b, 
Akl (Mahommedanlsra) 17- 

421d. 
Akmangan, mt., Cauc. 23-S74 

(H.U3); 5-5l7a; 5-55' 
Ak Mechet, Kuss. 23-87 

114). 
Akraolinsk, Russ.As. 27-420 

am; l-457d. 
AKMOLINSK, coyt., Russ.J 

* '----• — '"'■" 'D-E2). 



— , Ni* 19-678 (E2). 
Akobo, riv., Aby. 1-83 (mapl ; 
19-693 <C6); l-84d I "" 



.__ (Bl)i 26-43 7<£ 

Aksum, Aby : see Axum. 

a (ot Ni06ul ) 7-531a 

1, Egy. : see Lnxor. 
, Enss.As. 25-10 (C3). 

Ak-Taghhik, tribe ! eee "White 

Mountaineer. 
Attains Apollo 2-1 85b. 
Ak-teush, CAsia 14-3TG (Fl). 
Aktistetael8-733b. 
Aktuba, riy„ Russ. 15-317S. 
";tyubi)isk, Russ.As. 23-872 

(15); 27-420 (B2); 27-415a. 
Aku, tribes : eee Yoruba. 

Akuaia, lake.Alg.: eeeSebkha. 
Akuftma (Barotse chief) 16- 

519d. 
Akukaf a, Turk.As. : tee Aker 

kuf. 
Akum, Afg. : see Akun, 
Akumishima, lsl., Jap. 15-150 

(E13). 
Akun, Afg. 15-631d. 
— ,isL, Aleutian Is. 1-479 

(D5j. 
Akunakuna, tribe l-329d ; 19- 

5-156 (G10). 



— , dist., India l-458a; 

681c. 
Akontae : see Coniugatae. 
Akorninarmint, Green. 12-543 

(F5). 
Akot, India 14-382 (G9). 
Akoten, Jap. 15-156 (A-B 
Akpa (dialect) 3-357d. 
Akyatok, isl., Can. 5-1 60 (CJ3). 
Alrposso, tribe 2- , "'"- 
Akra, Go. Cst. : 



!8(C2);14. 
03 (03); 12- 



204o. 
' ' sokishima, isl., Jap. 15-150 



472 (1*>5 



i, Aleutian 
iily)5-112c 



l,Jer 

i-.. 

— , mts., Turk, 

] 30c. 
Akra (dialect) : » 



ml7-l 



s. 26-31 



;2- 



Akrcyri, Ice. : see Akureyrt. 
Akritas, cape, Gr. : eee Gallo, 
Akritas, Apollo 2-185b. 
Akrokerri, Ash. 12-20M (B3). 
Akron, Ala. 1-460 (B3). 

— ;ia.l4-732"(A2).' 
— , Ind. 14-422 CK-2). 
— , Mich. 18-372 (GO). 
— , N.Y. 19-596 (H2). 
AKRON, 0.1-458a: 20-26 (G2). 
— , Pa. 21-106(06). 
Akropong, Go.Cst.12 

B3); 12-204C. 
Akrostomnm 19-361a} 19- 

365o: 19-360(1. 
Akrotlrl, bay, Cyprus 7-G96 

— .peninsula, Crete 7-418 (Bl): 



Aksai, Rubs. 8-406b. 
Ak sai, riv., Tnrkest. 

Aksn. 
Aksaichin, region. C.A 



Lsvamu, tribe 1-3 

-, 19-6' 

,., Go-Cat. 12-203 
53 j : i-i^5b. 
tribe 12-204a; 1-329& 
IfAB, Bur, i-458o ; 4-34(1 
.J4). 

Akylaa Onkclos : see Onkelos, 
Akylas. 

Al (Elcalah), Pal. 20-602 (D5) 

— , Swed. 26-190 (CI). 

Al (dyo) ! see Aal. 

— (chem.) 6- 39b. 

"a, Arab. 2-264 <C3) i 13- 
217o; 14-020o; inscriptions 
23-057a, 
, AU8. 3-4 (B4). 
, mts., Sard. 15-4 (B4). 
, mts., Syr. 26-306a. 
, riv., Aby. 25-379 (B2). 

_^a. (abhrov.) t see Alabama, 

ALA (diet.) l-458d. 

Ala ad-daulat 21-244d. 

Alabama, N.Y. 19-590 (B2). 

ALABAMA, rfv., U.S. l-465db 
1-400 (B3). 

ALABAMA, state, U.S. 1' 
459a j 1-460 (map); agricul- 
ture l-459d, l-420a; coji' 
produotiou 27-6413; com. 
meroo and Industries l-460b, 
7-264d, 7-294a ; geology 9- 
Pnot . ^ l-460d. 



B-767b, : 



, list c 



:, 23-395o; 



Akse: 






1. 2-760 (F3): 



Akshi.... ,....,„ _. 

Aksbaya «*ron.) 13-494(1. 
AK-SHEHR, Tlirk.As. l-458b ; 

2-76(1 (1)3). 
— Gcul, lake, Turk-As. 2-760 

(D3). 



Iiistory l-462b, ll-755d, 1- 
824d; iron output 27-643a; 
newspapers 19-571d ; uni- 
versity 1-461 d, 24-614a. 

— , tribe 7-401a. 

" Alabama " (ship) 24-901b. 

Alabama City. Ala. 1-460 (CI). 

— P^rt, Ala. 1-460 (A5). 

"ALABAMA " A RB1TR ATION 
l-464o; 27-709aj 27-718ai 
10-86d. 

Alabareh (titlo) 3-7693, 21- 



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instructions given on Page 1. 



ALABASTER, 


WILLIAM 1- 


Alabaster, Mich 


18-372 (05) 


ALABASTER 


(syp&urn) 1- 






— (oriental) 1 








— coral i-407a 




— onys : nee 


uy i -marble. 


Alabastrunt 1-i 


lie : 12-98b. 


Alalia!, isl., 


P. Is. 21-392 


(C-D3). 




Alabuga, riv., O 


Asia 26.303c. 


Alaca, II end. 5 


11 >S (G3). 



Alachua, Co., Fla. 10-540 

(I>2). 
— Sink, Fla. 11-3383, 
ALACOQUE, MARGUERITE 



isl., Peru 21-2661). 



Ala Dash. 

(Adana) 2-i 
-Dagl,, ml 



(CI); 9-104b; 



Aladan 
Aladanil 



Alaga 



Alalia. 
lS-2b. 



It. 26-212 (D5) ; 
lv.,Fr. 10-778 <F5); 
Alasoes, 'Bra7. 4-140 (K4) ; 

ALA GO AS, 

407c; 4-4 
Alagoinhas, 

3-21 Ob. 
AlagGn, Sp. 



; 4-446a. 



Alagt 



MiV' 



<B3): 



•.12-110 (D4). 
_.., Cauc. 23-871 
(II. D3>; 9-74Ka. 



ALAIN DE LILLE 1-4670., 



(62a) 10-836c, 13' 
.sia M. 24-6I0d. 



>e 26- 9 65b. 

. (sultan) 4-6si( 
• 43a; 28-937c. 



(HI); 11-451 
15-94.ib. 
Ala-Kul, lake. C 
27-420 (I 



C.Asia 24-617d; 
a 24-0171 



urkeat. 



Alalbed, lake, 
2-S28d. 



Alam al din Sinjar 9-100c. 



.LUlGjf l-4l>Sc; 14-903d. 
— , Pictro2-723u; 7-471d. 
ALAMANNI, tribe 1-1681) ; 

23-S49 <C2) ; 26-20d ; Aur- 



Cons 



s 11-7 



.lorus 7-Ilb ; 
__ ._)a, i3-l(i«o; 

8-doOd. ll-832c; 

J.'ranki*h wars 2S-176a, 28- 
857d; Helvetia overrun 
13-254b; Italy invaded 18- 
241d, ll-831o ; laws 11- 
775(1 ; Pippin of Herlst.al 
21-G3Sa;_Probus 23-654d 

654b; 






ivaded 2 



am-ayahu (o( Abyssinia] 

i-92d. 
ALAMBAGM, 1-1681 ; battle 

(1757) 14-440d. 
AMmbra, Cyprus 7-698a; 7- 

cda, Ala. 1-460 (B4). 

ALAMEDA, Cal. l-4G8d ; 5-8 
<B3). 

-, Can. 24-225 (B3). 
-, N.Mcs. 19-520 (D2). 
-, Kan Francisco 24-146a. 
— Co. B-8 (C3). 

(le la Alhanibrar see Al- 



— , riv,, iN.iviex. i' v^i)- 

ALAMOS DE BARRIENTOS, 
laltusar 1-40 9a. 

,moso, riv., Colo. B-722(D4). 

,inota, Kan. 15-654 (B2). 

,mpur, C.India 4-797b, 
India 14-382 (G12). 

■mason, Camer. 5-110 (B4). 

.muchee, Ala. 1-400 (A3). 

.mut (Persian ruler) 21- 



(abbot) 26-8870. 



, _ . 1093) 23- 

5-99a ; 19-74Ga. 
-(Niger, d. 1146) 23- 30 Ob ; 

28 -935b. 
— (de Percy): see Percy, A3i 



— (de Porrhoet) : see Zoucho, 
300b ; 23-308i 



Alan de. 

28-928d. 
— (de Kijpejss 

9-302C. 
Alan, riv.. Cor: 
Ala.nd, Swed. 2 
ALAND, Jals., 

23-872 (A- 

Alando, Samb 



| Alange, Sp. 26-530 (B3). 



ALANI, tribe l-469e ; 
empire 23-B49 (( 
276b; nuns' conq 
933a ; Media and 
21-2180 ; Moslem t 

va'dod' 23-6 



(Sanskrit 
14-382 



tin :' scc'lnuiin. 
isulano) 



18-372 (F4). 
1-460 (Al). 
.At. 1-1 7 4a. 



El. 

Alanyl-ali 



Alapaha, G 
AlapalH, In 



, (Brahman) 4-7 

,_i|; '6-365b. 
ALARCON, HERNANDO DE 

DE 1-4 

la; Mo 

ith2G-l 

. PEDRO ANTONIO DE 1- 
469d; 25-587b. 
Alareon, Sp. 25-530 (D3). 
Alarcos, Sp. l-715c ; 2S-545a. 
ALARD, JEAN DELPHIN 1- 



,)ll-fll6a; 1-S5b. 
3 1. l-470b; 12-273b 
lanus' epic 6-464a ; i 
e 9-262d, 25-613b; i 



yer)21-91< 
I (U.S.) i 



Ala-shan, desert, C.Asia 

167c ; 12-168b. 
ALA-SHEHR, Asia'M. 1-4 

2-760 (C3); 2-758c ; 

517b. 
Aiashgerd, plain. Arm. B-f 



718a; larceny laws 16-211b ; 
minerals 15-123C, 21-80fla ; 
populationi-476c; revenue 
l-476b; volcanoes 28-18Ud. 
ALASKA, gull, Alsk. 1-472 
(H-K4). 
--*- Alsk. 1-472 (G3); 1- 

886a'' 
1-47 5a. 



473s 



i. Alsk. 1-4 



Alaska > 



___..3ka c " 
Alaska 
776b. 
Alaska foslO-769b, 

Alaskitc21-57b.' 

Ala spuria : see Bastarc 

ALASSIO, It. l-478a; 

lastah-Crotach: see Mi 
Alas teir. 
ALASTpRJmyth.) 1-47 



Alatri, It. 15-4 (D4) ; 1B-1 



Skylark ; 

sd 

Alaudae (legion) 23-47 

■la-uddln "-■ ' ' 

in. 



7-SiSd ; 
924b; l-315i 

— Kaikobad : see Kaiko 

— KaQtosrau ! see KaCti 
~- Kkiljil4-401d; Chit( 

13-485a; torn" '" '" 

— Mahommed ; 
med. 

— , pasha 9-1 

Alaudidi 



■mb 14-4 



142 b. 



ills. Hi 

Alauna, Fr. : sec Talogj 
— , Scot ; see Allan. 
—, riv., Brit. : sec Al 

Alaunue, riv., anc. 
Alyn. 



, =apo. Wash. 28-354 (Al), 
ALAVA, prov., Sp. l-478c 
25-530(1)1); 3-485a. 

Alavivus' (Visigoth) 13-9'33b. 
Alavo, Fin. 23-872 (B3). 



Maya, Asia M. 6-3G5b. 
Alayor, Sp. 2H-530 (H3). 
Alayrac, N. d' : eee Dalayrac, 

N. 
Alazsn, riy„ CaTIO, 23-874 



AJazones, tribe 21-875b ; i 

526b. 
Alb, riv., Swibi. 23-240d ; 

ALB (vestment) l-479a ; i 

ALBA,' F. A. DE TOLEDO, 

duke of : eee Alva. 
-■ - 1S-4(B2). 



ALBA, It- l-470d ; __ 
— , Mich. 18-372 (F5). 
— , Mo. 18-608 (B4). 
— , Pa. 21-106 (12). 
— , Tex. 26-600 (M3). 
Alba [dawn BOnK) : see A 
Alba, L' (Journal) 16-64 
ALBACETE, Sp. 1-4801 



1-472 (map); boundary ar i 
tration (1903) l-177c, . 
164b; Canadian concessi ■ 
B-161b ; climate l-474b ; t 
production 27-041d ; ci™ 
merce and industries 1-4750 ; i 
costumo 7-224d; Eskimos 

l-471d;' fisheries arbitra 

652e, 10-656b ; seolo^r H 
312d. 8-127b ; glaciers 12 
61b ; gold and silver output 

ment l'-470d; history 1- 
177a, 3-775c, 24-734d, 27- 



AJAT-ALBA 



Albalia, Isaac l-732o. 



m (Jewish cipher) 7-565d. 

ALBAN, ST l-481a ; 23-401d. 
■" an, Fr. 10-778 (1-6). 

hiUs, It. 15-4 (F2); 1- 



(PL IU. fig. 2). 



Albane (chem.) 12-744b. 
Mbanences: see Cathars. 
lbaneston.Herts.; see Cashio 
(hundred). 

lbani, Alcssandro 13-295d. 
-, FRANCESCO 1-4811). 
-.Giovanni Francesco! see 
dement XI. 
- MADAME 1 - 431b ; IS- 



ALBANIA^, dist., Cauc. l-4Slc; 

23-648 (G2). 
ALBANIA v dist : ,Turk.l-481d; 

7's0b ™ insur" 
lection (1909) 27-464o; 



Italo-Aus 



s 15- 



Albanlan AJps, Turk. : see 

Proklotia. 
— Church Z-570a. 

■ language l-485c; 14-495b ; 

14-326a ; dictionaries 8- 



E^jptjan aoldiery 9-38e, 9- 

107ft, 8-I10b. 
Albani Collection, Borne 23- 

612d. 
Albano, Francesco ; eee Albani 
Albano. Colo. 6-722 <F3). 
— , It. 15-4 (F2) ; bishopric 15- 

18a, 7-187a, 6-321d: cats- 

combs 5-49 9 d. 
— , Va. 28-118 (D2). 
• — , lake ; see Alhanns Lacus. 



lopohs, Turk, l-483b. 
aum (diet.) l-480d. 
" (maesL Fayrfax) 



y 15 -5c, 16-2 69a. 



-, J. STEWART, t 
488c J 24-442d. 

-.LEOPOLD G. D 
of l-488d; 25-24 

-, LOUISE M. C, ( 
1-4S9a; 25-159c. 



-,M. £ 



f 24- 



439d, 
— R. STEWART, duke o 

4B7d; 24-438c. 
Albany, Can. 1B-83I (B2). 
— , Cape Col. 5-238b. 
ALBANY, Ga. 1-4890 ; 11 ... 

(B4) ; cotton trade 7-267b. 
— , 111. 14-304 (B2). 



1- 



■752 



i. 18-550 (C5). 
18-608 (HI). 
If, N.Y. l-489d ; 19- 



-, Pa. 21-106 (L4). 
-, Tax. 26-690 (H3). 
-, Vt. 19-490 (C2). 



ALBA-ALOIE 



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instructions given' on Page i. 



l-491b: 2- 

gy 28-539C ; 
ies 28 -5* 2a. 

:'-487c. 



— , Wis. 28-7*0 
ALBANY, YiV"., Ci 

s-ieo <n-s); 20-U4 ic-r 

— Center. Vt, 19-190 (C2). 

— Co., N.Y. 19-306 (Ul 
F-G3). 

— Co., Wfo. 2S-8 
Albany and Hudi 



■ 4830 



4 (G4). 



y Hegen 



Iba Poiupeia, It. 15-26 <B2) 
1-barbet' (iniis.) : em Bar 

lharda'i : see Jacob Ba-ra^ 

daeus. 

Ibareda. J. L. 27-857c. 
Iba Kesalis (Jterfia), Hung 

see Szekosfehervar. 
Ibarelio (ceramics) 5-7 36b. 
Iliares, S p. 25-530 (D2). 
Ibariue, tiv., Fr. 15-567b; 1- 



(E2); 26-6G3d; 2! 



■ p. 25-51 

S-saTc. 

18- 165c. 
ina 17-553 



ALBATEGNIUS 1-4 



1.0.1-320(0). 
a. 26-438 (Al). 
'5.19-487 (Q3). 



— , prov., P.Is. 21-392 (D-E4). 
Albaycin, Sp. : see Albaioin. 
AJbtiEta, Russ.As. 25-10 (113); 

l-899d; 12-226b. 
Albe, It. 15-4 (D3). 
Albear, Francisco do 13-77b. 
Albcck: battle (1805) 19-217d. 
ALBEDO (diet.) l-492a. 



f l-492d; 
arl of 13. 



-, G. Monk, 1st dnl 



Monk, 
— , II. Fitzjar 



duko of Albe- 
itular duk« 



Albemarle. La. 17-54 <BI). 
■-, N.C. 18-772(115!): 19-77Sa 
— , jsl., S.Ani. 25-486 (A4); 11. 

— ,' pt.,R.C. 25-. 103d. 
—.sound, X.C. 19-772 (F2. 

fil); 19-771U. 
"Albemarle" (ironclad) 1- 

Albemarle, fee and honor of 1- 

492a. 
Albemarle and Chesapeake 

canal. Va. 28-119d; 19. 






1 Reims 



e Al- 



Alberieli(myth.)'20-S41d; 19. 

947c. ' 
Albericus de Vor : see Vore. 

Aubrey do. 
Alberigo, count of Barbiano 6. 

Alberiq'ue, Sp. 25-530 {F.3). 
Alhermarle Co., Ta. 28-1 IS 

(D2). 
Albernas Point, Azores 3-85 

(III.) 



Albers, II. C. 17-662h. 
ALBERT (of Ais) l-199b. 

— (of Alsace: d. 1199) 12- 
787c. 

— (of Alsace : d. 1239) 12- 



re Adalbert ol 
ustria) 3-6d ; 
ta) 3-7a; 12. 
i) r see Albert 



- II. (duke 
12- 7 88a. 

- III. (of A 



luke; b. 
Bavaria': d. 1404) 13- 
(of Bavaria) 3-547i 



7 : of Bi 

ll-856a; 
on by 18. 



urg) l-494b ; 4- 



- I. (of Brunswick) 4-6B9b. 

- (Victor, duke of Clarence) 
8-428a ; 14-7S7d - -- — - - 



L.BERT (Francis Charles 
Augustus Albert Emmanuel) 
prince consort of England 
l-195a; 2S-9BTb - " "•"- ■ 



; 9-572c 
2b i lik 
; 13- 25 2a 



if Eng- 

f *lV Srman king) 1- 
3-fld; 11-8460. 

T II. (German king) 1- 

490c;13-788b; ll-849b;in 
Hungary 13-9 06c. 
" '-"■'■-■■iberg)13-ST6a. 



13-572b. 
- (pat ■ ■ 



of Jor 



'of Lorr 

,'of Low .. ... 

ALBERT (of Mainz) l-496d. 



23-3 3 7 d. 

17-77d. 

_ ,.._- /)l----~ 

of Mecklenbui 
1379)27-8420. 
- (of Mecklenburg : d. 1547) 
17- 101 9b. 

-(of Meissen: d. 1195) 18- 
84d. 
-<of Meissen: d. 1500) 24- 



ALBERT (of Nuremberg) 13- 
576b. 

— (of Orlamilnde) 24-335i!. 
ALBERT (of Prussia : d. 15(18' 

l-497a: 16-535a ; 26-G78d 

— (of Prussia : d. 1906) 4. 

288b.' 

— (Albert Frederick, ol 
Prussia) 4-433e. 

— (bp. of Kiga) 26-677b. 

— (of Sardinia) 21-688b. 

— Ill; (of Sa.ie-Lauenhurg) 
24- 2 69a. 

— (of Saxe-Teschen) 16-315b ; 
1-49 9b. 

— II. (of Saxe- Wittenberg) 
24-26fla. 

ilierg) : 

sony)"l-198a; 24. 



ALBERT {Fred 



see Albert I. 
- (duke o! Sax ( 



(of Bra] 
ny : d. 1260) 
ke of Saxony) 
f Saxony) Zi- 
bp.) i-2H2a; 



— (of Sweden) 26-1! 
702 a. 

— (of Teck) 28-49Sd. 
ALBERT (of Thurin 

498c: 18-S4d; 28-i 

— (of Tirol) 26-1011b. 

— (the Wise) 24-362a. 

— A. 21-494b. 

— , A.M.IO-S67b. 



Albert, Can. 1 



i-49c. 



Alberl 



i, Ala. 1 



— ,La.i7...., 

ALBERTA, pro v., Can. 1- 

490o : 1-500 (map) ; 4-608d j 

5-lG3o; education 5-l51d; 

geology 5-145b foil. ; wbeat 

crop 5- 153 a. 
Albert Agricultural College 14- 



749a; l-414b. 

i#na (bot.) lfl-253d. 
:idge (Belfast) 3' 



Albe 



- uanyou, d.^. *i-(ii 
-Cave, Yorks. S-57 

- Citv, la. 14-732 (1 
~ College, Ont. 3-6! 
-Creek, rlv., Wyi 

(B4). 
Libert d'Atlly: sep C 

- de Luynes ; sec Li 
ilbert Dock (Liver 

SOSa. 
-Dock (London) 16 
8-350d; 8-SfiOd. 
Albert Edward, baj 
*(iO(H2). 



27-557 (A3) 



altitude 1-3211) 



ork 2-408d 
3raobseiira5-105 
8-603d,14-904d. 



MARIOTTO 
,Iley, C.Af . : 



Albertani, Francesco degli 14- 
030b. 
Ippolito F. 18-53b ; 



832d. ' 
-, John 
190d. 



8-575c 



nfluse'i 
19-63u 



■ (Dre 



is, Maria d' 19-i88il. 

ALBERTITEl-50:ia: 18-508b. 
ALBERT LEA, Minn. l-503a : 
18-550 (U7). 

— Lea, lake, Minn. »503a. 
Albert laetial l-496a ; 18-I6c. 

— Memorial (London) 2-133a ; 
24-502c. 

— Mem, ' 



il Chape: 

-Memorial Middli 
lege(Framlinghai 

-Memorial Museu 



I (Windso: 



— , Bel. Cong. 6-923 (E4) ; 26- 

--.Fr. 10-778 (H5) ; 24-2i8d. 
ALBER OS, ERASMUS 1-504 

ll-7S7b, 
ALBER Y, JAMES l-50id. 
— , Mrs : see Moore, Mary. 
Albeuve, Switz. 26-242 (C3). 
ALBI, Fr. 1-S05a; 10-776 (F0); 
cathedi-al l-30Sa, G-S2Sa ; 
map (St.h cent.) 17- 03 8a ; 
■■" ,n -6-429a. 
1-732 {F 
geol.) 1 
.-070b. 
amily) 2 
..„.._-,-„: seeAll 
ALBlCfENSES 1-5' 
sa-des 10' " 

tude ' 20 : 
16- 180a ; 
tare affected a: 
310d ; Maniehac 

Spanish perseciit 



Aioino- inc., it. jw-iouu. 
Albinolo, Felix 13-ttl4c. 
ALBINONI,TOMASSOl-510d. 
ALBINOVANUS PEDO 1- 

511a. 
Albintimilium, It. : see Venti- 

rniglia. 
Albmns (ecclesiastic) : see Al- 

— ,BERNHARDS.l-511a; 1- 

9310 : l-029d. 
— , Clodius 24-724c. 
— .Spuriusl'ostumiuslS-SiSd. 
ALBION, iiritam 1-S'llb ; 8- 

306a. 
— , Cul. 5-8 (Ii2). 
—, la. 14-732 (E2). 
— , Ida. 14-276 (CI) ; 14-2784 
— , III. 14-304 (D5). 
— , Hid. 14-122 (G2). 
—, Maur. 17-0 13a. 
— , Me. 17-434 (Ci). 
ALBION, Mich. l-511b ; IS- 



— • t^- ^ 



VI). 



-324 (F3). 



1.21-106 (B2). 
.1.23-243 (CI). 
ash. 28-354(113), 
'is. 28-74(1 (1)6). 



: see Gregory VII., 



■t-Schonberg (Ger. 

n)2S-8R9b. 

.'tstadt (Dresd 

Albert the Bear, < 

ALBERTUS MAGNUS l-504a ; 



irse) 13-734d. 
Sffita. 26-242 

s,Sp.i-5Ilb. 
vehicle 18-9270 

N.S.W. 19-53S 

2-S51d. 

I6-K42 (E2). 
z. 26-242 (F2). 



(Ablajitan), Turk. A 



l'16-394d; 1 



Albina, D. Gui. 12-675 (D2). 
— , Oreg. 22-12lb. 
Albme(iuin.)2-195b. 
AlbinEauniim, It. : see Albeug 
Albfni, Hugh de : see Aru.idc 

— , Isabel d' ; see Bos, Isab 

do Ros. 
— . Nigel 

26-852J 
—.William o- (a. 

Arundel, earl of. 
— , William A' (justice 

1150) 15-819b ; 28-S7 
Albinia, riv.. It. 15-26 

see also Albenga. 
— Spring, S.Aus. 2-960 
ALBINO (biol.) l-506o 

l-509d;bercdit.yi-56 
nate 5-489c; in plan 
757c; seasonal 1-507; 



76): 



-. ricrodegulO-534n. 



ALBO, JOSEPH l-512a; 



Albocaeer, Sp. 25-530 (E-F2). 
Albocola, Sp. ; see Toro. 
Albogalerus : see Pileus. 
ALBOIN l-512a ; lB-28a J 16- 



ALBOIJI, MARIETTA' l-512b. 

"bnquerq'ie, Alphonso'd'. 
OBNOZ, GIL ALVAREZ 

Albox, Sp, '25-530 (D4) ; 1. 



ll-438b ; 11-4 



— , Charlotte d' 4-24Sb. 
— , Jeanne d' : see Jc 

(d'Albrct, of Navarre). 
: ALBHET, dist., Ft. 1-5 



: ALBRIGHT, JACOB l-513a; 
9-9600. 
Albrisht, Mont. 14-276 (D2). 

AlJiriglitoii, Salop 9"-420 {III, 

CI). 
Albrights : see Evangelical 



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Amristhor: 

Albrun, d 



ALBUERA, LA, ! 



ALBUFERA DE VALENCIA, 



ALBULAE AQUAE, lakes, II 
l-5i;tb;i5-26{K6);26-1031o 

Albulc Aequo: see- Albula 

Aliiulidae 26-5 41c. 

Album , T: (periodical) 10-6071 
ALBUMAZAR 1-5130 ; 14 

869c. 
ALBUMIN (Albumen) l-513c 



ALBUMINURIA i-515d; i> 



.) 26-931 d. 
.-530 {D4>; : 



Albu: 

ALBUQUERQUE, ALPHONS 

sonnets 4- 101b j capture i 
Oni in 2-207d, i9-44a; Go 
12-160a; Ilormuz 13-6940 

i 21-230'd; nolle 



22-11 



V i-516a. 



; Guadaira, Sp. I-517< 

-530 (C4). 

E HENARES, Sp. 1-517< 



— la Ileal, Sp. 1-5170 ; 25- 
530 (D4). 

ALCALDE (title) l-517d; 25' 
536a; Bolivia 4-173d; Cubi 
7-BUld, 7-602b; do Colt* 



nctt, El (Cal- 

ai-367b. 
sculptor) 1- 



ALCAMENES 
5171: "H. 
(PI. II.). 

ALCAMO, Jt. 1- 

Alcana'dre, riv., 

(K-t'2); 13-85. 

Alcanor, Sp. 25-5 



ALCANTARA, Braz. l-SISt 

4-410 (113) ; 17-li(!8b. 
ALCANTARA, Sp. l-518a ; 2 



15-8660. 
Alcantara Hereon, Pedro : set 

Ilerran, Pedro Alcantara. 
Alcantarilla, Sp. 25-530 (E4). 
Alcanfarlnes 11.3a, 
Alcaraz, Sp. 25-530 (DS) ; 1. 

— , mts., Sp. 25-530 (D3) ; 25- 

Alcarrazfls 2-3a. 
Alcasar. Ludovio 23-213c 



ALCAVALAl-51Sb; 1-772 
Alcazaba: see Alhanibra, I 
Alcazar, Mor. : see Al Kas 



see Eingfisher. 
a. 11-lOOa. 



.Icolapht 
boost. 



-, Sur. 16-912 (C 



i) 25-03; 
■land) 19- 



; battle 1- 
es 22-137 

castlo 24- 

i-530(A-B3) 
, ; iZ-SlOa 

to Sapphi 

d. 

; 27-1043d 



30-2 (C2V, 
— P.Is. (Pan 
. CB*). 



Mceate (Gluck) 12-13Bb; 12- 

140c. 
ALCESTER, F. B. P. SEY- 



518d; 9-420(111. J 



(of Elaea) 1- 



(Jablim, Jacimu! 
) 15-394d; 21-347b 



CIONIp, P1ETRO (Peti 



res) 2 



Icippe ( 



idae 26-905d. 



905d. 



; 2S-530 

Alchilth (Alolyde), Soot. 

Dumbarton. 
Alcmaeou (Greek poet) 

-grandson of Ni 

523~d.~ - 
— of Crotona 14- 33 6c ; 

ALCMAEONIDAE 1-51 
Herodotus 12-455c ; Pi: 
on 21-618c; rcinstater 

ALCMANl-524a ; strophe 

510b, 20-lb. 



ALCOBACA, Port. l-5241i : 
25-530 (A3); convent 1- 
524b; Inez de Castro's tomb 
5- 4 8 4a. 

Aloocer, Sp. 25-530 (1)2). 

Alcock, A. 14-249b ; 2i-178a. 

— , JOHN (bishop) 1-5210 j 
3-393d; 9-302c. 

— , SIR RUTHERFORD 1- 
524c; 4-262a; 13-31a. 

Alcook, pros., B.N.Bor. 4-257 
(CI); 4-263d. 

Alcoentre, Port. 25-530 (A3). 

ALCOFORADO, MARIANNA 
1-5 2 5a. 

Alcofrlhaa Nasier : see Rabe- 
lais, Francois. 

ALCOHOL (Ethyl Alcohol) 
l-525e; 25-694a; abuao of 
28-587o; consumption of 2B- 
581, 26-582d; decomposi- 
tion ot 5-502* ; distillation 
26-578d, 8-320c ; dyspepsia 

dustrial 25-702b ; tonic 
Telocity 6-S691; lipoma 
nasi 20-79c; monorrhagia 
12-7flSa ; mental disease 
19-432o ; microscopic work 
18-407b; nareoUo effects 
19-240a ; neuritis 19-1280 ; 
oxidation products 8-350d ; 
pharmacology of 21-351C ; 
physiological effect 21-555d; 
sulphuric acid 26- 66b ; 
~ 9-2I0Q. 

!6a; 1-5281). 

,__.-s Sale Control 

New Zealand (IB 9 3) 
-"-; 19-630d. 

i B-002b; Brighl 
15-7S5o; broncMi 
cirrhosis of hvi 
; coma in B-749a 
i tremens 7-9633 



Alehoku, China: see A-She- 

Ho. 
Alchred (Northumbrian king) 

Alchuine : see Alcuin. 

ALC I ATI, ANDREA l-522b ; 5- 

Alciatas: see Alclatl. 
ALCIBIADES l-522b : By- 



AMdae ; we Auk. 



Alconbury, Hunts. 9-424 (IV. 

B2); 13-953b. 
1 C<rq, Marguerite Mario : 

see Alacoqne, Marguerite, 
lcora, Sp, 25-530 (E2); 5- 

711c. 
Icoraz, Sp., battle (1094) 13- 

Alcorisa, Sp. 25-530 (E2). 

■ ' Miss. 18-600 (A4). 

Miss. lB.liOO(Dl). 
shea, Sp. 25-530 (E2). 
„ J. F. 2-474d. 
uu-iT, AMOS B. l-528c. 
. LOUISA M. 1-5 29a. 
ALCOVE l-529b ; 7-338c 



ALBA-ALDIE 

ALDEHYDES l-531b ; 1 



o do Y&tapu, Braz. 





Sp. 25-5 


(E2); 13-^54d 




Alcudia, M. de G 


odoy, duke 


El: see Go.Ioj 


, M. de. 


Alcudia, Sp. 25- 


30 (G3); 1 


— , bay, Sp. 25-5 


30 (G3) ; 1 


450 d. 




— , mts„ Sp. 25 


530 (C3) ; 


— ,riv.", Sp. 35- 


530 (03) j. 


401e. 




— , val„ Sp. 25- 


530 (03); 


hid. 




ALCUIN 1-529 


o; 6-451 


ndoptianism 


1.213b ; b 



Alcyonarla 2-98b ; 9-317b. 
ALCYONE (myth.) 1-5 30b. 

— (star) 21-835d. 

— (jiool.) 15-809a. 
Alcyonidae 2-99b. 
Akyonidium22-12c. 



19-321 (Fl). 

17-271 (Bl);" 4 

600 b. 
Aldan, Pa. 21-106 (L7). 
—.plateau, Sib. 25-10 (H3) 



Aldansk, Sib. 25-10 (13) ; 25- 

12c. 
Aldborough, Norf. 9-424 (IV. 

— , Su'ft. : see Aldcburgb. 
ALDBOROUGH (Isurlum Bri- 

gantum), Yorks. l-530il ; 

9-416 (II. El); Eom.Brit. 



D4) ! 28-699d. 
JdbroiijKh, York?. (E 
ing) 9-416 (II. G2). 



1 Hiding) 9. 



Aid toy lit. asthel: 

26-168C. 
Aldburc, Sufl. : » 
Aldbury, Herts. 



a: 14-5 



E2);S 
Aldea^ point," "can.Is. 
Ald'eaWaVlIa de la Hibei 



Aldeburgh. 
9-124 (IV. 

9-424 _{IV. 
n.ls. 5-172 



, Sp. 



25-893c; spirit 



Alconfmyth.) 25-4251,. * 
Alcona, Mich. 18-372 (G5). 
— Co., Mich. 18-373 «S5). 



.) : see Adal- 
'.e HUdebf 



(Aldboi 



— , bay, Suff. B-424 (TV. F2] 

l-531a. 
Aldeby, Norf. 9-424 (IV. F2) 
Aldesonde, Stl7-903d. 
ALDEGREVER (or Aldcgraf), 

Heinrich 1-5311.. 

25-530 (D! 



, Mich. 18-37 
, Minn. 18.5- 
, X.Duk. 19- 
, N.Y. 19-,"' 
, Okla. 20- 



18-550 (D7). 



— House 

16-S12 

Aldenho^ 

J7). 
— , Nothi 



ALDER : 

13-171a 

— , Black 



A ntarc. 21-961 (G). 
■e, La. 17-54 (Al). 
m, II. Huoks-Gibba, 
ron 19-561 d. 
m, Herts. 16-942 (C2) ; 

- i-160a._ 

en' "Oor. 11-308 (I. 

Tlands 6-496b. 

d, Pa. 21-106 (M2). 

)nt"'l4-276 (C3). 

. 28-354 (C3). 

.cot. 24-412 (JJ3); 14- 

t. 9-7401). 



Black alder. 
! Oregon alder, 
v., Vt. 19-490 



1)4); 28-69Sc; 28-699b. 
Alder Creek, riv., Oreg. 20-212 

(113). 
— Crock, riv., Oreg. 20-242 



ALDER -FLY (Sialidae) : 

533b ; 13-433H ; 19-440a. 

Alder Gulch, val., Mont. II 



Alderloy, Ches. 6-90tl. 

— Edgo, Clics. 16-139 (E3) 

6-90a; 6-91a. 
Alderman, E. A. 28-1260. 



XL.., 

hi 
ALDERNEY 
Chan.Is. 1 
(VI. El) ; 
477b; com 



Berks. 9-420 
Aurlgny) IsL, 



' (Ilf. __,, 

Service Corps 20-21b; 
camp 2-614b; geology 3- 
207a, 12-903a. 
lldcrson, Gcorgina Caroline ; 
see Salisbury, marchioness 



Aldfi 

l-535b ; 19-793d ; 23-364d. 

ALDHELM (bislioi)) l-535a; 9- 
608b ; 6-451b ; Bradford-on- 
Avon 4-372b; Corfe Castle 
7-1440 ; Wareham churrf) 
and priory 28-32 3d. 

Aldhelraa Head, Dorset. : tee 
St Albans Head. 

Aldholmc, Lanes. : tee Old- 



Aldie, Va. 28-118 (E3). 



ALDI-ALGE 

Aldime (chem.) 3-7 54c. 
Aluln, Cecil 22-196d. 

1NE PRESS l-538a ; « 



-I); 16-li3b. 
AtDINI, GIOVANNI l-536a. 
Aldionea (serfs) 24- 6 6 5a. 



— (family) 24-610c ; 23-4S2b. 
AMobrandinl, villa, Rome 23- 

612 (A4 & C2); 11.38c : 

28-87 o. 
Aldobrandino I. 9- 7 92 c 
Aldo-ketenea 15-761d. 
Aliiol (chem.) 1-532* i 28- 

860a. 
Aldose 12-Uld: 26-33a. 



ria) 17- 

rlofNorthumbria] 

16-409b. 
— Y 1-536C ; 
2-12 0a, 20- 

— ri£ -. - - 

— , Lieut. P. 21-948b. 

— , THOMAS BAILEY 1- 5 36d 



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" Alert " (ship) 19-240b ; 24- ALEXANDER {Karaeeo 

913d. TTii>h\- «^ A la-fa-,!,... !&...» 

ALES (Alesius), A, 1-542. 
Ales, Sard. 15-4 (Bo); 24- — "(i 
213c j 27-809a. — (1 



Aleiptae 2-846o ;12-J52c: 

: see Alexandre 
r, Russ. 16- 86 2 i 



Aleksandrovi 

(B-C2). 
Aleksandrovsk, 

Alexandrovak. 
■ ■ ■ s (Alexi 



ALDRICH, HENRY 



Aldringeu (family) 26-C36d. 
ALDRDiGER, JOHANN. con 

von l-537b. 
Aldringham, Ches. : see A 

Irlncham. 
Aldrington, Sua. 13-829o. 



19-a; 



-SI 1-53. 
> : libra 



— , „mth.olagical 

work 20-3000. 
Aldaworth, Gloa. 9-420 (III. 

D3). 
Aldwleh : see Aldwyoh. 
Aid win (abbot) 26- 100c. 
Aid winkle, Northauta. 17- 

279d; 24-371c. 
Aldworth, Hon. Mrs 11 -84b. 
-^Richard : % see. Neville (of 



: of Northum- 



feillii_ = .._ 
Aldwulf (ki 

Aldwulf (king of" Sussex) 26- 

108c. 
Aldwych, London 2-44Ia ; 

16-9580, 
Aldye: see Aal. 
Aldyth : see Ealdgytb.. 
Alo. riy., Scot.23-789d. 
ALEl-537d ; analysis 3- 643a : 

excise duty (1643) 9-402c ; 

liquor laws 16-760d: tcs 

1-21 9b. 
Alea(myth.): see Atlmna Alea, 
Alea, Gr. 12-440 (D3). 
" Alea facta eat " 4-S40d, 
ALEANDRO. GIROLAMO (tin 



l-538o. 
Aleo&oribna, De 7-695b. 
Alobraud larohbp.) : aee Bes 

ALE-CONNER 1-5380. 
Aleooat 13-678a. 
ALECSASDRI, V. l-538< 

23-847d: 7-651BJ nation 

anthem 19- 266c. 
Alecthelia urvilU 18-76a. 
Alecto (myth.) 9- 7 4 5a. 
" Alecto "'(ship) 6-fll7b. 
Alectoromorphae 3-978a : 2 

323o ; 22-918b. 
Alectoropodes 3- 9 7 4b : see also 

GaHidae. 
Aleetorornlthea 20-32fla, 
Alectorurua 15-8071*. 
Alectroonaa sganzini 1-530(3. 
Aled, lake, Wales 8-1 8a. 
— , fiv., Wales B-18a. 
Aledo, 111. 14-304 (R2). 
— , Okla. 20-58 (B2). 
—, Tex. 26-690 (K3S. 
Aled Todur 6- 646b. 
Ale-f oundep ; ki Ala-ooEDer, 
Alegomorpblo (diet.) 6-4S2b. 
AlegrB, Braz. 4-440 (17). 
Alefrrete,Bnz.4-440(A7); 23- 

338d. 
Alehoof : Me Ground Ivy. 



473d. 
Alem, HoU. 13-588 « 
— , Swed. 26-190 (D3 
Aleina, Pal. : sec Ilm 
Aleman, John : see / 
— , LOUIS l-539n. 
— , MATEO l-539a; 

17- 7 88c. 
Alemana (dance) 7-7 



Alemayn, J. 12-1 03d. 

ALEMBERT, JEAN 

Rond d' l-539b ; calculus 
14-543b ; fluid motion 14- 
115d ; kinetics of rigid body 
T place 18-300e; 
Mile do 16- 
ica 24.070a, 10- 
£6-943d; wave 



17-983 c ; 



. l-540o; 1-i 



(E2) 



Alemrnd, dist., I 



A'ktm'-S 

alemt! 



od : see Fasilldaa. 



Alemuajaur, lake, Swed. 19- 

Alen, Sir John 6-B85C. 
Aloncar, Joeo M. do 4-453a. 
ALENCON, oounts and dukes 



-, Ferdinand of Orle 
of 19-371b; 4-326, 
— , Francia, duko 



778 (E3); battle |lll8) 
2-50d ; laue 16-42b : eieges 
19-750a, 2S-650C. 

— diamond 20- 2 9 8a. 

ALENIO, G. l-541b. 

AJecquer, Braz. : see Alem- 

AlenuJhaha, channel. Haw. 
13-84 IC2). 

Aleph and. Taw l-723o. 

Alcpidosanrldoe 26-544d. 

Alepocephalidac 26-5440. 

' lepoeophalua roatratus : si 
Mairisch. 

leTiTii, India : see Allcppi. 
leppo, Pa. 21-100 (B61. 
LEPPO, Turk. As. l-5ilo 
2-760 (G4) ; 24-60Sd ; caro 
vans B-302b ; Christian ir 
habitants 17-7I7dj dlmat 
26-306C, 3-055O ; crusade 
7-530b, 7-531c: Greek in 
vasion5-51a; Hittitemocu 
ment 13-535b: Mehemoi, 
All 9-112D ; Sahh b. Mirdas 
dynoaty 9-96d ; Seljuk 
24-OOOd; Ti m ut 9-10 2e 



leppo button : see Furon- 
culosia oriGntaliH. 
-gall: seeOall-nut. 
-pine(P.haiepensts)21-624a; 



jof Lippe)16-740d. 



3-S71 (D3); 

ALEsiA, 1 " bill, Fr. l-513a ; 

22-748c; battle (52 B.C. 

iO-S02a, 6-3 7 8d. 
ALESSANDRI, ALESSANDRO 

1-5 43a. 
ALESSANDRIA, It. 1-5436 ; 

15-48 (B2); battle (1G57S 



Alcaaandro (do Santo Aegidio) 



Alctea (legend) 8.175d. 
— (dynasty! 7-147b. 
Aloth, Fr. 24-45e. 
Aletharlana21-511b. 
Alethians : see Shakers. 
ALETHIOLOCY 1-5 43 c. 
Alothopteria 20 - 636b ; 5- 

Aletia argillacea : see Cotter 

Alctium', It, 13-26 (F-G4) 

ll-420a. 
Aletodin24-70a. 
Aletcla, Gr. : see Erctria, 

ALETHIUmI It. C 'l-543o ; 15. 
26 (D4J; inscription 14- 
634a. See also Aiatri. 

Aletroldeae 16-68 4d. 

Aletseh, glacier, Swita. 2B-242 
(E4); l-740o; 26-240b. 



n family 20-7 3Dd. 

idres24-515f 
—i (famQy) 

lander o( PhorL 

3ian War 16-462d, i 
'•■ ™- ilt pII. 21-377a. 






cordata : see 
- molut 
Gondii 
__lourod(_ 
Aleurono 
loua (m 
50 4o. 
LEUT1A 
1-5 43d : 



(triloba) : 

:e Snowy-f 
21-7 06c. 



trade 3-776a; 

practices 19-99d' 

28 - 190a. Set 



alio indes 1-81 la 



Ale- wile 24-75l5a. 
Alcwijn, Abraha _ 
Alei. Okla. 20-5: 



S8-35b J 



) l-544d; 
; proposed matrii 



(East Koman emperor) 
illd. 

I. (of Egypt) : see Ptolemy 

II. (of Egypt): see Ptolemy 

ALEXANDER I. (of Bpirus) 
l-545c ; 9-699a. 

- II. (of Epirus) 1-5450 ; 9- 
699a ; 7-982d ; Indian in- 
scriptions .14-62 4a. 

- I. [Georgian ruler) ll-759d. 

- (of Uesao and the Iliine) 
l-544d; 24-714b. 

- (Frederick: of HeaaeCaasel) 
13-412c. 

ALEXANDER (Jannaeue, 

Jewish Mug) l-566a ; 16- 
395il; 29-621a; Acre taken 
l-154c; riemetrius Eueae- 
rus 7-784d; Feaat of 
Tabernacles riot 26-3240 ; 
Gaza destroyed ll-544b : 
murder 17- IB 8b. 



(of Mnccdon) 3-991b 
!37d; 21-Ol^d; coin: 
IBlo; pontoons23-67c. 

(ot Mace don) 1-5 5 2a 
:77a. 

"The Great " (of Mace 
I l-54od ; 17-2220 ; 12. 
1; Aristotle2-501d; annj 



Darius III. defeated 2-323. 
7-8.J3o; Diogenes 8-2S2a 
dh-ine honours 17-228< 

destroyed 10-'l25b ; Inneri 
car S-iOld; geographic; 
diacoveriesll-623J ; Gieec. 
conquest (aceoujit) 12-452 1 
21-f48di Hellenism i; 



9-347d; I.id 
14-3970. 2 : 752 

princes 15-67) 
fhe Chians 



Phoenicia 21-45 



■569c; Pasai 

estroyed 21- 
3c, 26-719«; 
ered 2i-212d ; 
'""3; portraits 
1." ■ 

iestrisl-700"d; 
mb 12.-""- 

a-yasc. 



ALEXANDER (NEVSKY, 



ALEXANDER (. 
552b; 21-907 
ALEXANDER 



-VL (pope) 1-553 
ca "-- "O-707o: 1 
10-537c: 
!e of ~ ■ 

15-8 1 
21-6 






s II. 1 



<i2-300a ;' "Savonarola 24- 
251b ; Spanish and Portu- 
guese discoveries 1-S06b, 
6-7 13 b. 

-VII. (pope) l-556a; 20- 
713c; gofdenroaol2-210b. 

-VIII. (popo) l-55Ga. 









ALEXANDER I 



21-920(1 ; Prussian 'aniaiie 
ll-S62d; suceesaiou arranst 



21-022a; ser& 25-226i 
statues 15-7J4b, 15-M36b. 
- III. (o£ Kusiila) l-561d ; 2 

Dreiia.iserliund 9-94fif 
Finland 10-385(1; From 



ALEXANDER (of Servia) 1- 
563d; 24-69Hd: 18-442a. 

— (Son-ian prince) 24-H92d. 

— (Syrian prince) 15-396d. 

— (son of 'Mfcliael, princc'of 
Tver) 27-489d. 

— (of Walachia) 1590 23-832d. 

- ; YpailantI, Alexander. 
■b Alexandra) : see Alea- 
ndri, Alessandro. 



- (OFAPHRODlSIAS)l-560c; 



- II. (archbp, ol Armi 



Jonatnan Maccabaeiis' su 
port 17-197d, 15-395; 
Ptolemaisl-lsic. 
— (of Bernay) 1-5 5 la ; 1 

— - (bibi.) 15-3520. 

■ (bibl., bronze -worker) 2 
952b. 



24-HOa. 

— (the Corrector) 7-522c. 

— (or Cotyaeum) Z-49ob. 

— (of Ephesus) 27-924d. 






-(Far 
Alesu. 

- (Greek legend) : 

- (Greek physician) 2-93C. 
ALEXANDER (Gieek rhetor- 

— (OF HALES) l-506d ; 24- 

"53a; theology 26-778e; 

Treasure of flie Church " 

ot Jei 
of 1 
uorcnester Abbey 8-423b ; 
Louth Park abboy 17-67b : 
Kewark caatlo 19 -460a. 

- (maitician) 6-945a. 

- (martyr of Via Nomentana) 
l-o52c. 

- (THE PAPHLAGONIAN) 1- 
5670 ; 14-509a. 

"f°C l >aciB ) : see Alexander 
de Bernay. 

- (Polyhistor) : see Alexander 
(Corneliua). 

— r (Tiberiiis, procurator) 3- 
891d; 15-40ec 






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ALDI-ALGE 



ALEXANDER (OF TRALLES) 

l-5B7a; 18-451); 21-356c 

— (Wamsutta) 21-380c. 

— (Zabinas) 24-605d. 

— , ARCHIBALD 1-S64b. 



sMcC. 27-61 d. 



-.F.dwardP. ll-912e. 

—', FRANCIS l-564c. 
— , GEORGE 1-5 6 4c. 
— , Henry, oarl oC Stirling : 



— , James Wadilel l-565b. 
— , Sir Jerome 16-555C. 
— , JOHN W. l-561d. 



— , Nathaniel 19-773d. 

■—, Samuel 9-814d; 27-822 

— , Sulpicius : see Sulpiei 



—.WILLIAM LINDSAY : 

565 c. 
Alexander, Ark. 2-552 (C3). 
— , la. 14-732 <D2). 
~, Ida. 14-276 <D4). 
— , 111.14-304(04). 
— , Jit:. 17-434 (E:l). 
— , N.Uak. 19-780 (A2). 



30. 12-543 (B2). 



il., N.Z. 18-6 
.its., C.As. I 
•420 (E3) ; 2 



-III., Pont, Paris 



l-962d; 
l-olSd ; 



City, Ala. 1-4 



— Co., III. 14-3 



Alosanilei 

(IJ5). 
Alexander 



Ga. 11-T 



372 (E-F4); 
Alexandra, (legend)": sec Cass- 
Alexiindra (<|iieeu of England) 

— (princess of Hohenloh 
LangeiihurB) 1-584(1. 

— (snind duchess of Vladimi 
1-jSBa. 

— (frraud duchess of Vladiir 



21-3. 



e 15-3! 



F)7-933b. 



; 17-1 



, (North 

7.. (Sooth I.) 19-634 (B6). 

?t. 28-38 (C2). 

I*, Qui. 8-180 <F3). 



Alexandra (Lycc 



sandra Clnb 6-567. 



4.- 18 4a. 
7a; S-360c 



: Lend. 18-943 (D2) ] 



:exandrapoI, Russ. : see 

Aiexandropnl. 
_.:exandre,C. 25-190. 
ALEXANDRE, NOELl-568a; 

" 184d. 

tndreit (Walter de Lille) 



(Iekande- 
...i ,i . '. ... .'.' ... 

l3-536d ; shipping 27-430c. 
-, gulf, Turk.As. 2-761) (F4) ; 
battlo(1294)27-1006a. 
Alesaridri, Vasile : see Aleos- 



, Capo Col. 25-466 (H9). 
ALEXANDRIA (Iskenderia) 
Egy. l-568c; 9-22 (Al) ; 
23-648 <E3); 17-226e ; Ar- 
culf'a description 2-44Sa ; 
Alexandrian School : see 
that titlo; breakwater 4- 
476o; Byzantine art4-910d; 
catacombs S-497c ; cholera 
epidemic (1883) 26-686d ; 
Church : see Coptic Church ; 
coinage 19-892b, 19-890b ; 
court at 9-29b: dockyard 
9-1 lid; Fuat- Alexandria 
Canal9-101b; governorship 

24-360ai libraries 18-5461)? 

573b, l-97a; navy, Roman 
19-30lb ; obserratory 19- 
954a; patriarchate 20-337c, 
23-487a; pottery 5-715c ; 
Hail way and Port Board 9- 
113d,9-117c;8tMark'scon. 

Sis temple 9-90a ; slipping 
-2Sb; temperature 9-23d. 



jitttofal 



bombard- 
of Chal- 



: (1365) 9- 



Hellen 



estab- 



lished 7-2im: 

13-239a. 13-215a, 12-514b : 
Jews 1B-3H31), 15-400B, 9- 
89b ; Moslem oecnpatlor 
9-90c ; naval battlo (652' 
2-266a; Peter of Cyprus 
7-546a, 18-350-- 

(362) 17-103d. . 

synod (430) 9-676a ; treaty 
(641) 1-8950. 
ALEXANDRIA, Ind. 1- 
14-422 (Ft). 



ALEXANDRIA, La. 



1.21- 



26-278 (B4-C3); 
_.'9d. 
26 (E4). 
■■ 
i) 21-253d. 



— ^Pers.^ (Mar 
ALEXANDRIA, 
ALEXANDRIA, Scot" l~-'572e ; 
060d. 



ALEXANDRIA, Va. l-5T2d 
"■3-118 (F2); 27-685b. 
bay N.Y. 19-596 (El). 
=anal, N.S.W. 19-S3S (B4) 
lake, Minn. 18-550 (C4). 



Alex 



2-5 01 

Alex, ' 



i 6-448d; 



'.ndrians. Epistle of Paul 
.. J-183b. 
ALEXANDRIAN SCHOOL 1- 

I-6A1I; medic 
923a, 26-126 
i . !■ 

)<m's Gospt 
.eology 28-71 
!-2G4a: ver 



, R&l"- 



5o, 19-4 10b, 



AlexandH ItineraHum 15-86a ; 

Alexajtdri mnani iUr ad Para* 

sxandrina (Danish princess) 

160 (F7); 25-1054b;' 2- 
160d. 

,1, It. 18-26 (B6); 



metre 13- 3 8 6a. 
.loxandrirmm, opus 18-8: 
Jexandrinus : aceAomilii 

Alexander. 
-, Codex 3-8S0b ; 3 

(Plate) ; 20-561b ; 4-2 

150b." ameB 

ALEXANDRISTS l-576b ; 

mortality conti-oversy 

58b, 19-673d. 
ALEXANDRITE l-576c. 
Alexandriya, Russ. 23 

(D2); 15-776b. 
ALEXANDROPOL, Rubs. 1- 

~~lc; 23-874 (C-D3); " 

Alenandropoba, Asia ; 



-Athenaioel9-2Ii 
lexandror, Russ. 
- GaL Ross. 33-87 
Alexandrovka, Rus 



ml har 

AL.EXANDROVSK, Ilusa. 
aterinoslav) l-576c; 
874 (E3). 



t Alexandrovskiy. 
)wk», Ger. 22-210_. 
(admiral) 15-953a ; 

e'd.)B-164a. 
"' ■ - 

"iollo2-185a, 
0. Russ! 23-872(1 



e (bact.) : see Complc 

ns (phlloRC-phcr) 18-77b. 
(bishop) 13-SSb. 



276b; Petebenes 



- Comnenue I. (of Trebizond) 
27-232d; 24-610C ; Theo- 
dore r,ascaris26-766b. 

3 _J.IL (of Trebi- 

IKHAI 

■897b ; 

-... ; Kovno pn 

dered 15-922a ; Nikon J 

PETROVICH 
■900a; 23-918b 
:, Russ. 23-f 

n 4-138b. 



a 23-916a ; 



691d. 



_,gg- ste 

Aleyrodes 



!o.,Okla. 30-58(CI). 



Alfaro, Sp. 25-530 (El) ; 16- 



Alfedei 
Aifege, st : s 
ALFELD, Gi 



(Dane) 7- 8 03c. 
a.. Tt. 2-9 00b. 



Alferius, St 5-560b. 
Alflieah, St : see Alplieg 
Alti (The Great) 9-107a. 



- di Sosteeno. Cesar 10-5301) 



.Honsinc tobies 2- 81 la 
.lfonsisUs 25-558b. 
.Ifonso : see Alpbonso 
.ironso, P.Is. 31-39? II 
Alfonso XIII" (sh 



-, Linos. 9-416 (II. W 

7 1 4(1. 

-, Mass. 17-852 (A2). 
-, Va. 31-106 (L2). 
-, Scot. 24-412 (F2); 



.2 (F9). 



35-880b. 

ALEXIS, Wl 

illff) l-576d; 11-7 



Alfurtville, Fr. 10-7 
ALFRED' (duke of 



redus of Bcyerley. 
— (fiaxon prince) 1-2BI1) ; 12- 

179b. 
ALFRED(,£lfred)THEGREAa 



>s built 24-805c; 
nemorial26-181a; 
r _ College, Oxford 



Alfred, Me. 17-434 (BS). 

ALFRED, N.Y. l-5S4d; 

596 (C3). 



Jatal 15-fi30a; 19- 



(K-Ll). 
_lfred Jewel 2-82Sb; 2 
Alfred ton. N.Z. 19-624 
Alfred University, J. 

684d. 



lftafibrdr, fiord, lee 

(D'A 
ALFUHOS (ethnol.) 

17-467b, 
..Ifyar, dist,, SH'ed. 2t 
Algadefc, 8- "" '"" ' 



of g. 



; l-585b; alternation 
lerations l-594b ; ana- 
21-730c ; in coal 
b ; duration of Me 
5a : ecology l-597c ; 



663a; habitat l-596c ; phy- 
logeny 1-5931:, 10-467 d ; 
physiology l-505d ; pig- 

iam° l-595b t ' preservation 
13-335a; symbiosis 2-98U, - 
16-5 83b. 
Lgamala (chem.); see Amal- 

ALGARDI, ALESSANDRO 1- 



— (tree): see Mesqulte. 
Algarobilla (tanning) 16- 332 d. 
ALGAROTH, POWDER OF 1- 

598d. 
ALQAROTTI, FRANCESCO 1- 

5fl8d; 3-832c. 
AlKarotus, Victor l-598d. 
Algarrobo, Sp. 25-530 (C-D4). 
Algarrobo (tree) : see lies- 

Aleartobos, Urug. 2t462 (E3). 

Algarthorpe, Notts. 19-S28b. 

ALGARVE (Algarves), prov. 
Port. l-599a ; 25-530 
(A-B4) ; 13-296b ; 22-141b. 



ALGEBRA l-599c ; ll-7Ilc; 
binomial 3-951e : continued 
fractions 7-30b ; Descartes 
8-84a ; graphical : see 

Graphics (in Algebra). 

ALGEBRAIC FORMS 1-620& ; 



21 -9b ; 
B-33c. 



Alger, Fla. 10-540 (E4), 
—.Mich. 18-H73(F5). 
— ,0.20-26(03). 
" Alger " (cruiser) 24-9121 
Alwr Co., Mich. 18-372 (I 
ALGERIA 1-642U ; 1 



l-582b; 

2-3Sa; Anglo-S: 
icle 2-35a ; As 



, 31-476b. 21-847(; 



-; Hist"ry (For the in 



ALGE-ALLOR 

TTemcan) l>S49d 

Abd el Kader 1-; 

bary pica tea 3-383.. . ... . 

Moroccan troubles 18-85Sd 

Sahacanconi ' 
Algerian onyx i 
"Algeria" (a 
931b. 



To make full use of this Index It Is essential to read the 
instructions given on Page t. 

Alienation (law) l-663a; 



meats 23- 1007a. 



'tan (bishop): r 



(Fl) ; 1S*-S. 



White Fathers. 



Alghur, dist.. Pecs. 15-6: 



: see Cholera, 



Algide cholera : 
malignant. 

ALGID US MOMS (Monte 
Algido), It. l-65Sc ; 15-26 
(B-CO) ; Reokigy 16-209a. 

ALGIERS {Jczaic, Icosium), 
Alg. l-653c; 1-843 (Bl) ; 
archbishopric 16-293e ; Bar- 
bacy pirates 3-3B3C foil. ; 1- 
650a; blockade (1837) 1- 
6S0c; Ecitlsh treaties 16- 
751(1, 23-450b ; observatory 
U-OeOc ; Spanish expedi- 
tion (1775)25-553a. 

— . Ind. 14-422 (C8). 

— I bay 1-613 (Bl) ; l-642c. 
— , dent., Alg.. 1-643 (B2) : 

l-647b. 
Alginic acid 14-72*1). 
Aleoa. Tex. 26-690 (M6). 



Altiuoei 

(Fl) ; 

AMiutUera, isl., Ind.O. : get 
Pemba. 

ALI (4th Caliph) l-658d ; 5. 
25c : 5-35c : Arabia 2- 
260d j Hula mausoleum 
5-52c ; Mazac-i-Sharif tomt 
17-941d ; Isosairi worship 
19-8210! religious contro- 
versy 17-4210, ; Shiites 24- 

ALI (AM Bey) l-659c ; 2-256a. 



Ali (AU Bey, Sheikh al Baiai 
fl. 175O)9-104b, 

— {Sheikh al-Balad, of Egypt) 
26-22d. 

— (of Hyderabad) 14- 
l-9I3d; 6-380b. 

ALI (Ali Pasha, of lam 
l-659e ; 2-50M ; at La 
16-2l7b; Napier's mi 
19-170b. 



— III. (of Moroco 
~ IV. |o( Morocco) 1-7 lfid 

— V. {of Morocco) lB-856e 

— (of Pahang) 17-481d. 
Ali (of Sweden) : see Onele 
Ali (of Toheran) 21-210b. 

— IV. (of Tunisia) 27-398< 
- {Turkish general, 1 4th of 



(C4) ; 24-731b. 



s,N.Mex.l9-520(D2). 



1463) 17-901i 
— (Turkish genera 

- "Tl)4-284b 



general, 16th cent 



:, Mich. 18-372 (112). 



Algoi 

AlgOnrL.ia.il, inuvi* : tttv JX-BVII- 

Algonk'lan Peninsula 20- 2 36c. 

— Syitem 27-624c ; 22-2Cflc. 

Algonquin (Algonkins), III. 14- 
304 (Dl). 

ALGONQUIN, tribes l-65Ba : 
14-454a; animal worship 
3-51d; archaeology 1-S16d; 

industries l-813c ; langi 

l-siia;travelsX-S14d;> 



. , 16-463o. 
,„ >049d. 

— (of Zanzibar, fl. 1891) 21 
958b. 

— (of Zanzibar, fl. 1902) 21 
958c. 

— (Ada Shah I.) 3-928s 



— (ar-Iiida) 5-4fid. 

— (Baba) (Beja king) S-49b. 

— lb. Abbad al Iskandarl) 

— (b. al Ikshid) 9-92s ; 9-95c 

— (b. Bulukkir.) 9-96b. 

— (b. el-Abbas; Hali) 18-45d 
26-127a. 

— (Bey) (traveller): see Al 
(Ali Bey). ■ 

— (b. Ilosain) E-29oJ 24 



14-170d. 






(B2); 
Algorism 19-8671 



■620 (PI). 
25-530 (Al) ; 



-{b. Isa)B-51 
-{b. Isah.Mi 
- (b. Hahomn: 



i. Mahommed ul S 
— (b. Suleiman) 8-196c, 



Algiiacile4-789d. 

Aiguada, reef. Bur. 14-3S2 

(P-Q12) ; 16-631 d. 
"'.GUAZILl-656b. 

...... „ . .. 412 (jj 2) _ 



ALGUl 

AlguisL . 

ALGUM TREE l-656>) ; 14- 



Aleunnen, lake, Swod. 

190 (D3). 
Alsyoey, Hung. 3-4 (H4), 
Alha (legend) 13-484d. 
Alliagi {catnelorum) 27-41 

27-421b. 
— (kirgbizorum) 27-4 lid. 

Alhagl manna 17-5S8b. ' 
ALHAMA, Sp. (Granada) 

650o ; 25-530 (D4); 5-51 . . 
— , Sp. (Murcia) 25-530 (E4) ; 

— , mts., 'Sp. 25-530 (C-D4) ; 

l-856o; 12-334d. 
— , civ., Sd. 25-530 (El); 



24- 650c. 

— (Jj-ehmi) 9-120a. 

— (Juzairli) (Tarat 
107c. 

— (Khan)4-623a, 

— (Huh Khan) (go) 
Kazerun) 15-704d. 

- {Kuli Khan) (Persian 
--■' — ;) 21-242c. 

aod) (fl. 1748) 3- 

ned) (fl. 1844) 3- 

l) 21-2351 

941d. 
1782-1785) 21 

. 1840) 9-290a 



LIRA, THE, palace, - 
I56e ; 1-658 (Plates) ; - 
.; 2-3990 ; reliet wo-'- 
; vaulting 2-123 

re, Lond. 19- 89b. 



— (Kiia Pasha) {] 



lakk) 2! 



16-T72e. 
ALHAZEN 1-658(1 i OStlcs 
S-lOfib, lO-flllh, 



. _„ Mahomj 

(b. Ali lUkkam). 

— (ul PJdha) : see Eeza. 

— (Vardi Ehan) 13-55c. 

— (Wad Helu) 9-130b; 

17d. 



■530 (E3 . 
«*. Kizilbasli. 
28-S49b. 



Ah b. , 



: (ElO); 

Alf^wY.'^iake, Hubs. 23-874 

II. C4). 
A lihellis 12-802a. 
Allbtrt {fencer) 9-66 
— , Jean L. 12-19M 
Alibert, int., Sib. 2 

14-7M6a;15-!23b 
Alibert piano player bi-dysc. 
Ali Bey: see Ali (Ali Bey 

Ali-Bey jSh, riv., Turk. 27' 



5-10 <F3) 



16; 7-3: 



[ung. B-4 (Q4). 
, Sp. 1-C61ci 25- 
; 14- 8 4 lb. 
.. 25-530 (E3) 

,proT.,Sp. l-6Glb; 



-S31d. 

— (m. Andrew of Greece) 11- 
740d. 

— (m.BohemundII.)4- 
7-549 ; 22-934a. 

— (rn. Louis VI.): set 
(aide (m. Louis VI.). 

— (countess of Anxerro) 

— (de Bail*) 22-5051,. 
^{of Brabant' - 

— (of Brittar. 
578b. 

— (of Cnndi): see Cundi 

— {of™ Csjiras) 4-136o; 5 
827di 7-549. 

— (of Bammattln) 7-789C. 
ALICE (of Hesse) l-661d 

19-655a; 19-9150,' ' 

— {eoilntess of Warwick) I Be 
Warwick, Alice, countess ml 

Alice, Cape Col. 23-466. (H9). 
— , N.Dak.l9-780(G3), 
— , Ter. 26-090 (I-K8). 

— (Crimisa Prom.), cape, H 
15-26 (F5) ; 15-4 (F5): 

— , lake, Minn. 10-271b. 
— , mt., Queens. 2-900 (04). 
— , riv., N.G. 19-487 (B2). 
Allcedale, Cape Col. 25-46 

<H9). 
Alice Hoi 



Holt, focest, Hants ■ *2- 



AliceNnc = . 

Alice or the Mysteries (Bulivp 

Lytton)17-186b. 
Alice's Adventures in Wondei 

land (Carroll) 8-3 69a. 
Alice Springs, S.Aus. 2-96 

(E4); 2-9621). 
AlieeviUe, Ala. 1-460 (A2). 
Alice Well, S.Ails. 2-900 (ffi4) 
Alichnr, riv., India 14-376 

(HI). 
— Pamir, nits.. India 14-37' 

(Ki) : 20-O56e. 
Alicia, Ark. 3-552 (D2). 
Alioo Pass. 8-Am. 2-462 (B4). 
Alicndi (Ericusa), iel., It. 15-2 

(E5) ; 15-4 (K5) ; 16-739d. 
AM, mt., Aby. 9-74Sa. 
Alida, Ind. 14-422 (Dl). 
ALIDADE l-662b. 
Ah Dagh, mt., Turk.As. 2 

757fl. 
AI-id-al-Kabir : see Knrbai 

Al ; id ; as-saghir : see Etltshiik 

26c; 5-4i 
..._. SeealstiA 
Ah-elis, tribe 27-4 run. 
AU el Mekki, cape, X. 

ALIEN - ! British law 1 
2S-B56d, 7-122a ; 
law 12-504c; ltoma 
23-553b, 22-173c; t 
27-225d; U.S.A. 25 
10-23fia. See also 



— (social.): English peeri 
21.55S7 Ezekiel on .: 
103a; in London 16-94: 
New Zealand 19-031 
U.9.A.16-27d. 

ALIENATION (eooles.) 
663a; *2-117o. 



is, dist., (iaal 24- 
ALIEN-HOUSES 1-0 03b. 
ALIENIST (diet.) l-66.ib. 
Aliens Act (1805) l-002d ; 
cause 15-40Sd; expu'-- 



mic) IB -C, 5 4b. 
Omit of : see 
3, lord of. 



Aliganj Sewan, India 14-37£ 

<LB). ' 
ALIGARH, India l-663b ; 14- 

370(G-H6); 4-771U. 
Migarh Institute Gazette 13- 

Ali-Ghcz, mt., Ann.: sci 
Alaghez. 

Atighicri, P_ 

ALIGNMENT (die 

— (archaooi:) 2b-auaa ; n 
Cornwall 7-lE2d; in Devon 
Rhirc S-134c ; Gezer tini 
L'e!i-es-SaiyB-142a. 



■o 7- 8 14b. 



l-663o. 



Ali-i-Kcti 
Alrlllahi': 



)2:ta. 



iallDash 



Isfahan: 

— lCliel, tribe 20-141d. 
Alikianu, Crete 7-4IS (A 

7-419a. 
Alikcaal, tribe 8-094o. 
Aliknlufan l-811d. 
Al-ilat : see Hat. 
Alim(khan) 16-779b. 
411m (nHlcia.ll : see VI 
Fr.Cong 



^Ulema. 



(A3) ; 4-464d. 
AliiiLa(Kool.)17-4 
Ali-Masjid, fort. 



India 14. 
;ia'l5-T82b'. 



— , Oka 

— , inlet. Scot, 24-412 (C3). 
" Aline " (law case) i-20Ga. 
AlinemeBt : see Aliscunieiit. 
Alingar, riv., Afg. 14-376 (D2). 
Aling-sas, Swed. 26-190 (B3). 
Ahonc d'Asti, J. G. 4-683 d ; 

8-504d. 
Ahor 1-55 lb. 
Alios (in wine-growtog) 28- 

AUpconk, settlement, N.Y. : 

Alipes (zool.) 5-w'70c. 
AlipliaUe acids l-140d. 
— compounds 6-43 II ; ... 
■ tlonato aromatic compounds 



4 S £U 



. Raniganj ) 14- 



n 27-443K 

Alisandcr (bot.) : see Alcx^ 

antlers. 
Alis-camps, cemetery, Aries 

Alieeans (d' Orange) 12-693C] 

AUse-Stc-Reine, mt.', Fr. : set 

AUsliimg, Afg. 14-370 <D2). 
— , riv., Afg-15-625d. 
Ali Slier Khel, tribe 24-860c. 
Ahshir, Mirl8-57td. 

ALISMACEAE l-671d. 



Allsma Plantagtil tee Water 

Ahso, riv., Ger. : see Alme. 

ALISON, ARCHIBALD 1- 
U72b; l-288b. 

— , SIR ARCHIBALD (general) 
l-073a. 

— , SIB ARCHIBALD (histor- 
ian) 1-G72e ; 8-939C 



-, Charles : 



-242b. 



-, Francis 22-231C. 
— , Dc W. P. l-672c ; 13-54d. 

Ahson Bay,' Green. 12-543 

(US). 
Alisphenoid bone 14-26 lb. 



AU Verdi Khan 



.1WAL, India 1-G78b ; 14- 
576 (Fi); battle (1846)25- 



Alizaiidre 11-lYAh. 

AlUaniire k. Grant, Histoire di 
noble . . . roy l-551b. 

Alizal, tribe, Afg. 8-694c. 

ALIZARIN 1-61 3c ; 8-745a 
8-74Ha; dyes 8-750d, 8 
749d. l-674a, 2G-60!lh ■ 1nl 
14-571b; Peckln 2 



pigments 21 -599c'. 



l-a-10d. 
Alkaeos. T. 8 
ALKAHEST- .. 
ALKALI l-674b 



., Sp. : see Allia- 

25-530 fA4). 
p. 25-530 (C4). 

Port., battle 
142c; 16-147aj 

rt, 25-530 (A4); 

506c 



15-94 7c. 



_jtals lS-201of; in medi- 
Clnel9-422b; pharmacology 
21-350a; poisoning21-894ij; 
yellow fever 28-9 lib. 

— Act(1863)l-676b. 

— albnmina.tesl-514b. 

— blno 8-746a. 

— cellulose 5-007 d. 

Alkali Crock, civ., Colo, and 
Wyo. 28-874 (D4). 

— Creek, civ., S.Dak. 25-506 
(113). 



eck. 



(E2). 

Alkali cy. 



iv., Wyo. 



Alkali JJesect, Nev. 5-8 (E-F2). 

— Flat, Ariz. 2-544 (D3). 

— Flats, Nev. 5-8 (D1-E2). 
Alkali flats (gooL) lB-520cC 
Alkali Lakes, Cal. and Nev. 

- " (C1-IT4). 

lLI If 

047c. 

— Metals 1-8740. 
ALKALINE EARTHS l-686o ; 

4-971c; sulphates 26-06b. 

— earth cyanides 22-529a. 

— waters 18- 5 2 lb. 
Alkali Springs, Colo. 6-722 



ALKALI MANUFACTURE 1 



(G4). 
AlkaU-wa 



4.972b. 
' -35d; j 



oology 21-351d. 
Alkamahai-Fahl: see 'Alqama 

b. "Abada. 
— b. Muiftzai* 17-410b. 
ALKAN, CHARLES H. V. M. 

ALKANET (Alkanna tinctoria) 

AlkasfjiiU, mt, Swed. 19-800 

(D2); 26-188d. 
AL KASR AL KEBIR l-086b ; 

18-851 {EI) ; battle (1578) 

K2-147b. 
Alkboioogh, Linos. 9-416 (II. 

Aikokendo (med.) 21-3560. 
Alkendi: see Hindi. 



Al-Kindi: see Hindi. 
ALKMAAR, Hall. l-686b ; 13- 
388 (B2); 13-610o; 2-422o. 
Alkush, Syr. 19-153b. 
Alkyl dithlocarbamate 5-309O. 
Alky len-am ides B-59b. 
Aikylen-eetera S-SSb. 



Ukj-1 pyridines 22-G90C. 

— radical 6-50c. 

— ureas 27-794a. 

" Allabacnlia " (raee-li 

ALLACCI, LEONE 1-686 

525a. 
Aliada, Fr.W.Al. 11-204 

7-735h. 
— , kingdom, W.Af. 7-1 



Alla-i 



Fez 

e. Mc. 17-13 1(C2). 
17-13-1 (C2). 
(I) l-6s'6d; 



27-771d.27-7 
— , dist., India 1 

— . diy. India 1- 



e, Fr. 10-77S(Oi). 



ALL AM AND A l-6S7c. 
Allamand's grison 13.6081). 
Allamoosook, lake, Ma. 17-1 
(D-D- 

Allan... eh;-, N.J. 19-502 (C2). 

— , DAVID l-0S7c ; 4-85 7c. 



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Instructions given on ttPagv 1: 



ALLEGHENY, 






21-1 



;ci) ; 



a. 21-106 (D-E7). 

ibd: 27-G27b. 
.EfilANflE l-689b. 

89c; 19-B 

3-197b." 



Catholic 



ALLEGORY 1 






ALLEINE, JOSEPH 5 
8-97211. 
-, RICHARD l-690e. 



r r. 10-778 (F5>. 
DESPREAUX, 
osalis l-6S8b. 



A] lard. 
A I lard. Mi 



Daudet, Jul 

27 -1063 a. 

Tcnn.~26-620 (F-Gl) 
Sp. 25-530 (Bi: 
0-2 5 2d. 

:oddoB3) 17-417d ; 21- 

Leo : see. Allaeci, 

a, Oa. l-825b. 
art RreslikLKBl. 

2-552 (Bl). 

11 -893b. 



; — , Joseph A. 1: 
-\ Ralph 10- 3 



Allde, John ~ .... 
All-dent scherVerein 
Alliline, Ind. 14-432 <ir. 
■■ ~6-24'2 (C3). 



r. 11-8 



., Swcd. 28-190 



in (pianof or 
in (quakcr) 



— , Inr6 26-79c. 



— , Md. 17-82« (H4). 



— , S.Uak. 25-5 



Ind. 14-122 (E6 



-Mills, Pa. 21-1 



ALLENSTEIN, Ger 



town, N.n. 19-490 (E5 
villa, Ind. 14-422 (117) 
i. 15-740 (A-B4). 



i. Mar 



r. 11-8 



i (<-'!). 



14-732 (Dl). 

■— ' Lanes 16-139 (B3) ; pop 

— , Mass. 17-852*(C4). 
— , Som. : s<?« Chapel Allerfco 
— , Yorks 28-933 (El). 
— By water, Yorks 2B-9: 
(Dl). 

RICHARD 1- 



ALLEY (diet.) 1-6911). 
'-iarblo)17-67Ud. 

& MacLellan's stemi 
_goni8-926a. 
ALLBYN, EDWARD l-604b. 



Ak©E-AtLOR 

Alligator Tond, Jam. 1E-133 
— Reel,' lighthonso, Fla. 16- 



19-5 78d. 
dl -good (t 
King Hen 



Mirch, Borkir. 
slivat): we A 



— , N.J. 19-502 (Bl) ; Jewtsl 

colony 19-nOnrl. 
ALLIANCE, O. l-695a; 20 

26 (113). 
ALLIANCE (law) l-695h. 



— , N.J. 19-502 (C3). 


Allice shad : see A Ilia ahad. 


ALLENTOWN, Pa. l-603b ; 


ALLIER, dept,., Fr. l-096a 
10-778 (P4); fossil birds 3- 


21-106 (Li). 


Allentstels;, Ans. 3-4 (D2). 


971a; pottery 5-7230 ; torra- 
oottaa 26-65.7 a. 


Allen v. Flood 27-05e. 


Allenv-llle, Ala. 1-460 (B3). 


ALLIER, viv., Fr. 1-S95d 


— , Mo. 18-608 (G4). 


10-778 (Fl); 16-S)23c, 




ALLIES, THOMAS WILLIAM 


Allonwood, Pa. 21-106 (11-13). 




ALLEPPI, India 1-69.HO ; 14- 


ALLIFAE (Alifo), It. l-696c 


382 (F-G15). 


15-2S (Ell; 5-123a. 


Alter, riv„ Ger. 11-808 (112) ; 


Alligator, Fla. : .«! Lake City. 


28-f>26d. 


— , Miss. 18-600 (Bl). 


"Allcr "(liner) 24-88Ra. 


—, lake. Me. 17-434 (Dl). 


Ailer Dean, riv., Northumb. 


— , lake. N.C. 19-772 (F2). 


9-412 (I. Dl). 


—, riv., N.C. 19-772 (F2). 



see Specie 
8a; 26-221a 



Allimaso, N.Mcx 



AllinBhara. Helen i-6SMid 
—.WILLIAM, 1-696(1. 



Allistoii. Can. 20-114 

ALLITERATION 1-6! 
1045d; Early E. 
607d; enphuistic 
Teutonic 26-674b. 

Allitona, int., Gc 
Odilienbcrg. 

ALLIUM 1-U97d; 
eultiyatcd species ■ 
lcafl2-375a; polys 

- 2 a"mpef pfafu. r 



is 10-51 



Pota 



ALLIX, PIERRE 1-697.3. 
ALLMAN, GEORGE JAMES 
l-698a; polyp and medusa 



Allobrogieus : se. 

Maximns Alloi™ 

ALLOCATUR (law) 



10-909(1, 10-9: 



AlloloDophc 
ALLOMERf 

ALLON. HI 



w>10-632d; 10- 
nueleus 10- 

I I6-6I60. 
l-825b; 5-7930 
(dict.)l-698d. 
t |.- 

1-412(1. K31. 
2(1. A3). 
103d. 



\>. 1-4 



Allopathy (diet.) 13-645C 
Allophanamide r see Bitm 
ALLOPHANE l-60Bb ; 

■794b. 



18- 



loplast 18- 8 1 

loporal4-15,u. 

loposidac E-702o. 

loposns 5-702c. 

lor, isl., Mai. Arch.: see Om- 

, inls. Mai. An*. 17-166 (El); 



l,Ei) 



Mai. Arch. 



-166 



ALLO-ALTE 



ALLOFtI, ALESSANDRO 

699c; l-970e. 

—'. CRlSTOFANO l-699o! 



■133b ; Ireland 



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instructions given on Page 1. 



:medy for hoiniin? pi 



ship. 
— Extens 
Allotriomi 



u Claude 12-537d; 
;h. 18-372 (B2). 



I. 19-502 (Bl). 
lv.', N.J. 19-502 



ALLOXAN 1-7 04b. 
Allosanio acid 1-7IH 
ALLOXANTIN 1-7(1 



[ 9-238d; foil 



202b; solubility ot com.' 
poiienta 25-370d ; steel 
i4-S0Sd; ternary l-707b. 

All Pines, C.Am. 5-678 (B2>. 

ALLPORT, SIR JAMES JO- 

— , SAMUEL i-709a. 
Allport. l'a. 21-106 (F4-3). 
ALL-ROUND ATHLETICS 1- 

708a. 
All-round rat* (ranurance) 14- 

All Saints, Margaret St., Lond. 

ALL SAINTS, FESTIVAL OF 



Allsopp, Mesi. , - 

(Plates). 
AU Sorts and Condition* 

„W«ViBesaiit)a-S20b. 
All Souls Collece, Or 

2O-406d; 6-123b; lib] 

16-553d. 
ALL SOULS' DAY l-709c. 
Allspice : see Pimento. 
Allstedt, Ger. 11-808 (P10) ; 

24-261d. 
ALLSTON, WASHINGTON 1- 



Allston, Mass. 17-852 (TM). 
AWs Well that Ends Well 

(Shakespeare ) 24-iSla. 
All the Year Hound (periodical) 

8-1 S 2c. 
All Threes (name) 8-404d. 
Alltwen, Wales 9-138 (V. Di). 
Allua-lake, Ire. 14-741 (B5) 

Allueingoli, UbaMo : sselucln 

Allumctte, isl., Can. 22-72. 

(A3). 
— , lake. Can. 21-S0b. 
AUuroididae 5-797c. 

see KoUaoatam. 



.Wash. 28-354 (C2). 
_ jint. Conn. 6-1)52 (G4). 
Ally Sloper S-33?,c. 
Alma, Ark. 2-552 (A2). 
— , Can. 19-463 (C2). 
-.Colo. 6-722 (IIS). 
-, 111. 14-30i_(D5). 

-I Mich. 1B-373 (F6) ; IE 

373d. 
-, Mo. 19-608 (C2). 



Buss. 1-7 lOd 



____ia)worms)5-79; 
ALMACANTAH (a 
"la; 26-572d. 



16-7 7 2o. 
,lma Dagh, 
Elrna Dagh. 



;. 25-530 (A3); 
mts., 8jt. : set 
Sp. 1-Tllb; 25- 



Almaaert'iTi .Vo™m (Rlocloll) 
Almagia. Roberto 26-940a. 



ii 21-274d ; 

zarro's compact 21-691a. 
Almagro (the lad) 21-275a. 
Almagro, Sp. 25-530 (D3) ; 

6-402, 



!s22.960d. 
eity) 23 -9 5 7 c. 



mtinach National. 



i, Sp. 25-530 [CD. 



13-366C. 
Imas, Huns 
13-895a. 



Alma Redemptoris " (hymn) 

S-550b ; caverns 

__._j.3-4[H3>. 
Hung. ; see Baes 

Braz. 23-353a. 

(ane. dukedom) 3- 



a-Ta'dema, Laura l-713b ; 

(TA-TADEMA, SIR LAUR- 
icel-712d;20-5<>2h;metal- 
orkl8-212d; stage work 



Emmanuel Ouigu- 
.ke ol : see Sainl 
S. L. M. G., Vioomtt 

;co Hurtado de Men- 



Almoida Garrett, 

Almoidina gura 1 
' " in, firaz. 2 
;. 25-530 

., Biaz. : s 
__ . y, 1 

ALMELO, 1 

538 (D2). 
-Canal, Holl. 
13-591b; 1-71 
- Noordhorn I 
13-588 (D2); : 



Aim. 



scho 



mona, Kan. 15-654 (CI). 



3030. 
Almendral, Sp. 25-530 (B3). 
ALMENDRALEJO, Sp. 

T14a; 25-530 (B3). 
Almenrader, Carl 3-496a. 
Aimer, Christian 12-(iS7b. 
Almeras, P. d' 22-193a. 
ALMERIA, Sp. 1-7140 ; i 

530 (D4); 5-731a; archai 

logical discoveries 2-3530. 
Almer-ia, gulf, Sp. 25-530 (D<l 

1-lllb. 
— ,prov., Sp. l-714b[ '. 

531d 

SlftERY P i 



(D4). 



— , N.Y. 19-596 « 
., Wis. 28-740 (X>ih 
-, glen, Scot. 21 -2 6 2b. 
., riv., Scot. (Edinbureh) S 
418 (E3); 16-731d; 



i. O. F.. (pseud.) : set 
„ _eker, C. M. 
ALOE l-71«d; 16-68311; 
• ish-makiutrlO-313a. 
atiotoma 11-8 01b. 
ALOES (drug) l-72l)a,. 

4cacid'i-720a. 

ijlon Agalloehum 14- 



Almondbank, Scot, 24-418 

(U-E2); 13-9541). 
Almondlmry, Yorks. 2e 



ALMONER 1-71 6d 
ALMONRY l-7_17a 

.. .. W'l 

, Mich. 18-372 (Gl). 
Almonte, riy., Sp. 25-530 (B3). 
Almora. 111. 14-304 (111). 
ALMORA, dist. and town, 

India l-717a; 14-37 6_(n5). n 



John's Gos]>el r 



(F3|. 
ALMORAVIDES 1-T17b; 18- 

856a ; 25-544a ; Spanish 

rule 12-:i:tSd, 18 -8 00a. 
Almoros, Sp. 25-530 (C2). 
Almos (of Hungary) 6-699b. 
ALMQVIST, K. J. L. 1-T18a; 

26-21 Ha. 
ALMSl-718c; 5-S60d; Boo?, 
. _ . .. — .,,„. . g^jj, 

-871b ; 
„-.,.^, Jahninmer 
17-42 Od : 



( on 26-1 042 a_; 
20-942d ; Mah 



See also 



AlmetrOm, Bohort 5-760a. 



Alor Star, Mai. Pei 



Almue Wee : see Algum tj 
Almuneear, Sp. 25-530 ( 

12-33 5a. 
Almunge, Swod. 26-190 

,E2). 
Almy (physicist) 6-882d. 
Aliuy, Tenn. 2B-H20 (Gl) 
— , Wj-o: 28-874 (B4). 
Aimyra, Ark. 2-552 (D3). 
Almy RcscrTOir, lake, 

23-249 (HI). 
Almyrillo, Conn. 6-952 (1 
Aln, rfv., Northumb. 19-7 

l-719b. 
Alna, Me. 17-434 (C4). 
ALNAGE l-719a. 
Alnarp, Swed. 26-190 (B4) ; 



*?i^ 

Almeyrim, 

<D4) ; '25-528h. 
Almina Point, Mor. 5-7T7b. 
Almira, Wash. 28-354 (G2). 
" Almira " (Handel) 12-910d. 
Almirante Spanish nayy) !■ 



e Oquendo " (ship) 



1 (E5)i 



Hiyialsoldl2-ia3d. 


Almanzora, rW., Sp. 25-530 


ALMOCAVARES 1-71 


tin; we Stream tin. 


(E4); 1-714U. 


822q; 10-527d. 


LLUVIOM (law) l-710a; 1- 


AlmanzdT and Almakide (Dry- 


Almogarer, J. B. : sta 




den) : see Continent of 


Almogayer. 


LLUv'lUMl-7i0b; 11-6G2b; 




ALMOHADES l-715b ; 


S-579c; 22-718d. 


Almaraz, Sp. 25-530 (C3). 




Inwe, Okla. 20-58 (Fl). 


l-655b; Sicilian w 


livintzy ; see AlviiUzi, Joseph. 


Abrantes, Franoisoo d'Al- 


396a [ Spaniah wa 


Ilwood, Thomas 22-71d. 


marda, count of. 


544d. 



Almo, Ida. 14-276 (C4). 
— , Ky. 15-740 (B2). 
Almodoyar, Port, 25-530 (A4). 
ALMODOVAR DEL CAMPO 

Sp. l-714d: 25-530(03). 
■■ - ■ - - .410 (12). 



:« Boscan 
; 9-916 



ALP ARSLAN (of Persia) 1- 
722o; 24-60Dd; 24-608d ; 
Nakhichevan 19-1560 ; Tto- 
manns IV. 23-583d. 

Alpaugh, Cal. 5-8 (D4). 

'IS'""*" 1 "®"" 

-, riy., Swita. (Blber) 24-39 5h. 
— , waterfall, Swita. lS-84a. 
'" Vtooeo, pass, Alps 1- 

: Alpodriz, Port. 25-530 (A3). 
Alpeinersehartc, pass, Alpa 1- 
746b. 



(n3). 
Alperschemhom 



— Castle l-710b 



l-701d, 5- , 

9-184C. 
5-47 7d; - 



ALPES MARITIMES, dept., 
Fr. l-723b; 10-778 (H6); 
23-648 (C2); 10-779c. 

— Poeninoe, mts.. It.: see 
Pennine Alps. 



Alp Fontnuna, Fuorcln de, 

Alpgemeinden i-721b. 
Alpha. Ala. 1-460 (A3). 
—, Ark. 2-552 <B2). 
— , Ida. 14-276 <B3>. 



Alpha (Greek letter) 1-lb. 
ALPHA AND OMEGA 1-72SO ; 

19-931a. 
ALPHABET 1-7230 ; 1-72? 

(Plates); acrostic use 16- 

126o: Arabic 25-54Ga ; 

Brahmi 14-G25d; Cyrillic: 

i 7-919cj 

12-271 
ureeK 13-nwa ; Kharof 
14-625d; Mani 17-57; 
manual 7-891a, 7-76' 
Mcroitic fl-Gld ; Phoenic 
21-155d, 9-Hld; pliont... 
21-461b; Roman ll-107d; 



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Instructions given on Page 1, 

ose (Rhododondron 
m) 25-130'. 



ALLO-ALTE 



-7231) i 



Mph 



The 



25-571b; Gaiicia annexed 

— VII. (of Leon and Castile) 
l-735a; 25-544c ; 25-5-7 lb; 
1-7330 ; defeats All III. 1- 



25-547h ; 11-S41C 
; as author 27-3UE 
, 22-153d; boMp 



— XI. (of Leon and Castile) 1- 
735d; 25-547d; 15-530a. 

— I., &c. (of Moilcna): sec 
Alplionso L, &c, of Bate. 

—II. (of Naples) 19-lSld ; 7- 
162d; French attofkl-ooia; 
Otrauto taken (1481) 10- 
264 a. 

— (of Poitou) 16-lS0b; 21- 
8 9 So. 

— I. (of Portugal) l-733c ; 22- 
140a; Ali III. defeated 1- 
7ISa; tomb6-20a. 

— ir. (of Portugal) l-733d; 
22-140d. 

— III. (of Portugal) l-733d: 



Alpnadelphia Phalanx 6- 
Alphnrd(astron.)7-lS(ir_...... 

Alpharelta, Ga. 11-752 (B1J. 
AL-PHASI,ISAACl-732c;13- - 

171o ; 26-3S3c. 
ALPHEGE, ST l-732d; 

"is 2-4S6a; : 



664a. 



Alpiiei 
Alphci 



, Hiei 



Alphcn, Holt. 13-588 (B3). 
ALPHEUslri'v., Gr. l-732d; 1 



42Sd r 
Alphington, Dot 



inncla 12- 
, 10- 60S d. 



a#e.d 22-146b; order of tho 
Sword 15-SGGa. 

— VI. (ot Portugal) 1-734&; 
22- 148c. 

— (of Portugal, princo) 24- 
190b. 

— (of frorence)22-504o. 

— I., &e. (of Regjrio): net 
Alplionso I., &o., of Este. 

— I. -III. (Spanish kings) : set 
AlphonsoI.-III. of Asturias. 

see 'Alphonso 1 IV. S *& vTof 



e (Bcfai 



Ft. 10-778 



(D3); B-IlSa. 
ALPDf I, PROSPER 
Alpraial-737a: 11 
Alpino, Utah 27-S1 



Alpisella, pass, Alps 1 

Alpnacll (Alpdorf). Si 

242 (E3); 27-7811). 

Alpnaelistad, Switz. 



54 (113). 

l-748d 



ALSATIA (sanctuary) l-757a. 

Isatian Society of Stean 
Users 25- 8 2 Sic. 
Alsbonia scholaris 15-287c. 
Alsdorf, Ger. 11-308 (I. J7). 
Alsea, Ores. 20-242 (B3). 
-.bay, Occg. 20-242 (A3). 
-, riv., Oreg. 20-242 (1!3). 
trades (myth.) 19-930d. 
Isck, riv., Alsk. 1-472 (L4) ; 
1-4731). 
ALSEN.isl., Ger.l-757a; 8-21 
— J); ll-62a. 
10, It. 10-3 9 4a. 
ik. riv., Ger. 11 -S< 



i, oastle, Swabia 13' 



ALSIETINU& LACUS (Lew di 
Martigpano), It. l-757a ; 
15-20 (B5) ; 2-2-113. 



:ubln,nung.3-4(F2). 



Alphin Pike, mt., Yorks. 

933 (Be). 
Alphitonia ponder 

ALPHONSE (of Toulouse) 1- 

733a; 16-173*- ~* 

ALPHONSEJ 

rebellion "i 
, Ind.O. 1-320 ' 



1-731! 



(15); 24-7: 
ALPHONSO 

734d; 25-570d 



(of A 



-IV. I 



571d ; 25-5 



S3 -5 44b. 
l-735d; 

1-7 3Ga ; 

' l-736a ; 

„,_j~i-736a ; 25- 

57Id; 25-548d; Joanna II. 
of Naples 15-122b; charter 
to Malta 17-5110; ip Cor- 
sica 7-201b; in Sardinia Z4- 
217a; Marseilles sackod 17- 
768a; Naples reign 19-1840, 
lS-37d. 

— I. (of Asturias) l-734a ; 25- 
569d; 25-541 H. 

— II. (of Asturias) l-734a ; 



:eof Asturias)l-736d; 
soeglie) ; see Bisceglie, 



1-327 



knighthood 15- 86 7 a ; Pari! 
visit (1883) 20-821b, lO 
KflSd; Zorilla 28.1039d. 
-XIII. (of Spain) l-736d 
25-572c ; 25-5611); 4-327 



XII." (ship) 8- 

XIII." (ship) 24- 

isls., Ind.O.: flee 
isls. 
n ernandez de Pal- 
5S0D. 
. : see Alphonso of 



Tout 



urdali 



— Raymund of Ca 

Alphonso VII. (of Leon and 

Castile). 
ALPHONSUS A SANCTA 

Maria 1-7 36d. 
Alphorn : see Alpenhorn. 
Alphubel, mt., Alps l-743b. 

, pass, Alps 1-7430. 



Alpi i , . . 

Apuani, A] pi. 
Alpi della Luna, ] 

Luna, Alpi dell 



, It.: 



Alpine, Ala. 1-460 (C2) ; 

— , Ariz. 2-544 (D3). 
— , Ark. 2-552 (R3>. 
— , Cal. S-8 (E5J. 

— I Ind. 14-422 (GS). 



— , pass, Colo. 6-722 (D3). 



15 -5 6Bd 
d 20-81d 

i ■ :■■■ 



VINCENT l-757b 



;sche) 11-79 






Adul. 



ps, Albuli 

>f 18- 8 00t 



). 25-53 






Alpuonte, Wp. 25-530 (E3). 
ALPUJARBAS (Alpusarran 

dist., Sp. 1-75H1; 2S-5S 

(Dl). 
ALflAMA IBN 'ABADA : 
- "— 18-fiMd. 

Alque.." . .". — "-" 

ALCJUIFOU 1 

Alread, AJk. 2-..._ 

ALREDUS OF BEVERLEY 

1-7 55a. 
Alresford, Ess. 9-424 (IV. D3) 
— , nants 21-6041) ; 12-004a. 
— . Now, Hants 9-42(1 (III. B4); 

12-9041). 
— , Old, Hants 9-420 (III. E4). 
Alrewas, Staffs. 9-116 (II. D4); 

27-2.-,0d. 
Alric (of Kent) 15-735d, 
AM, Den. S-24 (C3). 
Alroy Downs Station, AustI 

2-080 (F3). 
Alrui (Alroy), David 18 -193d 



.) l-734b ; 

) 1-Tflib ; 25- 



takon3-182a; Merida taken 
18-165c; Salamanca uni- - 
versity 24-59d: war with - 
hod 10.266a, 



— Club 18-938c ; 3-263b ; 
rope 18-938a. 

— Co., Cal. 5-8 (D2). 
-flying squirrel 27-633o. 

— flora: see Aretic-Alpine 

— marmot l-751h ; 17-74«a 
(f»B.). 

— Meadow, mts.. Buss. : set 
Vaila-daRh. 

— Muschclkalk 27-260b. 

— pipit: see Water pipit. 

— iace5-611b; 9-919b. 



I in> 111 '. I .HLI' H 

l-757e; 9-372b. 
Abtcn, Swed. 25-935 (A2). 
— , isl.. Nor. lfl-800 (B2); 19- 

SOOb. 
Alster, Swed. 26-190 (B2). 
— , riv., Ger. 12-S71d. 
* lsier A, riv., Swed. 28-190 

(C3). 



(PI. III.), 20-4 
. -, mts., Sp.25-; 
Altamii'ano, Arg 



nsh (king of Delhi) 14- 
„Ba. 
ALTAMURA, It. 1-7590 ; 15-4 

"-!)■ 

i (or Ycnta) (Mongol 



Mex. 18-318 (Bl) I 



also ' Soma -altar. Turtle- 

alters. 
Lltarc,It.l2-101d. 
-, pass, Alps (Bocchetta dell* 



13 GetdiumCLeiat) 

n. 9-430 (TI.C2). 
Lioaven, PekinB 6- 

s, Deloa7-972a. 
Icnae, N.Af. : see 
, altars of. 
a (regis) 23-607b. 



Altiuma, Okla. 20-58 (11), 
Alt, Rudolf 20- 512d. 

Alt, Lanes. 28-933 (A 2). 
— , viv.. Lanes. 16-139 (B2). 
Alta, In. 14-732 (B2). 
—..111. 14-301 (03). 
— , Utah, 27-81 4 (C2). 
— "-■ 5-8 (D3). 



"liar"™?' I 
215b. 



Alta & 



(C2)_. 



:., Mes 



1-1 3 So. 



Alsasua, Sp. 19-282b. 
Alaatia, La. 17-54 (CI). 
— , Lond. : — ™-<*-'-'— 



Altaf Hosair, : sw Hali. 
Alta Graola, Arg. 2-162 (C4). 
Altagracia, Venez. 27-989 (Al) 
Atta House, Cleveland, O 

ALTAI, mts., C.Asia l-758a 
27-120 (G2-HS) ; 26-1061S 
Alpine floral-733c; i-eoloc; 
8-126b; minerals 25-13a 
7-110d. Il-i00a; Pr.reval 



: see Altai, 
ar) 2-249c; name 
; parallax 25-788d. 



18-318 
Mex. 18-318 

Alta"Vela, rooks, W.I. 12-824 

(B2). 

Vera Paz, dept., CAm. 

B-GU5d : 12-662a. 
_ tavilla, Ger. : see BltviUe. 
Altavista, la. 28-740 (A5). 
— , Kan. 15-634 (F2). 
Alt-Becae, Hung. ; see O- 



Altdorf, Ger. 27-763c; 



— , bay, Ger. 11-808 (C4). 
ALTDORFER, ALBRECHT 1- 

7G3b. 



i of Annalt- 

Altefahi.Ger. Z3-822b. 
Altels, int., Alps l-741a; 

l-719a; ll-573b. 
ALTEN, SIR CHARLES 1- 

763b. 
Alten, fjord. Nor. 19-800 (Bl) ; 



Altenahr, Ger. 11-888 (I. j7) i 
1-43 3d. 

Altenberg, Ger. - (Bh-ProT.) 

12-S3b ; abbey 2-406a. 
— , Ger. (Saxony) 24-266a. 
— , Moresnet 3-068 (H2) ; 13- 

258b. 
Alten burg, inehael 14-188d. 
ALTENBDRG, Ger. 1-763C i 

11-808 (III. oil) ; 11 -60b ; 

town hall 2-4218. 
■ — , Hunt. : sec Koriisbnnya. 
— , Mo. 18-608 (G4). 
— , oastle. Bar. 3-302a. 
— , ITngarisch, Hung.: Hft 

Magyar -Ovar. 
Alten-Essen, Ger. 11-808 (L 

AltfliiHamme, diaL, Ger. 12* 



ALTE-AMBA 



Altenklingen, SwiM. 26-242 

(Ol). 
Altenmarkt, Aus. 3-4 (D3). 
Alt*n-otting, Gcr. : see Altot- 

Altenateig, Get. 11-808 (Bl). 
Altenstein, Karl 13-20:! a. 
ALTEN STEIN, castle, Gcr. 

l-7ti.ld. 
Altenwald, Pa. 21-100 (G- 

no>. 

Alter do OliSo, Port. 25-530 



ALTERNATION (diet,.) !■ 



Alter Fedroso, Port, i 



Altevand, Nor. 19-800 (Dl). 
Alto Veste. Nuremberg IS 

28-3 8ld. 



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Hid; Chi 



Altgraf ( 



i;ter 6-ia3b: 

: 6*125a,'V 

li 3-788 (map), 
e) 7-3 1 4c. 
HAEAl-lBia,; 18-92d. 

— frutoKl3-773c. 

— officinalis : see Marsh 
Mallow. 

— rosea : set nollyhock. 
Altham, Altham Annealey, 1st 

baron 2-1 6p. 
— , Richard Annealey, 3rd 
baron 2-lfle. 



dltfora Peio (OMphant) 



l-704b ; detern 



Altjira 27- 8 4b. 



. 10-340 (I 
jishop) li 



.2- 5 7 0b 
•) 21-9 



radeaoerit lamp IB- 
IS corff 26- 2 64a. 
it,! Swite. 26-213 

r.i9-59S(Da). 

nice ot 12-735 



Alt-MeiBaen pori 
ALTMUHL, tit. 
11 



-,La.l7-Si(CI). 
-, Mich. 18-372 {El). 
-, N.Mex. 19-520 (El). 



Alton, Eduard Josef d' 9-325c 
Alton, CaJ. 5 : S (All. 



ALTON, Haute 1 



(1613) 12-407d; 



— , Ind. 1' _ 
— . Kan. 15-654(01 
— , La. 17-/11 (DO). 
— , Me. 17-434 (1)3). 
— , Mo. 13-608 (E5). 
— , N.H. 19-400 (TCS' 



ALTONA, Gcr. i-764d; 

SOS (B2); 12-875H ; 

ventlon 24-33fic ; obec 

tor? 19-957a. 
— , 111. 14-304 (U2). 
— , Ind. 14-422 (C2). 
— , K.Y. 19-590 (Gl). 
Alton Eav, K.il. 19-400 (' 
Alto Xevado. Chil. 1-963 1 
AU'm. Locke (K 1 ugalcy ) 

Alton Station, Ky. 15 



ion. Stalls. 
£(01). 



Alto Faraupeba, Braa. 4-440 

(F3). 
Alto Fasdo, battle (1325) 15- 

36d, 5-lHSa; battle (1341) 

Alto Pass,' III. 14-304 (C6). 
ALTO-RELIEVO l-7S5d; B3- 



785 (map); l-7K4d. 
ALTOTTING, Gcr. l-76Sd 

11-80B (1)4). 
ALTRAN5TADT, Ger.l-765d 

11-808 (III. Q10). 



see Marischal, Gcortfo Keith 
ALTRINCHAM, Chee. l-765d 



Spencer 25-637a ; 1 

844a. See also Bent 

Alt-Ruppin, Get. 11-8' 



ALTYN-TAGH, i 

766o;6-l 

27-3471.; 

Altyntaab, 

Altyn-TUbe 



3-874 (F3); 
a 27-173C. 



Alula, Has 9-7 



-126c,l-93d;ltaliaj 



8-307h. 
52 |C:5). 
.ry) 1-7660 ; 2- 



1)5)"; ll-20(lc 
geology 3-207a. 
- Bay beds (gei 

LlSmbrc, mta., S Ai 
ilum Bridge, W 
«72). 



ALUMINIUM _l-767d; 18- 



— ■ chloride 1-7 



Aluminium snlphide 1-7723. 



I ALVENSLEBEN, 



K-lotngri, mt., Tib. 6-168 



Alupka, S.Iliiss. 23-871 (El); 



red (Aliiredus) of Beverley: 
:e Alrcdus of Beverley. 

u (cl T>zzj' Turk. As. 26-305 

C2); 9-K90e. 

saraid (Alu-Sharehid) : nee 

1-871 <E4); 

"(Olt, Alt), riv.. But. 
26 (B2-3); 3-4 (II) : 
lla; 23-8261.; 9-<)IIS)d. 
riv., Russ. : see Terek, 

uirshid : see Ururnush. 
iAlba), FERNANDO AL- 



... 



defeat of Antonio 2-1 
Notlierlanda campaign 

Alva',' Miss. 1B-600 (C2), 
— , Okta. 20-58 (CI). 
ALVA, Knot. l-774a; 21 
(Da); 6-417d; geolog 

— , Port. 25-f>30 (A2). 
— , Wyo. 28-874 (HI). 
— , riv.. Port, 25-530 (A-B2) ; 

22-1 35b. 
Alvallade, For 

12-6080. 



Alva 



William Arden, 2nd 
=y, Chcs.9-110 (M.B3). 



— , PEDRO DE 1 
Guatemala conquei 
663d; .Salvador co 
24 - 97c ; Qnestal 
founded 22-7471). 

Alvarado, Mcs. 18-31 
27-101 5b. 

— , Tex. 26-690 (B8). 

— ! nit!, Chil. l-962d. 
Alvarcs do Andra.d 
.ndrade, Fernao Al 



-, AKons 



ido 4-4' 



-, FRANCISCO 1-7 

-, DON JOSE 1-771. 
-, Jnaiil8-340d; 1: 
-, DON MANUEL 1 



, Alnnsu 18-60SV, 



ALVARY, MAX 1-774.1 
Alvar Yanea de Minaya 12- 

6 lid. 
Alvaston,Ucrby.9-410(II.Kl); 

Alvaton,' Ky. 15-740'(K1). 
Alvear, Carlos 18-779d. 
Alvear, Arg. 2-162 (Dl). 
ALVEARY (dirt.) 1-77'lrt. 
Alveelinrch, Wores. 9-420 (III. 

Alvena (anc. Minthc), mts 

9-2 7 8d, 
Alvenslcben, Albreoht, c 



31 20-291a| 
l-775h; 11- 



jaw Ijotio 26-499d ; of lung 
23-1 86d. 

liveolina 7-418a ; 9-063d, 

- beds 9-6(i3a. 

Alveolites 25-110d. 

ilvoma. Port, 2S-530 (A3). 

ih-etno, int.. It. 10-93Sd. 

Uvcr.;tol;e, Hants 9-430 
(III. E5); 12-267d. 

ILVERSTONE, RICHARD 
Everard Webster, 1st baron 
l-776b ; Alaska boundary 
commission l-177d, 5-164o. 

ilverthoi'pe, Yofks. 28-933 

LIverton. Corn. 21 -125c. 
-, Pa, 21-106 (C5). 
Uvea, Rodrigues 4-462d. 

Scot, 24-413 (E2>; 
igy 9-269o. 



-ens (in Ttom. batlis) 3- 
■ 14d. 

iano, Bartholomew 17- 

16d. 

■ic, lake, Scot. 24-412 

E2). 

iellu. Port, 16-771b. 









-242 

9-410 (II, 

Lies. 9-420 (III. 

. 20-114 (B3). 
h ll-181ai 11- 



■ssmal 8-922b. 

icta ca.mera. 21-506a 
to. Fort. 25-530 (A3). 



oi), Hunts. 9-124 (IV. 
church 13 - 953b ; 
igs 13-951d. 
India, 14-370 (GG) ; 

!ncy 22-80(ia. 

.R, state. l-775c; 15- 

i'ua So Aldholmo 20- 

s, India 14-382 (G14). 



'., Ntirthnrab. 9-412 

., Dev. 9-130 (VL 

Xorlhumb. 9-412 



ALYATTES 1 

12-118a ; ; 

Alybc : see G: 



Alysselde 2«-123c ; 5-5t2a. 



"ff?y 


7.522 


i ; 13-768b ; 


AMAKUSA, 

15-106 (F 


a3™ 


aiim 10 


560b. 
23- 




. 


lS-SSSd, 1 
Am iikusa.ua d 


Alyth, j- 


cot. 24- 


18 (E 




21- 


'■'■I'.l - ■ 


— "rturi 


10-OliO 




24 


41S 


Aumlafrida ' 
dork) 26- 


— , lore 


t or, 




24 


41S 


AMALARIC 


— June 




cot. 


24 


41 S 


Ainalari'us o: 


Alyz'ia,' 


ir. 12-1 
Mont. 1 


( P. 3 




14- 


suentha) 1 


tlyeHmr 


Frunci 


12 (D4 






122h,' 7-s; 


Alzettc, 












<H4) 


17- Id 6 


'i 15 




■ 




ALZEY 












UL 1 


b™io"k 


20-S 


dT 


11- 


AMALFI, I 


Alio, It 


26-242 


E5).' 






(CJ); 15 


AI ^? G 








Tl- 


<t z-iar>o,i8 


AIzoii, Fr. (Gatd 


10-7 


8( 




AMALGAM 



Amiid/ia el Idoine 23-5 3c ; 

Ama'das'sus, Asia M. 21-514B. 
Amadaval. 28-iiOn i 13-47 5a. 
Amada Yesus l-'JOd. 
Amade, I.adislms 13-92fia. 
Ainadoo, Giovanni Antonio 18- 

Aiiiaduiis V. (of Savoy) 24- 
a;>6 i 24-2541); 11-5K9C. 

— VI. (of Suvoj) 24-256 ; 24- 

— VII._' (of Savoy) 24-256; 

— Till, (of Savoy) : see Felix 

— IX. (of Savoy) 24-256 j 24- 

Amadeiia, lake, S.Aug. 2-90(1 

(El); 2-S>42d; 2-9li2b. 
Ama-llhlaiiibe: see Ndh- 



25-580d; 11-1: 

Amadjuak, Sake 

<P3>; 3-103a. 



S _ .Y. 19-5 

sec Gcalcka. 
:ii. 8-24 (E3 







Ma 


.Arch. 1-797 


a! 


sisr 


'£ 


bo 19-260d. 








Ama'-Knakh 
Am'ak of Bo 
Amakora, ri 


be r tre. Rnrab 
bura21-2.'.0a. 
., Venes. 27-9 



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Jap. 1-7 



ALTE-AMBA 



bay, Jap, 15- 

) 1-7 7 To. 
8-190 (B2). 



•odite 2-167d; Gree 

j 5-7 lid. 

us, Ta 1. ; see Amata. 



AMATI (family) 1-7 



lauieu dc Sescaa (Ijo 
lour) 22-498b. 
AMANITA 1-TSOaj 11 -343d . 

li-jeu-n, Edmond20-5 

imiiigen, lake, Sweil. 

-Ndhlam'bo, tribe J 

iblambe. 

ns, St23-447a. 



a, 14-382 (El 0). 



.arSinghI.13-lS4b. 
ai-ud3-llld. 
.am -nay u, riv. Pen 
Iadrc dc Dios. 
.arwara, India 14-37( 
aiyllidaeeaa 16-H81( 

: AMARYLLIS 1-T81d ; 



AMANUENSIS {diet.) 1-7 80b. 

a.our Dagh. and El ma 

jivillerB, Ger. 18-309 
an); 18-312a. 
ilzu (family) 13-84!d. 
pa, riv., Braz. 4-440 (Fl) ; 

AMAPALA, noud. l-780b : 
* r i78(B-Cd). 

ay, C.Am. : see Fonsoea, 

pars-, riv., Braz, 4-110 

-1'ondo, tribo : seePoudo. 



AmfuTiitlms (mvth.) 1-T80c. 
Amaryntlum, Uv. l-TS0o. 
Amasa (bibL) 15-417Q ; '. 

Amasa,' Mich. 28-710 (K-2). 



2-760 
Mahon 



ned27-145a;] 
' n ll-394b; 



C OF BENA 1-T' 



AMALTEO (Italian family) 
W79h. 
POMPON IO 1-7 



i)27-447d. 

AMASIs'(Aimiaso, AahmeE 
- ""' " "3a; Ilyl 

ken 14-1 
.__..., 18-91" 
l-4o0d. 
:i. 1-7S2 
70d; Cyi 



i- 18-9G8a; 



440d; 
462d; 



So) 8-695d ; delusion 
0856) 5-240b; in 

.9-254d. 

. Set v. 24-686 (AD. 

libc 13-1 led. 
(priest of Bethel) 

'of Judah) 3-869a[ 
3 ; 8-950a. 
tribe 18-8530 s 3- 

I, riv., S.ATn.l-783d[ 
;maii) ; 2B-487b ; 4- 

"3ritiah Guiaua 4- 

isplo 



206d; 



eks lav 



AMALTHE1A (r: 



tane do 22-1 61a. 
Io(gov.of Macao): 

do (Por(j'poli- 



eople) 25-383o. 
see Amapanth. 
:eae ll-256d ; 



allian 



(wifo of Xer 
^'(daugbterof 



, l-168b. 6-32; 

geology 4- 4 42b. 

790a; 4-440 ' (A-D 
population 4- i 46a. 
AMAZON AS, dept.. Pern 
■"""- : 21-264 (A4 & B2 



t. Mo. 18-608 (E2). 



(F12); 17-9 
llpondumisi, 



riv., Pal. : seeAbai 



AMARANTH l-780o 
■ '4b. 
ranti, l'orl, 21-92t 

rantna (ol Ales 



AMARA SINHA 1 



: sec Tefulu. 
15-222b; 



legend 13-5 3 9b 



-7893; 4-117c; 20- 



jaoa, W.Af. 6-923 (A5) j 

Amb'neii l-323b : Nile Sudd 

~l-20a. 
jad, India 14-382 (K]0). 



17-4: 



f. Me! 



Jmballa.' 
14-382 

., Turkcst.: 

Ambalema^ Coiom.'6-JOl (B3); 

■ AmbaUabe, Mad, 17-871 (Otk 






AM BAN-AMIR 



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■{, Wash 28-354 (04) 



i, Nig. 19-678 (A.-B1). 



Amenrnesss (Egyptian king) 
loy'his I. 8-T9b ; 9-83t> ; 



AMBU1ANCE 



AMENTIFEHAE 1- 



AMEDEO FEBDINANDO M. 



AMERCEMENT 



THE CAMALDUUAN 



K 



AMELIE-LES-B A INS, 



T DE LA HOUSSAYE, 



AMBROS1ASTEH 1-801 £ 
AMBROSINI, BARTOLOMEO 



Arabigol, Surt. 9-126a, 
AMBICU l-794c. 
AMBIGUITY 1-7 94d. 
AmbMBOUS middle 2S-S8 
ArabuiiBtriiiin 17-1 31 d. 



i Otfrfopaedia 



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iastractloas ■■. giv§a oa\P*gByi. 



American Entomological 







AMIR-ANAE 



hill : see Lockhart, 
ad:$eeu»uferKhohak. 

j 17-413b; 9-lOJa; 



— ul-Miilk 27-i 
41 lc. 



WIS (F2>; 2-ISO (G2) : set 
also Samsun. 
Amltahha (deity) 16-97d; 15- 



— Co., Aliaa. 18-61)11(1! 
AMITERNUM, It. 

15-26 (D3). 
Amities Imncaiaes 



-, Me. 17-434 <E3). 

-, n.Y. e-saod. 

-, Ores. 20-212 (B2). 



!, N.Y. 19-596 (G5). 



Amleth(Amlctli(ls):sfcHamlc 
Amlia, isl., Alsk. 1-472 (K5). 
Amli-MU] l3-500d. 
AMLWCH, N. Wales l-859f 

9-428 (V. CI). 
Amma, W.Va. 28-118 (B3>. 



AMMAN AT I, BARTOLOMI 

l-«39d. 
Ammantord, Wales 8-428 ( 

Ctl; 5-366b. 
Amman Lutf, Mir 13-489c. 

(1114). 

(dynasty) 27-291i 



t Mother of 
26-190 (C2); 



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ermiillor, C. F. 17-392e. 
ersee, lake, Ger. 11-8 
.); ll-S07ft. 
.erzode (Amelrov, Ai 
rneden), castle, Hon. 1 

i-52 

660a";"MSS. recovered 21 

" Ammiraglio d£ Saint Bon ' 

(ship) 24- 9 04 U. 
AMM1RATO, SCIPIONE 1' 

Ammiiis (legend) 9-749c. 
Amraobium 10-lOb. 
Amrnochaj'es S-T90o ; 5-7910. 



rir., India: * 
Cyprus : * 



10-62 9 b ; 1 

clarke! : i 

: set Sand-eel. 



tablets 20- 
temple 5-i 
S-203c; D. 
B7d ; JCthi 
8 4 6b ; Kl 

roverenco 9 
III. 9-8 6a 
2S-163c. 
AMMON, 



Pal. 30-602 (D5- 



; 'xa.1 analysis il -48 2d 
manufacture 11 -484b 

■city 6-S69d ;_ Priestley'' 



19-92 7d ; ! 

■■,:'' 






tcs (zool.). 5-69ad 

tiduo 6-«93d. 
tico rosso 15-5B9o. 
inferiore 16-533d. 
tcidea 5-692d toll. 
> 20-590(1 ; legend, 
a ; Jurassic zones IB. 

urn l-862a ; ioni. 

iam 25-894e. 
«2-777b. 



tiuate l-863b. 

™baltisulphito 6 

7-G79d: 27-793b. 

22-529a. 

jen phosphate 1 



48 2d. 



e 1-8620 ; 6-7 
idithiophospha 



— peri r> date 7-5 



- persulphate l-862d. 

- phosphates l-862d. 

- phosphomoly bdato 



dium hydrogen phos- 

Iphite l-862d; l-861e ; 

...„nurial nee 17-616b. 
— sulphides l-863a. 

'-lphoeyallidB 22-529b. 
10NIUS GRAMMATICUS 



- Lithob 

- o[ Alexanoria (gloss 
12-1 2 Id. 

- o£ Alexandria (exegeb 

- SACCAS l-864b : 19-3 



490(1)3); 19-49! 
mnoperdix bonl 
Sand -partridge. 



w Khammurahl. 



M. 19-GG4d. 



)n (hlbl.) 1-73(1. 
Ind. 14-422 (D5). 
i, Pau.O. 20-436 (N6). 
iful, VV.Af. : buttle (1874) 



4Sd; 23-246c; 



- histolytica (dysi 
876a; "<■<•"-- 
23 -2 45c 
I """"" , ^2ST246<'; 



— rotator 
Amoebe 






8-265b; S-7S5b ; 
23; 2 46b. 

2B'-7Glh, 



•£ Ophryo- 
.) 16- 29 3c. 



AMONTONS, GUILLAOMK : 



m) 1-876C! 

les 23-205a. 
on (1433) 9. 



'.» (Ovid) 20-31 
:t. Mo. 18-608 
>(« (Spenser) 



a JI. 5-34d; 5- 



Aniorpha 10 -5 6 5 a. 
Ainorphiria5-4G4b 
AMORPHISM (did 



-, THOMAS 1-8 



,,.. 18-600 (DI). 

AMOS (Hebrew prophet) 1- 

S77a; 13-lS3a; lS-iyab ; 

22-iiad. 
AMOS, SHELDON l-878a- 

— , Ark. 2-552 (CI). 



mus. Book o! 1-K77a; 3- 
tiib'sliash, tribe 3-765a. 
moskcag, liridgc, Manchester, 



4-379b; 16-140d. 



s d', dist., Fr. 10- 



AMOY, China l-8JSa 
(K5); ll-291a; 
capture (1841) i 
Coolie emigration 7-' 



"IK™ 



17-271d; V. 
„ Mad. 17-27 



AMPEREMETER 



22-2()6c; thermal principle 

.mpcre-tiirn 27-742(1. 
■MPERSAND (diet.) l-382d, 

28- 9 48a. 
jnpezzo, Aus. : see Uortlna. 
-I'ai9, Aus. l-747c. 
-mpfield, Hants. 9-420 (III. 

E4). 
.mpharthrandrla 9-659e. 



AMPHIBIA l-seaa; 23-1 

"iiinacus- olassiJifiatFon 
026d: see also Eatraeti 



AMPHIBOLOGY (Amphiboly) 
Amphibrath27-1043a. 



Amphicoclousi; 
Ajnphiot.idELc S-^ 



AMPHICTYONY 1-8 



Amphicyon 6-,'17dh. 
Amphieyoi)idae5-370(). 
Amphicyrtic angle ; see 

soidal ancle. 
Amphtdamas (legend) 4-f 
Ampliidasys hetulaTia" 10 

(%-)■ 
-■-idiso 25-723a; 25 



'Tng.j. ' 



orium 14- 6. 14 b. 
a 3-7 14b. 
.4-703a; 4-704b. 
I-155d. 



Amphihna foliaoea 26-40Td. 

— lisuloldca 26-408a. 
Amuhilin!dae26-407c. 
AMPHILOCHUS (legend) 1' 

S86c. 

— of lcor.inm5.194b. 
Ar^philonclie 22-8l)4a (fig.). 



Amphima 


us (legend) 16-- 


36d. 


Amphimc 






Amphimi 


is 13-353d ; 


13- 


3i2b r 


aee also Repro 


duc- 


Am'phjnio 


ladi'dae 10-46 5 d 






pas 10-465d. 




Amphimorphae 10-475d; 


20- 


323e. 










14- 


14ib. 






Amphipe 


ra 6-2 i 8a ; 18-6 




18-6761 


(flK.). 




AMPHION (myth.) 1-8 




12- 19 2a 








t-r. 13-74d. 






12- 5 60c. 




AMPHIOXUSl-88fid: art 




2-66 8d 


balanoBloseu 


3- 


238a; 


brain 4-400d, 


14- 


2 Rio ; 


eianinl nerves 


19- 




raniat.a relationahin 


27-1049c. 27-1049d 




689b; 


embryology 9-318d 






gelatin 


na tissue 11-6 




olfaetor 




Kd; 




ord 25.670c ; a 






9-4041). 




Amphipaffiis, prom., Gr 


12- 


440 (A- 


Bl). 




Amphipe 


argils 3-971b. 




Ar.iphipe 


lea ll-526h. 






atheriinn 17-78 




Amphipli 


ide hapl(ist*le 
M-73R (fig.). 


2tf 


Amphip'ie 


ura 18-868b. 




Aniphipn 


idae 26-51*0, 





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impbipoda 
pouch 7- 



MSSS 



1 ,. . 



19- 



AMPHIPROSTYLE (diet.) 1- 

Auipliiprovlverra 7-409b; E5- 

Amphiptvetics una 26-107d 

(lis.); 26-403a; 26-4.1 r- 
AMPHISBAENA 1-S91c j 






23-1 



mldc 



AMPHITHEATRE 1-8 



AMPSANCTUS, kike. It 
S93c; 15-26 (E4); 15-i 

... u .. ., 

rripthill, A. O. V. Ku 
2nd baron 1-8940. 
., ODO WILLIAM 
Russell, 1st baron 1-893 
AMPTHH.L. Beds. 1-S9K 
■■■ KIV. AS). 

iy 3-630d; 7-132a. 



judia, Peilr, 



8-792 



j of Lor 



13-+ 



llariidi 
zaib. 

jnpuidan, El, 

10-331d. 
.mpurias (Em( 

13-aaed. 



11-5 



201b; 

ys 27-aa:i 



i. 22-734 (D3). 



Amstel, riv., Holl. 13-588 (B2). 
— porcelain B- J 51c. 
Amstelian group 21-8'i 7c; 11 ■ 

Amstolkring Museum, Holl. 

1-897C ■ 
Amstclland, dist,, Holl. 13. 

608a. 
Amstelveen, Hell. 13-.18S (B2). 
Amsterdam, tfa. 11-752 (B5). 
AMSTERDAM, Holl. l-896d . 

13-588 (B2I; Academy of 

Science l-97d; Bunk: set 



AMSTERDAM, . 
AMSTERDAM ( 






10-033d; 
5-7 02b. 



AMPHITRITEO 



isls.. Fac.O. : 
156 (T3). 



—cotton 7-25Sb. 
Amraphel 1-71(1. 
Amr Asl.daq. : se, 
Sa'idal Aslidak. 

i-895a; "l 



■AMR-B.-EL-ASS l-895a ; 

25b; 5-271) : 9-91d. 
— B. KULTHUM l-895d ; 1 

870b j 18-SSSu. 

— b. Laitn 5-50b ; 24-9S9b, 

— III. b. Mundliir 18-B;14a. 



AMPHITRYON 



Ampbogonal. 
AMPHORA 






Amplefoith, Y( 



. 9-412 (I. 
'78 (Q5). 



AMPLIATIVE (c 



Judgment, 
mb)5-49S 









n. : sec. Easto 






ill. 










26-312 (Gl). 








Marathus. 




t(rel 






— I 


atial 


cattl 


) 14-3910. 


AMRtTSARlt 


mritJS)! Ind 




89Sd 


14-: 




AMR OH A 


Ind 


a 1-S96a; 14 


3 


S(H5 




















9-428 (V. Bt 






i ■ 




Am 


uLei" 






AMRUM, 


isl.. 





ita, India 14-376 (M-N8 
.3-8401). 



AMUCK, RUNNING 1-8! 



rnkta, isl., A 
AMULET 1-B' 






gdales 1-3 OS- 

. 103a.; 28-97;... 

AMYGDALIN 1-9 00a. 



Amygdalus 1 
— nana 37-4 
ArnygilopliW 



) l-900b. 



21-141b ; 

1-9001) ; 
:. 25-8930, 



AMIR-ANAE 



see Climbing perch. 
S (Xenopfion) 1- 
8-886a ; TVTOSd. 
ammodendron ; see 



Anabiosis 16-601b. 
Antibleps 7-6i»5(i ; 23-120U. 

ANABo£lSM ' ll^OSc 1 ™" ; 



■i (B7); I 
5-101d; S 



ANACHRONISM l-905d. 
Anacletus 11. (antipopc) 

578a; -Innocent II. 

577d; Lateral, council 



— (bp, of Home) : see Alien- 
ANACOLUTHON 1-9 06a. 



(lcsendl 23-689a. 
, Scot. 24-418 [Dl 
j, F.Is. 21-392 (C-l 



14d; agriculture 25-lde 
fauna 25- 14b. 
— nits., Alg. 1-643 (B3) ; i 

AMUR" (Sakhalin-nla), riy 



Amsanctus, lake. It. j see 

Amsb'ry, Peu 21-1(111 (FA). 

Amschcspaiid (diet.) 5-468< 

AMSDORF, NIC OLA US VON 



:h. 17-466 



oks 1-89 



AMYMONE (i 



l-900dj 14-M2C1: 
- (Macedonian prii 

911b. 



Lor (legend | 13-3 4 6 d. 
AMYOT, JACQUES 1-901j 
onument 18-101b ; J-'l 



Amyzon group 9-6 
Amzhi, Afg. 15-631 

Ainzru.Hor. is-Sb 
An, Bur. 4-840 (D£ 
—.China 6-168 (K 
— , pass, Buv. 15-9 



ANACONDA ( E line 






l-900b; hiber 


latlon 13- 








— (1 


jnionrctaenlst 


s) 6-17 la; 


22 


704b; 5-780b. 






orelas, isls., N 


G. 19-481 


irtes, Wash. 26 


-351(01). 
28 (D4) ; 




oatia, B.C. 17- 


2B 


349u. 






v., Md. 17-8 


S <D3) ; 


22 


209b. 




ANACREON 1-9060 


12-5] Oa; 



ANACREONTICS 1-9 



nyraldists: see Cameronites. 
MYRAUT (Aniyraldus), 

Moses 1-90 lb. 
myTideccao26-72d. 

nyrtaeus (Egyptian king, 

e. 450 H.c.) 9-88a ; 13- 

382d. 
- (Egyptian king, e. 405 B.C.) 


Anapromyodi 3-9 6 9a. 
Anuctorium, Gr. 12-440 (B2) 
7-145(1; 21-llsa. 

Anad4-491b." 

Anadara 1G-I22b. 

Anadacko. Oklu. 20-58 (02). 

Anadenusll-526b. 

Anadir, riv., Russ.Aa. : so 


mythaou (legend) lS-STil ; 



rk.As.. 27-426 
• 530 (E2). 



; 25-10 (02|; ! 
, Huss.As. 25-1 



25-10 



nil 1 



jadyist, lluas.i 

...iaema28-1025[ 

: ANAEMIA 1-90 



and dist 



— Blui 

18-1801)1" 18- 182b. 

716d. 
Amuraldy, Nicolas N. Mm 



. ANA (lit.) 

Anaa, isl., 

20-9681). 



.) 11-Si 



N.N. 



a (diol 



! Mura> 
-lH4c. 



; 11-128C. 
20-436 (L6) 

itidae 13-446a ; 14- 
aeao ; 28-545b ; 2S-1009b 
torpidity 13-446a. 
■ ANABAPTISTS 1-90M ■ 3- 

16-54Sa ' 



12- 765a; 
Bibotbrio- 



' dispu 



n 18-4 



tude 18-8 



neuralgia 19-427a ; pernici- 
ous 2-653d, 4-84b, 20-920 
(PL II. lift- 26) ; sprue 2B- 
743a: treatments 2-65Sc, 3- 
2S5b, 9-2501i, il-601d, 14- 



ANAE-ANDR 

touemia, splenio 4-84d. 
SiiaBmic dropsj- : tee Epide- 



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9-501 i hysteria 



ANAESTHETICS 1-9' 



Anafesto. Paulo L. 8-379d ; 

27- 10 03a. 
Anafljeh, tribe 24-10233. 
Anagallis i see Pimpernel. 
AnagaiiTO, Can. 19-485 (C2). 
Anaga Point, Cau.Is. 5-1T2 

Anaghm'oro, lake. Ire. 22-731b, 

Anajrlypta 23-Glo. 

Anagni, It. 15-* (D4) ; Set 



), It. 



ANAGNIA (mod. Anagi 
l-910b; 15-20 fT14> : 1 
15-18c; cathedral 1- 

Anagnos, Julia Roman 



nagrisa (Bentley), ial., N.C 



ANAHEIM, Cal. 1-911 



Slid; 18-329e. 
— ,mts., Mexico lB-317o. 
— , plateau, Srexico 26-1062( 

Anaimudt, mt., India 14-383 

(014) j l-913b. 
Anaitia (myth.) : Ari 

identified with 2 - (5 



gadae sanctuary 20-878b ; 
Persian religion 2-8 6 2d, 21- 
Z05c,21-21Ob,28-1043a. 
Inaize, mt., Arab. 26-305 (C3). 



wars with 11 -9 

403b. 
Acatalans, mt~ 
17-466 (D5-4 



17-466 (D5 
Anakapalle, 



India 14 - 38° 



Anakio, digt., Quccng. 24- 

202 b i 28-990b. 
Anakha, Caucasia 23-874 (II. 

B2). 
Anakrisls 12-5050, 
Analabu, Sum. : sceMoulaboh. 
Analafrlda (princess) 25-31a. 
Analalaya, Mad. 17-271 (B- 



Grotconim (Bruuck) 2-95a. 
Anal flatula 10-43Kb. 
Analgesl8-019b. 
Analgesia l-909c ; 19-12Sa. 
Analgesinae 18-6 19b, 
Analgia 27-9 7 d. 
Analilla, S.Aus. 2-9C0 (ESI. 
Aoalla, N.Mes. 19-520 (at). 
Aoallagmatic surface 2B-119o, 
Anallattio lens 26-3430. 



Analogues of contraband 7- 

34c. 
ANALOGY (diet.) 1-9 13b. 

— (blol.) 20-587a ; 28-1029a ; 
Owen'9 definition 20-391c, 
18-8B8o ; plants 2i-774o. 

— (phtlol.) 21-43Sa ; 21 -434a. 

— (philos.) l-912b; aUegory 
l-8S9d; Browne 4-605C ; 
Bntler 4-884a ; Epieuru; 
9-884o ; Induetionl6-881a; 
taference 18-879d; Eanl 



Awilomi (Btitler) 4-S83a ; 26' 



Analyser (calculating) 4- 9 80c, 

— (optical) 21-937d. 
ANALYSIS (diet.) 1-9123. 

— (chem.) 6-6»b ; 4-355c 



-(legal) 15-587)1. 
-(literary) 7-46Sc. 
-(maths.) 1-912,1; ll-302b ; 

ll-711d. 
— (philos.) 1-915(1; alistrac- 

tkra differentiated l-77d; 

Aristotle's accminti6-891d; 

" " 15-666a; 



.1naly.it [Berkeley) 1- 
ANALYTIC l-913b; 



505b; 16-900d. 



io.Cst, 12-203 (B4); 
2-726b. 
India 14-382 (I 



6-168 (E2); 13-9390. 
mambas, island?, Mal.Ai 
17-466 (B2) ; 23-363b. 



LieulatJ 



is 6-6 ISO. 
., Pers. 21-19 0b. 



;-S[2c 
-170d. 
N.Dak. 19-7S( 

ANAMORPHOSIS (dict.> 1- 
9I3b. 

— (zool.) 18-2213. 
Auamosa, la. 14-732 (F2). 
Anamosa limestone 27-63 la. 
Anamur (Anemourtum), Asi£ 

M. 2-760 (E4); e-365b. 
Ananas: see Pine-apple. 
ANAN BEN DAVID l-913b ; 

22-7 05 b. 
Ananchyte* 9-23b. 
Anand, India 14-378 (K8) | 

ANANDA '(Buddhist) 1-9130 ; 

— Kaz I.' 10-84ST). 



nans Pal II. (Tomara king) 
7-9,1fib. 

naniah of Shlrak 2-5730. 
NANIAS (namo) i-OlSo. 

Shadroch. 
-(hlBh priest) 1-9133. 
-(husband o( Sapphira) 1- 

913o. 
-(of Damascus) l-913d. 

"'l-S74<B-C3); 

("'(Syrian i>Tii«r) 26- 

lskiy Mpffllnifc 9-140a. 

PadJnanabhaswami 



15-7760. 



14-3 

bad. 
Anant Nag, spring, India 14- 

Ananns (high priest) 15-401b ; 

15-136b. 
Ananae : see Spi3i 



javanica : See 2 

Anaphase 7-715a. 
Anaphe, Gr. 12-424 (Gl). 



Anapttrygota 13- 4 30c. 
AnapterygotouB 13-4S3C. 
Anaptomorphu8 22-337a; 17 

Anaptychia (bot.) 16-582b. 
Anaptychus (zool.) 5-093H. 
Anapue, riv., It. 15-26 (E6). 
Anar, Pers. 21-188 (B-C2) 
15- 7 5 6a. 

Mahallat. " 
— , riv., Nor. 19-800 (Fl). 



■adlia; 



:ndia 



3-35e; Bakun 



arkali, Lahore 16-81d. 



Mah'allaL " 
nary, Bra*. 4-140 (D3). 

-fzool.) 3-flTTb. 



- (clrela) r see Oarsaney. 
-lelangula): see Goldcn-e 

- (olj-peaia) r see. SUovelec, 



- (glaucinn' 

- fmarila) : 



see Eidei 



Anas el Wagud, M., Nile : see 
Philae. 

619d. "' 
Anasliruntieook, lake. Me. 17- 

Anasitch, tribe : see Kusan. 
Anaspida 14-24Sc. 
Anaspitlae 26-9 05d. 
Anaspides 17-458b ; 7-560b. 

Anastasia (of Muscovy) 11- 

Of Constantly) 6- 

isia, Fla. 10-540 (E2). 
~ 5S. As. 25-10 (N2), 
10-540 (E2) ; 23- 

if 12-5631 



9B9b. 



11 1-9190. 



a (Russian t 



ANASTASIUS I., i 



> 1^' 



-.III., pope l-919a; 20- 



ANASTASICS TV., 



, pass, Hubs. 23-87* 



ir 1-9 19b; 
,a II. of 

; Persian 



(I. D2). 
inatriaeno 2S-723d ; 
Anatropous ovule 10-: 
ANATTO 1-9 43a. 



519a. 
//nas*9«iw{Hope)lS 

Anastigmat 1-S0a. 
ANASTOMOSIS 1-91 



., Asia 21-216a. 



ANAXAOORAS l-943a; 14- 
731d; Aroholaus of Miletus 
2-3H2l> ; continuity doctrine 
18-654c; Logos 16-919d : 
Pericles 21-145b, 21-14Gc. 

Anasandridad 16-462d ; 25- 



ANAXILAUS (of Larissa) 1- 



-(tvrant of Rhcg 
B-lSb: 12-147b; - 



l-453b. 



*NAXIMANDERk-flL-, _. 
731b; cosmology of 10-23b; 
earth, figure of 8-7a9d, 
ll-620h ; map 17-634b, 
13-193b: proso 12-512a; 

I ANAXIMENES(ofLampsacus) 



ANATASE l-919d; 7-576d; 



lake, Ee. 8-911 (C3). 
; 3-977b; 8-630o; 

rfs 26-906a. 
16-1 24b. 

:eal6-1241j; 16-120d. 
i : see Duck. 

!s"ia M." 1- 
j); 5-3031 
-ar 27-4390, 15- 

— College 17-7 7 fla. 
Anatoli Ilissar 27-; 



Anatas ocellata : 

ladybird. 
anatoli, jacob 1;920< 

2-760 (c-'g: 



2M2b; earth quakes 11-6 40a; 

earth, figure of 8-799d; map 

17-D34c: prose I2-512aj 

Thalcs' doctpine 26-721d. 
Aiuisimenix /Irs Hhetrtrica: 

sco Rhetorica ad Alexandrum. 
Anasonla 18-S670. 
Anaya3-766c 
Anayeyevka, B.Russ. 23-874 

(1'2>. 
Anaa (Dur), Mesop. 8-930cj 

18-1 Sic. 
— , mt., Arab. 2-26i (C3); 

Anaza, riy.. Pal. 20-602 (D5). 

Anazan, ' district, Pers. 2- 

790d. 
ANAZARBUS{AinZarba,Nuy- 

arza), Asia M. 1-9440 ; 5- 

45b; 5-47d, 
Anazeh, trlhel-541d; 9-895o; 

26-307e; warwithShammat 



tclil;on 



Gr. 1-2 



natolius[bishopof( 

-(bishop of Hicrs 

31 id. 
- (bishop of Laodicc 

9-95M. 
'.noiomical Em/ravi 

nattimloal snuffl-bo: 
natom.cal Soeiety 



ANATOMV (bun 



see Plants 
mi) l-920o 



I 3-084d; Hlpp< 



sapora). Meson. 1-9 i 4d. 
Anbari,all8-641o. 

— b. Ishak o. Sbamoi: (ot 
K K ypt)B-49a; B-91d. 

Anbury : see Fineer-and-toe. 

An-byOn, Kor. 1S-156 (E7). 

An Caber, int.. Soot. 23-741d. 

ANOACMS, prov., Peru 1- 
" 5a; 21-264 (A4&B3); 21- 



ANCASTER AND KESTEVEN, 

dukes of 1-9 45b. 
ANCELOT, JACQUES AHSENB 



yille, Ft. 18-778 (G3). 
1I j, j 



my oj Expression (Bell) 
my ot a Horse (1683) 

) 4-866ai 9-627d| 

d. 

»»)/ of Plants (1682) 

cw) 12-5S0a. 

my oi the Horse (St 



2-62a; apotheosis 2-2()Bd ; 

■Rrtthmn.msm 4-384b: China 

6- 2 00c, 6- 17 2d, 6- 



■384b : Chi 

, 6-172d, 

monology^ 8-6( 

s 10-2; 

,..ll-584_. 

374c: niniln 13-5I2i 



193b ; 



Genesis 



15- 



I^raei 13-177d; Japi 
222b: Laresl8-215il; iiBvir- 
ate le-Slld; Manes 17- 
567a : Micronesia 18-3910 ; 
MordvinianslS-821b; myth, 
ology lfl-129a; Spartan 
monuments 12 - 480 <\ ; 

Spenoer'B views 19-130C, 25- 
636d; totemism 27-89al 
tree worship 27-2370. 

AncertTOla 22- 4 3a. 

Ancoy, George 8-517*. 



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ANAE-ANDR 



Anchi, Go.Cst. 12-203 (A!). 
Anchialo, Bulg. 4-784b. 
Anchieio, BulK. : see Anchlalo 
Aiichln, abbey, Ft.: 111*9. 3 



9-721d (ilg.)l teeth 9-T21b 
<fJK.). 
Ancho, N.Mcx. 19-520 (E4). 



, J]]. 14-304 (D3). 



olo. 6-7 



J (B4). 



ANCHOR l-947d ; 

symbolic meaning 26-2sTd. 

Anchoraao, Ky.° 15-74.0 (C2); 

15-7. 14c. 
Anchor baulk- 






knehor 



:el3-:s 



.t 27-160d. 



65Bd. 



ien 2->-365a. 
lills, Paisley 20 
ring BS-647b 

»ad Cables Act (18991 

Anchor shot (billiards) 3-930b. 

— Society 6-736 

— Steamship Li 

(H2>. 



Mich, 1B-372 



Annhylostomuia : see Ankylo- 

Aik iSn Port. 25-530 (A3). 
ANCIEN REGIME 1-9 50a. 
.-Inri™ Regime, De I' (Taine) 

26-3 62a. 
Ancien Retime, De T (de 

Tocqueville) 26-I043c. 
ANCIENT (diet.) i-950a; 

Italian official lS-r" 1 
-— and Honourable 

— Buildinl 



872c 



4-291b. 
;tion of "18-798 

hrl&tkmity (Taylor) 
>rnisk Drama, Thi 



it Funeral! Mom-men 

oyer) 28-467b. 

i (.House of Congregatlo 



iet (India) 18-79Sa. 
nmenta Protection Aci 

; of'davs l-950b. 
s, Council of 11-1 66b. 
Society (Morgan) 11 
; 15-5S2d; 10-159d, 
; Society ot College 



ANCILLARY (diet.) l-950d. 
ANCILLON, CHARLES 1-9 50 d 
— , Da-rid i-950d. 
— , JOHANN P. F. l-951a. 
Incilodoria : eee Ancylodoris. 



■omesus 11-51 0ft. 

■strbui, Jukob Johan 

Ward, Charles Henry 

3Sd. 

i. Gcr. : sec Anklam. 

;, FU. 10-5-10 (D3). 
, Ma. 10-540 (D3). 
st, isls., Flft. 10 - 540 



ANCON, Peru l-951o; __ 
264 (B3); treaty (1883) 6- 
112b, 26-347b. 

— , mt. Pan. 20-866o. 

ANCON (diet.) l-951c. 

ANCON A, ALESSANDRO 1- 

Aitcona, III. 14-304 (D2). 

ANCONA, It. l-951d; 15-26 
(D3); 33-048 (D2) ; 15-' 
(D3t; lS-47a; papal stai 
25-8G5d; siege (1S49) If 
53d(1860)lu-171d; Trajan 
arch 27-296 (Plate). 
- proy., It, 13-Bd ; 25-805d 



m, N.Y. 19-596 (B4). 

, .Marshal d' : see Cc. 
, Conoino, count della 



re, Fr. 



., Fr. 2 



•e Albert 
■S92o. 



ANCREN RF-VLE l-952b 

9-592e: 9-B09c. 
Ancroft, Northumb, 9-412 

.ncrum, Henrietta Kerr, < 

-, Robert Eer,' 1st earl 17- 

-, Robert Ker, 3rd earl, 
see Lothian, earls 



__„ . ...t. l-952d; 24- 

— Moor (battle) l-953a; 24- 



>s),Chil. 2-402 
i 6-l48b. 
see Chacao, 



c,Fr.lO-77S(G4); 



a 19-381d. 

e^Taiicrr.^- 1 . 

0Bu2-414c, 28-B23b. 

staceae ll-338b ; 



Ancylodactyla t see Ancylo- 

Ancylodoris ll-523a. 
ANCYLOPODA l-953a; 17- 

527o; 17-52fla. 
Ancylus 11-5331; 11-5261); 

25-284b. 
— , lake3-287a. 
— hodg 12-5Ba. 

' ■ *L l-l)53b; 2- 



760 (E3); 
1) attic (240 
24- 6 04c, IS- f 



scrip.) l-953o i 

14-62 7 a. 
Ancyrona, Nicomedii 
A iicj'rophora 12-5601 

Aneyrotricha : see P cu . 

Ancy-sur-Moselle, Gor. 18-309 

(plan). 
Anda, P.Ts. 21-392 (EO). 
— , Sp. 2B-149a (plan), 
Andabatae 12-64 c. 
Andnhnavlns, Peru 21- 

(C4); 2-2S6d. 
Andaf, India 14-376 (M8). 
Andale, Kan. 15-654 (E3), 
Anda&ala, Arg. 5-502U, 
•- --' Brancaleone degll. 



6-98Bd. 
(fig.). 



3asa leech io. 



idaluda, 

Andalusia. 

— Alta, trad 

"Ja, trac 

Insia, A 

I. 14-30 

- ;!■' 

ANDALUSIA, 



list., Sp. ; t 
. Sp. 1-B54a. 
a. 1-460 (C4), 



954a; 25-530 (B-D4! ; 



795o ; ethnology 19' 
19-343d, 22-678a. 
-(Little), is!., Ind.O. 4 

(BT); i-assb. 

- (Middle), isl., Ind.O. 4 
(B6) ; 1.95.1a. 

-(North), isl., Ind.O. 4 

(B6) ; l-955a. 
-(South), isl., Ind.O. 4-840 

(B6); i-955a. 
-Scal9-971b. 

- Strait, And.Is. : see M 

.ndamiKh, Peru. : see n \>. 
ndania, tlr. 12-110 ( 
18-190d; mysteries 19-; 



_ndaquies6-706a. 
Andaray, Pera 21-272a. 
Anda So\ Braz. 4-440 (114.. 
- - .vaka, cape, Mad. 17-271 

Andaval. Asia M. 13-53(1 (C2) ; 
13-536b. 



10-788 (E3^); 24-58Sd. 
Alldclot, Fr. 10-778 (G3) ; 
treaty (587) 10- 8 05c, 12- 

Andelsiiuch, Aug. 26-242 (112). 
Anderna, M., Puo.O. 20-43U 

(Kl). 
Andematturain, Fr. : see Ian* 



;, Jakob 12-6S7b. 



■kirefi, Belg. : 
iderlecht, Brass 



cgii 



3-06S 
:)T 4-694a. 
'ledy, AntoineM. 3-6111), 

.Tnatt, Switz. 26-242[F3). 

ANDERNACH, Ccr. 1-9581) ; 



11-8 



J. 5!) J 



Ireaty QWlfl-Hs&c. " "" ' 
ANDERSEN, HANS CHRIS- 



-.ALEXANDER (mathema' 
tician)l-959a; 2-187o. 

-, Andrew (draughts player) 
8-547d. 

-, Andrew (major-gen.) 



-, Duncan 7-889a. 

-, SIR EDMUND l-959a. 

-, ELIZABETH GARRETT 1- 

959b ; 25-249E 
-, G. 7-440d. 



Anderson, Col, Johnos 1- 
— , John Henry 6-945a. 
—-, Marjory 8-267b. 

MARY (Mdmo do Nai 

S6-735 
■RDK 
foil. 

-, Ttiehard John 18-7710. 
-, ROBERT (author) l-960b. 
-, Robert (soldier) 4-710d 
24-85 2a. 
-, Sir Rowand 2-439d j 8. 
938b. 
— , T. M. 25-5970. 
Anderson, R. o. l-206d. 
AnderHonn. Deun2-213c. 



ANDERSON, Ind. l-960c 

-, Mich. 18-372 (F-Q7). 
-. Mo. 18-A08 (B5). 
-, N.C, 19-772 (CI). 
-, Nev. 5-8 (Bl\ 
-, S.C. 25-300 (B2). 
-, Tei. 26-690 (M5). 
-, bay, Tas. 26-438 (El). 
-, fort, Ky. 15-747C. 



mt., Ida. 14-276 (B3). 
ri v.. Can. 5-160 (1J2). 
riy., Ind. 14-422 (D8). 
dersonburg, Pa. 21-106 
dcreon Co., Kan. 15-654 



reck gold mine? 

1. 

0-26(17). 



-, Ind. 14-422 (05). 
-, Tonn. 26-620 (G-Hl). 
-, "Va. 28-118 (T)3). 
inderesen (chess player) 6. 



Anderton, Com. 21-S62 (map 

Andes, Cllil. l-151b ; 6-USc, 

— , Fr.2-55d. 

— , N.Y. 19-596 (F3). 

— , lake, S.Dak. 25-506 (R4). 

ANDES, - " '- " "-"' 



-785 ( 



ap); 



■167 I 



?■ ■ 

(C1-B6); esploration (1879- 
80) 18-938d T flora 21-782b, 
8-6l5b ; geology l-964a, 6- 
145b, 6- 7 03b, 27- 2 5 9b : vol' 
canoes 28- 180c. 

ANDES INE 1-964C 

ANDESITE 1-9640 ; 21 -328c : 
21-332 (PI. III. flg. 4); 22- 



Andcgi 



o pitohst. 



Audi, dint,, Russ. 7-7291 ; 23 

874 (E2). 
— , mta.-, Asia S-553a ; 7-799( 
— , dialect 7-729d. 
Andian Kolsit. riy., Russ. : se 

Koisu, Andian. 
Andia-ta-roc-te, lake, N.Y. 

see George, lake. 

ANDlJANl Russ.Ab. 1-S65e 

27-120 fRi), 
Andiiani l-965c ; 10-271a. 
Andilla. Sp. 25-530 (E3). 
Andine region 21-782b. 
Anding, Miss. 18-000 (B3) 
Andira Araroba 2-320O. 
ANDIRON l-0C5c. 
Andij-ur, India 14-382 (G14). 
ANDKHUI, Atg. 1-9650 : i 

307 (CI) 
■ — • khanate, Afg. l-965c. 



isl., Nor. 19 - 800 
3p. 25-530 (FI) ; 1- 



920(1: 22-469d. 



AjidOTor.'Gonn. 6-952 (F.I). 
ANDOVER, Hants. l-966d; 

9-120 (III. E4). 
— , HI. 14-304 (B2). 
ANDOVER, MasK.l-967a; 17- 



-, N.Y. 19-596 (C3). 

-, O. 20-2R (II). 

-, S.Tlak. 25-506 (G-H2). 

-, Vt. 19-490 (B5). 

-, North, Mass. ; see North 



-, Mass. 5-96b ; a 
>voranto. Mad. 
<); 17-270d. 



Andrada, Antonio ll-62Sa. 
— , DIEGO DE'PAIVA DE 1- 
967b. 
DIEGO (the younger) 1. 



-, Francisco de 22-15Sc. 
-, JacintoF.de 22-1 00c. 
- (Venezuelan president) 27- 



i udiaits, 
17-451 a. 



25-530 (03) - 

Indral, Gabriol 18-54b. 
indranobe, riv.. Mad. 17-271 

(B3). 
•.ndramms-Kalk 5- 8 8b. 
Indraa ap Rhun ap Brychan, 



ANDRASSY, JULIUS, ct 



indrasByNotel-968a- 3-lBb 
\ndre(name): me Andrew, 
indrc, Ferdinand 20-513b. 



10- 



-, JAMES (hist 
-, J. G. S. 1-95' 
-.JOHN 1-960. 



-.Gush. 

— , JOHN l-988d. 
— , L. J, Nicolas : 
890c; 2-144d. 
— , Salomon; see Andr^e. 
— , Yves Mario 9-778o. 
ANDREA, GIOVANNI l-96flb. 
— , Jacob 6-831a. 



— DEL SARTO 1-9690 ; 20- 



ANDREANI,ANDREAl-971a. 

-, Paul 1-2 B 5a. 

indrcanof, isls., Alsk. 1-473 

(IS) ; l-544a. 
Andreas (E4thony): see Ba- 

Andreos' I. of M. 9-412 (I. A2) : 

17-535C 
— , Peru 21-264 (Dl). 
Andreasbergolite : see Harmo- 

Andredsweald, forest. Sua. 28* 



ANDR-ANIM 

ANDREE, KARL 1-97 

— , Richard l-971b. 

— , SALOMON AUGUST 1- 

971b; l-266a; ~ 

AndrSe Land, Grf 

(G3). 
■ - J "^Andrc 



see Hyper- 
oni" (battle- 

2-8«7a. 
:io 5-735d; 
.e 5-735d. 



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Instructions given on Page 1. 



— , Ubaldo 12-6o7a. 
— , Vincent.io5-736b, 
Andrcolibo : see Harrnoton 
Andreo polu 9, Michael 12-51 

26-29ib. 
ANDREOSSY, ANTOINE 

Francois 1-971C. 
Andreotti, Fcdcrigo 20-fl 
ANDRES, JUAN 1-9 7 2a. 



phal Arte 2-lSlb,' 
biography 12.51>5b ; 
tium legend 4-911d: 
K-180(i ; Kiev leiri 
789b ; orders dedic 
15-882a, 15-Saod; 

— , 3t- '(of 'Crete) 12-5 
7K7d; 17-S14a; hy 
ISta. 

— , St (of Jerusalem); 
drew, St (of Crete). 

— (abbot) 21-2U7b. 

— (of Ruin)21-92r.a. 

— (bishop) 6-lH0b; 6' 

— (Hogoiyubxkivl 28-1 

— (do Ooutances) 2-34 

— I. (of Calieia) 11-10 



ry) l-972b ; 
■y) 13-9041). 



-, JAMES PETTIT 1-97-11 
-, Jedediah 22-29lh. 
-, .Tohn21-115c. 



., N.Dak. 19-780 



Andreyevka, Rues. (Elcatec- 
inoslav) 23-874 (I. E2). 



, It. l-974d; 13-1 

AeiaM.lS-11-lb. 
i, riv., Asia M. 17- 

man, cape, Mad. 17- 

in'iira (Zanahary) 17- 

1. 17-211 (Bit). 

e Me- 



ANDR1EU, BERTHAND J 
97-ld. 
"~ : " FRANCOIS G- . 



(B2). 
Andro, M., Of. : 
ANDROCLUS (f 
— (son of Oodru 

727c; tomb! 
Atidroconia 16- 
Androdamas 12 
And ro don aoq 

Androceium 1 



ANDROMEDA 



— II. (Palaet 
23-5 17b ; 1. 

— III. l-B78o: 



11. r 

ierai)5-51a. 

of St Paul) 



:8KK'. 



— OF CYRRHUS l-976d. 

— OF RHODES i-976d; 2- 
516d; 21-IB3c. 

Andronoinainty, Mad. 17-271 

(B-Cl). 
ANDROPHAGI l-97fid. 
Androphonoa 2-1 57b. 
Andropliore 10-55 9d. 



ANDROS, M. (ami tmro), Or. 
2-lb; 12-424(G3): 23-648 
(E3); 7-681o; 12-427d. 



207d. 
-, str., Gi 
Indrosaot 



17-431 (B4); 17-434d; 19- 

- 6).%le. 17-434 (TU). 
Lndroaphinx 25-66 2b. 
indroatrptiue 20- 5 4 3a. 



Nikolai I. S-452d. 



Andrassowo, treaty of 23-89 

l-578d; 2i-915d. 
■ ' Den. 8-24 (A3). 



Andurn, pt.. Dot. ■ 21-8fi2 

(map). 
Auduzo, Fr. 10-778 (F5) : ; 

45Se. 
Andvari (myth.) 19-947d. 
Andy, int., Cai. 5-8 (Bl). 
Andyk, noli. 13-588 (C2). 
Ancau, Harthelemj- 8-616d. 
Anecdote. iTTiatoria Arcai 

(ProcophiB) 22-419b; S 

764b. 
ANECDOTE (diot.> 2-2a. 



, Pac.O. 20-136 



(N9) : 19-ft00c. 



sternum 23- ISiid; Bkull 23- 

l5l"c. 
Jielytropeis 16-820b ; skul 

23-lSGc. 
-ueniaa, tower, Constantinople 



Anemineae 19-lOod. 
Aneinodoubbn, m on amen 

ANEMOMETER : 2 -2a'; ' 11 

274c. 
ANEMONE 2-3o ; 13-76Sb 

"" 896 d. 



i. 



3 oppy a 



Lnemopbiiao 22- 3d. 
.nomophilous (diot.)l 
, Turk.A 



(El) 






(bishop) 2 -3d. 
" CB see **G r pli 
:n2B-70c, 
ANERIO, FELICE 2- 3d. 






, GIOVANNI FRANCESCO 
2-3d. 
.neroid bi 
602d: 1 



ANET,.J'r.2-4a 



catlivl)9-851c. 
..E,.,j..-.c-ta; 10-778 (E3); 
chateau 7-971a, 2-11 lo, 12- 



1. 25-030 (Fl) 



590c; „„ 
Rontgenrt 



4-634. 
poplite 



-"drop 
.-■ -■.-. 
8-C4b. 



2-26-1 (153) ; 19 
arun; jurahim Paaha 2 
288c; revolt (1891) 2-269b. 

— (olan> 3-623o. 

Anfa, Mbr. 5-llOc. 

A NFR ACT UOSIT Y fd i et . ) 2 - 4 c 

Anfuoh (language) 18-10a. 

Angad (Sikh gin-u) 25-85a ; 12 
Angadanan, P.lH. 21-393 (C 



Ol); lB-379c. 
Ingara (Lower), riv., 
14 : 79&d: 28-911c ; 

10(E-F3); 2S-12c; 



14-77H 
ANGARL 

ANGARY a-4riri9-i lit 



5-310a. 
princess) 



5-497b. 



ngaa, George Fife 
^■Jitfos 15-1 27 c. 
Angat, P.Is. 21-392 (E3). 
— , riv., l'.Is. 21-392 (E2). 

M6) ; ZO-9B8(j." 
Angazia, Mad. : see Great 

Angdcn-la', paes, Tib. 26-918 

(CI). 
Ange, Father r see Joyeuse, 



; JJoofc of Job 



■ below ; Pseudo- 



St fa ill's teaohii 



— , dist., Ger. 2-18d. 
— , port, Mos. 18-313 1 
— . riv., Aus. 4-l-22c. 
ANGEL (coin) 2-Be ; 1 
Angela della Pace 25-9 
Angela. Jlerioi : eee 

Angela. 
Angol de la. Guards, i, 

18-318 (Bl); 18-31 



Ans;elicin2-6d. 
ANGELICO, FRA ; 
Angelin,N.P.(pali 



AwM m the House (Pati 

20-92 8c. 
Angellane, Mere : see Am 

ANGeIIl^'GEORGE THi 

dike 2-8a. 
— , James Bm-rill 18-378^ 

Angell, Ariz.Z-f)44(C2). 
ANGEL-LIGHTS 2- Sa. 



— Camp, Cal. 5-8 <C2). 
ANGELtlS 2- 8a. 

— a Sancto 17-55Sa. 

— hcll3-689a; 2-Sb. 

— piano -player 21-5 7 3d. 



ANGELUS SILESIUS 2-8 

7S9a ; hymnsi 14-189b 

Angennes, Charles d*. mi 



ANGERMUNDE.Ger. 2-8c; 11- 

808 (D2); battle 2-80. 
ANGERONA (Angoronla : 



.h 12-5 

a-ii5o; Ohimenc 1. 6-13/0; 
Pnlk Nevra's foundations 11- 
294e; library 16-a08a J 
treaty (1620) 10-835a ; uni- 

— , arrondissement, Fr. 17- 

112b. 
ANGERSTEIN, JOHN JULIUS 



An- 



(E3)_ 

Ln«harat (print 

i.ngliehiRuJu,n8eropolis,Sard. 

24-ailo; l-OoSc. 
itiBhiai'l,It.; battle (1440) 10- 
iiiieie, La, 17-54 (E3). 

«ide')2-33d; 2-34b. 

iulakc,Can.5-180(K3). 



ANGINA PECTORIS 2 -9b ; 

19-7170 ; 27-94Sa. 
Ansiola. Cal. 5-8 (1)4). 



(traveller) 21-229a. 
Ccoco 14-B00a ; 25- 

i522-8Hb; 20-532c; 
-600a (fig.). 
SRMS 2-9d; ana- 
!l-737d; clasainca- 
1c, S-485C ; embryo- 
lid, ll-259b; first 

"~"-3b, 2_ 

,')24-166e. 



:nof2-13b,20-S. 



I). 6-168 

.iiBista, riv., Turk. 27-426 

(O-US): 21-390d. 
,iiKi*tri, ial., Gr. 12-424 (E3). 
.ngitla(n.yl.b.)17-771d. 
iijfiya (costtune) r see. Choli. 
.ng-kall (raee) : see Ongkilon. 
— nskola. riv.. Sum. 26-710. 
ANGKOR (rains), Fr.I.C. 2- 
""-498(C.D5). 
i'r.I.O. 2-14c; G- 

emple, Fr.I.O. 2- 

Jib. 

o., O. 20-36 (B3). 

„- .ribc: see Anlo. 

Anglo, Wales : see Nangle. 
ANGLE (miLth.) 2-14d ; cxpan- 



X.Z. 19-62-1 (BT). 



iNGLER (iisli) 2-15a ; epawD 

9-16a. 
uiHles, Fr. 10-^778 (FB). 
Lnglea, people : see Angli. 
Ln([lesea, N.J. 19-502 (C5). 



ANGLESEY, ial., Waloa 2-170 
9-428 (V. CI); 4-584 (A4) 
23-648 (Ell; 9-410d: gcu 
logy S-127d, 2-381b ; North 

40 8c. 
ANGLESITE 2-lSb; 7-57S& 



ANGLI 2-18c; 



eotland 24-4301); 



265a. Sec also Anglo-S 



201a ; Colonial E 
5S9b ; Protestor; 
Church," U.S. 22- 



Episoopal 



Angliei, Michael 16-S68a. 

ANGLING 2-2lb; Egyptia 
implements, ancient 9-69b 
grantee's riRhla 10-436b. 



AN GLO- ISRAELITE THEOR Y 
2-S Id. 

— Japancso Alliance 16-24io ; 
21-9a ; Kikuebi, baron, o>; 
15-17itd; Korea 15-912c 

— Jewish Association 15-410c, 

— Jewish Historical Associa- 
tion 18-6;i7a. 

AnKlona, It. 13-SOSb. 

16-79Sd. 

— Norman Language ll-104b 
ANCLO-NORMAN LITER A- 



— Sayon Art: glass 4-593 
4-5D4b; 8-5811) ; UUim 
uled MSS. 14-;* lob, 1 
524d: jeivolrv 16-367(5, 
I142d, 10-343d, 21-797 



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Instructions given on Page 1. 

a Oe (lord of the Isles) 



Bisting 9-47 
8-305d; oris 



S7od. See also 
-History 4-589 



424b. 
-, La. 17-54 
-. N.Y. 19-3! 



S-S-lia ; KeoloRy 12- 
eteorological station 

;, Sirs. 9-424 (IV. 

n 8-310d; 2-4150; 
17-398a, 2-11+h. 
AnKoji), (list.. Port. 

il.' 2-402 (HI); e- 

7-490e; 6-I48b. 

Ind. 14-132 (Til); 14- 



ANGORA, Turk. As. 
+4id;' Scljuk 



Angra dos ItelB, bay, B: 



ANGRA PEQUENA, bar, Ger 



jyuBh (rel.) : see 



ANGSTROM, 



Sophonisba : # 
on ™ S *(B2) 



e 16-825C ; 16-8 



uiila, Miss., 18-000 (1 



Tr. A. dell' 

Mare. 

pe, Sll 19-479 

i. 19"-479 (A3-2) 



Ansnille, 

(A3); li 
— ,mts., 1 



a regiment; ste Scottish 

ang'ussola, sophonisba 

2-41-11 ; 27-8S9b. 



Immttdra NOcdya 19-6891) ; 4- 

LiiBwa," riT., lihod. 25-466 (I- 
Kl); 23-260 (CS). 

.Lnhalt, dukes o( 2-46b. 

ANHALT, duchy, Ger. 2-44d : 
11-808 (OI)S and E-Fl) i 
11-834. 856 (hist, maps) ; 11- 
8()8d ; order of knighthood 



2-4Tb. 

ANH ALT-D ESS A U, LE O FOLD 
I. prince of 2-lfib ; 2-fi""- 



l-52fid. 
dom, Indlt 
est 14-401 1. 



ANDR-ANIM 

Aniello, Pnccio d' (Puneh) 22- 



S. 



., Kor. 15-156 



ANILINE 2-47d; coal -tar 6- 
-"jo; freezing point 25- 
lb; lv>-dr()ehioride2-48a[ 



-dves ll-273b; discovery- 
8- 745a; dispersion 8- 
316b ; Fischer's work 19- 
420c; in food l-227a ; inka 



ANIMAL 2-48b; : 



s ; cruelty, legal pj 
dons' 0-433d : diat 



traiture on coins 2Q-4T5b. 




ty (16 


9) 10- 


Saxon language 9-oS7c ; 


jo;i 


, 17-14 




1 ict i ona ries 8 - 1 9 4 b; Thorpe's 








works 26-88 Id. 




70b; 7-41«a. 


SAXON CHRONICLE 


ANGOUMOIS 




8-34(1 ; 9-609b ; historical 




10-7 


8 (E5) 


authority 19-793C 16-798o. 




d to 


Engla.7 


Saxon Church liturgy 16- 








798c. 




It 10-8 


S6a.' ' 


Saxon Courts 8-85flo. 






02a), I 


rtaxon Gospels lQ-770d. 


1-3 


(116) 




SAXON LAW 2-35d; 9- 


— . di 






flOla; -Khelberht's code 


an 


uagei 


360a. 



laws, 9-60lld ; orlmina 
7-455b; on frankpledge 11- 
34d ; Sunday observance 



mhsz. : sftCiudad 

S.Am. 20-276a. 
tters 27-285a. 
all I., Coloni. 6- 

olom. 6-701 (B4). 

js Alfred (mWol'- 
■ 25a; 9-912d. 
j. A. de Bourbon, 



ANGOULEME, 1 



t. E.Af. 
a- 166b; 



Ana-nillidae 26-5 +4 d 

Muraonidae. 
AiiKoillula 19-!!G0c. 
— scandens ll-42oa 



. jin 27-909d. 

ANGULATE (diet.) 

Angulus, ilist,., Ger 



44b ; 2i-448a. 



19-7 92a; 
-, H. de I 
27-57 7 c. 

iiouElas, ' 



3-S0Oa._ 

of 2-43a; 8- 
8th earl of 2- 
naster of 24- 
ifrarille, ear: 
'of (d. 1307! 



.20-114(02). 
12 (C3). 
19-520 (E4). 

t/l0-661d. 






Lnhilvuda. 
hLwada Patai 
'aton, Btirada 



frel.) : 

Bmt'iolo 
«-263d. 



!), pro v., China 
'(min.) 2-47Q 
So; 19-44d. 



i.Jbp. 15-156 (M6). 
X); eiithetiral'2-387 

isls., Jap,. 4^2081). 



us Macfen 



5d; 10-ROld; 



(D3). 
micbab, .... 
466 (BS). 



'potoioa and Kotifera. 
malfat(*20-45a, 
IMAL HEAT 2-18d ; 



.tiimal spirits 27-926d ; 8-87b. 

-wases26-51b. 

)N1HAL WORSHIP Z-SOdj 
19-128c; Adonis -leseiid 1- 
212o; Artemis worship 2- 
fiO+b i Egyptian religion 9- 
53a, 0-4Ga, 9-50S : Lnper- 
oalia 17-1 26d ; Manitou 
belief 17-o86a; in Roman 
religion 23-577d, 28-S7(lo; 
seriicnts 24-676e; Teutonic 
26-o34d. 

inimaa, Colo. 6-722(04). 

-,MCx, 18-318 (B2). 

- Creek, riv., Colo. 6-722 (C4). 

-Creek, riv., N.Mei, 19-SSC 

am- 

\iiiiriatlon (rel.) 23-62 d. 



ANIME (resin) 2-52 

fi70d; 16-28(1; I 
ANIMISM 2-53B,; 



8.W..4 



19-739c; lp-7 

LUIGI 2-47(1. 
ov, nalaoe, St Pe 
24-3 3d. 

n, Fr. : nee Le Puy 
lobnaee 14-3291). 
9, Rraz. 4-140 (G«) 
inorphio (diet.) 21-3 



■0 (El) ; 3. 
3-1743 ; 



... ..1 
cult 12-528b ; image 
) 14-330b, 14-28fib; 
;lief9l4-7o9djmagio 
1,; Masai 17-835a ! 
ogy 19-134e, 19-132c, 
1; omens 20-112a ; 
chiHm compared IS- 



■'s theory 23- 
;med.)21-554b; lS-51d. 



— injuriandi (law) 16 



ANINA-ANTH 



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An /enrfhrinn (Mortise 

63 8c. 
Anio Nora, riy.. It. 15-31 
— Noyus, aqueduct 2- 



; 20-398d. 



Aftlne* Hung, 3-4 (G4). : ANKLBe-iSSd ;:15<;4S7a; 1S- 
Aninir, Pli.1 4891.1 ..Bfii6amr, jSKiCTd 

"xsr-AnwHS?: .ffisi-,iKsrsasifr. 

(map); 1-flOd. 
Ankobra (Snake), riv.. Go. Cat. 

12-203 (A4) ; 1Z-203C. 
Ankogel, int., Alpsl-746b; I- 

Ankolei dist., Ugan. 27- 
(A-B3); 27.558a- — - 

Aukor, Somlnd. 25- 

— , int., Somlnd. 25-379 (E2). 

Ankorokorona, capo, Mad. 17- 
..< ■ 

Ankrom, Soot. : see Aneri 

-Ankula, Sib. 25-10 (F2). 

Ankos (elephant goad) 
424d. 

Ankwe. rlr.. Nig. 19-678 <D3). 

Ankylorhynchae la- 90 Id. 

ANKYLOSIS 2-5Ed \ 9-25Id. 



, liability 9- 3 5 9a. 

AnkywylL John 2S-435a. 
Anlace (basilarde, languo de 

boegJ)7-729b. 
Anlsf (Godfreyson) : see 

(Godfredsson). 
— (Olaf Cnran) : see Ilavelok 



•, RuSB.As. 24-54b. 

uss.As.' 25-10 (K4),' 
s. 28-741) (D3). 
CO. 20-436 (N9). 
hateau, I*. 10-778 

India 14-382 (Ell). 
adia2-55d; 14-376 



"3-18 



Orleans, J. B. Gaston, duke 

— , Geoffrey Plantagenet, 

count of: see Geoffrey Plan 

— , Louis I, &c„ dukes of :' se 

Louis I.. &c. (of Anjou; 

kings of Naples. 
— Philip, duke of : see Phili 

V., kins o( Spain. 
— , P. F. lfl-537b ; 21-945&. 
ANJOU, countship, Fr. 2-55d , 

10-778(D4|; 10-802 (map); 

9-486d; counts of 24-644b, 



114b. 

Anjozorobe, Mad. 17-271 (C3). 
An-ju, Jap. 15-156 (DT). 
Anjuan (Johanna) isl., Inil.O. 

17-211 (R2); 6-794d. 

'" politii 



oluhs) 21-24.ic 
inks, (i ' 



is of Batteuberg) 



it.. Mad. 17-27 



Ankai*!] 

<C2). 

Ankara, Turk.As. : see Angora 
Ankaratea, mt„ Mad. 17-27: 

(B3); 17-270b; 17-272a. 
Ankarsrnm, Swed. 26-190 (D3). 
Ankase, Go.Cst. 12-203 (A4). 
Ankavandra, Mad. i7-2I 

(B3). 

Ankaioi. 

B4). 

Ankazobe, Mad. 17-271 (E3). 
Ankazontana, Mad. 17-271 

(A-B5). 
Ankeiin de Betterille 16- 

966 d. 
Anker, Albert S-7S9b. 
— , M. J. 2-5B& 
Anker, riv., Warwick. 19-911d. 
Anker {measure) 5-2"" 
ANKERITE 2-S8o ; 
Ankerwyke yew 28- 



AnkilBbila, Mad. 17-271 (B3). 
Anklleroe, Mad. 17-271 (B4). 
Ankiliabo, Mad, (Fiherenga) 

— , Mad. (MahafaJy) 17-271 

ANKLAH, Got. 8-58o ■ II. 
CDS). 



in): 



Olaf 



jo, Holl. 13-588 (Dl). 

Lu-shan 6-196a. 

lan (Babylonian king) 3- 

nin-do, isl., Kor. 15-156 



ANN. (abbrev.) 1-2 7 b. 



ANNA "(S' 



11-57 til. 

l Amalia) 2- 59b ; 
a Baldasarrc) 2- 
lovna) : see s 



□na, Asia M. : see Anah. 
-, III. 14-304 (C6) ; 14-308b. 
"--£. 26-690 (C6). 



t,'Sum 



8-7 3b. 



. Pac.O. 20- ., 

ANNA (coin) 2- 5 9b 
Annaba, Alg. : see '. 



'■ (C4). 



■855b, 

of Huntly) 

— '(queen" of Scotland) i 

Anoabella, Utah. 87-811 ( 

CI). 
ANNABERG, Ger. 2-59c ; 1 

808 (D3). 
ANNABERGITE 2- 5 9 c. 
Anna Branch, riy., N.S.W. 1 
^sas JA3) L 

, ._j.'"i8-60S"(FV>. 

Antiaduff, abbey of, Ire. 16- 

404d. 
Annagaesan, Ire. 14-744 (E3). 
Annagh, lake. Ire. 5-5726. 
Armagh do wn (Kn'aghdnne), 

Ire. 14-744 (B3); 14-774b. 
Annagh Head, cape, Ire, 14- 

744 |A2). 
Annagnmore, lake, Ire. 14-744 

(1)3). 
Anna Karenina (Tolstoy) 

1061b. 
An Nakhl, post, Sinai i 

Nakhl. 
Annalee, riv.. Ire. 14-744 (D2); 

5-S72b. 
Annalee, or Annals 

author's name or other 

Annaiaoj; Ulster, Annals of 
Annates Belaid : see Chroni 

Annates Maximi 13-528b : 2' 

61a; 23-G58d. 
Annates Poliliquea 19-576b 

19-5 80b. 
Annates Pantificum 10-193a. 



Annates rerum. gestarum Allredi 
ii2-780a. 

' "" -■■"■Jh.WJk.: ; 



maqni 2- 



_S2-61a; 13-528b;Ioe- 

land 14-238d; Ireland 5- 
631a ; modioval England 9- 

Annaly, dist.. Ire. i see I.orig- 

ANNAM 2-61o'; 14-498 (D2- 
F6) ; l*-490b ; Cambodian 
encroachments, 5-84o ; coin- 
age 19-9060 ; inhabitants 
27-5b ; language 2-754b, 8- 
198b ; silk exportation 25- 

).C8t. : see 






Anna Maria, Fla. 10-540 (D4). 
Anna Matilda (paeud.) : 

Cowley, Hannah. 
Annaiuorlah, W.Va. 28-560 

(B3). 
Annan, James Craig 21 -522b. 
ANNAN, Scot. 2-6.,b ; 24-41, 

(El) ; battle (1332) 3-257b ; 

geology 8-661a. 
— , riy., Suot. 24-412 (El) • 8- 

663b; 2-63b;. salmon iieherj' 

— , riT^ Qneens. Z-952b. 
Annandale, Minn. 18-550 (05). 
— , N.J. 19-502 (C2). 
-, dist., Scot. 24-412 (E4) ; 4- 
67So; S-443d; geology 21- 

-, Sydney, N.S.W. 26-278 

(B3); 26-279d. 

nnanl, isl., Gr. 12-424 (F4). 

nna Paulowna, dist., Holl, 19- 
785b. 
ANNA PEHENNA 2-63c ; 14- 

724a. 
Annapolis, 111. 14-304 (El). 
— , Ind. 14-422 (C5). 
ANNAPOLIS Md. 2-63o ; 17- 



i'SJj t 






see United States 
Academy. 
-. Mo. 18-608 <F4). 
ANNAPOLIS (Port , Royal 
N.S. 2-64a; 19-831 (B2; . 
history 5- 1563, 7-495a, 21- 



— Basin, Inlet, N.S. 11.329c. 
Annapolis Convention 2-61a : 

14-7110. 

— Junction, Md. 17-838 (F2). 
ANN ARBOR, Mich. 2-64b ; 

18-372 (G7); observatory 
19-959c; pHychopathie hos- 

Sitai 18-375a ; university 
B-37Sa. 
Annarosa, mt., Alps l-744c. 
Annascalle', Ire. : seeAnasoaul. 
Annat (law) 2-65a. 
ANNATES Z-64b ; 25-I33d ; 9- 
531a; Boniface IX.4-207d; 
France 10-9160 ; public re- 
cords 22- 960a. 
Annattol8T321d; 8-747a. 
Annawan, Id. 14-304 (C2). 
Annhank, Scol- 24-413 (D4). 
St 17-8 



— (of Austria) 10-S34d ; _. 
SSSb; 17-941a; BncWnj 
ham 4-733d; Seguier 21 
583o. 

France?. 

— (of Beairv-illiers) 24-581a. 

— (of Bohemia) 23-296a : 23 
308b. ■ 

— (OF BRITTANY) 2-69b; 24 
442a. 

— (duoheas of Brunswick) : st 
Anna (Anna Leopoldoyna), 

— (OF CLEVES) 2-69c; ( 



— (English princess) ll-T40a. 

— (EngliHh queen, d. 1486) 23 
296d; 2S-310b; 24-72a ; 
death B-523b. 

— (OF FRANCE) 2-70o: 10- 
825b ; 13-29 la, 

ANNE (Queen of Great Britain) 
2-6oa; 8-544a; 24-4fl3d ; 
civil list debt 8-llOd; obi— 
10-899b; king's evil 1 
S17b; literature 22-86b: 
Thistle order 15-860d. 

— (duchess of Holstein-G. 
tom)23-900d;24-336c: 1 
8B6b. 

— (queen of the Netherlands) 
2B-670b. 

— (of Orange) 13- 603 b. 

— (Roman empress, d. 1 
3-8a; 10-261b ; 4-12S 



— (Russian queen) 24- 646a. 

— (Anne Marie, of Sardinia) 
16-1 19d. 

— - (of Sasony ; m. Augustus 

— (of Saxony; m. Willian 
Silent) 17-909d, 

— (Anne Sophia, of Saxony) 

7-S51a; 7-S50o. 

— (Anno Hyde, diiohess I 
'ork) 15-138d; 6-130b ; 21 

'■J.FJ- '■ *« Anlne. 



Annoolta, Russ. 23-872 (L D2). 

'•"It, Fr. 10-778 (HO). 
__Jtta Bay, W.I. 15-133. 
ANNOY (diet.) 2-75b. 

■ — jyanoe. Jury of 2-75b, 



548d. 
ANNEALING 1 



el 14-8' 



; ofswords26- 



- Arundel Co., Md. 17-8 



rings bank 24-24ib, 14- 
4a, 22-lS9a. 
^Jcicties 11-220C. 
ANNULAR (diet.) 2-78e. 
■ eclipse 8-S88a | 2-78o. 
inularia (fossil) 8-128di 6- 
311a; 2O-540d; leaves 20- 
526o. 

3nulct2-78c. 

inulosa ; see Appendiculata. 

inulatedroot.23-712d. 

»»lins (hot.) 22-607b ; 22- 



313d. 

15-860c'; J 

— Church (i 

10-93 3b. 



Annemanie, Ala. 1-169 (B3). 
Annemundns Dalflnus, St 7- 

Anncnfcld, Cauc. B3-874 (II. 

AnentioV (explorer) 2-739a. 



Annor, riv.. Ire. 14-744 <D1). 
Annes, Pedro 22-141a. 
Annese, Gennaro 19-185b. 
Annesley (carls of Anglesey) : . 






— G.K.N.B. 3- 



Valentia) : 

, Erit, 9-7J 



Annestewn, Ire. 14-744 (D4). 
ASNET, PETER 2 - 73a; 7- 

935d. 
Annet, isl.. Corn. 9-430 (VI. 

A3); 24-4040. 
Annette, Cal. 5-8 (C4). 
Annex, Ala. 1-460 (B4). 
ANNEXATION 2-73a. 
Annfleld, plain, JJur. 9-41 

E3): 8-7 07 d. 

Annia, Via'.'lt. 5-4s'8d; 

147b. 
Aimianus ll-717d. 
Annia Itegilla 20-96c. 
Annibalo, Campo dl, plain, It. 



lirabilis (Dryden) 8 
mndanus : see Eie 



hta, ; see Anawrahta. 

tnm : sec Death -watch. 

ota: see Spiroboloidea. 

diet.) 9 -2 17 b. 

i-88lb. 

ntial drop 27-837a, 

ita 16-llSa; 16-123b ; 

ia ; symbiosis 4- 14 a. 

ea : see Swan mussoL 

■ " ■ - "1-261 

5-45 

n(b< 

jiodorhynohus 

190o. 
.nodos (festival) 26- 8 3 9a. 



418 (B-C8). 
Annfdalin: sec Thymol Iodide. 
Anniesland, Scot. 12-81 (map). 
AnnihiIationists4-743b. 
ANNING, MARY2-74b. 
An-nine-ho, riv., China 6-168 

<G4). 



— .harbonr, Mass. 17-852 

ANNISTON,Ala.2-74b; l-i60 . 
_(D2). 

Aimius/Joliaimes is-418c. 



iychol.) 22-593C 
t., Gr. 15- 8 5b. 
i leioearpus ; i 



ANOINTING 2-79d; a king 
■ ■' _< ; . ..... is. 

,5Minn.l 



, riv., India 4-7S8 



ipidae 14-268d; 



(D4); 23-2710 ; 26- 

ANNO, or HANNO, ST 

13-275b; 13-60ed; 



ANNONA2-71d; 23-522d. 
— pfviea 5-866c. 
ANNONAY,Fr.2-75a; 10-7' 

(G5). 
Annone, It. 26-242 (G6>. 



m 17-527b; eeales 17- 
-_2o. 
Anomaluroidea 23 -440 d. 
AnomaluruslO-aS7a; 23-440d. 
ANOMALY (astron.) 2-S0b; 



Anon 



il.) 16-1! 
IB-122a 



AnomllfUel6-122a; 16-120d. 

Anomoohloa 12-371a ; 12- 
377b : flower 12-373a foil. : 
liiHorescenoo 12-371c, 12- 
372c. 

Anomocladldae 25-T26c 



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Instructions given on Page I. 



Ansan, prov., Pers. : see An 

- (Arab, hist.) 2-2G5C ; 5 
:; 5-25b; 5-l:ic. 
-i,Stl3-331a; 21-230d. 



Anomopodft 9-6 3 7 c. 

AnomntagTPic IS- 21 6b. 

Anomural7-457d; 17-157 b. 
Atiou. (abbrcv.)l-;l()a. 
Anona, Fla. 1O-340 (D4). 
Apr™, (bot.J 7-6u7d: 21 
5S2d. 



Via™ a '' 



8 11-<JS6, 22-521 



Alligat 
.iculata) ; see Cuata.rd ^ 
- (seiieKalensis) 11-lOOa. 

: ll-as9c; 



Apple. 



I- 100a; 



, RICHARD 2-t 



i4il. 

soi ( Japancs 



139 (A2). 
35). 
Sahlon, Sa 



IBil J 



iajje 5-S46a. 
list.,' La. 17- 
ANSELM (archbishop) 2-8Ic : 
irine 2-S76a. 6-28od; Canter- 



;h the <■■: 






■ bifurcatas 20-787a. 
c]avis,-er2O-7S0b. 

■ costales 17-404a. 
Mnestus 17.463d. 



a 28-lld. 

a-iia. 

ii 21-7 12c 



slifcru 14-557H (Kg 

■-'".'■ '. 
lot tieriaa 2-697 d. 






AnorontsaiiKnna, Mad. 17-271 

(B2); 17-276b. 
Anor sandstone 8-12S __ 
Anorthic system 7-5791; 7- - 

590a; 7-5S8d. 
ANORTHITE 2-80c : lS-51Sd; 

21-fi9iia; crystullino - 

7-57 Hd. 



-SK 



ied.) 20- a Ob. 
'.WGymnojiliylla. 



c. Belt'- 3-668 (E3) 



* 3-96Sa; skull 

a-ysid. 



is 19-7 31a. 
r do" Taj 



Noddy. 
). Sp. S 



5-530 



(D2-3). 

An -pi nff, c: 

— , Jap. 15-1 

IBS (L3); __ 

occupation 10-87 lb, 

AN8 UETIL, LO UIS PIERRE 2 - 



la 6-168 if Go). 

'; British 



ANSON, GEO ROE ANSON, 
- ton 2-83-c ; ll-G28d ; 18- 
ib j 19-751C 
oorge (general) 14-4i7d ; 



—, Pa. 21-100(112). 
Ansonville, N.C.'l9-772 (B2). 

Ansbacb. 
— , Ger. (Hesse -Nassau) 11- 

808 (II. m8). 
Anspaeh monument, Brussels 

28-61 h. 
ANSTED, DAVID THOMAS 2- 

84d. 
Anitvr Fair (Tennant) 28- 

ANSTEY, CHRISTOPHER 2- 

Sid; 3-512a. 
— , F. ; sr.e Guthrie, Thoniaf 



t. 24-118 (F2) 
-168 (E2). 



vorf. 19-744d; 19- 



y 13-1 16c. 

t.) : see Pbytelepha 

ii&Ti'Bru2U2U (C4). 



aeopolfe, TSgy. 9-10 (B2). 
-AEUS (myth.) 2-88h. 
aimuro, dist., Mad. 17- 

r:id. 

aisaka. Mad. 17-271 (Bl) 
aki (Antakich), Syr. : se. 



ANTALCIDA5 (of Sparta) 2- 
S8b. 

Peace of 25-612t 



chan, China 6-234d. 
, Valerius 26-263c. 
>«-, China 6-163 <F1); 



" Anaidci Madon 



iiello, A 






liotme): 



Li), tribe : set 
23-871 (E3); 



• "set Ansgar, St. 
.1-460(01). 

— i Neb. 18-334 (E3).' 
' ■ >, Reyer 8-725b. 

, pats, Pyrenees 20-9 2c. 



7-960d; 21-212 



ANTANANARIVO, Mad, 2. 

SHc; 17-271 (B3); 17-272c 
Antandroy, dist.. Mod. 17-271 

(Tift); 17-127 Sd. 
Antandrus, Asia M. 16-407a 



Stic goose 
?tie Ocean 



97Id, 
srapliy 






AIMINA-ANTH 

Antermularla 14-liOb ; 14 

15Sd. 
ANTENOR (legend) 2-92d. 
ANTENOR (sculptor) 2-93d; 

"" "")a(ii£.). 

dium (diet.) 20-467a. 
it-oettins 3- 8 2 fid. 



ANTEBUEfRA (Ai 
2-93a ; 25-53(1 
965c; 12-335b. 



(C4) ; 2B- 



■aree (star) 24-409o ; 
88b; 7-1.1 map. 
■arian type35-788b. 



v., Ft. 10-136d. 
■a Barnes): Fantan 10- 
! poker 21-8 «9d. 
Ilaoii, int., Boot. 24-11; 

.TEH 2-89a: 8-925e 
;5a ; aranities B-921o 
forma 8-92Ha. 



n : see Procyon, 



uiada, Sp.12. 

crcneiie of Calrnet.te 16- 

erne, pass, Fonnine Alps 1 

;e'rolmt., Colo. 3-81 7d. 
eroclie, Jean Cbappe d' 
. ?.e Chappe d'Antcroehe. 
ANTEROS (pope) 2-93a. 
•--iyth.)9-27»c; 9-753c. 
s : see Antue. 
s Fortes, Pa. 21-106 (H3). 



„- version of uterus 12-765C 

Anthaua, Gr. 12-440 (B3). 
■ -• 'icadae, people 12-SS^c. 
ledon, Gr. 12-440 <E2) ; 



ANTE -CHAPEL 2- 



re lanif;orl7-78fla. 



-, ncra 13-SOTo. 



ANTHELION Z-9Ha ; 12-S6 

7-184d. 
Ant helm (astro pom er) 28- 2 2 
Antlielme (surgeon) 7-3731. 
Autlielmmtles 27-iSld; 

287b; — * •>■'"- 



ANTE -CHOIR (For 

89c. 
Antecubltalfossal- 
— glands 17-1 t>7a. 
Antedou 8-872d ; 8 



ANTE-FIXAE { 



Apthcmfus (emperor) 23-511 d ; 

23-658d. 
ANTHEMIUS (mathcmaUoian) 

— (prefect) 2-3'41d'; 23-5 1 3d ; 

Constantinople fortified 7- 

4d; edict 13-4590. 
AnthomodeBl4-15Se: 14-160K 



:., Alps 1 



747b. 



Antelope, Cal. S . 

— , Xct. 5-8 (E2). 
— , Ores. 20-242 (E3). 
— , isl., Utah 12-422a. 
— , mt„ Cal. 5-8 (D2). 
— , plain, Cal. 5-8 (D4). 
— , plains, N.Mex. 19-520 (B5). 
— ,val., Ariz. 2-541 (Bl). 
ANTELOPE 2-89e; 4-338b ; 
21-3' " ' 



ftnthei 
Anther 



Intankara 
273d. 

'ANTARA IBN S 

8f!d ; 3-271c; la-svuo. 
Antarctica 28-1 006b ; 

Antarctic beech 2-463b ; 



o,mt., Ida. 14-276(01). 

. ..k, 
(02>. 

— Creek, 
(Oil). 

— Creek, 
0«). 

— Crook, riy., Ores'. 20-212 
_(H5). 

(J ™ ' rlv - ™«- 

— Creek, rh'.. S.Dais. 
<C2). 

— Creek-, rir., S.Dak. 25-506 
(K3). 

— Creek, riv,, Wyo. 28-87) 
(G2). 

Antelope-coatl2-162s. 
Antcmarac, val., Mex.l2-611o. 
ANTEMNAE.lt. 2-92d; 15-26 

(156). 
— , fort, Rome 15-4 (E-Fl). 

Anten, lake) Swed. 26-190 

(B2). 
Antenna (telcgtaphy) 26-532C. 



Antennophorus 2-8 



(bot.)10-566d. 



m : see St Bruno'i 
n l-588b; 19-14Be; 



Anthes (legend) 12-837e. 
ANTHESTERIA 2-93d ; l-66a 
Acthesterion (Greek month) 2- 

93d. 
Antheunls, Theodoor 10- 196a.. 
AutLey St Andr6, It, 26-213 

ANTHIM (the Iberian) 2-94a. 
Aiithiinns (bp. of CotistaDti- 

nople. 536 A.D.) l-966b. 
— V". (bp. of Constantinople. 

1895) 20-338O. 
Antbinae: see Pipit. 
AnthoearpoiiB (diet.) li-25fja. 
" "looeros 4-702b ; 4-702d; 



Anthocoridae 13- 2 6 la. 
Anthooyan21-751o. 
ANTHOLOGY 2-91b ; Greek 

2-Hlb, 2-722d,12-515c. 
Antholosr Club (Boston, U.S.! 

21-154a; 7-792e. 
Antholzerscharte, pass, Alps !• 

Anthomedusao i see Gymna 



ANTH-AOSTA 



ANTHONY, ST 2-90d; 23-60a; 

2- i) OS a. 
AN TH ON Y ( t > f P adn a) ST 2-9 7 a; 



— (,>f Montefeltro) 12-6S7a. 

— <(>f liontpeneicr); seeMont- 

— (of' Navarre) 4-325a ; 10- 

— ["(of Oldenburg) 20-Tab;/ 

— (of Itethel) Bl-3S7a, 

— (of Saxony) 24-271d ;■ 11- 

— da Tempo (6f Padna) 14- 
900a. 

— du Val; see Du Val, 



«>on) 14-160b. 

p 14-172d. 
-2-12(1. 
x 6-.! 43d. 



ANTHOZOA 2-95 
ANTHRACENE 



— (vine) 28-9 



,iini8S-31 2a. 

4 21-Si'la; 20-92: 



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instructions given on Page I. 

Antigua,Guat.S-678(A3); 12- 

,..,.. — jtmco with ""*■ 
, 9-5061) 



liranilic acid_3-756d. 

hranol 2-100 
hrapalaemoi 



Id. 








ANTHRAQUINONE 2-106b 
26-R6b; l-673c. 

— a -disn!phonic aoid l-674a. 

— dyes 8-7470 : S-75(ia. 
ANTHRAX 2-106o ; 2S-192a 

2-10Sc; statistics l-411b 
1-4121); workman's corn: 
pensation 9-359a. 



2-10 



APES 



Anthropodus 22-3E 

also Neapitheens* 

Ahthrqpoeeqiraapb.j' 

ANTHROPOID ■ " 

throw 

S2fl<£>; _.. 

403b; fossil 22-336b; hair 
i 12-8 Z 4a, 
Anthropologic, Soci^te d' : see 

Anthropological Society 3- 

ANTHROPOLOGY2-108c; 2- 



-020d; i 



.'elaglii 

; philology 21-415- 



9-652 
tholoi 

"'" "** ' 23-BSd: 

ANTHROPOMETRY 2-1 

14-287c. 
Anthropomornha 5-504(1 
A NTHR OPOM ORPHISM 






(diet.) 2- 

upathy (diet.) 2-120a. 

iphobia 19-4SS1). 

22-3361/; Iwad 22- 
, : see Gorilla, 



— troglodyte 



Anthus 21-635c 



Lnthylhs 16-3 E3b. 



C-E3); 2-8 j9a. 



ANTIBES (Ai 
120d; 10-: 
503d ; 15-2 



.1, C. L. 12-50c. 
eer Synod 27-fl 

; union with But 



899d ; pops identified pit 



belief 2: 



tribe of Da: 



.iraclc play 
ll-620d; 



France 10- 

b; 10-8920 ; 

Spain 25- 



Bright 4-667d; Chartists 5- 
954a; Cobden 6-6080; free 
trade ll-89a. 
ANTICOSTI, M., Can. 2-123d ; 
B-WME2); climate 5-146o; 



ANTICYCLONE 2-124a 



and 



Honor 



chusctt8 28-208b. i 

— Creek,' riv'.. Md. 17-82 

(1)2); 17-827c. 
ANTIETAM (battlo) 2-12ia. 

ANTI -FED E R ALISTS 2- 1 2 4e 

27-BH7a. 
Antitcr, cape, Fr. 10-178 (E2) 



Antigen 3-1 7 6b. 

Antignaiio, It. 16-3 7 7 ti.' 
ANTIGO, Wis. 2-124d; 2 

ANTIGONE (daughter of Knr 

tion)2-12SH. 
ANTIGONE (daughter of Oet 

— ^daughte/'of Philip) 2 

Anti|irae (Pariormus, liiirg 

Antinotw (Sophocles) 25-42o"i 



. 13-243c; 2- 



628d; Modiai 



Maccdon 21-378u 
17-225b ; Acha'e 



i.'ic; I'Kilemv II. 22-6171): 

rrrlius 22- 6 97 c. 

FCARYSTUS 2-125d; 21- 

■2d. 

KOrio, val., Switz. 26-242 



l 28-51 

; disc 



Antahclis 8-791(1. 
Anti-JacobinS-lMa ; foundi 

12-5b, 9- 2 9 3d. 
Antt-Janus (J. yon Hergf 

riitlier) 13-36 3c. 
Antikythera, isl., Gr. : . 

Corigotto. 
Anti-Lebanon, diet., Syr. i 

602 (El) ; 16-3460 ; 3 

347a; 26-306a. 
ANTILEGOMENA 2-126b. 
ANT1LIA 2-126c. 



, dlst 



Syr. 



Intilla, Cuba 7-595 (F2). 



t 17-S2Sa; 21- 
(]eKeiid)2-i26d. 



n tally, Gcr. 
uti-lobbyins 
ntilocapiu : 
ntllocaprida 



530d; 16-S77e 



3)2-12Sb. 

,-. Ark. 2-552 (A3). 

'-' E-S (D4). 



— iodide 2-129a, 



yfodide 2-129a. 



40 (E2); 23-618 (F4) ; 2- 

ANTINOMIANS 2-l29d; 9, 
8-20d; 20-947b ; Aroalrv 
cansl9-I26a; Gormany 17, 

19.496c, 14-iab, i4-12d,'2a- 
251d. 



529b; 2-411b. 



release (phot.) 21- 
1'oi'LK.Af. 25-468 
Irk. 2-55S (D2) 



— , Pecs. 21-2S3d 

211b. 
ANTIOCH, Pi si 



JD3);' 23-648 (1*3) J 
13-212d'; Thcodoro 



239a,13-2ila; Li.iko i-162b, 

487a,2O-337c,7-701d; Paul 
20-94311 ; prinoioftlity 4- 
135b foil., 7-529C, 7-531b 
foil., 22-93tta; Seljnks 24- 
610a; Shapur I. 24-804a ; 
si<«e (1097) 4-lMnoj statue 
(Eatvchidcs) 12-481 (Plato); 
theological sohool 26-7750, 
19-110b, 17-100b ; synods 
2- 132a; trade routes 17- 

~, Tciin. 26-620 (El). 

■■■', lake, Syr. : see Ak Doniz. 

- , Ciscsaroan era of 6-315d. 



ANT1MACA 


SAR "z-127». 






veil Frederick II.) 


Anti'oehia (towns) : see 


11 -5 3b. 




Antiocb. 


ANT1MACH 


JS 2-1 2 7a. 




Anti-Mahdi 


79c; 25-906e. 


Anliochis (Athenian tribe) 2- 


127 a ; 1- 


Antioehus (Greek admiral) 1' 


Antlnielos, 


si.,' Gr.' 12-124 


ANTIOCHUS (kiigs) 2-1 32b. 


(F4) ; 18- 




— I.-1V. (of Cummagcnc) 2- 




ol.) 18-866b. 


132e. 


Anti-rnilitar 


in (Franoe) 10- 


— (rieleueid kings) 24-60ia 


887b ; 10 


392a. 


foil. : *ee also below. 


A meios?' ^ 


, Or.: *« AiiU- 


— T. (Soter) 24-604a ; Eaby 




e Mi^.en. 


empire 21-213e, 21-214b 


Aiitimonial 


silver: see I)ys- 




crasitc. 




viueroy of Selcucia 24.601a. 



16-136b; 
17-5S7b ; 
18- 2 2a ; 



; 21-211d; 



6-607d; 



2- 



23- 



16-63b; 

lS-SMd/lT-mc, 
I'erais 21-253d. 

- VL (monyaus) 24-605o. 

Jews 15-395b, 14-210b, '21- 
215a. 
-Vlir. (Gtypus) 24-605d; 
death l-542a ; as poet 17- 

- IX. ' (Cyzicemw) 24-6053; 
Damascus 7-784d. 

- X. (Eiisebes) B*-005d ; and 



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AIMTH-AOSTA 



Antlochus im. (Asiatlcus) 
24-6051; revolt of Atltiooh 
2-13111. 

— (Ificrai) 24.604c. 

— (con of .Alexander Bains) 
26-1 '• f>c. 

ANTIOCHUS OF ASCALON 2- 



ANTIPAROS (Oliai 
2-133a; 12-424 



Antipatcr (grandfather ol 
Herod) 13-3790. 

— (father of Herod) 13-379b ; 
15-3961. 

— (son of Herod) 13-380b. 
ANTIPATER (Macedonian 

general) 2-133b: 17-2241; 
Athens 2-843b, 8-13e, 9- 
BS3e, 17-tiOoe. 

— (procurator of Judaea) 14- 
2<10d; 17-198U. 

— , Lucius Caelius 2-60d ; 23- 

Ariiiptiter, Letter to 14-881a. 
Antipatcr of Sidon2-95c 

— of Tarsus 25-t)48a; 20- 
663d. 

Aotipathclla 2-101d (tie.). 



: 'see Black coral. 



ANTIPHILUS 2-1 33c. 
ANTlPHON (Attic ora" 



TB-133dJ 4-503c 



Antipodes, isla,. 



Optical anti 

utibes, Fr. 
21-392 033) 



Antipyrgos: a«Tobruk,N.A 
ANTlPYRINE 2-i:jla ; 
neuralgia 19-427d. 



T of 2- 



Antasana, 

8-~!>14t 
VTI-S- 

410a 

I". 

. 1^. ■■ 

ANTISEPTICS 
135a ; borii 



ANTI-SEMITISM 2 



11-S : 



as party S-13d. 
;g.S. i6-:13Sb. 



ANTISTHENES 2-14fic. 



ANTITHESIS (i: 



:.«., Asia M. 2- 
2-7S7e;ccda! 
j ; geology 2- 

:ion) 17-693a. 



IKTi 



•s.Colo. 6-722(02). 
da. 20-58 (I'S). 
l. 28-118 (Mi). 



1. 2-147d; 2-402 



Slfid; 8-536c. 



— of Scotland, I . ._ 

134c; founder 4-Ilib, 
ANTiqUARY2-134b. 
Antique, P.Is. 21-392 (C5). 
— , prov., P. Is. 21-392 (C-D5). 
ANTIQUE (art) 2-1 34c. 
Antique typo 27-513a. 
AnlvIvitalesIluUeae MediiAevi 

(L. A. Muratori) 14-909a. 
AntvptiU's de Rome. (Joacbim 

du Bellay)8-f>17a, - 
Antiquities (Varro) 27-924a. 
Antiquities of F.ri.iyl/inii and 

Ifa(es(Groae)12-S16c. 
Antiquity of Man, The (Lyell) 

17-I59b. 
Antlqiiorum habct fidem [bull) 

21-S09a; 15-534C 
Anti-relief party : see Old 



1-344 (E2); 12- 

Ark. 2-5 5S 

iuisc) 12-699b. 



itongil, bay, Mad. 17-271 



; 17-2 



■f M. . 



iiirs)i-430c; 8-G0aa; : 

fid. 

ma, fort, Pal. 15-33; 

■056e. 

it., C. Verde la. 5-: 

ap) ; 6-255b. 

niadi, H. M. 25-786d. 

niano, Silvio 14-3«d. 

nibe. Mad. 17-271 (Hi!) 



ia. Bra. 



3-766b. 



AN TON IN I ITINERABIUM 2- 

148c; 15-Sid. 
ANTONINUS, Sc 2-14 8d. 



-PIUS 2-14Sd; 23-652 



ANTONIO [do Lcl! 
(of Par ' 



tlD. 



ANTONIO (prior) 2- 149b ; 22- 

— -, NICOLAS 2-l'+9d. 
Antonio, riv., Nig. 19-678 (C5). 
Antonio Degli Pugliaricei : see 

— Piouoloiuini : see Piceolo- 

— Todeschini21-S84a. 
Antonio Vaz. isl.. Bras. 22- 

954b. 



is (pre* 



l-298b. 



'22 (El). 

;r of Tarsi 



-, MARCUS (orakir) 2-150b 

-.MARCUS (Mark Antony 

12-461d; Caesar' 4-!l40d 
Cicero, letters to 6-357b 
Docimus Brutus 4-COBh 
Media 18-21d; Octavia 19 
993a; Part.tiians 21-218a 
21-533d ; Sicily 2S-30e 
Syria 15-.W7d. 
- Gaeinae 12-3Sd. 



Saturmnus.Lucll 
— Thy test us 5- 4 112 1 
ANTON OM AS I A (d 



intony (name) : et 
Anthony. 

Marcus. 8r See ' 
intony, Ft. 10-773 (1 



ANTRAIGUES, EMMANUEL 



see Chuek- 
e Wbip.poor- 



ANTRUSTION 2-151 



rabe. Mad. 17-271 (B3) ; 

271 d. 

brush 3-974c; 3-9 



— , mt„ Cbil. 



ANTWERP, Bclg. 2-1 5Sa; 3 
H8M(D1); academy 26-617a 
architecture 2-t^ld; catlic 

werp); »ld citadel 10-687a 
fortincationa 10-694b; in 
dusti'ies 15 -9 3 b, 16-199e 

358e; races 13-73'7rt; ridiii 



73a, 24-984c; 
ardons 28-1019c. 



. 19-596 (El) : 
0-2(5 (A2). 



ANTWERP, 



PtilynMl : 
i school ol 
U 13-51 2d. 



see Poly- 

painting 



26-126d ; 
; 3-111. 



0-436 (08) 
13-371b 



intokol. Rubs. 28 -f 

intokolsky. Marc 

24-S11 (Plate X.: 



24-STud; 
36*2a. 



2-36d. 



: MacDoi 



Antotiigia 14-912a ; 5 

Anton (son of Ileracles) 2- 
150b. 

her?]; see Fugger. Anton. 
Anton, riv., Hants. 12-902d. 
— Chico, N.Mes. 19-520 (E2). 
Antone, mt, Vt. 19-100 (AS). 
ANTONELLI, GIACOMO 2- 



Antirrhium, cape, Gr. 18-440 

<C2). 
ADtirrlioduB.IsLjaedlt. 1-569 d. 



nell, 3rd carl o£2-l( 

— , RANDAL MACDONNELL, 
lstearlof2-152a. 

—.RANDAL MACDONNELL. 
1st marquess of2-152b. 

ANTRIM, Ire. 2- 154b : 14-744 
(E2). 

— , La. 17-54 (Al). 

— -, N.H. 19-41)0 (D5). 

— , Pa. 21-106(112). 

— , hay. Ire. 14-144 (E2). 

— , plateau, W.Aus. 2-9 60<D 3). 

ANTRIM CO., Ire. 2-162d; 14- 
774 (E2); 14-746a ; geology 
3-543a, 14-7S0b; history 7- 
777c, 14-757a, 14-759b. 



n, A. 12- 2 6a. 

. Isl„ Pac.O. 20-436 

; ll-6211b ; 24-18" 



i. Alsk. 
likerji 23- 



472 (F-Kl) ; 1-1 



mslitas 



: ste Chosroes I. 

21-220a, 
airiizLuriD-96d. 



avevs, Belg. ; see Antwerp, 
Belg. " 

ivlk, Alsk. 1-472 (E3); 1- 

ANVIL (tool) 2-I5J ™ US ' 
' nvil City, Alsk.; see Home, 

Alsk. . 
— de Baracoa, mt,, Cu. 3- 

379c; 7-505d^ 
ANVILLE, JEA# B. B. D' 2- 

" ; maps 17- 

iz. 2-544 
poet) 2- 
5Sb : 11- 



648a ; 19-697d. 



ANWARI (Persi 



, It. 15-26 (F4): see 
lipoli. 

l. It.' 15-26 (E-F4) ; 



15- 

. 2-960 



(Ed]. 

AUX1.U-, It, . act ieiiai-jun. 

Anyansba, Nig. 19-(i78 (C4). 
;\nyos', Pau[i3-926b. 
'■ Anytus " (liead) 12-191s 
242 (E5). 






e An 



otor 20-39d. 



(B2-1); 

ANZENGRUBER, LUDWIG 2- 

158b; ll-7S7c. 
Ati'ianil0-531d; 21-644d. 
ANZIN, IT. 2-1580 ; 10-778 

(Fl). 
Amino, It. 26-242 (E5). 



.oide (myth.) 19-00a. 
LOife ; free Eva (d. of Dermot 
MacMurrr --'-' 



11 2d. 
Aong, I 

AONlX; 



canal, India 18- 



Buddhist ro- 
- inscriptions 
iity2O-032b. 



tree 4-305d ; 

5-733b; nniy 
Anuraea 23-7o.m l iviii 

(fig.); 23-762 (fig.); 16-801 
Anurclla 27- 3 89a : larva 2' 

384d (fig.). 
Anurida 13-424d ; 13-42fld. 
Anurosorex 14-6413: 14-642i 
AnuroEporidium 9-3S9a, 



f-449c. 
752 (D2). 
ist. 2-1580. 

Maids 2- 158c. 



inio verb form 
ilio 18-820d. " 



i 1-9220 



17- 



20h ; of fishes 14-2021). 
Aortic archea 14-262b f 2- 
666c; a-OOSI). 

— glands 17-16Ta. 

— incompetcnce27-935a. 

— valve 13-130<i ; embryologj 
13-131C. 

Aos, Who 19.150d. 

Aosdan Matheson(GaelIo poet) 



Aoeta, 



it_ see Amedei 
iL 2-1 5 So 



F. M. di 



F. M. 



(_A2);"lcper hospital i5-865e; 
Roman arch 27-297o r, see 
also Augusts PraetoriS 9aJ- 



AOSTA-APPI 



a diptych lB-9Bb. 
:&, N.Z. 19-624 (E2). 
.arbour, N.Z. 18-624 (E2). 



.... 1119-3... 

....... i*. : ■. 

Aourfglia (Avrigha, Afrigha) 
tribe 3-765a; l-359a. 

Aoyama (physician) 15-838'a. 

' ' ' ~ ;. 2-462 (El); 



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21-187(1. 



14-4 



12- 



Ipachos (Paris hooligans) 14. 



Ipachnas (Egyptian king-) 14- 

ipad 4-491b. 

Jpadana: see Sans., Palace at. 
Apafy, Michael (of Transyl- 
vania) : see Michael Apafy 

ApagOgfl 12-503. 

apaiang, Isl., Pac.O. 20-436 

(G4). 
Ipakyro, lake, Gr. : see Tri- 

Apalaehee, Ga. 



I58d; 



1. 14-423 (D8). 
at. 12-2113 (Hi), 
1-318 (HI); 1 



Aparne (wife of Phar: 









Asia M. (Bithynia) 



APAMEA. Asia M. (Phrygla) 
2Tl59b; Z-TGO (C4) ; ~" 
843 (F3); coins 13-8 
see also Celaenae and T). 

— Pers. (rarthia) 2-159u. 

— Syr. (Enphratos) 2-159o ; 
2-760 (H4(i 3-979d: — 
-*— "irojik. 

, '23-64V~{F3)Y „ 

S43c. 
— , dist., Asia M. 8-279b. 
—.peace (188 b. o.) of 24- 805 a. 
ipan, riv., Vonez. 27-989 (A2); 

27-988o; 17-667b. 
Apanage : see Appanage,. 
Apanehomene, Arte in la 2- 664b. 
ipancca, mt., Salv. 24-96c. 
Apaoo-Koiiphonlsos, isl., Gr. 

12-424 (G4). 



WARRI. P. Is. 2-159o; 21 
\ partmcnt house : see Flat, 



(L6). 



isl., Pac.O. 20-436 



ipathuBl4-njd(flg.). 
ipati, Jasz, Hung. : see 

*.patin, Hung. 3-4 (Ft), 
fcpatisti, academy of IB- 
Apatite, int.. Me. 23-804 
APATITE (mill.) 2-159c 

475c. 

Apate, riv., S.Af. 2S-466 (E3). 
ApatornlaS- 
Apatndia, Pi 
ipatufa Ilia 

but*erfly. 



Purple emperor 



s. Aphrodite 2-167b. 



.payarktikenc, Pcrs. : 
Kelat. 
pa vain, lake. Ice. 14-228 



pe (pseud.) : see Pelleg 
Carlo. 
APE 2-1600 ; 22-324d ; 
521d ; mythology 9- 



13- 5 09b ; Thoth 
Apeiatae 8-262o. 

lm , ■ •wPilw.ri. 

1. 2-160o; 
Holl. 13-588 ( 



13-59 lb. 



2-1 GOo; 



S-611a 



_, 9-677d. 

Arellaeus «-315o. 

Apcllos (Marcionite) 17-693b. 



-. 8-24 (B3) ; 



12-487b; 25-37c; Alex- 
ander the Great 22-12Sa, 9- 
675b : Aphrodite picture 
21- 5 4 5a. 

Apelles, Gospel of 2-180d. 

-PELLICON2-16la; 2-5061). 
pcllon : see Apollo. 
PEN NINES, utts., It. 2-161b; 
1S-4 (B2-D3); 15-26 (C2- 
D3) r 15-3b ; deforestation 
10-649d; geology 9-662b, 
9-B63a, 15-5680, 20-82a. 

APENRADE, Ger. 2-163b ; 
8-24 (B3). 

163b. ' 

_ponta Spring, Hung. 4-736c. 
Aper, Arrius 5-437a ; 8-280b. 
Aperantia, Gr. 12-410 (C2). 
Aper6, Braz. 4-440 (F2). 



Apei 



ieMaii 



-diapliragm I 1 
;.,Mor.:seeM 



A pet (EgMi 

48td. 
ApetAlae 2-13c. 
Apotalous 10-5 59e. 

■thants. 2-418c. 

Ment, 14-276 (C3). 

-, N.C. 19-772 (D2) ; 8-710 



APEX (diet.) 2-16 



3)7-235h; 7-236b 
— "beat 13-132c 

as) l-252b; *■ 
b 1-2;. Id, 26. 
Z-481 (figs.). 

Apn'aiarArtemis 2-e64c. 
Aphainiotae, Mbe 24-GG4b. 
'-'•---pteryK 3-971d; 3 



16-346d; 1-429&; 15-379b 

24- 12 4a. 
Aphelidium 22-4710. 

APHELI -»• • - --- 

'.pheliol 

753a. 



T.i. • • 



vat lire 21- 

; 2-164a. 
mt„ Crete 

Crete 7-418 
(ci| ; v-4i9a. 

Aplientoules, Theodore 12- 
526c. 

Aphetae, Gr. 26-S43b. 

Apbetes9-G70b, 

APHIDES 2-164d; 8-R98a ; 
13-262b ; 4-211b ; destnnr 
tlon 6-31ttb, 8-8H8d; gall* 
11-4240 ; geological ago 13. 

Jaws * 13-4i9c ; ladybirdi 
6-67 4b ; reproduction 23' 
119a, 24-747d. 
Aphiilna, Gr. l-245d; 7. 
Slid. 



x gemmae 11- 4 2 3a. 
11 -42 3 b. 
15a; 9-316b. 



— Chinensis 11-42 4e. 

inc'ia l i3-615 L e. P 
inali : see Apple bl 

Aphlcbiao 20-5 3 2a. 
■.Plinltis, lake, Asia 

Tianiyas Geul. 
„phnl>[$ ; see. Apophi 
Aphodal typo 25-72 

721b. , 
Aphodius 6-673c. 
Aphodus 25-7210. 
Aphomia soeiella 16-. 
Aplioiila28-n5d. 
APHORISM 2-16 ib ; 



■239d ; 
■889b, 
Aphrodisiun; 



mis 2-663d; 

480 (Plate) ; 
256a; 21 - ai 
7-709d ; Dck 
972b; Dla, epi 
Elis temple S 
9-7530 ; Eta 
Roman muse 
Graces 12-310 
166b ; Hophae 



lapliro. 



Hermi.. _ 
14-176d; 



12-487d; 22- 



j Hy-m 



IS -2 62 b ; 

19-369a ; " Pap'hian god- 
dess " 20-T3B(l, 2-167a ; 
Paris, judgment of 2O-803a ; 
Pelagia, Christian travesty ol 
21-620 ; Petworth. head 12- 
48Sa; Pisces eonstellatlou 
21-649d ; Priapus 22-313b j 
ritual prostitution 22-459a : 
ae.e also Venus. For majoi 
cult titles see below and foi 
minor titles 2-166b foil, and 

- (min.) 18- 7 3a. 

- (throw of dice) 8-1771), 
Aphrodite (zool.) 5-791B! 5- 

793c. 

Anadyomene : see Anadyo- 

ia2-167d; 2-455b. 



— E] 
Aphrodite, II yi 



16- 



Cnidus 



-„ 13-509f 

„. 1022d. 
Aphrodite Migouitis 12-7' 
" Aphrodi" ■* " ' 

Aphrodite of Melos" (statue): 
see Venus of Mile 
Aphrodite Pandcn 



statue 9-279d- 

phroditopolis, Egy. 9-40 

(B2); 20-558c. 
Aphrodites 13-3 07c. 
Aphrophthora 21-75Sd. 



Aphthartodocetism 15-00 Ob. 
Aphthitalite 28-185c 
Aphthon(?la 25-771a. 
APHTH0N1US, AELIUS FES' 



Aplli 






Idouth Diss 

Api, cape, 

(E3r* 
— (Epi), 

(MOJ8) 

6-108 ^Ci)^ 
539b' 



Mai. Arch. 17-466 



19-5 



.Aroh:3-310c; 10- 
4-257 (A2). 



Api (nncoUai) 14-903d ; 14- 

Apia, AsiaM. 21-544a. 
— . I'ao.O. 20-436 (08). 
■ pian, Peter (Petrns Apiamid) 
11-0211) ; 14-630b ; 26- 

pianua, Philip 17-645a. 



Apical ocU 21-730d. 
APIC1US2-168P. 
Apiculato ll-251d. 
APICULTURE (diet.! 
see also Boo-keopin. 
Apidao : s<.e See. 



- (unicolur) i 
PIS (myth.) 



■S27b. 

■i) : see Bee (Iloney- 

1 13- 654b. 
il 13-flnSn. 
13-65 ib. 



■mbysc: 



>;19-13So; 



9 Idenl. 



Apishapa, Colo, 6-722 (F4). 
--T., Colo. 6-722 (F4). 

cigamisii, "lake. Can. 5 

>(04). 

m, Tonn. 26-620 (F-G2). 



Apiu. 



. celerls 



„. .(a8-519b. 

Apizam (Barron-Escaiidon) 
Mox. 18-318{H1); 18-324b 

Apkhaz 14-3Sld. 
Aplseeiitatia 21-692h. 
Aplacophora 6-248a ; 6-250c 

Aplanaticl-56d. 



ti 21-264 (C5). 

Aplidium 27-3881. 
Aplln, Ark. 2-552 (CS). 
Aphngt.on, la. 14-732 (E2), 



tridaeil-S21d. 



ysiella 11 -5 2 2a, 



a 6-74fla; in hiborna- 

isl., P.Is. (Ncgros) 21. 

and reef, P.Is. (Mindoro; 

■92 (C4). 

., P.Is. 21-392 (E7);21- 



>j,Apollu 2-1 8 5b. 

I-169b. 

IF THE 2-169 
,«c,! seeBanic 
leot &c. ,. 



ApocarpcnslO-569d. 
APOCATASTASIS (diet.) 2- 

— (theol.l 12-564e. 
Apoccntrc2-161_dT 20-lS5a, 

Apochromatic i-60d. 

— lenses 10-578o; 18-i00c; 
18- 401h. 

Apocrita"'l4-179c; 13-431 d; 

4351>. 
Apocryphal 2-176c 



-761d: EzralO- 



Apocrypha/ Isaiah; 
Apocvnaceae 10-5 


iee Isaiah 


2n ; 10- 


570a; rubber fron 


i23-797c 


Apnuynuni cannabh 




Canada hemp. 




Apocyrtus 18- 4 9 7c. 




Apocytial 13-2H2d, 




Apoda(bamaclc): s 




lepadidae. 




— (batrachian^ 3-5 2 2c ;_ 3- 


3-524c, 3-525b, 3- 


27b ; dis 


tribution 3-52Ko; 




age28-1017b; ror 




and deyelopmen 




3-528b. 




— (oclHnoderm) 8-879d. 


Apodaea (yiccroy) 


lS-339b 



Apodeetaa 6-480d ; 4-321b. 
Apodes 26-544d ; 14-248d. 
APODICTIC (diet.) 2-lS3b. 



■164 <1. 



Apogccitropic 12-75 

Apoidc'a: see Bee 11 . " 
Apokololci/ntosis (Seneca) 24- 

63Sa. 
APOLDA, Ger. 2-183b ; 11- 

SOS(III.T)IO). 
Apolemial4-160b. 

Apolfma, isl., Pac.O. 20-436 
(N-08); 24.1I.ib. 

Apollinares (ludi) 2-f 85d ! 11- 
446a; date 6-391a; direc- 
lienof 7-912b, 22-245o. 

APOLLINAR1S.SULP1CIUS2- 
183c. 

— S ID NI US, G AIUS SOLLI US 
2-183dj in letters 8-449d, 
9-7051). 21-281b, lS-613a ; 



Apoll 






Gr. 12- 

0, N.Af.; 



(Bl). 

— Promontormm, 
see Ali el Mekki. 

Apollmopolis Magna, Egy. 9- 
40 (B3) : see also Edfn. 

— Par™. Egy. 9-40 (B2). 



APOLLO (myth.) 



S35ii ; 



Acixipolis, 



-184a; 19- 
rotto 2- 

!■■■'■ , 



2-186a, 12-473 (Plate); 12- 
489a, 16-442a ; Calamta 
s(atue2-186ci Calauria 22- 
103o; Carthage 5-429d ; 
Cassandra S-456d; Corinth 
7-l49o : Croesus legend 7- 
480a; Cumae7-619b; Cy 
elopes 7-6a6d;Delos7-971b; 
Bclphi statues 12-480b J 
nelphi, temple and oracle 
7-975b; Didymi, templo 
8-207d; divination 20. 
142a J Dorian worship 8- 
427c ; drama, origin of 
8-488a ; Eleuthorna head 
7-425d : Ecetria pedtmenta 
12-481o T Harpocrates iden- 



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629d; rii.. . _ 

menl4-176d; Hyperborean 
n_ythl4-200a ; Laomedon's 
herds 16-1 89d ; Llnuslogend 
lfi.J36d; Magnesia finrinc 
14-628d; Marpeasal4-279d; 
Marsyas I7-7S4b, 12-488a 



S_3-597d~; Pan 20 -6 63 a :*P1 
galia. frieze 12-486a ; Poi 
poll temple 22-52b ; P 
anepsla 22-G75c; Pythian 
games 11-4. *- - ** 
JSook of (lei 

23-2 18a; Rhodes 

12-490d; In Roman religion 



-, Pythian 
i Revelation! 
1 oompaied) 



23-579d, '23-580c; Rome, 

.„ — i„ «. nnrJ . scopae 

serpent 



3-G05d ; 



Thargella 26-726C, 1B-5 
Thorney Island Inmnlp 
64Bd j Toloea. 



Apollo (Acoaiofl) S-2Jfld. 

— (Actlus) l-159b ; 19-665B. 

— (Agyieus)2.185b; 20-144a; 
Linus and Scephrua 14- 2 6b ; 
sacred pillar 3. • "" 

— ioti -—'--■ 

— (Arc 
318b. 

— (Carneiue)2-184b, festival 
6-363b ; Thcra temple 24- 
196b. 

— (Citharoedus) : gee Apollo 
(Musagetea). 

— (Clar_u9)18-S13d; seer 20- 
143a : Colophon temple 14- 
2S8d. 

— (Daphnephoros)9-730d. 
■—.Dclphra.ua) 2-lESb; 20- 

143o ; Miletus temple 18- 
443c ; Theseus* offering 7- 

— (Epi'curlus) 21-3G6b; 2- 

— (Qranus) 1.448c. 

— (Hecaorgos) 2-663d,- 

— (Hyacinth us) 14- 2 6a. 

— (Iamenius.Gala__lua)7-825d. 

— (Leucataa) 24-1890. 

— (Lyceius, Lycius) 2-1 84b ; 
2S-976c; Lyceum at Athens 
2-835a; Lycurgus 17-1 SJa. 

— (Musagetos, Citbarocdus) 2- 
185a; 19-59d; statues 2- 
186a, 8-396b (fig.), 2-1 30d. 

— (Patrooa. Palrous) 2-185b ; 
9-891d; 14-730d; Palatine 



■ Delphi 7-9730, 12-4: 



— (Sauroetonus 
487d. 

— (SmlnUieus) 



2-lRfla 12- 






ickkf. 



e. Lend. Z6-733n 



— Club 16-963 a. 
Apollocrates 8* 2 83c. 
Apollodorua (ol Acbaruao) 26- 

— <o( Artcmita) 13-21Id; 3- 
808b. 

APOLLODORUS (Athenian 
grammarian) 2-lSOb ; 13- 
529a; genealogical basin of 
work li-575b; metrical 
history. 6-306 b. 

— (Athenian musician) 21- 

APOLLODORUS (Athenian 
•painter) 2-180b: 12-487a. 

— (OF CARYSTUS) 2-186b ; 
12-51 Id. 

— (OF DAMASCUS) 2- 180b. 

— (Epicurean) 9-68S& 



— (of Pergamum) _____ 
Apollodotus 3-l81a ; 18-1 10b. 
Apollo. Hymn to 13-50" 

627b. 

Apollo Musical Club 6- 

Apollona, bay, Aog.9. 19-31 8b. 
Apollonla (nun) 25-91 Sb. 
Apollonia (Mordiaoura), A 

M. 21-6 52 b, 

— (Sozopolis), Bulg. *•; 
(E2); 2-lS6o ; taken 
Boercbista 7-726d. 

-, Go.Cst. 12-203 (A4). 



— , Pal. : tee Arsuf. 

— ,Siphflnto,Aeg.9ea26-151a. 
APOLLONIA, Turk. (Albania) 



— , dist., Go.Cst. 12-203 (A4) 

— , tribe 12-204a ; 12-205a 
Apollonian parabola ' ae 
Quadratic parabola. 

— problem 2-1370 j 8-383c. 
Apolloniatis, dlst., Asia 21 

215d. 
— . lako, Asia M. : ace Abul 

Apollonlcon 12-0606. 
Apollonides (engraver) 11 

ApoUonto di Tiro (Antonio 

Pood) 14-903c. 
Apollonlus ( Aleiandilne Jew) 

— /Christian writer) 18-758d. 
* _md NIUS (tha oB8mlnate > 

r -'.lonin 
8-1870. 
APOLLONIUS MOLON 

186d; 4-938d: 6-353<L 

— (OF PERGA)2-lSad; aati-o- 
nomy2-810&; mathematica 
17-918C, 6.940d. 19-8G7b. 

— (OF RHODES) 2-188a: m 
Greek literature 12-5 14b ; 
romance 23-500d : Theo- 
critnfl■ aUuaion 86-761b. 

APOLLONIUS (the sophist) 2- 
I86d. ' 

APOLLONIUS (the surly oi 
crabbed) 2-18Gc ; gramma] 
and syntax 12-33 Id; 6- 
450b. 

— (Syrian general) lS-394c. 

— (OF TRALLES) 2-188a. 

— (OF TYANA) 2- 188b ; 19- 
93c u vegetarianism 2-718b. 

— (OF TYRE) 2- 188c; 23- 
501b ; English translation 
9-609K 

Apolloniue von Tyrua (Nenon- 

stadt) ll-786d. 
Apollophanes (Syrian) ■ tomb 



573c 
APOLLOS(Apolloniua)2.189a; 

7-1510 ; authorship ol 

Hebrews 13-lDlb, 
APOLLYON 2-1 89a, 
Apolo, Bol. 4-167 (A3). 
Apolobamba, Nudo de. mt., 

S.Am. 4-167 (A2) ; 4-168a. 
Apolrsetical Declaration 24- 



t law) _f. 



(Jewel) 16-303C. 

Apologia pro fide sua (Ruflnus) 
33-820d. 

Apologia pro Vila sua (New- 
man) 19-51Da; 9-042d, 

Ar/oloaie ' — ■ ■ 

(Lutha- 

Apologie lor Pc , . 

25-44b; 9-C2I.C. 

Apologie pour Hc'radotc (Esti 
ftine) 9-800b. 

APOLOGUE 2- 194b; 10-114b 

.191c. 

Apology (Colley Clbber) 8-3S 1c; 

10-326a: B-529a, 
Apology (Justin MartyT) IB- 



Apology (Henry More ) 18-8 2 2c. 
Apology (Plato) 21-813&; 25- 



bwg (MclanchUion) 7- 

• the True Christia 

- _ (Barclay) 3-394d. 

Apolysin 21-3 6 3d. 
Apomorphlno 20-1 35b ; 20- 



APONEUROSIS 2-194d. 

Aponi fona, It. 1S-36 (C2) 

see also Abano Bagnl. 
Apono, Pctrua de : see Abano 



Apoon, Alsk. 1-472 (E3); 28- 

945b, 
Apophla {Egyptian deity; 

49a; 8-525; 9 : 32d ; 



Apqphoreta 17-20c. 
APOPHTHEGM 2-194d. 
APOPHYGE 2.195a. 
Apophyllenie acid 22-691b 
APOPHYLL1TE 2-195a. 
APOPHYSIS (diet.) 2»195b . 

mosses. 4-7 95c, 4-707d 
Apopi : see Apophh., Egjpl 



10-510d. 
APOPLEXY _M95b; h. _.. 
thras 2-I07a ; bladder para- 



Aporhyolite (diet.") 22-718b.' 
Aporhynehidao l-110c. 
Aporhynchus hemlgnathi 1 

ApMita 8-8 7 8a. 
APOTOSa2-103o; 28-1018u 
APOROSE (diet.) 2-190o. 
Aporrhals : see Chonopus, 
AporrhetJn 23-27 3c. 
Aporryma 28-4 85b.- 
Aposafranlno : see Beniindu 

Hue. , 
Aposafranone 23- 1000a. 
Aposaturnium (diet.) 2-164il. 
Aposematlo coloration : se 

Warning coloration. 
APOSIOPESIS (diet.) 2-190c. 
Apospory 22.611a; 4-706d 

23-1260. 
Apostadero, Venea. 27-98! 

U-B2). 
APOSTASY 2-196c; 6-902o 

English law 13-362d. 
Apostata oaplendo 2S-849b. 
A posteriori (diet.) 2-231b. 
Apostil ; see Postil. • 
Apostls 19-93flo j 24-865d. 
APOSTLE 2-1960 ; In Didactic 

S-201CJ early Church ™ 

184a, 6-334d ; Irvingit 

633b ; mlraolfla 18-572i 
Apostle, Isis., Wis. 2! 



l'Se: i 
-Lpoeua flrethi 
Apostles, Ordor 
Apostle ol Rome 
Thilip. 

— of the Kisians, The : ee 
Willlbrord, St. 

Apostles (Christian heretics) 
see Apostollol. 

Apoatles, Church of the. 
Constantinople : ace Holy 
Apostles, Church of the. 

— (Dterary eoclety) 13-25] 
2S-883d. 

— (Order of the) 2-20*c. 
-fposffce, Ada and Teochti 



_ Nerl, 



of i 



, "I ' 



Apostles and Didaehl. 
Apostles' Church, Cologne 
see Saaltt Apoatelnkirche. 



troversy in Prussian Churc 
13-10d ; In medieval tho 
logy 46-773d ; Rufinu 
legend 8-381d. 
- Liturgy 16-796C. 

Apostles of Ireland : s 
Tsvolvo apostles of Ireland 

APOSTLE SPOONS 2-100a. 

Apostoles (author) 12-52 5a. 

Apostoles, Arg. 18-5 7 9a. 

'.postollcae curae 20-187a. 
POSTOLIOAL CONSTITI 
tlons 2.199a- DMacM en 
bodied In 8-201d : nippi 
lytt-B' Influei-ce 13*5^0 b 



England l-694aj Church oi 
Ireland 14-7 90a. 
AijOstolio Brethron : see ApoS' 



^iturai \jTaer, -j'/ie 
: Didaehl quoted 8- 



— Decrees 21-2870. 
Apbslolic Didascalia 16-358c 
APOSTOLIC FATHERS 2- 

201c See also Clement. 

Polycarp, etc 
APOSTOL1CI 2-2041). 
Apostolic Letters 7-639d. 
APOSTOLIC MAJESTY 2-2 05a. 
Apost61icos G*344b ; 25-556d, 
Apostolio Penitentiary j see 

Penitentiary, Apostolio. 

— Vicariate 23-487 a. 
Apoetoliua, Arsenlus 2-205b 
—, MICHAEL 2-205b. 
Apostolov, Serge 4-47 Od. 
Apostool, Samuel 2-205a. 
Apostoohana 2- 2 05a. 
Apoatrqphia 2-16Jb. 
APOSTROPHE (diet.) 2-205b ; 

punctuation 22-fi49h. 
Apotactici (Apotactitea) : sec 

Apostolici. 
Apofhocarles, isl„ Euas. 24- 



— Hall, Lond. 2-^O0b. 
Apothecaries' measure St 

489a, 

— Society 2-205c ; 16-81Ja 



353c, 21-356d; 



Apothgmt see ApophtJieem. 

APOTHEOSIS 2-206c. 

Apothetao 2E-6Ub. 

Apotropaios, Apollo 2-185a. 

Apo-ulmen 12-32Ic. 

"" Apoxyomenus " (statue) 12- 

4S8d; 12.491b ; -"-' ' 

Lysippus 17-1 
— lOda 2-299t 
. Bal. 14-376 (C4). 

Appa (Tamil writer) 26-i 

— , tribe l-32Sd. 

Appajl (of Cooie) 7-92b. 

Appalachee, bay, Fla. : 
Apalacbco. 

Appalachia, Va. 28-118 (Bl). 

— (geoj.) 27-625C 

APPALACHIAN, mta., U.S 
2-207bJ 27-613a; 19-761c 
in Canada 5>l_4d ; fali-lin 
10-154b ; fauna 27-B33d . 
geology 27.627c, _87-e30d, 



AOSTA-APPI 



Appam, Arab. 18-1183. 
Appartamontt Borgia ! see 
Vatican's Borgia apart- 

Appa Bahib (Bhonsla mldr) : 

see Madhoji II. 
— Sahib (Mahratta general) : 

Apassionala B_mato(BoethoTen) 
3-65Qd. 

APPEAL 2-210o J Admiralty 
1-aOBo ; JSritlsh possessions 
2-315d; Cape Colony S- 
235di county oourt7-31Sa; 
criminal 7.461a: ocelosl. 
BStloal 8-857b; France 2- 
BISd, 10-791d; Greek taw 
12-504b ; to House of Lords 
21-3 OSd ; India 7-4Clb ; 
Ireland 2-21 Co ; military 
lawlB-448d; privy couuofl 
22-373a; prfeelaw 22-3!4b; 
quarter sessions 22-7 Hd; 
registration law 23-43c ; 
Roman law 23.536d, 23- 
620o, 10-lflld ; Scotland 2- 
2I5o ; sittings 26-642a: 
South Africa 25- 4 08b ; sum- 
mary Jurisdiction 26-79c ; 
United States 2-217a, 7- 
323c. 

~ (Formft Pauperis) Act (1893) 
14-5560. 

— .lords Justices of : see Lords 



6- 14 2d, 21 -md 

S^MoT in l5ei. 

50Id ; In Pennsylvania 21- 
105c ; oil-fields 20-2Gd. 19- 
698b, 21.107b; — ■-•-■ l -— 
633a. 
-. plateau. Pa. 27-eiSd; 17- 

-.region, N.C. & 

771a; il.751b. 
-, vaL, Ala. : t 

Valley. 
Appalachieola, riv., 

Apalachicola. 



APPANAGE {a 



i. 14-732 <E_). 



Appafitf 



pnariti< 



APPARITIONS 2-209o; 26- 
516d ; Boehme 4-113c : 
census of instances 12-802d. 

APPARITOR (diet.) 2-210b; 
Roman official 19-588fl, 



1- -uruis juBuceaoi : si 
ustloes ol Appeal. 
— .lords of. In ordinary : set 
Lords of Appeal In Ordinary, 
Appeal from the ComUru to the 

CUy (Ferguson) IS-726a. 
APPEARANCE (law) 2-317o. 
Appearance and Reality 
(Bradley) 13-207b ; 19- 



Appelbo, Swed. 28-190 (B-Cl). 
Appeleg, rlv„ Arg. 20-BOOd. 
Appellant, The Lords : see 
Lords Appellant, T' 



— — 17- 

873b. 
Appello Caeearem (Montagu) 

Appelscha, Boll. 13-688 (Di). 
Appelrtken, Swed. 25*935 

(A2). 
Appendant common rights 8- 

APPENDICITIS 2-217o ; oollo 
B*683al pathology 8-264b | 

EirltonlUs 21-171d ; Blmu- 
ted by tabes mescntcrlca 



licularift 27.3S0a j 28- 
oj^^hosphorescent light 

Appendioularfldae 27>385d, 
APPEND1CULATA 2-220b ; 2- 

674a : 28<1033o. 
APPENDIN1, FRANCESCO 

Maria 2.220b. 
Appendix _MS8. 4-283b. 
Append!.- vermiformia : set 

Vermiform appendl.:. 
Appenlno, mta., It, : see Apen- 

APPENZELL Switz. 2>221a; 

26-242 (G2). 
APPENZELL, canton, Bwltr. 

2-220b: 26-242 (U2): 28- 

254a; 4-488a. 
APPERCEPTION 2.S31b : 

Kant lS-66Bb : Plato's 

logic 16-898c; Wundt IS- 

211b. 
APPERLEY, CHARLES JAS. 

2.221c. 
Apperloy Bridgo, Yorks. 28. 



^3^1 )' 
APPERT, BENJAMIN NICO. 

las Marie 2 -22 Id. 
— , I'raneola 10-013a, 
Appia,fort, IL16-4(F2). 



15-4 (F2); I5-27a| Caeear^s 
improvement 23-G42e ; col- 
umbarla on 2-385b t_ e__cv 
vation 8-182o; Via Valeria 

Appian. Adnlpho 9-806a. 
APPIAN (OF ALEXANDRIA) 

2-221d; l2-515b; 23*6S9oi 

23-GG0a. 
APPIANI, ANDREA (the 

elder) 2-222a. 
— .Andrea (tho younger) 2- 

222a. 
— , Francesco 2- 2 2 2a. 



Gheratdo, lord of P. 



APPI-ARAU 

Appfano, Jacopo d' : si 



APPIN, dist., 
24-112 (C3) 

(Dl): 12-'6 
Appius Claudi 

APPLAUSE 



(fig..); 



APPLETON, 1 



APPOGGIATURA Z-2: 
Appoigny,Fr. 10-778 
APPOINTMENT, POV 

2-225b; 27-331d. 
Appold,J.a.8-7S2t); 



-COURT HOUSE 2-2! 



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Apt Cathedral (Salute Anne) Aquacllcium 23-57 7 c. 



Apponaeansef, 


harb 


ur, Mass. 


2S™iic.' 

APPONYJ, ALBER 

2.226b; crisis of. 


T, count 


APPORTIONMENT 
— BILL 2-221 "b. 


(diet.) 2- 
9-4j0c. 


APPRAISER 8 ' 
27-PI>7c ; U 




2-227c; 


Apprehension flaw) 26-79d. 
APPREHENSION (fchilos.) 2- 


i|S.l«,,ic,o, 
APPRENTICESHIP 2 


1563) 16- 
-22 Sa ; 6- 


8S?d'; Heni~ 




2-2 2Kb. 


APPR0PRIAT1 


ON 2 


229o ; 4- 


^hm 


12- 




^SBS 


2-5 


5d ; 18- 


Ar|mliae"egE 


23-fi 


■iSb ; 24- 


APPURTENAS 


CES 


t. 24-412 






Apraksin, Stepll 


eii3- 


Pera. 3- 


— , THEDOR ft 


S-2 






see Des 


APRICOT "2-2 




Imports 


— kernel oil 20 

APRIES (Tliara 

3:-t(lo; 8-87d 

9-77a; victc 


Oil -h 


ophra,) 2- 


APRIL-FOOL'S 


2-23 


1Y (All- 


A PRIORI 2-2 




intuition 


I'..-- 

APRON (die 

bishop's B-ii 




2-231c; 


Ansa!, Afe'. 15- 
APSARAS 2-23 






APSE (arch.) 
basil iclih 3-4 
2-4<12a.; Yt 


-231 


England 
2-3B7a; 


— unci APSID 




nech.) 3- 


; :. ' ,■'. 




c. 83-871 


Apsidal 2-231c 








18- 


3G5b; 8- 


Apsilae, tribe 6 


^ 23'-763c. 


Anslcy, "Henry 


!?■ 




Ad^Ict, Tas. 26 
— , Vict. 28-38 
— End, Ilerts 


3-33 




Apsu B (iriyth.) 3 
APT, Yt. 2- 


J-5-7 


10-778 



N.H. 19-490(03) 
APTIAN GROUP 2.234e; 



i, nits., Bruz. 4-4 

-, JTea 14-380*, 

APULEIUS, LUCIUS 2-234. 



APURE, i 
APURIM/ 

apurimJ 



APYREXIA 2-2 



■AQIBA BEN JOSEPH ?■■ 



«(UAE CUTILIAE.Tt. 2-2: 



AQUAMARINE 2-2 



Aquit Kogia 18-2 
AQUARELLE 2-\ 
AQUARII (rol,) 2 

AQUARIUM2-2: 



S'U 



AQUAVIVA, CLAUDIO 2- 
AQUEDUCT 2-240b: Asia 



Aqiiilada Aeallochmn : 
AQUlLA ROMANUS 2-2 



A&UILLIUS* MANIUS i 



AQUINAS, THOMAS (Thoi 



Itchcraft 28- 
3. Enip. 23-613 



AQUITAINE 



Aratoela, riv, Be. 8-911 (D3I, 
Arabella, Gal. 5-S <B2). 
ARABESQUE 2-253a. 



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.Instructions given on Page I. 



irabet-el-Maafuneh, Egy.t SM 

ARA&GIR (Arabkir, Arab- 
races), Turk.As.2-2S3d; 2- 
5B3<U2). 

Arabi, La. 17-rU (c-d7). 

ARABIA, country, Asia 2- 



tion 8-283(1; 
l-333d. 4-G05 



ast 


Africa 


4 

d; 


304n ; 


W( 


Sii 




, ii- 


.eli 


Ti«™ 




■ lan- 






17 


'.," 




Negro 


19- 


... 


. ^ 


•iiiuf- 






1 27 


393(1": 



., Pao-O. 
i, Ire. 10- 



ARAGO. D. 



(MS); 

Jd. 

F. 2-312b ; 



, Eur. and 
aid III. of 



APPI-ARAU 

LTanzazu, Mex. : copper ores 

LJ'anai, .1 ."c. 1-S30a ; 27-927d. 
irapa, lake, Peru 21-2lj7a. 

ira. Pacis Auenstao 23-1770 
(Plat*); 23-1751); costume 

Arapabo, Okla.' 20- -58 (B-C2). 
ARAPAHO, tribe 2-;ll!)c ; 14- 

Ar-aji-aiioe, Oolu 6-722 (H3). 

— , Keb. 19-321 (E-l). ' 

Arapej.riv., Urupj. 27-HOGa. 
Arapiles, 8p. 24-570 (plan)i 



(B4). 
y.U) (B4); 



ARACHNIDA 2-23 



ARABIAN SEA, i 



Kabbabiab d 






OlSdl 




Lane's lexi 






■ lCBe; 


Aracz 6-31 


SIoruccol8-S 








AHADIO-j 


19-r-(]7d; Til 




27 




3-4 ((;:; 


-type27-5J0t 








13-!!lSl>. 






Hi 


ig. 23- 


— , Pal. 20 












RABIPASHA 


A 


IIH 


Arabi) 


—', HI., For 



. 12-424 (D2) 



. 11-752 (Al). 
2-313d ;'" 25-530 ' (E2-F1 



ARAW, EUGENE 2-3 



LANGUAGES I 



i; 23-S7-KII. D4). 
mt„ Asia 23-S74 

... Braz. 4-440 (IS); 



ARAGUAYA ( 



1, El.Sp. 25-530 (( 
t (liuddl.ist ti 
i; 22-IM. 
isliip (Buddb.) : 



. i... 
(id; 27-S29a 



a, D. R. : see J 

d, tit., India : see i 
AHANDA, PEDRO P. ( 



QOpleft-991b; Cyprus7-701a; 



ARAEOSYSTYLE 3- 312a, 

Ar-ae Pliilatiimum, N.Af. 23. 

648 (D3); 7-702(1. 
Arafa (Arafat), Arab. 17-950c 



Ara-kawa-, riv., Jap. lS-lS9d ; 
Arakawa 'iteiun (artist) IS- 
ARAKCHEEV, ALEKSYEI A., 



ARANJUEZ, i 



., Ep. : 

_-, .raj. 4-440 (15 

ARATUS (poet) 2-321b ; 

ARATUS (statesman) 2-32 
■ ' in League 1-14 
;eia 17-6(IBb ; B 

Indians 1-Slld. 
:::o]ohi. 6-701 (C3) 
'.. 27-iiSH (AH). 



(Plate); 21- 7 78b ; fcrtiliza 
tion 12-TfiI.a; flowei* 12- 
75fd (foil.); eced dispersal 
12-7(Ub; wood, Histology 
12-7010. 

— Hldnilli: see Bunya-Bunya 

— ""bra^ilinna: see Brazil pine. 

— Cunningham! : see Moreton 
Bay nine. 

— exoolsa ; see Norfolk Island 

— imli'rictita : see Monkey 



ARAL, SEA OF, Huss.As. 
316b; 27-420 (B-C.3); I 



rl-denghiz, lake, ] 



..o., Tex. 26-690 (K-L' 
AranUtis, J. C. : Fee Ara. 
Aramika, isla., Fac.O. 2i 

AH ANY, JANOS 2-318c 
— , Ladislaua 13-B28c ; 

B2fld. 
Aranyakas 24-lCOb ; 24- 

4-3 Sib. 
AranylrallJl(1222):seeQ 

bull of Hungary. 
Aranyos, mts., Hung. 27- 
— ^riy., Hung. 3-4 <B3) 

Arsnyos-Marfit {Ara„,™ 
Mearoth), Hung, 3-4 (F&). 



:R2 &B4); 6-150 



ARAU-ARDO 

Araunah the Jebuslte 7-857a. 

Terakhul. 
Arauris. riv., Gaul: set 
HGrault. 

Arayaca, SpV 25-530 (D2)" 
Aravaipa, Ariz. 2-51-1 (C3). 
— Greek, riv., Ariz. 2-51] 

(c;i). 

ARAVALLI, hills. India 2- 
322b: 14-376 1E-F7) i 14- 



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14-454aj 2- 
« (Ft). 



Arams, nit., Gr. 12-410 (C2). 
— , prom., Gr. 12-440 (C2). 
Aray glen, Scot. 24-118 (A3] 



Arba, Al^. 1-613 (B2). 
— , Jnii. 14-422 (H4). 
— ,riv., Sp. 2S-530 (F.2) ; 



ARBACES 2-:md; 



Alba kaofoth 21-516c. 
Arban, Mcsop. 26-305 (D 

18-1820. 
Arbas 21-320d. 
Arbe, Data. 3-4 (D4) ; 



— (lrbld, Beih-Arbel), Pal. 2- 
323a ; 20-602 (D3). 

2-323a; 26-30s7e-F1) ;23- 

l-547c; Caracalla'2-eGib: 
Mongols 18-713b; fihal- 
raaneser II. 3-101d | 
Tigrones 26-969b. 

— , site, Pal. 20-602 (C3). 

Arbenia. Alban. l-4S3d. 

ARBER, EDWARD 2 -323b 



Arhesau, battle 4-122b. 
Arbil (Erbil), Turk.As. : i 
Arbela. 

Irbiatun, Asia M. 13-5;(6 (D2). 
Arbiter (law) : ; .■■■-. 
ARBITRAGE 

932o; 10-53b 
ARBITRATION 






: Arbitr 



L. 14-7 



ARBITRATION AND CON- 



forcnooa 20-672a. 
Arbitrator 2-324d : 2-32fia 

Greek law 12-5 01c ; Romai 

Iaw23-536b. 
Irbiioo, mt., rr. 1-2 lie. 
Arblastier, William : see Ala 

bmrter, William. 
fefc*, Mug. 18-800 (C4). 



„..„„ ieles (1561) 9-738b. 

ARBOGAST 2-33Hd ; 23-656o. 
Arbogne, riT., Switz. 26-242 

ARBOIS, Fr. 2-337a t 10-773 
(t»4) i geo I ok y 15- 5 6 6a. 

ARBOIS DE JUBAINVILLE, 
Maria H.D'2-337b; Iberian 
problems 14-2171)} Irish 5- 

.rbolc'pass, Alps l-743a. 

rlioleda, Julio 6-7lla. 

.rbolcs, Colo. 6-722 (CI). 

" 26-9'00a. 

.rbonnoiseCanal, Fr.l6-6S5b, 
jbor(dict.)2-330a. 
Irbor Arborwn. (Hassianus) 3- 
49-ld. 
ARBOR DAY 2-3370J 10- 

!-337c 

ARBOR ICULT U RE 

gee also Forests andForeslry. 

Arbor Low, Derby. 2-3S0c. 

rborville. Neb. 19-324 (Gl). 
^rbor Vitae, Wjs. 28-740 (1)3). 
ARBOR VITAE (bot.) 2-338c; 

, %nat.) 23-1320 1 4- 

aiooij, I. of M. 17-5350. 
ARBOS, FERNANDEZ 2-338d. 



Robert ot Arhrissel. 
ARBROATH, Scot. 2-339 a 

661a ; parliament (1320) 
24-436d. 
— _Abbey, Scot. (Forfarshire; 

'-54 (a5). 
.14-'! 7 6 (AS). 
5-3 <E2). 
-560 (A-B3). 
10-541) (K41. 
1.20-58 (D3); 20- 

-9 20-237b; 27' 

:r 27-59d. 
Irwick 28-3+3d. 
. China 6-168 (H2)' 



— , mts.,Okh 



Arbiia, mts 
12-167d. 
ARB U THNOT, ALE X. (p oet) 2- 



iarriotl-8i6c; 6-529b. 



jbuthiK; 



L42d. 



7-828 (A4). 
aroaius voul.) 9-739b I 
740a; distribution 21-780 
fruit 9-739d} in Koi 
Africa l-323a. 

— andrachne 10-571d; ] 
347c. 

— rigido, 6-M6n. 

— .trailing: sue Trailingarl 

— uiiedu: see Sl.rawberi 



trib.Isore) 10-778 



organs 16-120d: gills 1 
115c, 16-116d, 16-117 
labial palps 16-llflb. 

Areacea 16-122a ; 16-115c. 

ARCACHON, Fr. 2-310o ; 1 
-78 (D5); oyster indusl 



20-4 

— , ba-v, 

43d. 



-, Fr. 10-773 (D5) ; 12- 



p (Milton) lS-lSlrt. 

demia dcgli Arcadi. 
l, Fla. 10-540 (E4). 
14-732 (B2). 
. 14-422 (El). 
i. 15-654 (113). 



— , N.C. lfl-772 (B2). 

Keb. 19-324 J MS J. 

O. 20-26 (C-D2). 

Odessa 20- 3 o. 

Okla. 20-58 (D2), 

, Pa. 21-106 (E4). 

— , Pretoria 22- 3 OS b, 

— , Tenn. 26-620 (II). 

— , Wash. 28-354 (Il-C: 

— . Wis. 28-741) (B4). 

ARCADIA, anc. diet., Gr. 2- 

341a ; 12-440 (C-D3) 

Areas 5-5Jd ; coins lfl 

881c; dialect 12-497b, 8- 

427b; league, Bee Ar "' 

League} Macedonian 

3J6d; PclaBgians on 21-65c ; 



428d. 
-, gulf, Gr. 12-424 (C3) ; 12- 

427b. 
Arcadia (Portuguese school) 

22-161a. 
Arcadia (society) 14-908O ; 7- 

Ircodia (SaunaKaro) 24-1540 : 
14-S05C ; 25-582o ; paHtoral 

896b, 16-7840! Sidney's 

debt 25-15a. 
Weadia (Shirley) 25-45a, 
Ircadia (Sidney) 25-44d : 20- 

807a; Euphuism 9-899d ; 

price 4-215d ; Stirling's ad- 



ARCADI US (grammarian) 2- 



gnes, Fr. 21 -9 6b. 

i disciplioa 6-3331). 

a deU Mare (Dudley) I 

urn, O. 20-26 (A-B5). 
urn (clicm.): see Pot- 
um Kiilpliale. 
(Eatlaria), Bosnia 7- 

Lw (offlcial) 23-661a. 

(myth.)" 6-67d} '2- 

a, CaL 5-8 (Al) ; 9- 

le Triomphe, Paris 20- 
(B-Clj; 20-SOea: 2- 
d; sculptures 23-811d, 



(G4). 
Aroene. lake, Arm. ! see Van 
Arcor, Jan ! see Archer. Johi 
Arcosci, Hum. 23-S26 (B2). 
Arcesilaug I. 7-701C. 
"II.7-704d; eupS-71Ta. 
— IV. ll-444c; 21-619b. 
ARCESILAUS (philos.) 2-3 12b; 



-106b. 



5-Q93d. 

j observator; 



: - 342c 



J3b; centering: 5-3881 
ned 2-426a, 14-42 9 < 
-■centred lS-901a, 2' 
b ; Mahommedan 1 
a; masonry 17-848e 
d 2-403d ; Roman co: 



1-5 86b; 



25- 



2-386a. See also Disohara- 
ing, Interlaced, Memorial, 
Pointed, aud Triumphal 



ARCHEAN SYSTEM 2-360a t 

"-O70d ; magnotdto bods 
-385b ! petroleum looal- 
3i321-318o: UnitodStates 



%e Athoiia Arche- 
i 21-728dJ 1- 



526o ; 

sterna 

Archaeocetl 5 



>oidaridao 8-881a 



aeolcpas 26-9060. 

Archaeologia iirittannit 

(Lhuyd) 5-G22I). 



Koine 6- 45 5b, 
-Society, Grec 
Archaeologi 



Greek 
.lSuryeyoI Upper 



2-760 (Jf'3>; 5-2! 
Araholaus {Armon 

569a; 2-570b. 

RCHELAUS (of I 

died A.n. 11) 1 

2S7rL 
—■(of Cappadocia 

2-361d; Zanto 



iii bp.) 2- 



fon 



Biblici 
2-344 h^ 



. AHCHELAUS I 



5.317d ; 



2-3470 : methods I 

12-471a; soe' ,- " 
WinclielmaiiT 

-.classical t see Gi'eek Art, 

ddao 26-54 
b 

6-662a. 



13-3 5 6d ; 18-7 



5-530 (E3) I 
18-521a. 
. Heretord.j 



Archaeopteryges 20-3; 
ARCHAEOPTERYX 2-354d } 



-, lake, 1 
Caeeiliu 

:is- 



iltes E-312a. 
:m. 2-565 (D2)', 



-, Thoi 



(Ja.n Areer) 10-643c. 
las (architect) 2- 420a, 
iaa (publisher) IS- 

■) 2- 362c; 



.126c, 

, 1-37 Oil. 

ARCHAISM (diet.) 2-358a. 
Archa-la, pass, Tib. 6-168 (E3). 
Arohamazonia 2B-1007c, 
Arehameeh : fee Boflles. 
Archamp (battlefield) : 

Aliscana. 
ARCHANGEL. Buss. 2-3,'i6b ; 

23-872 (Jj'3)j arte' 

liresl0-402a: fie 

SSb. 

nge: 

23. 

' "iisb. 23-872 (K2-3). 
LTHrdcra"" "'"- 
Gabriel, ) 



— , WILLIAM (ant 
9-641bJ 4-427d. 
— (nsheries Inspector) 24-83o, 
Archer, Ala. 1-460 (A2). 
— , Fla. 10-540 (D2). 

2-943£ 



, Queens. 2-960 (G2) i 



Archer Body Guard 12-658d 
Archer <;ity, Te.v. 28-B90 (12 
— Co., Tex. 26-690 (12). 
Archerneld, Hcot. 12-7 96a. 
Ai-cher guard of the Kioi 



:iopterls 22- 
. 14-7451i 



Archan 

171e, 

Arehan . .. 

Arcliastcridae 8-8(tuo, 
Archaster typicua 15-ld 
Arobat, pass, Asia 10-2 
ARCHBALD, Pa. 2-356 

106 (L-M3). 
ARCHBISHOP2-356d; Angll- 

can Communion 2-2"*- "- 

335d; election 6-912: 
Arohbold, O. 20-26 (Bl' ; . 
ARCHCHANCELLOR 2-338oi 

5-834d. 
Arch-core (geoU 10-598a. 
Archdalc, N.C. i9-772 (C2), 
ARCHDEACON 2-358d: 

857b. 
Archdeacon ale 1-53 8b. 
Archdeaconry 2-3 5 9a. 
ARCHDUKE 2-3 59d. 
■' Archduke " (horse) 13-731d. 
Arche, A. (chemist) 21-58." 

Cauadiau ^jield. 



503a; fejtfslatlon ll-446d. 

Arches Mezieres, Fr. 18-351b, 

■ ARCHES, COURT OF 2-3G0a; 

16-942aj diyorco S-337a. 
Arclies 1'ork, riT^ Atk. 2-553 

(C2). 



4-705d. 

rcheBtratns (of Athens) 2- 
453d ; 21-145b. 
ARCHESTRATUS (of Sera- 

Archetarecoamement4-339a. 
Archetype theory * see Typo 

theory (biol.). 
Arcbeus jmed.) I8-4Sd! 18- 

50a; 13.250b. 
ARCHIAC, E. J. A. DESMIER 



AHCHIAS, AULUS LIC 
2-36 7 a. 

— of Corinth 26-296a. 

— of Sparta 12- 45 5 a, 

— 0lThuriiB-13d. 



— .E. D. : caesium 4-944C ; 
Archibald, La. 17-54 (CI). 



mbalo 21-564a 



in 17-460b. 
Arcnle, Mo. 18-Gtin i ti3j. 
Archlestown, Scot. 24-1 12 <E2). 
Archigallus (priest) 12-402b. 
Arehigenea 18-44b J surgical 

writings 26-127a. 
Arebigetes26-408a; 26-408b. 
Arcbiguiana 28 -100 7 c 
ARCHIL 2-367cj 16-58Sd;8- 

>2 (F2). 
_ 3G7d -■ 



— spiral 2S-G92b, 6-964d. 

ARCHIMEDES (mathema- 
tician) 2-36Sb ; conic sec- 
tions 6-910d ; hydro- 
mechanics 14- 1 1 Sa; language 
12-49911 ; line defined 16- 
721a; mechanics 24- 3 99a ; 
mensuration of cone 6-8H7b; 
quadrature or circle 6- 3 81c ; 
sphere 2S-047c. ; Syracuse 
siege lD-fmd, 22-601d. 

Archimedes (fossil I 5-31 lb. 

" Archimedes " (ship) 24-869d. 

Archimedes, Principle ot 14- 
117d. 

ARCHIMEDES, SCREW OF 2- 
369c; 7-53a. 

Archin (measure) 29-lBla. 



inns (author) 18-41d. 



[>oda28-1017d. 
US (Ath ' 

-"(bibi.') , 21-375a. 



ARCHITECTURE 2-3fl9d ; 4 
762b; 10-363O ; Abyssmiai 
12-232a ; Coptic 2-391b 



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Ardahan, Cauc. 23-874 



GflHc. 

rchitonthis 7-6751) 
24-5 6 la. 
ARCHITRAVE 2-4 



ARCHIVE 2-1 



xn- Doric 20- 

; 13-531C. 



912s 



'Slog- 
io (jloltnltxiii-o itetliono 2- 
-, 14- 



723a, 
rchivio Star; 



; 20-6 



ARCHIVOLT2-_ 

' ' ' i glgas 26-9063. 
b (geol.) 10-S98a. 
17-132d; 25-1039a. 

3 14-2670. 

ARCHON (ancient) 2-444c ; 2- 
841d • judicial MnetionE 
-- -- ,„... ._ ia. 5 03 a : 
es21-14Ca. 
iiodern) 12- 



12 -,504a (fol: 



lonides (of Herbita) 12- 



Arcinicga.Sp. 25-530 (HI 
Arolsate, It. 28-242 (F3). 

ARCIS-SUR-AUBE,Fr.2- _ 

10-778 (G3); battle (1814) 



— , lud. 14-122 (G2). 
ARCOLA, It. 2-4460 ; battle 
(1796) ll-192d, 11 • — 

_(map) 

— ' Miss. 18-000 (B2). 



a 16-123b. 
i, riv., Fr. 24 
Uonzo de 11 



ARCOS DE LA FRONTERA, 
Sp. 2-446d; 2B-530 (C4). 

ARCOSOLIUM 2-44fid ; 5-492. 

ARCOT, Ind' ' " 

(H13): Cli 



-446d; 14-; 
defence (18< 
7 c, 10- 7 2 4a. 



14-382 (II13|; — 

— , south, dist., India 2-447b ; 

14-382 (H13); 14-853d. 
Are sight 25-631). 
Arctic, R.I. 23-249 (B-C2). 
ARCTIC, ----- " ■—- ■ 



938d ; 



. -955u 



and^fam 



tic Alpine flora 21-780a. 
!ox 10-769d; B-371d; fir 
l-349d, ll-348b, ll-350b 



i. 12-543 (C2). 

,,i 21-938 (A-Bl); 21 

; 19-971a; 19-97 3e 



836e; sbore-ll, 



(C2); 17-254d. 
land right-whale 



Otarla antaj 
- australis : » 



narinotta : set: Alpine i 



25-7! 

44" 

00a ; 7-12 

Bootes 



21-865d. 

_. ..8b. 
447d;25-788b ; 



uliaui, aqueduct, Fr. 

1. 

nilis 10-9fii 

ling 28-501.. 

levalier d' 3-277d. 



19-1 



e lfl-105d. 
Ire. 14-744(1 



3 (C3) ; 4-773d. 



t. 24-418 {02): 1 
t. 27-126 (E2) 
15-211 
Kuss. : see Tlieo- 



Ird a 'Eh i 

412 (AS 
Irdabil, Pcrs 
inl9Ka.ii, Hut 

han. 
irilagh, Maj.-fien. Sir Jchn C 

14-744 (D3); 14. 

21 -7 90 d 



774b.' 
Ardagh cup 10; 



ARAU-ARDO 



Ardeneaple, Inlet, Green. 2> 

543 (G2J. 
■ ARDEN, FOREST OF, dist., 

Warwick 2-450b. 
: ARDENNES, dept., Fr. 2-450d; 

'" ; ohampagnc28- 



!. 14-711 (C2)i 8- 



10-778 (G2);< 
[ustrklpoj>ulatjoiii6-783c; 



ib;21-219b;2i-221d;i 

foundation 13-694a ; Kar 

family extirpated" 13-60 3d ; - 
Zend Avesia collected "" 
<>H8d. 
-II. 2-443d; 21-221d; 

- HI. 2-449a ; 21-222b. 



Itenaud d 
S°(G2) ; 10 



Ai'derites, Fr. 10-778 (E4). 



it. 24-418 (C2) j 
re. 14-744 (D3)i 
:9 16-556b. 



«.e Coarli. 
Iconnel, S< 
castle, Set 



i (Irish church) ; 



astle 4-< 
rt.-.HlT, pcnin., ±re. 
ARDGLASS, lie. 2- 



(D4); 
6-427a. 



Ardea(zepl.)13-:(86d;13-!!88b. 

— (alba) : see Great egret. 

— (bubulcus) : six- Buft-bucked 



N.S.W. 19-538 IF2). 

:our, Scot. 24-412 (C3). 

— 24-412 (C3). 

' ^aneuase) 22- 
d; 13-4 r " 



i^S 

^.rdhamagadhi (1 

ird'ha-: 



myth.) 



-5llc 






r., Fr.Cong 

'., Sp. 25-530 (B3) ; 

Ardingly/Jna. 9-424 (IV. B4) s 

Ardisia5-I73c; 17-2S2e ; 15- 
'!S7d. 

distama ia-fl3.1il. 
ilistan, Pcrs. 21-188 (B2) ; 
lopulatioj. 21-194b ; teie- 
;raph 21-19Sd. 



ARDITI, LUIGI 2- 



Ardeae 3«977b; 3-065d; Bra- 



■867d. 
IClb. 
mt. 24-413 

■281o. 



t. 24-418 (El). 



carpet 5-39B (Plate). 
— , dist., Pcrs. 3-44911. 
ARDECHE, dept., Fr. 2-ii0c 

10-778 (G5). - 
— , riv., Fr. 10-778 (GS) ; 23 

272b. 
ARDEE, Ire. 2-4S0a ; 14-71 

Ardcidac : sen Heron. 
Ardelan, dist., Ters. 21-18 

(A2); 15-95IC. 
— , tribe 15-019c. 



1-4(10 (Bl). 
■2- 45 Ob. 
4-7 7 2d. 



Aidrncanach, dist 



300b. 
Ardminish, Scot. 24-112 (CI). 
* lmorc,Irc.l4-74*(Dfl);28- 

Mo! 18-608 (D2). 
DMORE, Ofcla. 2-151b ;20- 

■ 8 (D3>. 

SI Tlalf 25-506 (B4). 
4-744 (D5). 

ot.' (Ielay) '24-412 

— !pt'| Scot. (Skye) 24-412 

Ardmncknish, bay, Scot. : tee 

Nell, lake. 
ArdnaeroBS, bay, SooL 24-412 



"•5H2L 



(C.4). 

Ardnadam, 

' \.-B3). 



=ot. 



. (PI. IT.-flf 
Pers. 21-1: 



ichun, dist., Scot. 24- 
412 (B-C3); 19-]S7b; 2- 
£86h ; geology 2-487a. 
— , pt., Scot. 24-412 (JiH) ; 8- 

— , sound, Scot. 25-24Bd. 
Ai-do,riv.,It.3-J10e. 
Ardobriea, Sp. 7-208d. 
Arilooh, N.Uak. 19-780 (Gl). 
— , Scot. 4-584 (Bl); 84-418 
<D2) ; AgEieoIa>B rictoir (8il 



ARDO-ARIS 

12.333d; Roman damp ■ 

trd'och Burn, riv., Scot. 24-4: 

ArdoiiHof Italy) 15-30a. 
Atd.jn.Sp. 25-530 (CI). 

— .' riv.. Cauc. 23-871 (II, T>2 

— , riv., Fr. 16-190a. 
Ardore, It. 15-4 (FS). 
Ardoft, nits.. Arm. 2-505 (D2 
At dove, Bel.;. 3-S6S (1J2). 
Ardpatrick, Ire. lB-l>!)4o. 
Ardra.ii, \V..\t. : sue Aliatla. 
Ardrahan, Ire. 14-744 (CD). 
Ardre. Sired. 26-190 (E3). 
ARDRES, Fr. 2-15 Ic ; 10-7J 

(Fl). 
Ardri (title) 4-488d; 14-7591 



ARDROSSAN. 


Scot. 2-451o; 


Aron 


irioiizi.7 


24-11 












nia.. I 


c. 14.74l"(V2). 






Ardscii 


^Moal, 


rt?.14-74.i(E3); 


— is 


i Colu'm. 
, Cuba 7- 






24-412 (C3). 




, Niu. 12 


Ard=Icj 




2S-o;;3 (D2). 




3 (soil) 28 




, York 


28-988 (C2). 




rda.i, dis 


Ard^ull 




Iro. 6-12(id. 


(B 


) : 25-52 


Ardturi 




t. 24-418 (CI). 
1. 34-412 (C3). 


Acer* 


Hon (diet 












Ardudv, 


y, dlst. 


Wales 12-954 d. 






— C ra.v 


ea_: se 


Bcddau gwyr 


arendal; n 



Aid von rl i 
Lord 21 



Areca. palm (Hotel palm) 
829&;S-7S!>a;2D.8i0d(f 

Aro!rcae21-7iilb; 21-781e. 

ARECIBO, I'.H. 2-45ld; 
124 (11). 

—', riv., P.l't. 22-121 (Al) ;' 

Aracifei Can.Is. : sr-e. Arrec 
Araoifos, isl., l'ac.O.; ace 

Arecomic'i 28- lT3c; 19-7(12. 



nyth.) 7-9 S la. 

s, maco of 2-584b. 

Fr. -. see Arleg. 



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Argeia, Gr. 2-479d. 



1.2-162(1 

we Sandw. 
ts) 5-495u 



villc. Pa. 21-10C fl 



AREOPAGUS, hill, 



AREQUIPA, Peru 2- 



. : Alexander Jap 
:196a ; Damascus 
d, 7-784d; Petj; 

, 2-4*53(1 : 15-3flflb ; 
310b; St Paul 7-Ti 
(daughter uf Aristi 

2-455d. 



ARETE lecog.' 
ARETHAS <aj 

Aicth^rf'-^G 
AHETHUSA (r 



ARETINO, PIETHO I 



(of -Macedonia) 2 

, nit., Asia M. 2-7( 
see «(«> Krjish Dagl 
i, Gr. 12-421 (El). 



ARGAO, P.ls. 2-457 



Atsasidae 26-<)36d; 2-310 
Area.-il.iti, riv., Afe- 14 

fA-B4). 
ARGAUM, India 2-457a, 
Arge (myth.) 20-1 lb ; 

Atsocilia, Sp. 23-530 (D2) 

ARGEI 2"4aia; 13-60*2 Tj! 



L. de2. , . 

— , LUFERCIO L. da 2-1 

.*; - ■ 

ARGENSON (family) 2 -IE 



£i>!:|: 



c. 2-4G0b J 10- 



Alpsl-Tild; l-749a. 
ARGENTEUIL, Fr. 2-160o ; 

10-77S(B5). 
Argonteus. Codex 28- 52 2b ; 20- 



2-4 7 0b foil. 



dlsa: 



: 21- 



, 20-.V78d ; Rosao 

(zooi.) 24-S2b ; 24- 

ARGENTINE, Kan. 2-47 5a J 

■722 <E2); 6- 

4-D70c. 



a. 



e Great-We 



iff, Sp. 17- 
i, Ft. 10-778 



n-Saiildrc, Fr. 10-778 

i, Ky. 15-740 <E- 

'..Kimi.: see ArgealL. 

ytli.) 7-080 d. 

ol.) 5- 5 15a. 

dept.. Rum. 23-828 

Hum. 23-S2Q (112); 



ARGHOUL 2-175 



Arghnna (family) 1 


315d 


Arehuri, Asia M. 2 


319d. 










Argial : nee Oriel. 




AWiapidae2-300d. 




Ar(-id,riy.,l.ofM. 


«bS 



uo9-662dj 9-664a, 

ao 2-234c. 

i, Homo 23-586 (C2J. 



ireiuin l-511a ; 19-923a. 
ir K iEii9ae, battle (406 ej\) 

21-75d; 25-985d; 26-SSiJb. 
Lpgiope 4-362b; 4-3G3&; 4- 

304d. 
iigiopidae : nee Ar^vopidao. 
Lrslppaei, tribe 24-526"b. 



Argo, isl, Ebf. J-iO (B-CS 

Stable). 
•' Argo" ;ship) 2-17Sc; 1 

11 So. 
Argob, (Est, Pal. 3-465a. 
ARCOL2-475d; 29-7180. 
Argobcus, gulf, Gr. 12-4 

(113) : see oiso Nauplia, gu 
Argons, depl... Gr. 12-1 

(D-E3) ; 2-179d ; geolo 

12-427b; pop. 12-438(1. 



ARGONAUTS 2-47Sb iGlancuE 
Pontius 12-1150 ; Hercules 
13-3401) ; Lcnmos legend. 
16-412d; Moiisug 18-Slile ; 
Orplieus20-338a; Phiiicus'e 
sons 21-116b ; Sirens 25- 
15(il> ; starline-plaee 26- 
S43b, 23-190b; Triton 27- 



(as 



on.); 



710c; 18-aiOa. j geology 1- 

Arconuro. mt., Java 15-284 



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instructions given on Page I. 

440 (Dl); 14- 



ARDO-ARIS 



Argiira. Gr. 

J 2 4a. 
Argus, mt., Cal. 6-8 (E4). 
— , mts., Cal. 6-8*(E3). 
ARGUS (myth.) 2-483a. 

(Albany journal) l-490b. 

(Anglo-Frencb journal- 
is " (ship) l-848b. 
tstar)25-7a0d. 
ianus : see Argus-pheas 

' Fanoptes 14-72M- 



,111. 14-304 (Dl). 
— , Me. 17-434 (D31. 
"linn. 18-550 (A2), 

r.y. 19-590 (uai. 

cot.: see Argyll, 
■ex. 26-690 (B7). 
Fis. 26-740 (D6). 

.„gyll- ' 
ARGYLL, oarla and dukon of 2- 

4S3a; family 2-488b. 
— (John Campbell) 2nd 

-' 2-48 jb. 

Licliibald Campbell) 3rd 



— (John Uonglaa Suthoi 
Campbell) 9th dute t 
4S6b; 8-CS-lb: vieerc 
Canada 5-102a. 

— (Oolin Campbell) let cs 
2-18Kb; 24-4411). 

— (Archibald C), and ea 



'My 



7 th earl of 2-183b 

j. sin 



24-449d;CharloslI.5 
duke of Hamilton 12 
.Montrose 18-79:10, 12 

24-45 id*; 
bell ion 18 . 
trial 27-22 7a 



18-7200 ; 



reeklndopen 
ilia; Io 14 
neia 17-6051 



13-3()9a; Phcidon 21-362 b 
Tiryns subject to 26-1013b. 
— , Ind. 14-422 (E2). 



— , dist., 



r. 21-0 



l, Gr. 12-440 

ARGOS'TOLI.Gr. 2-482o; 1 

424 (B2); S-6;i4d. 
ARGOSY (diet.) 2-182d. 
Argot 2S-208b. 
Arson!, A npollinairo Maur! 

comtcd'i6-GSb. 
AratoTiaa group ll-670ej i 

115b; 16-5690. 



ir.,Fr.lO-77S(C3); 

25-5;;0 iCl). 
-, W.Af. 13.296c. 
.-]., W.Af. 2-482d; 

', ire. 15- 70 So. 

late, ' China 6-163 



ri Ahari, mt., Mi 

(E2). 

Ariadne (East R oma 
• 'UOb; 2S-970a. 
— ••" (rayth.)l 



■490a ; 2 

tuf Naziis (Bcnda) a 
18-96c 
(Arabian king) la 

diet-) 7- 708c. 



. as. 



19-5 



Ian) 20. 

ArtaTlIhan, riv., India 3-1 33 h 

10-17 Sb. 
Arialoor beds : see Deccai 

Arian, tribe l-315a; 21-203b. 

Ariana : see Arvana. 

Ariaiio (of Tahiti); seePomarc 
V. 

Ariane (Desruarets de 
Sorlin) 13-385U. 

Arianism 7-S9Ha : 19-611b ; 
13-361a: Anuileia, synod 
at l-798d; Oonstanthie " 
990a : Eusebius of Caesa- 
9-054b; hymnody 14-181 
pope's position 15-434a, : 
5oIb; Teutonic follow 
26-033O, 27-S6Gb, 2-54 la 

Ariano, It. (lerrara) : see : 

ARIANO DI PUGLIA, It. 

4110b ; 1S-4 (El). 
Arian Pali : see KliaroshthI 



18-921c; 19-604d. 
riv., S.Am. 20-275d. 
s (king of Gothe) 1 



,Seot. 24-il2(C3). 
15-4 (GO). 
tcllatiou) 2-49Zb ; 
7-13 (man). 
tc) 2-4Hlb; 28- 



itos5-093d; 15-57' 

— iSuoklandi 15-509b. 



e. 14-7 



a Ilooc 



Delia Kt 
Ai'iguanabo, lake, "On. 7-595 

(Ql); 7-59Gb. 
— , riv., On. 24-1270 ; 7-590b. 
Ari Maian, int., Mor. 18-851 

(E2). 
Aiik 24-112a. 

ARIKARA 2-401b : 14-477d. 
■ '■ - ■ - -h (H2), 

.) 19-":i2ib. 
1 - r)15- 



ip he'' • 



Argyll, diet., acot 
Argjll - Kobertso 



s Lodging, atirling 2S- 

iia 13-1 46b. 

bia : see Silver-washed 

lary, 

.idau2S-fi<Soa;25.fi64b; 



Argyraspii 



ARGYROKASTRO, Turk. : 



Argrropelcous 14-2 6 la. 
ARGYROPULUS, JOHN 

438d. 



is, India 26-1005 d; 



na, isl., Sivcd. 26-100 
,e learned) 28-090. 



ARIA {music) 
77d; 6-825d 



25-lOCd. 
jrtsmouth i 

9 CC-D2); 



\ BENITO 

io 7-707 d. 



bin da, Fr.W.Af. 11-204 

I'll). 

.bistan, Asia : see Arabia. 

bo (arehbp. o[ Maina) 6- 

;b otCordova 2-?75a. 

1ICA, Chil. 2-190c; 2-402 



lioa, dei>t., Cliil. 26-347a. 



of Fames* and duko 
a%al., If,. 2.490c. 



ARICIA (mod. Ariccia)! It. 2- 
490o ; 1G-8B mo) ; Diana 

Hippolytns 2S-109d. 
ARCJNI 8 -4 »0d. 
Ariclcareo, riv., Colo. J sc'- 

Arieo'nium.'Rom.Br.iaeeWes. 

Arid, 'cape, W.Ans. 2-OfiO (CO). 
— , div., Arab. 2-204 (E3) ; 19- 

— , isl./N.Z. 19-024 (K2>. 

— , mts., Arab. 2-264 (E3) ; 2- 

25iic-, 19-351a. 
Aride, isl., Ind.O. 24-751c 
Arid farming l-410a. 
Arid Region doctrino 28-386c. 
ARIEGE, dept. Fr.2-490d i 10 

778 (E6); 10-7J9o ; bauxit. 

3- S 4 3a. 
Ariego, riv., Fr. 10-778 (B6) 

ll-474a. 
Ariel, La. 17-54 (b7). 
— , Pa. 81-lOfi (M3). 
~, Wash. 28-064 (C3). 
Arfel (astron.) 27-7seb i 2 

S15d. 



ilgol Je 



Irilla, Martina de (d. 1614) 25- 

91Sd. 
Lrillaga, Jobb Joaquin de B- 



Arima, W.L 28-544 ( 
285c. 

2-4910. 

■dahan : we 



L rimrio.'.lua 2- 5 1) 2d. 

iriinondi (Ital. oommander) 

lS-7Tb; S-iaod. 
jiruui, cape, Jap. 15-150(Q3). 



Ola,' Bilveal.ro'i 
i. El, Egy. 



(in); 

a; be" 

(18od) ll-l: 



ARISTARCHU5 (of ^an 
thraco) 2-494b ; 12-51J 
12-:i31e;Honiei. 12-1240,: 



AR1STEAS (auflior) 2- 



r. Soot. 24-412 (B:i) 
; ., India 14-376 (HO); 



Tt, Asia M, 24-79Sa. 
., Braz. 1-7SS (map); 



Utah27-S14(A2). 

1, Fr. 10-778 (Gl). 

ARIOBARZAKE5 (of rontos 
--• • - '"- ",662c 

— "(ofPontus) (240 B.C.) 2- 

satJ'a.p) 2-19i 

(of Cuppadoi 

or (of Cappa 

— Philo-Romaeus (of Car 
doeia)2-491d: 5-287d; 
069b; 26-54c. 

— (of Larsa) : see Eri-Aku. 
Ariolica : &.# Pontarlier, Fi 
Ariolimas ll-526b. 
ARIOU (of Methynma) 2-4( 

dithTramb 8-323d, 12-51 



ARIOSTO, LODOVICO 2-4921i 
miTiralins 8.520b. 14-007b 
2O-S08B 
■ 1015b. 



??,'i'I, 



s Stanza : see Otta^ 

:'ns l-244d; 4-fl39( 

8o; 26-682c. 

Ccy. 14-382 (HIS) ; I 



(dramatis 
_ . ,i2-S76a. 
- oliogantha r i 



7-958c ; 2-842c. 

(of Miletus) 2-4B5d; 12- 
515c; 7-l(i0i 

(ofThebey)2-49Cb. 
, AELIUS 2-495b ; 12-515b ; 



S43d; Delos 2-I61b ; 
4b. 
ARISTIPPUS 2-4B7H ; anai 
ism l-915a; LedoniEiu 
197d ; Snorates 25-i!i6d. 



13- 



■ -i- 



iato (o£ Alesandria) 21.163c. 
(of Ceos) 21-lG3b ; 2-4971). 
. __iISTO (of Chioe) 2-497U. 
ABISTO (of Pella) 2-407b. 
' -'-■'".buhifl {of Alexandria) 21- 

ARISTOBULUS (of Cassnn- 
* ■ • - ■— — -878b j 12- 



ff(K 



20- 



4690. 

2- w 497b; 

— I. "(of Judaea) IB- 
620d; " ■'• 

- II. 15' 

- III. i: 
■ IY. 3- 
31ST01 
497b ; 

Ariatooles (of 7ilcsscne)21-16;d. 

— {son ot Aristoc) : M.e Plato. 
ARISTOCRACY 2-48!c ; 19- 

724b: covcrnmentl2-2i)::c 
(of Arcadia) 2- 



49Sd. 



icystidee E-S77d. 

wystis 8-870a; 8.877d; 

237d. 

jdemus (of Cumae) 7- 

oiaolld) 25-C09d ; 25- 

>d; 13-309a. 

TODEMUS (of Mcssenlat 

98b. 

jgeiton {Atheniaii orator) 

ui-dercr ^of __ Hipparchus) 

if iodid(" 
■498c; ; 

Is":" see Birth wort.. 
jii see Bed Eivci 

lr ia-. see -Virginian 

:c Dutdiman'spipe. 



ARIS-ARNO 

Ariston (of lulis) : see Aristo 
(of Ceos). 

— (of Pella): Bee Aristo of 
Pella. 

— (of Sparta) 25-6! Ob. 
Arifitonautao. Gr. 12-44(1 (D2). 
ARISTONICUS (of Alexandria) 

2-499a; 13-633a. 

— (of Pereamum) 5-28Td ; 7- 
380d; 19-661d. 

Arlstopbanel 5-58a. 

ARISTOPHANES (dramatist) 
2-499a; 12-5110 ; comedies 
B-191d; Cratinus 7-362a ; 



- OF BYZANTIUM 2-SI 



Aristotle (founder of Gyrene) 

ARISTOTLE (philos.) 2-5011) 

1-GSa; Aloxander'of Aphra 
disias l-566c ; Alexande 
tlie Great l-545d. 19-05b 



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2 -251c; 
8 9-S24d ; 



•izzl 20-934d; Peripat 

l-162d.; philosophy, theory 
f 2i-440b; uhysiogr 



Plato ' 



politic! 



tliei 



elenty 25-520d ; Fortuguesi 
school 22-159d ; rainbow 
22-S81c; Jihetoric 23-231c 
23-233d: riTer action 11- 
0401) ; 

b 25- 1 35 i 



?181 



ai 24-346d ; 



18b ;> 



9-81 



101b; 



althoo 



rlO-1 



thod 



ARJUNA(myth.)2-548d; 24- 

io' (temples) 15-293a. 
...,_jans, Fr. 10-118 (115). 
ARK (diet.) 2-5iSd. 

' • Noah)2-549s; 7-859c 



-, Ark. 2-552 (B3). 



(ordor) 2-516d, 2-5171) ; 
Xenooratea, criticism of ™ 
881b; zoology 28-10251), 

Aristotle's lantern (xool.) 

565 a. 
AHISTOXENUS OFTAREN- 

502a,2-504d'; Aulos2-919c 

prosody 27-104ld ; rliythn 

23-277a, 27-1042b. 
Aiisty)Uis(ast.™ju)mer)2-810a 
ARISUGAWA (Japanese roya 

familr) 2-S22d; 15-263a. 
Arita, Jap. 15-150 (F-G10) 

porcelain 15-183c, 15-185! 

(PI. VIII.), 5-7550. 
Arlte 19- 046 b. 
ARITHMETIC 2-523a r 11' 



Arksut, fjord. Green. 7-582o. 



■ 25- 680c, 5-324b, 

7-284d. 
- it. Nightingale 2-S56C 
Ltla, Hwod. 26-190(02). 

■ v Fr. 10-778 (F5). 



ABM(0i0t.l2-559il. 

— (human) 1-flilr ■ 
muscles 19-551) 

— (mech.): see C: 
Anna (myth.) 2-1 ■ 
Annabel, Hal. : si 



'l-ililc; 18.713»! 



-, Ark. 2-.' 






I-778 (F5). 
■quia d' 1-26 



— , Miel 



■ 2 (A2). 



.18-372' 



Arlandea, Majquia i' l-263b. 
AHimih&us, Philipp : ii ■" 
an Phflipp. 
rlv., Sp. 
4-819a. 
Arlaud, Jaoqnca 11-535.,. 
Ad-Rerg, mt., Ans. 25-242 

(12). 
Arlborg, 



mdale, Scot. (Linlithgow) 
4-418 (D3) ; geology 16- 
32a; oiI16-732a. 
Scot. (Skyc) 24-412 <C2) ; 



.rba-Kol, lake, China 26-42Ba; 
16-99 lb. 

' Ergameuee. 

■ rkana. Ark. 2-552 (CI). 

jkansas, hills, Colo. 6-722 
(E3). 

lRKANSAS, liv., U.S. 2-550 ; 
2-552 (D3); 6-722 (G3) ;15- 
654 (E-F3); -20-58 (El) - 
15-054d; 20-5Sa; 18-604( 
legal case 6-720a. 

-, fitale, U.S. 2-551b ; 2-552 
(map) ; agriculture 2- ' *" 
11- 2 6 9a, 7-264d ; faun 
634a [ finance 2-553d 
losj- 2-552a, 



16-707 



20-!i37b ; 

17-7S8e! 
2-555d ; 



inpiles, chateau, Fr, 13- 

id. 

r, Helnrloti : see Parler, 

ARLES, Fr. 2-5 5 7a ; 
<G(S) ; 22-503c ; 
amphitheatre 2-3S5i 
(411) 17-926c; bat 
22-503c; bishopric: 

cathedra] 2-3971), , 

Childebert I. 6-137a; Con- 
stantino the usurper 6- 
892c : Knights of St John 
24-Hb; Salyes2" ""' 
— , KINGDOM OF 



ARMADILLO 2-560d; 8-9 



:h 17-522d; United Si 



-—.Fa. 21-106 (D5). 
ARMAGH, oo. Ire. 2-581b ; 14- 

744 (K2). 
Armagh; Book of 5-6230 ; 20- 

575b; 6-451a. 
Armagnac (family) 2-5G2d ; 10- 



654 (F3). 

-Co.. Ark. hoc- 

- DiTido, mts., Colo. 6-722 

(Fa). 
irkansas Gazette 16-79:la 



a. 26-243 (Dl) 
™.°io-778(F6); 



ella 5-121.1; 



603c; 1-6091). 



; l-612c. 



-972d. 



Arithrnone (rnath.) i 

"3-523C. 
tium, Sp. 14-635d. 
Ariton. Ala. 1-460 (D4). 
ARIUS (4th cent. a. a. 

c, 2d; 20-273b; tei 



is8-561d;earth. 



:./l1%.: 



:yl0-218d;2-554b. 



(G13); 3-S15d. 
Arkdale, Win. 28-7 
Arkeaons. : see Sbj 
Arkel (lordship) 11 
Arkendale, vai., 

W31d. 
Arkhalik (Pers. c 

Arkhangel, Rnss. ; see Aroh- 

Arkhangel, eatliedral. Buss 
•••oseow) lS-892a. 

i;o, Erit. 17-86-ld. 
i-linik, rlv.. Can. 12-122d. 
na, Gr. (Attica) l-345d. 
it. (I.aconia) ia-52h. 
ada. Ark. 2-552 



eudaemon 
tion thcor: 
U- i > 



ntluenced ll-lSUd ; friond- 
thip 9-823a; Ca.-.setid' " 
i03a ; geography 11-6 



879a ; 






i 14- 



parison n-ith Plato 12-524d ; 
Idealism l4-2S2a ; imitatioi 
thoory 14-332d J iinmor 
talitv 14-336dj inductioT 
16-899a, 14-501dJ Ionlai 
school 14-731d; Jewist 
scholars 2-2 8 2d ; juris 
prudence 15-SK()e ; Kind 
lB-802d; knowledge (theory 

(seal.) ll-610b;_ light 5 



metaphysics 18- 2 2 5a, 

18-7300 ; morpholOffj- 18- 
86::b; nature tl)eory2-52"- - 

299c ; °Ox?ord Htatutefmi 
eval) fayouring 4-R8 

effect) 19-121o ; overtl 
theory of Eristratus 27-9i 
Faduan school 2-281d; 



(H-I15). 

Arij-a4-7+3e. 

Ari^aro, Sal de, marsh, Ch 
2-402 (CD. 

Arize, riv., Fr. 2-49Ia. 

Ai-izola, AfiK. 2-544 (C3). 

ARIZONA, U.S. 2- 5 4 4b ; 
544 (map) ; aorernme 
and law 2-547b, 10-157 
16-21111, 20-979C, 23-395. 
fauna 27-633d ; history 



27- 6 4 3c, 
japers 19- 5_ 



. .. , . ial) If 
a,Scot.:battle(1455) 



. Yorks. 9-412 



25-927d; 12-S4d. ■ 
7-, riy., Scot. 16-937b. 
Arkley, Herts. 16-942 (C2). 
ARKLOW, Ire. 2-55 Gb ; 1 

"'4(E4); 28-619b. 
cad, Ire. 14-744 (E4). 



— , North, lightship 14 - 744 

(F4). 
—.South, lightship 14-74 



— , Petite Anse d', bar, 
17-802 (AS). 

Ft: 10-778 (Fl); siege 



Arlington, Ariz. 2-544 
— , Cal.-5-8(E5). 
Colo. 6-722 (G3). 



, 111. 14-304 (C2). 

, Ind. 14-422 (F5). 

, Kan. 15-054 (D3). 

, Ky. 13-740 (A2). 
ARLINGTON, Mase. 

17-852 <B3). 

, lid, 17-828 (A3). 
— , Minn. 1B-550 (Cfi). 
—, Mo. 18-608 (El). 
—,Neb.l9-324(H3). 
— , N.J. 19-502 (A2), 
— ,0. 20-2" 



562d; 10-776 (C-D5) ; 10- 

803 (Piap). 
irmagnac (brand v) ll-904d. 
4r[uagna,c3 (party) 2- 5 63b ; 3- 



malec (Armalecoo), C. A 
man (dynasty) ! see A™ 



mand Earl 
and no Bca 



' (balloon) 



I. 20-242 (E2). 



— , Wyo. 28-874 (F-G4). 

— Heights, 111. 14-304 (Dl). 

— Heights, Mass. 17-852 (A3) ; 
2-5590. 

Arloa, Colo. 6-722 (El). 



of Ferigoril. 
Armand Dayid, lake, Tib, 

168 (D3). 
Annandy, Captain 4-lfllb. 

Armaiisperg, J. L. von 2 



a. 26-620 (Gl). 



(I. C3); 

ARMAT6lES2-S6 , 3o J : 4-5 8 3d. 
itoliks 2-563c. 
i-tsikhe, castle, Tlflis IB- 
ARM ATU HE 2-563d ; dynamo 
8-765a, S-766c, B-781a ; 
sculpture 24- 48 8a. 



Ark of the Covenant, ch 
■ rod. (Clapton) l-366a. 
Arkold Bank, sandbank, Jap. 



Arlotti, Jacopo 2: 



nn. 27-878c. ' 
25-530 (C4) ; 

(7.Af. 19-093 (C7); 



Irlt, Ferdi ..... 

l.rltungaGoIdfleld,dist 

2-900 (E4). 
irlus, Angcliquo Ma 

ilontrond, Angehqui 



Alps 1-740 

,S.Aus. 



a.Mor. 18-851 (B4); 26- 



Marie 

f., Fr. 10-778 (H5); 
; 24-2 48d. 



Armed Neutrality, Lea 
932a ; 23-9023 ; 8-31 
land 13-603c; Swc 



ArmeHeinrfch, Der (Har 



-, Colo. 6-721} (112). 



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nington, III. 14-304 (C3). 



ARIS-ARNO 



14-276 

Btu2-577a;26-781Ii; 
im 8-430d; Canons 
■t. 8-437;., 2-57Ja; 
dus9-701b. 



nap); 



2-387. 



20- 82 a. 



27^250c, 2i-177d; 
tion 27-i20o. 
■, History 23-618 (G3) ; Anti- 
ochus IV. 24-G05o : Aidasl.ir 
I. 2-4*8c, 21-21!tc; A.mcn. 
Jan question 2-507a; Arsa- 
ci.I dynasty 21-2 18c, 26- 
909a; Bahrain V. 3-2l1c; 
Cams 23-6old; Goorgmn 
rule li-759c; Hadrian 12- 
801a ; Hellenism 13-243c : 
independence 26-969a;Kh^ 
ear wars 15-775a ; ma» 



ogham, India, 14-383(113); 
_ 615c; 14.406c. 
ARM O IRE 2- 



ori, India 14-382 (H9). 

Armorial general de France 1 
841d; 13-K42a. 
: ARMORICA, country. Gaul 



i 11. 2-700d; 



r. History of (Moses of , 



flfiSd, 21-2l8h. 

— mouflou 18-93i 

— type 27-510c. 



ARMENT1ERES, Fr. 2-5751 



s. Phi 
58 blanc 



?eThi 



(hot.); 

2-5 82b. 



ARMET 
217d. 
AHMFELT,GUSTAVM.,coui 

2-575a; IO-201d. 
ARMIDALE, N.S.W. 2-5751 

lB-53S(F-G2);2-016e. 
" Arrnide^' (opera : Ghick) li 

1. 17-S28 (lift). 



; 13-HBld, 
20-81 4 „. 
E-312b ; »- 



, PHILIP DANFORTH 2- 



S.Dak. 25-506 (Ol). 



ARMSTRONG, SAMUEL 
Chapman 2-5 91c. 
-, T. A. i-688d. 
- Sir Thomas 15-309« ; 24- 

ARM- 






l3-27e; 



tor 14-9S: 

tion of projoctilos 1-8 87 a. 
-.William K. 2-591d. 
■, W. W. 7-444d ; 7-44flb. 
rmstrong, Ala. 1-460 (D3). 
-, Can. 4-600 (E3). 
-, la. 14-732 (CI). 
-.111.14-304 (E3). 
-, Ind. 14-422 (liS). 
-, Mo. 18-R0S (D2). 



rarth & Co. 2-580a 



torpedo 27-561). 



raldry) 2-5.ied ; 2- 



329c; officers 13-328d; pu 
niwteoat.s 13-31 3a ;ivomei 
coats 13-313o ; see also H< 
aldry. 

— , College of : see Heralds' 
College. 

ARMS AND ARMOUR 2-582. 



16-K52a, 15-S54d 
769b;Japancsel 
2061. ; Khevsur 



530 <DB). 



mbulance 1-S01c ; 



leliuc llarie Angelique 

; 10-ailli. 

i 2-626b; 6-659d ; 

ARNAULT,__ANTOINE vin- 

ien2-627e, 
tito king) 13- 

set Albanians, 

27-309d; 22. 
-490b. 



2-497C 



27- 



<F3). 
l '(K9)°. n ' 
514b,' 



Cyprus 7-6 9 (i 
:'battle(1829) 
urk.As. 27-126 
Pac.O. 20-436 



l-307b 



■529d. 

o, Alii. 1-4 

isl„ Nor. 1! 

. isl., Pac.O. 
ARNO, riv„ J.: 

(C3) ; 13-21 

ARNOBIUS U 

•mi. 

ARNOBIUS (I 
632b. 



031b ; cap: 
5-2801>; 
22-5 16c. 
- (Annual) A 



— CorpH 2-606c ; 2-602d. 

— Council, British 3-254b. 

— - Discipline and Regulation 
Act(16!9) 18-445d; billeting 
3-934b; duelling 8- 64 2a, 

— Nursing Roserve 19-91Gc. 

— of tho faitJi : see Sanfedisti. 

— of toe Indus l-3I6c. 

— of the league 26-852c. 

Army of the. 

— of tho North, China: see. 
North, Ami 7 of the. 

— of the West.1 see West, 
Army of the. 

— plot (1041) 5-90Sb( 12- 



* (title): 



Armijo 
s?e Vega < 



is de la 



mijo. 






i, Robert 10-61Sb. 



tonic 2S-082d[ Viking 24- 

290b. 28-G6b. 
Armshcim,Ger.ll-808(II.m9), 
Armstead, Elizabeth B. 1 set 

Arniistead, 
ARMSTEAD, HENRY HUGH 

2-500e; 24-502c; 24-504 

(Plate HI.); 14-323b. 
ArmHt.r>n.rl_ SKmt. 14-276 (C3). 
ARCHIBALD 

nist) 12-141. 

. : see. Forhot 
-33d; 6-120 

:. H. 19-flOis 



le-Duc,Fr.lO-77S(Gi); 

1 0b. 

!e,Yotka. 9-116 (II. CX); 

leh, Scot. 24-41S <F2). 



-, JOllANN 2-B28b. 

-,K. 4-071C 

ine, Cecilia 2-628d. 



mebcrg, Kor. 19-804 (E2). 
.rnehla coniuta 13-766b. 
jn^hnre, pror.. Get. 11-80 

(C2). 
.mefjoid. Nor. 19-S04 (B2). 
.meso, riT., Sp. 16-95c. 
jnel, pL, Az. 3-83 (IV.) 
.rne-MapsuaeanM.S. S. 7-971i. 

14-233d; 16-S7Bb i 8-922d. 
jnemuiden, Holl. 28-965b ; 

18-409b. 
jnenhorn, mt., Alps 26-212 



nsis, triho 16-2 J lb. 
s, Can. 17-534 (C2). 
sby,LeioB. 9-420 (III. 



ARNETH, ALFRED, Elttei 
von 2-629a. 

— Joseph C. von 2-629a, 
Arnett, Okla. 20-58 (Bl). 
Aruette, riv., Jr. 17-9 39c, 
Ames, Switz, 26-242 (A3). 
Arney, Ind. 14-422 (J16). 
— , riv,, Ire, 14-744 <D2). 
Amgrim (abbot) 14-2a8d. 
Arnlieim, Holl. : see Arnhem.. 
— , bay, S.Aus. 2S-493a. 

" Ariihe'iu^' (ship) 2- Bo So.' 
An.lieim Land, dist., S.Aus. 2 

060 (E2) J 2-QoSc: 8-061(1, 
ARNHEM, Holl, 2-629b ! 13 

SS8 (C2)J 6-740d. 
Arid (author) 14-239b. 

— (bishop) 14-232dJ 14-23Sd. 



-, ETIENNE 2-62S0 



_ ; lS-418o . 
Arna-Masnaean Society: «t 

Arne-Maeoaean Society. 
Arnarfjordr, fjord. Ice. 14-228 

(A2). 
Arnarratn, lake, Ico. 14-228 

(B2). 
Arnas, pass, Alps 1-7 43 a. 
— , nit., Alps l-742d. 
Aran saga Blskujis 14-238S. 
Arnason, Jon 14-239A. 
Aruaud (name) : sec Arnold. 
Arnaud, d' (Arnaud Boy) 19- 



— , HENRI 2-825il; 28-2570. 
— , L. a-SSoa ; 2-2S3b. 
Arnaud do Villanora ; w 

ArnaldusdeVillanova. 
Arnaudia 16-1 24a. 
Aruaudville, La. 17-54 (o3). 



-.S. 7-6, 

■ . -■ 
t Falist 



tobacco. 

Lrnini, Achim v 
Ludwi- 



,630a ; 



1 10. 



,<& ot 



y (legate) 19. 
fescia) 2-632c! 



- (ot Gascon?) ll-495a. 

- (of Golderland) ll-556o : B. 
933b; 15-140a. 

- (of Liibeek) 13-249d. 

- (archbp. of Mainz) ll-15o. 

- (of Narboiinc) 14-594b. 
-(bp. of St Andrews) 23- 

1014d. 

- .. i ..... ... i 



; 23-253.. 

-, Kd«ai-dl4-012c. 

-, Edward Shlppen 2-G34a. 

-, SIR EDWIN 2-G34bj 

l-357b. 

-, Gcorgo 2-634b. 
-.GOTTFRIED 2-G34d; 12- 

Igj 14-1 89d. 
-, James Robertson 2-634b. 
-, Jane Martha : see Foretcr, 

Jane Martha. 

'292a; 28-364a, 

-, J. 0. (physicist) 25-1018d. 

-, Jonathan 24- 19c 

-.MATTHEW 2-635a; 

AeadSmle Francaise l-102a j 
Byron 4-901o J criticism 9- 
64lo ; drama 8-5310, 8» 
531b ; Homer 13-6370. 

-, Richard 28-820U. 

-, SAMUEL 2-638d. 

-.THOMAS 2-G38d; 6-456o; 
10-125a: 20-1141). 
— , Thomas (author) 28-320d. 
— . William Fitch 2-634b. 
— , William Trail 2-634b. 

— (crloketer) 7-413b, 

— (deaf and muto spociaUst) 

Arnold, Ala. 1-460 (Bl). 



—.111. 14-304 (B4j. " 



B (11. E3)i pop. 
(B3). 



lold Mills. H.I. 7 



2-186a. 



492d; 

—Gharry karlk.e. von 

2-630c. 
— , Hcinrieh A. F. von 2-S30c. 
— , LUDWIG ACHIM 

(Joachim) von 2-630d ; 11- 

793d. 
— , Mai 7 fnu von 4- 5b. 
— , Oscar von 1 - 
Arni-Magnussoi 

ARNIM 

— KrochlendorH, Sybilla voi 
see Bismarck, Sybilla von. 
Arnim paragrapli« 2-6 3 Od. 
Ami muslin 19-93e. 






■vvg, W.Va. 28-118 
Pari! la. 14-732 (Bl). 



v., Pal. 20-002 (DC) ; 7- 

v.'. Swim. 26-242 (B3). 

ne, It, 15-4 (Bo). 

r Jarlaftkald ThordarsOD 

■231c. 

St mte.. Arm, 2-565 

2). 

t, Andrew 22-291d. 

'avid 12-007b; 27-195d. 

. S. 3-426b. 

tt. George Arnott Walkto 



re Anno 



:■ i 



Arnould, J. F. 2-630d. 
— , Hir Joseph 2O-903a, 
— , Victor 3-680d. 
ARNOULD-PLESSY, JEANHI 

Sylvanie 2-639d. 
Arnoui (potters) S-7G8o. 
— ,LeonB.758o. 



ARNO-ARUG 



ARNSBERG,G.er.2-640a; 11- 

803 (B3). 
Arnside, Westm. 9-412 (I. C4) i 



f, Gcr. 11-8 



l).il. 



Arnt.on Fell, mt., Scut. 

7890. 
Arnulf T. (of Bavaria) 3-515d ; 

28-1631). 
— II. (of Bavaria) 3-546a j 28' 

ARNULF (emperor) 2- 64 Ob 



Locri 






t Fla 



. 13-6.. 

;eredl7-i 

10-478 



_ in ■ i i i 
— (bp.* of i 



irnulph (de Mont 



ivimii, Syr. 26-305 ( 
irnuphis (Egyptiai 

17-(l!t4d. 



To make full use of this Index it Is essential to read the 
instructions given on Page 1. 

(Arroe, Aeroe), Isl„ Den. : 



ro teres, tribe 24-52flb. 
rouoa. Port. 25-3SS0 IAS). 
.roue, riv., IJ.Gui. 12-675 (D3). 

J 90:id ; 26- 



rossa 3-3 82b ! 18- 

) 9-7 3 Ga. 
re) 28-481 
.2 («3). 



!a Hale. 

ARRAS, Fr. 

(Fl) i T.< 

3iO-972d;p4 

ISIS 



ssu d' I flee Adam de 



(1114)2-6; 

■S6:tb,4-8: 
(US2)*-S! . 
(I414)2-S03a; 



;.10) 26- S. 
•4 Sib, 2 



r W.F.M. 19-5250, 
, riv.. Pal. 20-602 (D2). 
S'ig.l9-078(A4): 16-Ila. 
v., It, 15-26 (B6) i 16- 

v.! Venez. 27-9SSc; 27- 

>(C2). 

tribe, Nig. 19-079b ; 19- 

I Vcnea. 27-DS9 (Bl) i 27' 

v.', Venez. 27-089 (Bl> ; 

ilia °' mt , Or, 12-440 
■2-»> I 6-4Slb: see t ' 

nius.riv., Gr, 6- 4 Sic. 
, Gr. 20-U300. 
;1., Mai. Arch. : Etc A™, 
r, Pal. (E. of Dead Sen 

■at (W. o£ Dead Sea) : 

■bo, Nie. 16-878 CB4). 



i-227a. 
iV'tEi) i 



rpaO (Magyar) 13-OOlc ; 10- 
rpad, 3jr. 26-9680 ;26-3fl'8d; 

Afpa'd" '( A i is Lrian battleship ; 
24-904d. 
Arpuia, It. S-556c 
• ---Jon, >T. 10-778 (FS). 
iiriMikkain, India 5-784a. 
ARPEGGIO 2-6110, 

ara 2B Cj-%t.l24(p2). [>] 



steering 24-956a, 
r-Itoha, Mcsop. : s 
rromanches, &. 1( 



Arrats, Yiv., Fr. 10-778 <E6) 

11-yOle, 
Arr-awaks, tribe ; see Arowu.lt. 
ARRAY(law) 2-646b ; 15-591a 
Arrayan (shrub) 18-321d. 
Arrears Act, Ire., (188a) 14- 

78:id. 
Arreau, Kr. 10-778 (E6) ; 13- 

Arrcbo, Anders K. 8-40b. 

Arrecil'c, Can. Is. 16-1880. 
— Point, Cai^-Is. 5-1 



icifos. 



ac.O. : see 

!or pili muscle 25-188d. 
mda (Keneral] 2-471c. 
mts., Fr. 10-778 (C3) J 
.7b:7-249b. 
INOTOKOUS (diet.) 2- 



H. 1. d" 19-387a;19- 



1 : parha 
JO-335d j 



5S 



Abr. 1 



Arolo, It. 26-242 (F 
AROLSEN, Oer. 2- 

808 (B:i), 



641b; 11- 
Ylaohs. 



; 15-26 (E4) 
0<D1). _ 



A^pOTt'lakel Tib. 6-168 <C3). 
ARQUA PETRARCA, It. 2- 

641d: 15-1 (C2). 
Aro.no, Bol. 4-167 (BS). 
ARQUEBUS 2-641d; 2-590 

14-5 2 Id. 
Arcruebusier 2-642a. 
a »-. .obus ot calibre B-54b. 
es, castle, Ft. (Seine-! 
iourc) 19-7500. 
— nv„ Kr. 8-210b;24-588c. 
ARQUES-LA-BATAILLE, IT. 

2-S42a;21-379c. 

rra, mts., iro. 14-T44 (C4) ; 



unatician) 27- 
j ; 25-6940. 



r 2-6460 ; 

13-8530^ 



28-328a; witness priyiley 
2B-761h. 
ARRESTMENT 2-647d; 1 



AiTetine ware S-724a ; S-73'i 

(PL III. lig. 62). 
ARRETIUM (Arezzo), It, 2- 

6470; 15-26 (C-I13). 
Arrer, N.Mex. 19-320 (C5). 
i (law) 8-798e. 
ibaens (king of Lyncef 



:;Mont. 14-276_(D-E2). 



n 9-44b, 9- 

15-206C ; 

a, 2-766b, 



ARSENAL 'i-650d ; S-2SUa.' 



4 (Prosper 1 
srii 8-6S4(L 



ragon. 



old, V 



J8-87ic! 



ARRAH, I 



— serk-s : see Aromalio 

pounds. 
Arorw, tribo, Atg.l5-631b. 
Arou, n. 18-'2!l2c. 
Aron. riv., Fr. 16-923& 
ARONA, It. 2-641b ; 15-KB2). 
— , Pa. 21-106 (F7). 
Arondack, spring, NA*. 24- 



i2-612o:14-37C 

ARRAI'g'NMENT 2-642o, 
Anrairnis, clerk of 2-64'2d. 
Arrajan, Pera. 3-l)55d. 
ARRAN, earls i>i 2-6420. 
— . Thomas Boyd, carl of 4- 

353d;15-110b:24-440d. 

■, James Hamilton, 1st earl of 

2-642d; 12- 






ARRIAN < 
2-048c; 
3-3051) ; 



! 22-4880. 
ate Errephc_ 
see i'hfiip III. 



row HcaO, hills, 
506 (C2|. 
row-licad (bot.) 1 



l(1790-1873)2-650o. 
niUi, 111. 14-304 (D3). 

N.S.W. 19-538 (A2). 



crow wood, lake, N.Dak, 
780 (E-F2). 
ARROYO (diet.) 2-6 5 Ob. 
■ yo, Colo. 6-722 (LiK). 



lolinos, Sp. 21-91b. 

ieoT3p. P 25-530 (B3); 

■,CaL5-8[Cl). 
N.Mes. 19-520 (El). 
.Mcs. 19-520 (El). 
.Mai. Arch.: me Am. 



ti0es2-602c; 7-591a. 
ly bromide 2-B32b, 
sychlorlde 2-652U, 
liospMOc 2-6538. 
oisoniiiR 2-6530; anti- 



OrDiment anO Jlealgar. 
rsenidos 2-fi52b. 
rsenillo 2-822o. 
rsenimide 2-652o. 
rsonios (bishop) 12-52 5a. 
rRentous acid 2-ii51c; 2-655 

phosphorescence 21-473 

uaes In dentistry 8-52b. 
rsenitts (cliem.) 2-051C; 

652a; 2-6520. 
-<sect)2-654d. 
rscniuretted hydrogen 

65Bb. 
ARSENIUS (anchorite) 



ARSES (1'er 
3-87 3a j i 
186 a. 



authority 12- 4 5 9b, 
i,'CoIo. 6-722 (G2). 



of 2- 6 13b 



,n, 2nd e 

"riamiltui., 3rd c 



Arran Fawddwy, bill, 1 
Arrangement, deeds 
ARRANT (diet.) 2- 6 45 a 



rrite, pt., . 
.rrifes. Azc 
.rriRliideC 

7-205b. 



■61811 ; 3-305 d. 
:orcs 3-83 (II.). 

'roccio 14-9030. 

— Testa : see Testa,, Arrigo. 
Arrindi moth : see Eria moth. 
Arrinedalc, Va. 28-118 (E4), 
AiTington, Va. 28-118 <D3). 
Arriola, Don Andres d'21-HSb. 
Arrlpis 2-948b. 

ARRIS (arch.) 2-640a. 
Airius, Quintus 12-780b : 25- 
614o. 

— Apcr: see Aper, Arnns. 
Arroba (weight) 6-153b ; 20- 

Arlochar, N^W-SBO (H4). 
—.Scot. 24-418 (B2); S- 

660c. 
— . dist., N.Y. 25-802a, 



, bay, Ans. 14-886d. 
trail), riv., Aus.-I: 
-Id; 14-215c. 
her (Roman patrician) 19- 
...7c. 
ARSACES (Persian name, 

650b. 
— I. 2-050b; 20-870c; 21-2 
II. 20-8Tla. 



ian rule 21-222d, 24-80-ld 
Hellenism 2-4180, 13-242a 
Media nndcrlB-22a; Mithrt 
dales 1. 18-6200. 
Lisago, lt,2-393b. 



■a (Ovid) 20- 
i (Median prini 



cro, It. 15-4 (C2). 

kere, India 14-4 31c, 

ne, pass, lJauphine Alps 1- 



- olllorides 2-653b ; see also 
Methyl arsine chloride and 
Caoodyl chloride. 

L.rsines 2-053&. 

LrshiHa, Arm, : see Erzingan. 



iaM.': e, 



s) 1-5230. 



- Kgy. (urocoanopolis) 9-i mi 
10-2190; papyri discoveries 
20-5570. 

- Kgy. (Sinai) 9-40 (Bl) ; 17- 

le, dist., Egy, 2- 



Al'sanas (Arsamas), r 
M.: see llnrad Bu. 
ARS-AN-DER-MOSEL,Gt 



(Harshate) 9-44d; 



riv., Asia 
:L,Ger.2- 



655b. 



ArsltesJMe; 



To make ttitt-vee ot this Index it Is essential to read the 
instructions given on Page 1. 



Arslan Tepe (Melltene), AsIaM. 

13-538 (D2); 17-46 id. 
Ars Lacmencxv, Ger. 18-310 

Arron, A. 14-67d. 
ARSON 2-Gofld; 19- 



■ ■■ ' . 



god by a 



irtld 10' 



Arstav ikon, S wed. 25-935 (A2). 

ARSUF, Pal. 2-656(1 ; 20-602 

■ i ■ : i ■ ■ 



ART 2-0571) ; : 



6-190 1)1 . 
Sib. 
0-436 (L9). 



611c, 23-860b ; 



(i : see also Find 
as, &c. 
1. 1-460 (C2), 
Sariia, Zarta), I 
12-121 <B1); 



124(B-C2); 12-427U.: > 



— III. (of Parthia) 2-061a ; 20- 

— IV. (of Parthia) 2-601& ; 20- 

— (Parthian prince) 12-270b. 

— (satrap of Bactria) 2-000d. 

— (vizier) 2-660c ; 21-211c. 
Artabazanes (ot Leaser Media) 

18-21d; 24-6040; 21-214c. 

455d'; 20-88a. 

— (satrap of Phrygia) 2-362d 



Arta«nau, d* (Dumas); se. 

Artainc, Ire. 14-744 (E5). 
Artajona, Sp. 25-530 (El). 
Artakhsiha.Ma : see Artaxenes 
Artaki, AsiaM. 7-720H. 
Artal, riv., Sp. 19-689a. 
Artald (archbishop) 10-BlSb 



9-746a. 



■ale), 



, Eri 



i Ic Grand Cyrus 

Kr,j21-4S7o. 
. .', ■■■■■ 



28-as4b; character 21 -2 tie; 
chronological tables 3-870b, 



ARTAXERXES II. (Mnemon) 
2-662a ; 2-650b ; charac- 
ter 21-211e; chronological 
tables 3-S71a, 21-211a; 
Cyrus's claim to throne 7- 
708b; Fei'sepolls tomb 21- 
186a. 

-III. (Ochus) 2-66211; 21- 
186a; 15.543b; chronologi- 
cal tables 3-87 la, 21-21 la, 9- 
88b ; Jews 15-385d ! Persia 
21-2110; war with Macedou 
21-2120. 

-(AriLishirl.); se.e. Ardashir I. 

-(liessus): see Bessus. 

-(of Persis)21-254a. 

- (Septuagint) ; see Ahasue- 

.rtaxes (name) 2- 4 48b. _ 



vas (fabric) 5-5 
(Ratiaria), 



Arfefac (implemontl 21 -£ 
ARTEGA, tribe Z-663b. 
Artegall (.Faerie- Queen?) 12- 

501d. 
Arteijo, Sp. 25-530 (AD. 
ARTEL 2-663b; 23-887d. 



G56d; 7-554d; 7- 



Arte mi don us (Aristophatii 
8-lD0d; 12-12io ; epigr 
of28-760d. 

ARTEMIDORUS (Daldiar 



unple 9 



7-0721 



Eplie: 



,ml foil 



9-6870 ; 



head 12-4 



354 3- 
m P le 



805d; battle (480 B 



ARTENA, It. 2-066a ; 15-4 
<D4). 
rtenay, Fr. 10-778 (E3) ; 



nroh2-668b; coronary 27- 
9:12b ; dorsal Z-6C7c ; eve- 
ball 10-93u : facial 1-841)0 : 
pathol ogioal changes 18- 6 1 (1, 
26-800b; Raynaud's disease 
22-93(Sc;spIanehnic27-012d: 
tension in 27-930d; tying 18- 

.rtcrioic 2-G66b ; 27-930o. 
.rterio-sclcrosis 27-94Sd ; 2- 
100b ; advanced 3-2K5a 

250a. 
ARTERN, Got. 2-66flb ; 11- 



ARTESIAN WELLS 2-0G0b 



— , PHILIP VAN 2-069d. 
ARTGALLERIES2-670ai t 



..Wales 9-428 (V.C3J. 



Arlington, Yorfcs. 28-933 

— , W.Afr. 11-204 (C5). 
Arthoniacoao 16-585a. 
ARTHRITIS 2-673b ; 7-102. 



ingjoinl 
■throdira 26-5430 ; 8-12! 

>; 2B-0C7b; 



)17c. 



ART AND PART 2-6(jlb. 
ArtaneB (king of Sopheno) 26- 



448c; 17-6750 



r) 2-661b ; 12- 



-menia. 105 b.c.) 18- 
21-SlSb; 26-3K0a. 

,ian kin?) 21 -21 8b. 

n prince) 26-i)6Sc. 
(toii Doyso) 10-4fl5e 

s (Faithiau king) 2- 

, Arm. 23-048 (C.S) ; 
; rapture 7-137a; 
datcs deleated 18- 



manaH, of Persia) 2 



Epidan 
fiolent 

Iphigenia lcgen< 
,4-738a ; Loutp 
10<i n ■ LycoElir, 

13-24li:T Masallai 
eoiomsig 17-767d ; metoori 
image 18-2(i2b ; mystic en!. 
19-llija; Orion legend 20- 
276r ; Orvieto vase 7-B:s:5c ; 
I'ciraeus 2-836d ; Perga 20- 
143d; Tliargelian f estiva: 
26-726c, 12-4831) ; Trojar 
war l-363d; Xante torapk 
B8-956e. 
— (Agrotera)3-a64b^l-427b. 

837 d; 14- 

319b. 
" Artemis " (Versailles statue) ; 

see Diana ot Versailles. 
ARTEMISIA (of {.'aria) 2-665d; 



Arthrolycosa 2-i 
2-307 a. 

Artbrouitys 20-5260. 

ARTHHOPODA 2- 6 7. to ; 2! 
1033c; crural glands 2-282L, 
development fl-317b, 13- 
424o ; fertilisation 9-3 15 d ; 






mbrlan 22- 



2- 6 64b. 
ne)2-665b; 17- 



12-81 



It 12-4 



26-438 b. 
-, pass, N.Z. 19-6 
-, port, Tas. 2r " 



■ <C5). 



., Taa. 26-438 (Al); ! 

*Sity, Tex. 26-690 (MS). 

Gordon, nits., K.G. 19-48' 
Arthur Guinness & Son : 

Guinness, Arthur, & don. 
ARTHURIAN LEGEND, 



ARNO-ARUG 

illery Ground, Lend, ff- 
_3(ic; 10-393b. 
• — principle (wheel making) 3- 

-, Royal : see Hoyal Artillery. 

rtinik' ffroup '21-177a i 11- 



-a ; Angl 



fa; (Middle) 

Knsdisli 3 

i 11-1120 



Monmoutli 
■ol2-869c; Iris 



Round 
Scottish 
25-5 80c ; 



(1 22-40 Ob ; 

a, 33-SOIa; 

23-772(1 I 

!r' Map 17 ■ 



-Club 6- 
- Oon, S 



sot. (Stirlings.) 25- 



8-939d; 19-3"3Baj 



Ire. 14-741 (E4). 



Arthurstoi 

— planirostris 27-877a. 
Artibonite, riv., Hai. 12-82'! 

(Al); 12-825a. 
ARTICHOKE 3-6S4c;10-554d: 

3- 7 06b. 
Artichoke Buttes, hills, S.Dat 



Artichoke-gall ll-423a. 
ARTICLE (die t.) 2-084d; 

Articles (law) 21 -83 3d.* 



- (festival) : see Kphcsia. 
-(bot.)6-8)2c; 16-676a; i 

810c. 
-absinthium: see Wor 
wood. 

- campestris ; ece Field wor 



-, mt.. Gr. 12-424 (D3) ; 12- 

426d. 
utemislum, Gr. 12-440 (E3). 
-, cape, Gr. 12-440 (El) ; 9- 



37-10; 

24-7470, 

i'ata dSl v™i 

525b. 
Id. 
Appendict 



thurian legend. 
ARTHUR I. (of Brittany) 
082o; 8-4860 ; Hubert 
Burgh 4-S15a ; success 
22 -3 40a. 

— III. (of Brittany) 2-032d ; 
10-823o; 22-250b. 

:h 

d 

9-526b . 
; 28-821(1. 

C.A.2-683D; 27- 

722a (foil.). 
Arthur, Sir G. 26-442 b. 
—..Marl; 14-481d. 
— . Robert (dentist) 8-5td. 
Aitliur, Ala. 1-400 (Bl). 
— , 111. 14-304 (D4). 
— , N. Dak. 19-780 (G2). 
— , Ne,. 5-8 (Fl). 
—, N.S.W. 19-538 (E3). 
— , Okla. 20-58 (D3). 
. — , Tcnn. 26.620 (III). 

— bills, S.Aus. 2-960 (E4), 

■ — , lake. La. 17-54 (B3). 
— , mt.,Arct.21-950c. 

■ —, rot., N.2. 19-624 (D4). 
- 1 - ")t. 24-418 (E2); 2- 

dos IB- 05 2c. 



2-3 60c. 
uid Martial 



" Articles " of Bohemian Pco- 

ArtiolcB of Confederation (U.S. I 

Articles o'/'lhe Barons 17-317b. 
Articles of War 10-4450. 
Articular bono 14-261c (%.). 
— cactilage 6-960U 
ARTICULATA2-6S5a ;2-673c; 
Curler 29-1028O ; Lamarck 
see also Appendi- 



ARTIODACTYLA 2-6960 ; 27- 
"'la; 17-526a; anocsl.rvl7- 
3a, 21-364o; distribution 



,n8'DwtlUngsBill27-01a. 

.us'. Labourers' anil 

leral Dwellings Company 

U70, 

a : sec Stemborgia. 

es Espagnols, Assoeia- 

i dca 2-70"3b. 



l-106d ; ; 



-228a. 

, London 



Mi Mas 
\rtn( 



Artnouveaul3-813b;ll-:i05a. 
Artooarpus 18-81 4 d. 

— ineisa : see Bread-fruit. 

— intogrifolia : see Jack-tree. 
Art of StentKjmphie (WilUs) 24- 

Artois, Charles of, count 01 T.u ; 

— , Charles Philippo, countof I 

see Charles X. 
ARTOIS, prov.. Ft. 2-698d; 10- 

778 Q5-F1)- "" """ 



gundian ai 
English ra. 



wT>-4-S22b:Bur- 
fjuiaitlon 4-82 2b ; 
Prance 16-4790 ( 
d 9-504a ; estates 
-918a ; Robert of 

Artois- claim 21-38iib. 

-, hills, Pr. 10-776 (D1-E2). 

rton, M. 2-143o; 10-Si 
rl:-nniil.i/i7u>. /Sthitnt) 8-0 



_...„ 8-BI61 

Artsa-bogdo, r ' 

Artal-bogdo. 
ART SALES 2-600a ; Dernidofl 



i 26-6 



OstJido2(l 
etchings ; 
... 






16-lOlc ; 
- (braelliopods) : 



ARTICULATION (1 
— (lang.) 21-466b. 



Ttoek-Maker (Der- 

Dspiratinn 8-593d- 
Marshall Hall'E 

■ 20-136a; Sehiifcr'f 



T, lake, Can.5-100 (113); 



12-42'2'd. 
— , mt., Ariz. 2-544 (B2). 
ARTILLERY 2-685b ; 2-688 

(Plates); 2-60(M ; 2-605d ; 



artillery 
(Plate) ; 



ARTS AND CRAFTS 2-700c; 
10-37"b ; Germany 20-511d ; 
Pugia2-432b ; tradebos-oott 
18-829a; see also Metal-work, 
Plate, Enamel, &o. 
-and Crafts Exhibition So 
cicty2-700c; 7-367b;2-704c. 

tativc Chambers ol : see Con- 

and Manufactures. 
Jt Schools : see, Art Teaching. 
,rtsClubi5-713a. 
lits, Commerce and Mahufac- 

tures. Socictv for the En- 



10(Fl);l-758b;18-7Ilb. 

ART SOCIETIES 2-701o. 

Arts, Society of 2-702h ; 24- 
982a ;bookbinuing 16.346b -, 
examination 10-44a ; eshibt- 
tions 10-67b: Fine Arts 
Copyright Act 7-12 60; short- 



Cauc. 23-874 (IL 



ARU, isls.. Malay AtcIi. : 
— . lake) Tib. 6-168 (C3) ; 2 



; 7-63fia: 8-7 



A (D41 



phosphates 21-476V 

Sueas, Can.Is. 5-172 (map), 
u-oho, lake, Tib. : see Am 
(lake). 
Arudy, Fr. 10-778 (D6). 
Aruganzaa, mt. f Formosa 10* 



ARUI-ASIA 



Arumah, Pal. : see Orrua, EL 
Arurnani: se e Vlacha. 
Anunlils-: sec Richardia. 
— maculatum : see Cuckoo- 

Aruu*. riv., India 14-376 (516). 
— , riv., Sua. 9-424 (IV. A5> ; 

4-581 (C6); 26-165c; 9-410b. 
Arunca, rlv.. Port. 25-530 

(A3 -2) ; 22-1 3 5 b. 
Arunda, 9p. : sec Acinlpo. 
ARUNDEL, EAHLDOM OF 2- 

705c; 26-16.1a, 
— , EAR15 OF 2-706b. 
— , William do Albini, carl of 2- 

705o ; 26-163b; 17-Sd. _ 

2-70flb ; 8-50 
-, Richard Filz 



706d; 20-3651) ;2-700c. 

earl of "2-703b ; 18-fl48c. 
— , Thomas Howard, carl of (d. 
164S)2-708b; 2-70Sa; 17-4c] 
gem collection 11-5691). 



13-4743 

Arundo (1 

7-417d 



Salter 14-317b. 
2-702C ;2-70fla. 
Sir Humphrey 7- 



ai2-37Ib; 3-3030 



Arundu, Afl, 

AruTiK(liiilthal7-30fl< 
Aruna'r 



. : Cala'm 
631a. 



diet., Aby. 1-83 (map). 
AN US MESSI US 2- 7 1 d. 
ialla, dist., Aby. 1-B5a 
b. 
Aruspicea {Unman religion) 

°""°" ™"' :e Bivolari. 

92fldi 1-4500 

— forest", C.Af. : eee Congo 

6-923 (D3) 



e Harueplca 



6-D20b. 



6-916c 



aiTd ; 



To make full use of this Index it is essential to read the 
instructions given on Page I, 

scalaphidao 19 -4 40a. 
_;ealon. Mo. 18-608 <F2). 
ASCALON, Pal. Z-7 16a (A-E 



Arverala, diet., Fp. : see At: 

Felix 11-1400. 

nt., Danpbin6 Alps 1 

114-382 (__ 
is23-443a. 



Arvidsiaiir, 
(D-F.2). 

AmUa" N.D 



■I (Hearn) IS- 
•t. also Aryan, 



ARYA SAM A J 2- 71 2d. 



7-420 (D3) 



ARYTENOID 2-7131 



Russ. 2-713b;23- 

872 (Ft); 19-721a. 
ixsaiiene, Turk. A a. lG-950a. 
L rzano. Fr. 10-778 <C4). 
iTzawa, dfst., Aaia M. 13-53P 

(CD; 13-535d; 13-534d. 
Lrzen, Kurdistan 15-950&. 
-, riv., Turk. 27-426 (A2) : 1. 



Ale. 1-043 (Al); 
ft, Alg. 1-643 (Al) [ 
lano. It. 27-D87c. 



3d; i-312d. 
... „_hl4-32a: " ■*■' " 

■Kha*i 

ASAF-UD DOWLAH 2-7) 



bj 23-S13d. 

iha5-303b. 

ilcis2-713d. 

llah Khan Nt 

:za> t see Ghalib. 

Lhan3-957d. 

jlMulk21-246( 

ETiriA 2-713d 

; 14- 404b : : 

ji 15-53 2b. 
— DOWW— - 
; 13-488d. 

li.'sAimfze-Tib. 
..Sum. 26-71 (A2); 

1 (bibl.) 7-85fia; 

1' Ala. 1-400 (B4). 



him a Sound, 

" jaish : see Jaish h 

i. park, Tokyo 26 

t'er, Tokyo 26-1048b 

■0d. 

i-nori 15-lfiOd. 



347a. 



Syr. 16- 



_dt., N.E.AI. 9-745d. 

l, Pers. 12-Bd. 

L,.Tap.l5-160d. 

., At. Rmn. 23-648 (B3). 



isamus, Blllg. :_ 
\san, Eot. 6-33' 

-s?.VSK ' 



a (Chamlial) 14- 
i '(Jumna) 7- 9330 ; 
t.,Bol. 4-167 (B3)j 



Asaph, St 26-261d ; 23- 

1016b. 
ASAPH (singer) 2-714b; 22- 

Asaph, Pa. 21-1 06 (H2). 
Aaaphidao 2-300(1 (fig.). 
Ana-phis 16- 12 4a. 
Asaphitea (blbl.) 22-53Ca. 
Asaphus 2-299(1; 20-237b; 27- 

283a. 
(Mfimviiil: see Aesir. 
id la 12 -7 48b. 



ilSSES 



6-242 (C4). 



?s 3-359 



Arvad, Syr. r see Aradus. 

.... I., n Ml-. 

ARVAL BROTHERS 2-7 

Amharvalia 1-7910 : flai 



ARVALS (c 
Arva Magu 



it., Fers.iseeElvend. 
dist,. Pots. 3- 8 1 a. 

'5-827a;" ll-587b.' 

ee Arrals, 

Gaul i see Clermont 

I. 

[ 2-711c; U-533i 



— (coir,)2-713c; 19-8 7 7b ; 19- 
8 S3 a. 

— (music) ; see Arghoul. 
AS (measure) 2-713K 

ASA 2-713d; 3-868b; 7-784b. 



l 17-403d; 17- 



Swod. 26-190 (133), 
22- 5a. 
lonao ; sec Snake-root, 



'our Intosi 
if. ll-20i 
18 (I. K.7). 



10 27-381 



g.); larva 27- 



19-891b ; Fatii 
97d : Hospitall 
(1247) 24-15b: 



ASGAN1US 2-7: 



Luciac OT^OOc " 27-391d. 

Bimplc! 

widia mentula 27-380a; 



ans 27-380a; 
27- 3 83a ; i 
189b, 27-384d; 
it 27-383d; 



develop- 
in dostvlc 
mnrpbosia 



ASCENSION, i 



Ascidiidae 27- S 



wtepiades (philosopher) 21- 

ASCLEPIADES (physician) 2- 
"»»■> ■ lg-43d; surgical 



ll-256b ; 11-258 



volcano 28-190d. 
£.' 18-318(11); 



— , Chapel of the, Lotirt 



2-716d; 10-222d. 



ASCETICISM 2-7 1 7b; < 



ASCLEPIODOTUS 2 -7 2 2d. 

Asoobolus' 11-3410 : 11-339*0. 

Ascocarp 11 -340c ; 16-532a. 

Asoooetas 5-0930 ; 25-110c 

Ascooeratidae 5-693c. 

Asuocyohisl-597b. 

Aacog, lake, Scot. 24-412 

(A-B3); 4-87 go. 
Ascoglena 10-467b. 
Ascojjonram 2-724a ; 11 -340c 



ASCOLI, GRAZIADO ISAIA 

2-722d. 
Asooh, It. 25-805d. 



-I PICENO'^ 



ASCOLI PICENO^ 



2-714b 



RNSEN, 



Christen 2-715 



ASBURY, FRANCIS 2-71: 
Ashurj-, N.J. 19-502 (B2). 
— , O. 20-26 (M7). 



E 19-123d; Spii 



ASCHAFFENBURG, 



ASCHAM, ROGER 2-720(! 



: »fie Khevenh 
, Ger. 11-808 i 



■336d,ll-33Sb. 



ASCONIUS PEDIANUS, Q. 2- 



ivnohomorpha 2-301d 



Aacospormophora 18 - 471d : 
18-4701). 

AFjcospore2-724a: 16-5820. 

ASCOT, Berks. 2-T'SSd 1 16-942 
(B3); geology3-783a;raeea 
13-731b ; royal kennels 13- 

Isoolaii, Cliil. 2-4H2 (Cll. 

-■, lake, Bol. 4-167 (Bi) ; 4- 

lacothoracida : see Lauridae. 

iseot ITiory 26-1 6 Oo. 

— Stakes 13-7.10a. 

l«cra, fir. 13-4070. 

\scrib, isls.. Soot. 24-412 (B2). 



Ascription : tee Adsciiptjcii. 
ABcrwium, Aua, : see Cattaro. 

AseuJuiu, Apulia: see'Asoo) 

— , Plcenum JseeABcoIiPiceno. 
Ascuria, lake, Gr. 12-440 (Dl). 
ASCUS 2-724a; n-33flb ; 11- 

338b. 
Aacutney, ml., Vt. 19-49 0{ Co); 
, 27-1025_o i £ra m te27-1026d. 



3-i^o*. m 



SLLL GASP 

2S-15fo ; l-931d. 
Asellio. P. Sempronius 2-G0d 

23 -6 59a. 
Ase1]otal7-459b. 
Aaellus, Tib. Claudius 24-4 06i 



— , dist.. Go. Cat. 13-203 (B4) 

12-204a. 
Aeon (dynasty) Bulg. 4-TS0b 

28-167d. 
Aaona (A-ahih-na) 27-470d. 
Asenath (blbl.) 2-17Sd. 
Aaonhoga, Swed. 26-190 (B.'i). 



Lrfcld. Fr. 10-778 (02). 
-, Font d', Briancou 4-315 ( 
Isfeti, mt„ Mor. 18-851 (F2 
Lall, Mor. : see Sam. 
Lsfjarden, bay, Sweii. 28-190 

L siiin,Egy. 8-10 (BE). 
kfiGILL, JOHN 2-724a. 



3-986c. 






1-1 35e. 
'ialUeh 



(F3). 



A iH 



Ridley) 16-942 

Keiit (next Sandwich) 9- 

ur. 16-942 (B4) ; l-534d. 
it., Ariz. 2-544 (D3). 
v., HerU. 9-424 (IV. C3). 
v., Minn. 18-550 (E2). 



11-2 









49a : 10.659a 
~ "76d. 
■8 Sid. 



6-980o 



- (of ™i) 



Aahaka, Nig, 19-678 (E2). 
—.lake, Bnt.E.Af. 4-601 (C2). 
ABnakh, mt., Arni.Z3.87i (C3). 
Aahangi, lake, Aby. l-92b. 
Ashangi group (geol.) 1-SSb : 

l-:S25b; l-324c. 
Ashango, race, Af. l-330a ; 

pygmv tribe l-330a. 
/ iHANTI,couTitry,Af.2.724d; 

12-203 (map) ; fcritiah pro- 

tectorato 2-727c ; ethnology 



ralry l-;i4f 
atom 12-9 



h foil. ; 1 

.... 



«.— »™; 3-357.1, 8-H.bo; 

wara (1824-1 900) 2-726C foil.; 

28-778b. 12-1370, 18-13d. 
j£hantl pepper : see African 

Cllbeba. 
Aeh&r27-431a. 
ASH , ARI2-729a; 17-4221). 
Aaharito, acct 17-423u. 
Ish'ath b. Qaia B-27h ; Z-266b. 
lahaway R.I. 23-249 (A3). 
fl-ilibce,O.K.2-701b. 
Ashboro, Ind. 14-422 (C6). 
— . N.C. 19-772 (C2). 
ASHBOURNE, Derby 2-7BBb ; 

9-416 (II. D3); geology 8- 



Ashbourne Act 14- 7 8 4b. 
Ashbourne portrait " 
Shakespeare) 24- 7 90c. 

Ashhurn, C.a. 11-752 (C4). 

— , Mo. 18-608 (I?2). 

— , Va. 28-118 (El). 

A ehburnham, barona and earla 
of Z-729d. 

— JOHN s'tM 1 *"' 2 " 739d - 



To make full use of this Index It is essential to read the 
instructions given on Page 1. 

burnham, Maes. 17-852 



-Douse. 

551a; 2- 
- library 

French M ._. 

ASHBURTON, ALEXANDER 

Lady 



27?14a' 
, Harriot 



Q 2-72Sh 



— . riv., N.2. 19-624 (CO). 
ASHBURTON, riv.. W.Aus. 2 

730c; 2-900 (A4); 2-9Glb 

geology 2B-539d. 
Ashburton Borough, manor 

Dev. 2-730d. 
— Foreign, manor, Dev. 2. 



-, TURNER 2-730,1. 
LShby. Ala. 1-400 (C3). 
-416 (II. F2). 



17-852 (Dl). 
18-550 014). 



— (Wouldo), d 

394b. 
Ashbyburg 4 J£y._15-740 (A3 



ASHBY - DE - 



-- ,„3>. 
_ . ZOUCH, 

9-118 (II. D4): 
Jia, 16-3 9 4a ; geo- 

"hito 7-25a. 
ktaili), lake. Rubs. 
2 (III). 

Glos. 12 -13 4 a. 
>d falcon : see Mon- 
te Greater Buteher- 
Asticombe, G. Cubitt, Baron 
Do v. 9-430 (VI. 



Aahdahak : see . 
Ashdale, glon, £k 
Ashdod, Pal. : » 



iorka. 7-32 lb. 
sands 28-437b J 
5-T37a. 
i 2-731d. 
i7-500d. 

I 2-731d; 19-778 
rgo 3-773d. 
China 17-553 (( 

X 19-772 (Al). 



ishlnr.' 

aeloh, China ; see i 



Aahenoo, 
(D4). 



ASHER BEN YEHIEL (Rosb.. 

2-731b; 13-171e. 
Aahersvjlle, Ind. 14-422 (C6). 
Aahecti. Calcraffc 21 -338c. 
ASHEVILLE,K.C.2-731o; 19- 



279d: — — - 

— ,Pa., 21-lOfl (L4). 
Aah Flat, Ark. 2-552 (Dl). 
' ' "ord, Ala, 1-460 (Di). 



9-59G (B3). 
28-351 (C-_ . 
, Leios. 13-1 



, Ire. 14-744 



Aaligrove, Ind. 14-422 (D3). 
t £■•■ . I I , .. 



Ashingdoii, J 

battle : sec A 

ASH1NGTON, 



ws 15-406o ; 
1-304 (D3). 



— , Del. 17-828 ( 



. a. 17-54 (Al). 
— , JIasa. 17-852 (K2). 
■, Me. 17-434 (D2). 
, Miss. 18-01)0 (CI). 
■, Mo. 18-008 (D3). 
-, Mont. 11-270 (F3). 
■, Neb. 19-324 (113). 



■58 (E-F3; 
0-242 (d 



243d. 

SHLAND, Pa. 2-732c; 21- 
100 (K4). 
-. It.I. £3-249 (Bl). 
'".AND, Va. 2-7320 j 28- 
! (E3). 
•in. 2-732_d; 28-740 (C2>. 



ASHLAR2-733a; 4- 



40 (B2). 
l!a; 17- 

17-5 8 4c. 



— , WILLIAM J. (economist) 

2-7 3 ga. 
Ashley, Chee. 16-139 (D3). 
—,111.14-304 (Co). 
— , Ind. 14-422 (GI). 
—, Mich. 18-372 (F6). 

—'. Mo. 18-608 (E2).' 

— , N. Dak. 19-780 (E3). 

— , Kortbnntp. 9-420 (III. Fl). 



Ashley, riv., S.C. 25-500 (D4) 

— , riv., Utah 27-814 (E2). 

— Co., Ark. 2-552 (D4). 

— Down, Ulna. 18-962a. 
'— Falls, Maaa. 17-852 (A3). 

301d." 

— Pond, lake, Maaa. 17-85^ 

— Deserve. Utah 27-SIlb. 



^SHM( 



ASHMOLE.EL1AS2-7: 



14-301 (1)4). 
mi cotton 7-25Td. 
i, Jehudl 16-ollb. 
i. Egy.9-22(i!2). 
5-47c; 5-48o; 9-93d. 



i, Derby S-70d. 

on, Derby 28-933 (C3); 

:d, cape, Den. 8-24 (Cg). 
r, Derby S-41H (II. E3); 



- group g 
Lshraf f Al 



9-103b J fl- 

lalil. 
Jliaban) 9- 



io.it al-din Kait Dei 



; 24-610d. 
a b. Add 9-fl 



Aehtar, Malik 



). 20-26 (II). 
.20-26(11). 
v., India 



3-404d foil. ; IS- 



(abbot) 21 -2 9 7c. 



i4 (C2) ; tempera- 



-324 (F3; 



ARUI-ASIA 



— , S.LIak. 25-5(16 (G3). 
— , W.Va. 28-500 (A3). 
ASHTON - IN - MAKEHFffiLD, 
Lanca 2-733d; 16-139 (C3). 
— Keynea, Wilts. 9-420 (iH. 

— , Loug, Som. : seeLongAah- 



(III. D2). 
ASHTON - UNDER - LYNE, 
lanes 2-7.'(3d ; 28-933 (A3); 
cotton manufacture 7-288b. 



, Mesa. 17-86! 



Aahurada, Pers. 2: 

21rl91a. 
Aahur Khana 14-3 



— , Fla. 10^540 (CI). 

— , 0. 20-26 (E5). 

— , Pa. 21-106 (E-F4). 



, Wis. 



28-740 (E4). 
AshuapTuuchuan, riv.. Can. 

22-724 (B2); 23-1003d. 
Ashwater, Dev. 9-430 (VI. D2). 
ASH WEDNESDAY 2-734b. 
ASH WELL, LENA 2-734P. 
AshweU, Hert.s 9-424 (IV. B2) ; 

geology 13-3fl8c. 



!i. 16-1 1 



vellthorp 



— Dale, val., Derby. 9-416 (II. 

D3); geology 8-7la. 
Ashworth, J. It. 17- 3 44c. 
— , P.22-782d. 

ASIA 2-73*40 ; 2-736 (map) ; 1- 
320c ; climate 2-T43d ; di- 
ll-632b; ethno- 



logy 2-748b; 

flora ■2-74&b; goc 
742b, 7-4 16c, 8-1! 
111c; history 2-74! 

nions 18-594a^ pc 
ll-035d; railways i 
2-73Sb, 



- (Ron 



• Tinder 

prov.) 2-75fld; 23- 
3); 23-649 (C4) ; 2- 
coins 19-887a. 
eru 21-266b, 



(G2). 
— , dock, Antwerp 2-155b. 
" Aaia " (liner) 24-886a. 
Asiago, It. 15-4 (C2). 
ASIA MINOR Z-757fl; 2- 



,17-220h; PtoIemyPhU- 
-hua 22-617b; Roman 
il : see. Asia, Rom. 
; Soljuk rule 24-609d, 

Go.Cst, 12-203 (B4). 



AS1A-ASTR 

sJatic elepbant 9-259b; fore, 
foot bones 27-S81b; mam- 
moth 17-530d; tusks IB- 

- ibex : see Siberian ibex. 

- ivy 15-lOOd. 

- Society. Royal 25-8 15a ; 11- 
20; a. 

- Society of Bengal : see Ben. 
gal Asiatic Society. 

- Turkey : see Turkey in Asia, 



tsiento d'Ambato, Ec, : see 

Ambato. 
-Treaty(1713)2-761b. 
' ~ ! -intps do Ibarra, Mes. 1- 

iv„ Mor. 18-851 

Marghan, riv., Mop. 18- 

;. dlat., Aby. 1-33 (map) ; 



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instructions given on Page I. 



427d. 



il : see Black lance- 
: see Caddo. 



India 14-383 (G9) ; 



156 (T2). 

Aais 1B-1610. 

ASIS1UM. It. Z-T63a; 15-26 

(D3). See also Aaaiai. 
Aaiyin 26- 8. 17 a. 
Asjadl 10- 39 7 d. 
Asjer (tribes) : see Azgar. 
— , Tasili of the, plateau, Sail. 

23-1004c. 
Aak (mo. ship) 24-865b. 
Aska, India 14-382(1,10); 11- 

452d. 
ASKABAD, Ruse. As. 2- 7 6 2b ; 

27-420 (B4>; 27-171a: 

routes 21-195 a. 
AskBTn-in-Fiirneas. Lanes. 9- 

416 [II. Ai); 7-7790. 
Askania, isl., Gr. 12-421 (Q4). 
Askar, Egy. 4-9S6d. 
— , Pal. 16-121b. 
Askari (diet.) 16-232a. 
Askarf (Blilite imams) : see Ali 

ul Askari and Hasan ul Ask- 



Askenburg, Ger, : see Aachaff- 
Aekerlifcr. 19-804 (DS). 



Aakei 



t. 9-418 (II. E2) : 

imd, 9 wed. 26-190 (C2). 

..... in Society 21- 4 08 b. 

ASKEW, ANNE 2-762d. 
— , Sir George : see Ayaoui 
Askew. Ark. 2-552 (K3>. 
Askew Codes; seo Pistis 

Sophia. 
._,..._,...., „ — ,„ ■ — Aaka 



Askbam.Lanos.: seeAskam-iu. 

Furness. 
— , Notta. 9-416(11. F3). 
— , Weatm. 9-412 (I. C3). 
Aakhap. Russ. 23-872 (H-I4). 
Aekia 17-565b ; »6-9S2c : tomh 

ii-454d. 
Askim, Swed. 26-190 (A-E3). 
Aaki Sbahr, C.Asia : see Kaab 

AabticbJ, lake. Can. 22-724 

Askival, mt., Scot. 24-412 
(B3): 25-24Tr 



.akja, mt., lee. 14-228 (C2) : 
14-22 He. 

jskii, isl., Nor. 19-804 (A2). 

-, lal., Swed. 26-190 (D3). 
Askoldl5-790a. 
" Aakold " (cruiser) 24-913b, 
Askole, India 14-376 (1'3). 






ige, York 
-52ub. 



-J12d. 



112 (I. D4); 
19-804 



in, Swed. 26-190 (A2). 

-ith, Yorka. 28-933 (CI! 

Aslackby, Li * "" 



.(II. Gl). 
1.21- 3 39b". 



grua (d. o( Abn 
- (d. of A' war) 5 
sina Dash, mt. 



.smanite lS-i!63o ; 27-268a. 
.smantai, lake, Unas. As. 23 

872 (IS) j 27-120 (B3); 2 

317a. 
.smar, Afg. 14-376 (D2) ; 1- 

313a ; 15-9iflb ; route" 

throngh 15-6251). 
iSHARA, Aby. Z-i«3c ; 1-8 

l-94a;' 15-73r:. 
ABMODEUS2-763d; B-122a. 



>, Den. 8-24 (DS). 
. . , Den. 8-24 (C31. 
Asnapper 2-789b. 

"f27o7"' 



lwed.28-190(C8). 



myk, Adam 21-929a. 

io, mt., Jap. : see Aso-tako. 

-, riv.. It, 1B-4(1>3] ; 15-4b. 



(, El. 



4-622b 



Bntta 1 

14-396c; d£ 

737d, 13-45 

hospitals 13- 

tioas 24-1591), zu-bsie, 14- 

623d; pillars 4-73Bb, 14- 

42 Ho, 17- 122a. 
.sola. It. 15-4 (C2). 
[solando rHrownir 

4-2 2 3d. 



[ndial 



4-67 3c 



I, It. 2-7i 



02); 7-103a. 

v., Sp. 25-530 (Di; 

dial4-376(E8). 

,era'l>21-73d. 
.;),.) 2-13'Jd. 
3r. 12-440 (D4) ; II 

., Gr. (Boeotia) 12-4! 
li 4-llti; 20-327b. 
., Gr. (Malis) 27-llOb. 
"r. (Sicyou) Z5-S7s, 



ia (myth.) 



ASOR2-764c. 



ASP 2-7 64d. 
. .[. i ..... .. 



4(113). 
ih. 28-354 



incral) 16- 



5PA5IA (ol Athens) 2-765d ; 
21-146c; 13-371C. 
- (gynaecologist) 12-764d. 



Awpatha 18-9101 

7^625d. 

din, Joatpb 5-654. 
■e. Sp. 85-5S0 (ES) 
riv., Fr. 3-t93n. 



-412 (I. B3); 
liege l-413d. 



in Poland 21-930d ; in U.S 

::■- ■■ 
.apenden, Horta. 9-424 (IV 

B3). 
SPENDUS, Asia M. 2- 7 6 6c 

2-760 (D4); coins 19-St89a 

tlieat™26-731a (Plate), 
.spen UiU, Tenn. 26-62 

SPER, AEM1LIUS 2- 7 67 a, 
-, HANS2-767a. 
.aperen, Moll. 13-588 (B3). 
-sperg, Ger. 13-S70d. 
SPERGES2-767a. 
.3perf?ill2-.7fl7- 



is25-191b. 
..ti : sec Brech 
isll-341a; 11 



sporophore 

mould. 
-Oryziio ll-341b 



. alcohol 
aci.uro i!B-703a. 
mt, Tes. 26-690 (G2). 



« 



__ .2 (B4). 

(B3). ' 
Asphagor (Arsasid king) 11' 

Asotialoia aystora 26-T33b. 

Asphalt, Utah, 27-81 4 (C3). 

ASPHALT (Asphaltum) 2- 
768a; 6-595c ; 6i721d; B- 
""■- ■ '" phntoj ■" 



Asphalt paying 23-391d. 
ASPHODEL 2-768d; 16-6 

13-7680. 
Asphodelino 16-3470. 



cinel8-28a; lm>sV 
Aapi6-H14c. 
Aspic (hot.) 16-293a. 
ASPIC (diet. )2-769a. 
Aspidlophorns 11-5271 



ASPIDISTRA 2-769a; 16-684C. 



-.shield of 21-793a. 



ASPARAGUSZ-765a; 



— stone 2-159d. 






see Quebrac 
l. 6-71 4b. 



ASP IROT R ICH ACE AE 2- 7 6 9a; 



LSpis(fesliyali: see Shielc 
Lapiyan : see Fcridnn. 
LSpla.nch.na 23-7631) (fig.): 

89b. 
LSplanCbPaceHe 23-762b ; 

763b ; 23-T64a, 
LSplanchnopus 23-763b (fig.); 

larva 23-762d. 
LSplangen, lake, Swed. 



ispitia 12-424 (D2) : 
ly, Gr. 12-424 (D3). 



53b; 14-9141) j inParnu 
sprcdinidao 5-513a ; 5-5 



Tes. Fr. 10-778 (F6). 



r, AsiaM. 81-544B,. 
I, canal. Tiirk.Aa. 3-48911, 
racuB (myth.) 27-31Tb. 
ranadioa lafeAasnr-nadlQ. 

ria', Kan. 15-654 (E2). 

tjlk, Asia M. 13-536 (C3) : 

-536b. 
awarlik. Asia M. 5-330b. 
ASSAROTTI, O. G. B. B-774h. 

t (law) 10-6450 ; 10-55d. 

ASSARY (Assorion) 2-774c. 
' *asil26-741a. 



:m 17-935h ; trespass 
,4b. 

^wompeett, lake, Maaa. 
i2 (K3). 
ASSAYE, India 2-776a. 



K6). 
iEGAI 

5-4671 

ABBefberg": 



, Trans. 25-466 

eaponl 2-7784 i 
8-1 05 id. 



. 16-139 (C2); 16- 

nmcrian king) 4 

M. : see Malatia. 
in. 19-831 (Dl) ; . 



... . _..F, HAMS 2-778d. 

-, T. 8-725c. 
Assellneau, C. ll-150d. 
Assolm Chnrcli. Ire. 4-356a. 
ASSEMANl, JOSEPH A. 2- 

-, J.'s. B-779a; 17-74Jb ; 
15-52 Ob. 
-, S. 2-779b. 
-a S. E. B-779a. 
Bseman'a Goapel 24-696b. 
.aaemhlea. Btaa. 4-440 <K4). 



is 21-899& 

(diet.) 2-7 7 Ob. 

zool.) 13-713b; 9-915a -, 



nibly. Day ot : see Cove- 



-, FEAST OF THE 2-770c 
n (king) 26 -7 44b ; 9-813. 



— , Houses o(27-6B7b. 
Assembly ol Ladies, The 9- 

013b. 
ASSEMBLY, UNLAWFUL 

(law>2-779b; 23-360d. 
ASSEN, Holl. 2-779d; 13-588 

Ig. 3-688 (CI). 



(D2). 



-, bay, RedSca9-745d. 
-, plat.. N.Nig. : see Kibyen. 
-, prov., Aby. 9-716d. 
ssaha. nits., Fr.W.Af. 11-204 



saka, Mor. 18-851 (B4); 1B- 



m8). 



, Gcr. 11-8' 
Den. (Odeni 



(B3) ; B-aaa. 
— , Den. (Vejle) 8-24 (B3). 
ASSER (bishop) 2-779d: 1 

243d ■ 21-865C. 



(IL 
I 8-24 



formcrprov.,N.E.Ind. 
; ; Ahoms l-433b ; 
i 7-78b; earthquake 
8-818b; Uenn- - 1 - 
lcea ll-596b ; 



ASSESSMENT (law) 2-7: 

14-356C. 
— committee 2-7S0b. 



E (language) 2-7 7 4) 
3-733h: Indo-Aryan grot 
14-488d; place in Tibet 



4-286d. 

Aasandun, battle (10I6)9-472c. 
Assanpink Creek, riy., N.J. 19- 

502 (C3) ; 27-252c. 
ASBar (poet) 21-2 5 la. 



AEBhur-nazlr-abal : see Aasur- 

nazir-pal III. 
ASSIDEANS 2-781b; Hellen- 

iam oppoaed 17-I97c ; Eab- 

Psalms 22-538d; synagognB 

Assidui l-259b. 
Asaiento : see Aaiento. 
Assign (law) r see Assignee. 
Aasignation (law) : see Asalgn- 

ASSIGNAT8 2-T816; ll-15Jci 



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Assignee (law) 2-7 
— —3.322b. 
ENT (la 
i ; leaseh< 

. It,., ■ 

satisfied Terms act 
,ij) 26-842*. 

p.or(law)2-7SZa. 

dilation (hot.) 21-748d; 

hy a.) 21-55 7 b, 

sych.) 22-557b ; 22-564d : 

ainoa'll-515d. 
nir,eidaell-515d. 

ia 9-1410. 
L. 27-92 
in, Sufi. 

As'sini; W.Af. 11-204 <E 6) ; 15- 

99 b. 
— , dist., W.Af. 12-204a. 
— , lw-uon, W.Af. 12-203 (A4) ; 

— , tribo l-329d; 15-99* ; 2- 

726a. 
ASSIN IBOIA, former 

2-782b ; 8-4490 ; 



Assinippi, Mass. 17-852 (F2). 
Aaaiimitioine, fL, Mont. 14-276 

(El). 
Assiout. Egy. : *w Aealut. 
Assis, J. II. Jlachado do 4- 

Assiscnnk Creek, riv., N.J. 19- 

Assise (geo'l.) 2-782c : see olsc 



Assistance Publiqne 19-916d; 

20-974d. 
— (writ) 28-84fln ; 28-S51C. 
Assistant paymaster - general 

ASSIUT(8'iut),Egy.2-782d;.9- 



387d; „ _ 

criminal jurisdiction 7-458d 
derivation 25-165d ; Franc 
10-792&; Justices 9-479a 
Scots law 15-5921 ; trial b: 
jury 15-5880. 

— of arms 18-450a ; 9-484d. 

— of Clarendon, &c. : se 



. R. 18-209d; ps: 



ASSOCIATE (diet.) 2-7 



Burgher Synod. 

— Presbytery of Pennsylvania 
22-23 Id. 

— Reformed Church in Amor- 
ica22-292«; 27-609c 

-Reformed Synod (U.S.) 22- 

1 Synod of North 



292 b. 
— Refori 



Antiburgor Synod, 
"lurgher) Synod . 
BsbyWrian oommnnity 22' 



Lssooiate Synod (1733) 27' 

- Synod of North America 22 ■ 
292a; 22-294c. 

.ssociation (biol.) 12-558b. 

- (title of English societies) 
see under leading word. 

: , ' , ' "" ;,. , . 

-, coefllclent'of 6-72c. 
-, divergent 22-575a. 

- football : ace under Foot 



908d, 9-836d, 2-7S5d: 



ASSOCIATION OF I 



logy) 14.681c ; i 
22-557b; Bene 
Berkeley 3-7 HOI 
13-552b, 16-90' 
13-880o, 22-596. 
son 14-12a; rei 
572 b. 



: Hob bet 
; Huitu 
; Hutclie- 



894b; 10-928d; 



'. 10-S85d ; 10- 



i 25-5 85d: 25 
pheres (physiol. 
aw : algebra 1 



oilzie(law)l-7(ia 



adaptation of 22- 
n. Can. 22-724 (D3). 
A. '22-724 (D3);22- 



ASSONANCE 2-7 



i, Egy. 



_ 1' I8-66SI1. 

Ass's oars. Into., St Helena 24' 

Assteaa (vase painter) 5-721b. 

Ass Thomas 2-770c. 

ASSUAN, Egy. 2-787a; 9-4( 
(B3); dam 14-819d, 19 
695d; papyri 14-019O 

9-2 3d. 



■v.. E 



9- 2 9a. 

. .1 , . '■ 

SIT (law) 2 
;spttss27-2. 

Asiimption, 111. 14-304 (C4). 

~\iaL?fiii.a.l7?271 (Bl). 
— , isl.. W.I. : gee Tobago. 
— , Cathedral of the, Kiey 

see Kiev, cathedral of. 
— , Cathedral of the, Parnie 

Kr Parma, cathedral of. 
— , Church of tho, Moscow i 

3 8 8a. 
— Co., La. 17-54 (a7). 
ASSUMPTION, FEAST OF : 

787c; 17-S13d. 
AsBiimptloniBts 2-9110 ; 19- 

885d; 23-297c. 



, church of the. 



ASSUR (deity) 2-7 
788a; temple 16-71 



787d; 8 
ssur-akhi 



Assurance for 



i-20d; Nineveh 19-7(14.: 

irio II. 27-87Sa. 

jr-dau I. 3-107 b. 

— II. 3-107b. 
- III. 24-2 09d ; 3-107b. 
,ssur-danin-pal 24-209d ; ! 
107h; 19-701c: 3-104d. 

:ssiiromentl9-8nd. 
.esur-etil-ilani-yukin 3-105. 
3-107b; 4-9«3b. 



Ir-pal 1. 3-107b j 3- 



107b ; 3-SG9e ; 



(Assnr-resh-ishi) 
ir Rabsha-ki 



a M. 2-790a ; 2-7 



(B3) ; temple 12-478d ; 2- 

378d. 

sswan, Egy. : see Assuan. 
ssye, India : see Assaye. 
.ssynt, dist., Scot. 24-412(Cl); 

26-1 7 (lb. 
-, lake, Hoot. 24-112 (CI); 2 

169o ; 16-89d ; geology 2 

170a. 

ssyria, Mich. 18-372 (E7). 
SSYRIA (empiro) 2-7901 

(Rom.Emp.) 23-648 (G3 

histoid-': £1 Babylonia ai 
goldsmith's t 



7-631d 



l);2-791a;l-517d;c 



21-192b ; 

— , dist.' Ft. 10-776 (1)5). ' 
ASTARTE2-791a; Atliifirl4. 
620c,5-142a; Gnostic Bel 
ena myth 12-156b, 27-S53h 



sool.) 16-122d. 



.-■■ • . 1 
ASTELt, MA 



ji group ll-B70o; 15- 

;ae 16-122d. 

(aool.) 10-4fi7b. 

.) ; see Intention 

galvanometer 9-184d ; 

(math.) 17- 96 7 e. 

■, Ciies. 9-416 (II. C3) 

Hilairo (Halary) 



»ly (bot.) 21-73Sb. 
Asten, Roll. 13-588 (C3). 

ASTER (bot.) 2-791c ; 



ASTERISK (diet 



ASTER 1 US (bfsh 



21-790d; kings 3 _. 

Assyrian langnage 24-( 
llld; fi-:(0Sa; 
dictionaries 8-190, 

-Mission of ArchDisnop 01 
Canterbury 19-4090 ; I8- 
60 7c. 

— Religion : see Babylouian 
and Assyrian Religion. 

lesyriology 6-:i0Sc ; 2S-261b. 

Bahr. 
Lssythmont (law) 2O-801a. 
VST, GEORO ANTON FRIED' 

rich 2-7 9 Ob. 
ista, tilt,, Tirol l-747b. 
istabeno, dist,, Asia 21-21(ia. 



' IsmLd, duit 
^staclllidae 17 



Astagnmn, It. ; battle (1053) 
16-4330. 

Astakos, Or. 12-124 (C2). 

AsWlia, Turk.Afl. ; me Adalla. 

Astalula, Fla. 10-540 (E3). 

Aslapos, rlv, ; see Blue Nile. 

ASTARA, Busb.As. 2-790d; 
23-S74 LT. »'*); 21-188 
(Al); 23-872(68) ;shipping 



Atitei 



rophyllites 21 



■ 526d. 



[>idae 9-658a ; 9-568( 



Dndylon 



4-594d. 



Asterothcoo, 20-532b. 

Asthcnothaerusl6-124ti. 

ASTHMA 2-792b ; 23-198e 
4-85a; adenoids l-191b 
arsenic 2-653d ; atrophic 3 

zema's-920e; cthorl-9b7d' 

16-837d; 



Wld 1 



araldoh 
e 24-9 4 



>olyj>u; 



Lsti, yellow sands of (geol.) SI* 
Atttian group (gool.) ll-670a ; 



stiooa : sec Chaudiore Falls. 
stigis, Sp. : set Eoiia. 
stigmata2-310c; 2-299b. 
stigmatism l-56d ; 28-133b ; 

photographic 21 -5 07 a. 
stilbe24-264a; 10-557a. 
- japdmca 13-768d. 
stin-tagh, mts., C. Asia : set 

Altyn-tagh. 

Btishat, Arm. : Bee Ashtishat. 
sti wines ; see Aeti. 
STLEY, JACOB ASTLEY, 

Baron 2-793a. 
-, SIR JOHN DUGDALE 2- 



16-139 (D2). 
S-I39 (D3). 
s. (Chorley) 



ASTON MANOR, Waiwick. 2- 

79Sc; 25-758 (Bl). 
ASTOR, JOHN JACOB (sen.) 

2-793c; 16-563b. 
— , John Jacob (jun.) 2-794. 
—.William Backhouse (1702- 

1875)2-793d. 
— , William Waldorf (b. 1818) 

2-794a. 
Astor, India 14-376 (F2) ; 6- 



ASTOR G A, EMANUELE 

2-794a. 
ASTORGA, Sp. 2-794b; 2 

530 (B-Cl). 
Astorga Collection (Spa 

Astoria, 111. 14-304 (B3). 



;. 2-791b ; 20- 



Astorp, Swed. 26-180 (B3). 
Astor Place Riot 17-268d. 
Asto ve, isl., 1 nd.0. 17-2 7 1 (Bl 
Astrabad, Pers. : see. Astar 

bad. 
ASTRAEA2-794c. 



s (Tito 



) 2-927o 



13- 



884a. 



ASTRAGAL (arch.) 2-794d J 

(knucklebones) 8-333a ; 15- 

25-177d ; 

16-3S3d : 

■753d, 1- 

11- 



Alpiue species 1 
254b ; Canada ' 



5-147c; 



ASTI, It. 2-793a ; 15-4 (B2 
ane. Hnsta 15-26 (B2 
Fredorick Barbarossa 1 

intdon (17*46) 3-42d;' Fren 



cupation 9-3 
27d, 2-793a. 



ASTRAKHAN, Russ. 2-T95a ; 
23-872 <Gfl) : climate 23- 
882a; petroleum 28-194c ; 
trade-route 21-57 d ; trade 
statistics 2B-194c; Volga 
28-194a. 

ASTRAKHAN, 



■) ll-35Be ; 11. 



ASTR-ATRAI 



Wallichii 17-273C. 
riuin 16-79 Id. 
ran.) 21-7 18a. 
!rtc) 27-79.1V 



ot Canon, Wales 2S-68b. 
■ingent bath 3- 2 85a. 
■ion (Pliny's) 2-792a. 
■obIepus5-515a. 
•ochelidae 8-880d. 
oclera 2S-722d; Z5-722< 

■oilisculua 13-233d: 13. 



386a. 



mater IS' 



(E2) ; 19-4; 
(K-L9'l. 



2-102c ; 2- 
.Jta/j N.O. 19-187 
20-436 
(K-L9'). 

-, reef. Pac.O. 10-335 (B2). 
ASTROLABE 2-79ob ; 2-79J 
(Platol ; l-189u ; Martin Be. 
haim 3-G53d; Philoponii! 
21-llOa. 
"Astrolabe, L'" (ship) 16. 

ASTROLOGY 2-795d ; Baoy- 
lonla 12-lfld ; 3-114a ; influ 
ence on pharmacy 81-3551 
Roman sabbath 23-9Blb. 

Astroloms hemifusum 7-3(i(5a 

Astrotonebo 22-80+a. 

Astro inanej- : see Astrology. 

Astro™™ as onellida 85-729d. 
Astromycton 80- 52 7 a. 
Ailroiil, rots.. It. 15-t (KB), 
—.crater. It. 19-178d. 
Astronia spectabilis 15-287d. 



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Atabapo, Colomh. 6-701 <T)4). Atboaex, Russ.As.27-420(D2; 
-'v., S.Am. l-TS7d. " '" 

eg [Atabelt) 7-5310 ; 



Astroacleridae 25-729b. 
Astroslga 10-465d. 
ASTRUC, JEAN 2-819 



Tiud *2-5< 



..stura, "it. 13-26 (D4). 
ASTURA, diet.. It. 2-82' 



-., Sp.2-820b 

.1 r^arlr 
: geolog; 



tandard bearer 27- 

iw OTledo. 

iiriaa, prince of ( 



oisoAstor 
Astwood Be 

(III. C2). 
ASTYAGES 

821a; 20-oio 
ASTYLAR (diet 



_ (Isht 
iO-878a. 



Ins 14-1 



4fi2 <B2-C 
213 c. 

-, Kalina de 
162 (CI). 



) ; 4-176b ; . 
marsh, Chile ! 
.0.19-9720 ;li 
tribe 1-811(1. 
".822b;2S-l" 



b Yam 



Pnbliv 



201 (G4) ; 7-731d. 
.taonari, riT., Peru 2: 

(Dl). 
itafu, 1st., Pao-O. 20-136 <H5); 

26-1017o. 
^t.a-gang-la, pass, Tib. I 



ATAMUALLPA 2-8220. 



!ca, Up. 12-110 (III). 
\eg.S. : see Astropalii... 
,-., Ugan. 27-557 <C2) ; 

Lndreas do Tlioiesiioi 

v. Asola. 

ON, Parag. 2-8211) : 2 

12). 

a, Venez. 27-089 (CI) 

Pa'c.0. ZO-i33(D3). 



-, lake, Swcd. (Of 
26-190 (C2-3). 
suokoko, riv., Go 



■.tergbtland) 
.Cst. 12-203 



ASTRONOMY 2-S001> : a 
aiv 2-801) : astrophysi. 
8 1 9a ; Book of Eno&i 9-t 
central orbits 17-980o ; 
stts!lation7-llc;hypot 
14-20SI); measuromen 
729c. 27-739b: observe 



3-!0Id; Capeila 5- 



ndLctlons 26-720 



so ll-106a ; Hip! 



i8;la:Jorianii9 
13b ; I'erao-Ara 

s la-saad: pi 



A*tropeetlnidae 8. . . . . 
Aslroohil and Stella (Sidner) 

25-lla ; 9-B19a ; 84-78*b. 
— , a Pastoral Kltgle (Spenser 

and others) 25-11 
Astrophiura 8-8S0a. 
Astmphiuridae 8-8! 
Astrophora 25- 7 2 9c 
ASTROPHYSICS 2-8 
1 6-7601); met" 
rs2B-788d. 



201d; 28-lOllc. 
aurl (lansr.)19-2C!. 
syaghosl.a (Buddhist w 



;, bay. Ben. 



SI (C3). _ 



492 d. 



(Hindu natron.) 1 

ASVINS (Hindu myth.) 2-82] 

5-4 S2a. 
Aswad, eape, Somlnd. 85-t 

(F5>. 
— , mts., Pal. 20-602 (E2). 



rail: 



loth-bea 



i, Egy. : 



Asylum, Miss. 18- li 
ASYUJM2-821o:s 



n, tribe 14.454a. 

use. 23-871(1. -A3). 
"iol-32^d (tabic). 



ATALANTA (d. ut Tas 



raian plain 2-825b. 



27-420 
e Atka. 



iy., La. 17-51 (C4) ; 
ee, Colo. 6-722 (B2). 



1 (Gl). 
and" San 



Ma#ee 17-3d2e ; canission 

22-474d- L Stanley 25-778b. 

. ATHANASIUS, ST 2-825u; 3- 

877d; 9-90a; Church lit- 

Ul«yl6-796d; monastlcism 

18-688b; theology 28-775d, 

2-190a ; works 5-194b, 18- 

780b. 

ATHAPASCAN, 2-S27b; 1- 

811a; 1-S14d; 14 -451a 

(table). 

AtUapescow, riy. and lake, 

" ' ' ' " :« Athabasca. 



Athai 



, lake, ( 






Atccpaneoall (Hue 



!as. 26-305 
iee Capito, 



,1013a; 24-166c; 18-20d. 

ATHAHVA VEDA 8-8270 ; 4- 

381b; 24-166a; Brahmar 



Atliayde, Alvaro : see Ataide, 

Athbash (cipher) 7-505d. 
■■'my.dist,. Ire. 14-744 <D3). 
iy., Iro. 14-741 (E3). 



Atalapha : 



i (titlo) 13-415b: 



tional Workshops. 

oians lfl-272d. 

. .-uiiu, diBt., Bur. 10-392d. 

ATELLA, It. 2-821a; " "" 



15-116c ; parhamentary 

Atheist, tho : ' see Thoodorus 

Atheist's Tragedy (Tourneiir) 
27-106O. 
: Atheling : see Aethelinif. 
ATHELM S- 828b. 
ATHELNEY, plateau, Som. 2- 
'".b; 9-430 (VI. Gl) ; 1- 



Athels 



0-41 3b. 



lethelsti 



Athelstau, Ark. 2-552 (E2). 

Athelstanetord,. Scot. 24-118 
<F3>. 

AthelHtono, Wis. 28-740 (E3). 

ATHENA (Athene) 8-82M1. ; 
19-140c ; Acropolis temple 
2-835b, 12-1790, 18-180a. 
20-8S9c; Agrigentum tem- 
ple l-423b; Ajas l-452a; 



— , tort, Hayuna 1J 

ATARGATIB (Bo: 

Syria) 2-823a ; 



is 2S-892a 



to 6-7601); meteors 18-2. 



... , 22-803b. 

iza 10-6320 ; lDv632d 
15b (fig.), 
iliidae l0-632d. 
izidiaccae 10-632d. 
(Jr. 12-424 (DS). 
D' (poet) 22-502b. 



Astroschenudae 8' 
Astroscleia 25-721 



Asymmetron 1-8! 



e 7-6S9i! i ll-698d 
;hyperbolall-716a 

o cone 6-9S4b. 
ij/ut), t^y. : see Ae 

Ox It (Shakespeare 

i forms 1-6370. 

■e^oT20-436(H7). 



It. 15-26 (1)3); 



ATESTE, 'it. '2-821c. 

(C2): see also Kate. 
Atetieh (Galla goddi 

411a. 
Aletslgomio, lake. Con. 22-721 

. _., jasis. Sail. 19 

Atflh, Egy. 9-40 (H2). 
Aleaon, India (Bomb a) 

382 (E10J. 
— ,liidia(E.Bangal &A 

14-370 (07). 
Atgimakh (Babyl. myth 

798d. 
Atgien. Pa. 21-106 (H7). 
ATH, BeU?. 2-»24d ; 

(C2); siege (1697) 12 

27-952o; Waterloo oampaign 



20-8 



; Poseidon 



ro eroup . 



ATAULPHUS (A 

12-2 7 3d. 
ATAVISM 2-82 3c 



24-679d; Sunium 

2-287b:' see^oZso^M 
For more important e 

thntfl-'Aee'2-828b-f6: 
e headings. 



102d. 



8- 3 7 2c, 



ATHABASCA, 



i71d. 



-500 (Bl) ; 24-225 
) ; 1-500P. 

t.. Can. 1-500 (A2) ; 1- 
i. 
sb. Can. 1-500 (A2) ; 4- 

»-.', Can. 2-821d; 1-500 - 



2-821d. 
Attiabaskan: see ; 
ATH ALAR 10 2-82. 
At.halia, O. 20-26 ( 
Athalia (abdomina 

ATHALIAH 2-82: 
Athalie (Racine) 2! 



latnria) 2-828d ; 



29a; 2-83S1; 
i) 25-614a ; 20- 



- (Cynthia) 7-972c. 
-(Hygieia) 14-175a; statue 

2-837d, 14-629b. ■ 

- (Lemnla) 2-830a ; «-113a. 

- (Nilt8) 2-83?c ; 19-BS9d: 

- (Partbenos : statue) 2-830a ; 
lS-95a; 20-8693; 2-811b ; 



cine 9-7350. 
lenaea 20- 
m 21-113a : 



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ASTR-ATRAI 



Priene temple 22-3180, ! 
380 b, 20- 17 6c 14-62! 

Atbena (Promachoe): statue! 
830b; 2-837c; 2-SiiB. 

— (Salpinx) Z-829b; 9-85Gd 

— (Sciras) 8-284a. 
Athena, Orcg. 20-242 (02). 

Athenaea: see Panathenaea. 
ATHENAEUM (academy) : 

830b. 
— , Boston : see Boston Athen- 

Athcnaeum 4-727c ; 8-2TIo; 

25- 9 Ola. 
Athenaeum Club 6-567b : 6- 

Stl7o; 18-55Bb. 
Athonaeus (physician) 18-Ua. 

,EiJS ( r (, 

20-B58d 
CORAS 

ration 14-64 
luiyn, PolUeia 



exile 10-710 ; law 12-S02d ; 
Jot, election by 2-44Jb ; ' - 
curgus' administration 
]5aa ; Mucedonian adv 
21-^I7b; medieval hit 
2-84+b, 12-461c, 12-n 
Minos' tribute 18-555c; i 
ern period 12-465d ; i 
archy abolished 12-444< 
I44a; navy l»-300e. 



i2a,21-f^di 



14Gb ; Persian wars 8-47 
21-212a; sea-power 24-54 
Sicily 25-26cf; Solon I 
366c; Themi etudes' pol 
26-759a; the Thirty Tyra 



. ie. 17-434 (C4_>. 
: — , .Mich. 18-372 (1)7). 
"lo. 18-008 (El). 

,.;.Y. 19-596 (Bl). 
i ATHENS, O. 2-S45o; 



cury (periodical) 



r)2-831b; l-374b. 



-Modern city 2-840o ; 

Bchools2-84Ia; army In 
nuartera 12 - 438b ; oat] 
raL modisTal 4-U07 (Pla 
museums 2-840d, 19-1 
Ob ser vatery 2- 8 4 d, 19-9 
Roman Catholic archbisl 
rio 12-4331 ; sanitation 
428b, 12-431d; school* 
Institutions 12-433b; 



foil. : Alaric l-470d : arm- 
25-985e; arsenal 2l-439a 
atthidea 2-SS2a ; Chalcidi 
league 20-98b ; Cimon' 
tinllnv 6-369a ; citlzenshii 
" ' ' " " Cleit 



s B-2a ; 



:s 6 ? 499d ; 



— , Tex. 26-090 (MS). 
— , Wis. 28-740 (C-D3). 
— , W.Va. 28-560104). 
— , Co., 0. 20-26 (F-GO). 
Athena, Constitutum of : se 

Constitution oj Athens. 
• Athens of Syria " 2-277c 
Athens shulo 20-2371). 
ithensville, 111. 14-304 (B4). 
itheras, capo 12-124 (li2). 



papyrus) 



ATHENS, Ga.2-S4ob; 11-752 , 
(C2); liquor tpaflto 16-767d; , 
university ; see Georgia ui 

Athens; or. 2-s3ic. 

— Ancient city 2-831C ; 2-8 



ns. 13-342a. 

LGag: set Qua jaws. 

ton Moor. 

,viIle,Ky. 15-740 (CS 
.: see Brush-taile 



ATHETOSIS 2- 8 40a. 
Athez, Fr. 10-778 (fit), 
-'■-ada: gee Longford, t 



hopper emblem 3-4, 



recordsl4-G28d; Neoplatc 
iat school 19-3 7 Bd; reve.i 
10-34Sa; Pe1a*gian tra< 
21-65c ; prehistoric 2-832 
PrytaneumB2-S33d; root 
research 2-832c ; Rom 
period 2-8S9d; sculpture 
479c ; theatres 26-720a ; . 



(Blehon 

la 14-382 <L9). 
-■"■ •' 4-601d. 
se Sabaki. 



l, Br.E.Af. 4-601d. 



Itiver, Br.E.A 



ATHLETE 2-84'«b ; 

347s. 
" Athlete struggling with ( 

Python " (Leigliton) 24' 

ATHLETIC SPORTS 2-8 4TM 
mteur status l-782c : a* 

Athlit, Pal. 20-60 i (B3). 
Athlonc, Godart yan Ginkel 

1st earl of : see Ginkel. 
ATHLONE, Ire. 2-849b j 14' 

— . Cal. 5-8' (C3). 

Athhi, India 14-S82'(F11). 
Athol, Colo. 6-722 (Fl). 

, Ida. 14-276 (A2). 

■, Ky. 15-740 <E3). 

fHOL, Mass. 2-8i9c ; 17-851 



6-481a; . 

i League 7-9 

J4a; Egyp- - 

j 9-SSa, 21-lIso; 



e Strabolgie, ea 
array, 2nd duke i 



of 24-4: 



>ll t John de Strabolgie, ear] 
ay, 1st duke of 

— , John Stewart, 4th earl of 

2-S49d ; 24-447d. 
ATHOLL, dist,, Scot. 2-851a; 

24-412 (D-E3). 
— , cape, Green. 12-543 (E2). 
AthoU brose 2-851a. 
Athohvold :. see .fcthclwold. 
At.hon (Athos) 7-324d. 

Athorybia 14-JBOb. 

Athos (Dumas) S-ti5oc. 

ATHOS (Acre), int., Turk. 2- 
851a; 27-426 (D3); 12-441! 
(C4) ; Binocrates' design 8- 
277b; library of Manaiia 6- 
324c; paintiiigs4-aOUb; nil- 
grimageshrino21-«f>ofl- it° 
Laura l-12d (pla 

Ath'padl, Injia 14-382 (Fll). 

' (Jewish rebel) IS- 

12-762o ; I2-760a ; 
I age 20-552C. 
th.)2-791b;2-285a; 



loidalis 



398 d. 



tliubi, tribe 3.212c' 



.-•eFeridun 
b:14-7. 



AtliTi 

ATHV,lrc.2-sa-^,^-,, 

Athyr (cHron.) 9-!7d. 

Atliyrea: see Mvxoedema. 

AthyridaeB-128a; 4-300a. 

Athyris 8-128a. 

Atia (mother of Augustus) ; 

Atia, cape, Alg. 1-643 (CI). 

25-530 (D2). 
Vazid) 5-33b. 



Atika (d. o! 

A tikwa, lake. Can. 



ATINA, It. 

I'. ' ■ I 

—.It. (Lii 

26 (E4). 



Ms. 21-391) (D4). 

; 15-26 (1)41. 
Lnia) 2-852b ; IS 

_.. 2-565 (CI). 
Labeo, Cains : go 



Labeo, Caii 
.tiscross, dist,, Wall 
.tisha (Buddhist) II 



ATITLAN 

. Atitlin). C 

078 (A3). 
— , lake, CAi 



i. 2-85 



5-678 (A3);2- 

— rmtl', C.Am. 5-678 (A3) ; 2- 

Atra,"lsl„ Pac.O. BO-436 (K7). 
AUya, tribe 13-218a. 

At'ka, isl., Alsk. 1-472 (K2). 
Atkarsk, Russ. 23-872 (F5). 
Atkeison, Ala. 1-460 (B4). 
Atkins, G. (physicist) 14-163a ; 

14-1 B4b. 
— , Richard 19 -3d. 
Atkins, Ark. 2-5.12 (C2). 
—, La. 17-54 (Al). 

— !va! 28-118 (CI).' 
ATKINSON, EDWARD 2-852c. 
— , SIR HARRY ALBERT 2- 

852d; 19-630a. 
— , Henry 4-22b. 
— , J. J. 10-164d. 
Atkinson (engineer) 11- 499h. 
AtJiinson, III. 14-304 (B2). 
— , In,l. 14-422 (C3). 
— , Neb. 19-324 (E2); 19-330a. 
— Bepot, N.R. 19-490 [E6). 
"'--— Charlotte (Lady) 17- 

"90d.""' 

Attimd eller Metnhem (Rud- 
beck) 26-2 16c. 

:. 2-552 (B4). 



864) ! 



854c, l-^25a; „ 

267c ; university 2-853o. 

— , Ida. 14-276 (B4). 

— , III. 14-304 (C3). 

— , Ind. 14-422 (K4). 

— , Kan. 15-654 <F3). 

— , T,a. 17-54 (H2), 

— , Mich. 18-372 (F5). 

— , MlflS. 18-600 (C2). 

— , Mo. 18-668 (B2). 



Atlanta 
516d. 

ATLANTIC,' 

732 (C3). 
— .Mass. (Norfolk) 17-S52 

— , Mass. (Plymouth) 17-S 

— , Pa.' 






Atlantic Mine, Mich. 18-372 

Atlantic MonUdy, Tftel2-6I7a: 
17-75b. 

Atlantjco, dept., Colom. 8-701 
<B2>; 6-706C. 

ATLANTIC OCEAN 2-855b ; 
African basin l-322a; " Chal- 
lenger " expedition 5-K07<l ; 
oonllRuration 19 -972c; 

Cook's voyage 7-72a; cirr- 
rcnts 2i-J26d (fig.); geo- 
logical age 9 -Olid, 2B- 
1008a; isotherms 21-721b 
(lifi:.); Miocene period 18- 
565o; waves 4-475C. 

Atlantic right^whale 5-771b ; 
28-5 7 Id : 28-57 Oc. 

Co. 25 -8 50b. 



igrapb C 
, it. . ■ 
nsport Co. 21 



— bedsll-670b; 15-568d. 
Atlantoxerus 25-G92a, 
ATLAS (myth.) 2-858b ; Agri 



8-851 (C3-D2); 2-858c ; i 
tso Atlt-3, Saharan. 
Lesser: sec Anti-AtlaB. 
" itimea,ittle/rell),mt 
Af. 1-643 (A2);2-859 



l-612d. 



(B-F2); 2-8, 
643 (A2); 



., Mor. IB- 

Af. 1- 

_-„„jb- 1. 

2-858< 

— (maps) 20-332a 
gee cJso Map. 

— (paper) 20- 7 3 5a. 

— (star) 21-835d 
Atlas-bone 2S-li 

cedar 5-595a 



;9b ; 1-G42d. 
17-629b ; 



- dynai) 



; 21-7 



orpool 25' 
L5-645d. 



AtliXL 

Atlymsk, Russ. As. 25-10 (B2). 

Atma(dfct.)28-790c. 

Atman (philos.) 24-1 7Bc. 

Atmat, riv., Ger. 18-104b. 

Atmo (unit) 27-739d. 

ATMOLYSIS 2-860a : 12-3! 9a. 

ATMOSI'HERE 2-8fina ; geo- 
logical relations 11-6530 ; 
planetaty 21-716b : gee alsc 

ATMOSPHERIC ELECTRI- 
city 2-S60c ; aurora 2-932e ; 
distribution 2-867c ; fog 10- 
589b; observations 18-279e; 
volcanic eruptions 28-179d. 

— engine 25-819d. 

— pressure : atmospheric elec- 
tricity 2-866a ; measuring 3- 



I8b ; observation* and 
harts 18-271d; oscillation 
f pendulum 6-540o ; peri 



C RAILWAY 2- 

Atna, Nor. 19-804 (D2). 

—, riv., Alsk. : see Co - 

— Muorki Kartjo, lak 
see Stora SJotall. 

Atnatu (myth.) 27- 8 2c. 
Atne, rlv.. Nor. 19-804 (B2). 
Atnesjo, lake. Nor. 18-804 

(B2). 
Atnongara 17-306c 
Atoc (fox) 21-2*7b. 
Atok,Tal., Pors.27-171ft, 
Atoka, Af. 12-203 (C4), 
— , Okla. 20-68 (E3). 
— , Tenn. 26-820 (B2). 

— Co., Okla. 20-58 (E-F3). 
Atoka group (geol.) 27-631b. 
Atolia, Cal. 5-8 (E4). 
Atolikon, Gr. : see Anatolikon. 
ATOLL, 2-870d ; 7-13Sd : 

Christmaa Is. l-818b: oce- 
anic character 14-87 3d. 

Atolia 24-524d. 

Atollldae : see CoUaspldae. 

ATOM (ohem.) 2-870d ; con- 



192d, 9-237b: Gay-: 



< 17-891d; 

T " 237b : Gay-LuBB 
a 6-36»; linkinL 
S-7l7d ; shape 18- 



lio heat 5 -68a, 
eory 2-S70d ; ancient the- 
esl8-654b; Cannizzaro 5- 
<e; Dalten 7-778b, 6-35d; 
eek 24-397b J philosophi- 



IT. 



e of n 



r l-294a. 



_.ory of disease 18-43d. 

- volume S-66d. 

-weight 6-37b: detormma- 
tion 9-2 5 6 d, 25- 9 40a, 23- 
G95d ; Dulong and Petit'a 
law 8-853a, 6-68a ; inter- 
national table (1910) 9-256c; 
Prout 22-491b ; Sohutaen- 
bergcr 24-387b ; theory of 
' ' 'ion2-B~ 



<r 18-234d; Gassendj 
.x' monad theory 16- 



physical theories: see Ato- 

Aton (rel.) 9-52c ; »-S4c. 

ATONEMENT 2-S74e; An- 
selm 2-82d, 26-7J8a ; Calvin 
5-76a ; J. JJeLeod Camp- 
bell 5-130b ; Christianity 6- 
235c, 8-122d; Edwards 9- 
6a; ethical idoal 22-660c ; 
Greek roligion 2-] 85a ; John 
of Damascus 15-449a : Re- 
formation doctrine 28-779o. 

ATONEMENT, DAY OF 2- 



:e Batonga (Nyasa- 



Atops 2-300a, 
Atorella 24-524d. 
Atorellidao 24-5 2 4 i. 
Atorick, lough, Ire. 14-14* 



Atossa (wife of Artaxerxes) 2- 

662o ; 2B-887a. 
Atotonilco, Mex. 18-318 

(G-Hl)." 
Atouf Pasha 21-838d. 



El-Hadhr. 
— A, riv., Swod. 26-190 (B3). 
AtraetaspiB (snake) 28-1080! 



ATRA-AULA 



.tramentnm (glaze) 2-161a. 
-«utoriuinl-767a. 
-trail. Swed. 26-190 <B3). 



e 3-668a ; 10- 

P. 
2 

Atremata 4-365d. 
Atrepe, Egy. : see Suhag. 
ATREUS (myth.) 2-876d ; 7- 

— .Treasury of 19-104d; 18- 

207d. 
AtreYimionto ; set Marti, J. J, 
ATRI (Hadria), It. 2-877a ; 15- 

4(D3); 12-800o. 
Atria, It, (Vehetia) : see Adrla. 



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Atrraa (fossil) 16-122d. 
Atripalaa, It. 3-53a. 
Atriplex5-147c 



rt»tis2-B77b; 22-5d. 

or.'if^SoVlCS). 
isZ3-760a; 23-763c. 



Bclladom 

— belladom... 

Deadly nlgl 



.la donna (drug) : s 



;, kingdom, Asia 18- 



Atropates (Pcrs. general) 18- 

21o ; 21-2l3b. 
Atrophic spinal paralysis 20- 

7G3d. 
ATROPHY 2-877b. 

877c; 9- 25 la "20- 1 6 "a. 
A tropic acid 27-3071). 
Atropine 3-692c 
ATROPOS (mvth.) 2-877d. 

— divinakiria : see Death 
witch. 

— pulsatoria 13-334a. 
Atrypa 4-361b ; 25-110d. 



ision, N.J. 19-503 (CM), 
tsiz (shah) 21-22fib ; 24-609 
- (general) 24-608d. 
Mnta, Nippon, Jap. 15-1; 
(EO). 
-. Yezo, Jap. 1S-158 (MS). 



Attabieh, Turk. As. (Bagdad) 
ATTACAPA, tribo2-873a; 1- 
Attache, consular 7-32o ; 



Attagid 2i-853a ; 3-9 



—^Blll of. 2-879h. 
ATTAINT, WRIT OP 2-8' 

851b. 



Attakapas, dist.. La. 17-55d. 
Attakar, tribe lfl-250b. 
Attakjiami, tribe l-329d. 
■ —.la Co., Miss. 18-800 (05). 
Ieal8-;<21d; 15-94d. 



ATT ALIA U 

87 9o ; 23- 

Attaliatcs, A 



lesus 9-G73h; 
idery 9-S1C 
s, l-472a ; 



Attanagh, Ire. 14-7 + 

AMapulgu*. Ga. 11- J 

Attaquas, mts., S.Af: 
' ttar (god) : see Atb 
-, Farld-Uddln; 4 



. of Macedon 23- 
s) 21 -143b ; 



r. 4-840 (TC6); 

3-879d 
Brusi 



i-433a ; < 

Egypt 9-28a, 10-219c. 



(M5>. 



.1.2(04). 

- Pond, lake. Mo. 17-134 (B3). 
' ' >au Fails, Me. 17-434 (B3). 
icotti, tribe 14-?58b. 



lolo, SI 

ATTENTION (psych.) 2-880a 

ion 22-573d; oat. 
f unity 22-594e 
s relation 22-583a 



ATTERBURY, FRANCIS 2- 



) Cliffs, Yorks. 24- 



At l/ic Sign of the Lyre (> 
Atthidographi 2-S82a. 



— , N.Y. 19-596 IR3). 

— ,0.20-26 (E2). 

ATTICA, dist., Gr. 2-8821) ; 12- 
440 (E2) ; agriculture 1- 
38Da; Alario l-470d;. Ce- 
crops S-fl94b ; charity 5- 
863c : Clcisthencs 6-i79d. 
6-480a ; Emriolpus 9-890a ; 



.e2-306d; 6-734d; 2 



ttigliano, It. 28-1 

ttigny, Fr. 10-778 

ttikonak, lake, C 

(Dl): 12-891c. 

ATTILA 2-8851. ; 

"haaars 15-775a 

■222a. 15-H2G!j, 

inghausen, Swi 



us) 5-544d. 



S8 (C2). 



, Turkeet, 



Claudius 

— 'TuIHiih: seeTuUius'. Attins 
AUJektjaclto, int., Swed. IB- 
""0 / r «. 
,E1 



ATTLEBOROUGH, Mass. 

8860 ; 17-852 (E3). 
— Norf. 9-424 (IV. Dl) ; 



Cumberland, 
irf. 9-424 (IV, 



ATTORNEY 2-S86d; 25-360o 
in United States 2-BS7a, 3 
378d; procurator 22-4221). 



United State i 
' Telephonc^Cc 

Ittoi 

Attow, ...., . ... 

23-741c. 
Attoyao Bayou, r: 

690 (N4). 
Attraction (pliysi. 

tional 17-976a ; 

15-92a; Legcndre 16-37G( 
Attribute (philosophy) 






, 1st.. Alsk. 1-47^2 (114). 
cks^ Crtayiun 14- 4 6 8a. 



■30a ; statue 3-984b. 
Ire. 14-744 (C3). 
., Arg. 2-162 (C4)i 



iyadake, 



ip. 15. 



Ituli, India 14-37G (G3). 
li.un, ri\'„ Bor. 24-2070. 
L-tun-tzo, China 6-1G8 (F4). 
\tur, India 14-382 (Hli). 
Vtirea (Vicus Julii) : sce'Aii 
(Landes), Fr. 



70Sa. 



pids, 



olive oil 12-434d; 



-dialect i2-497d: 8-1 



[C-l>2);"26;i94b. 
water, WUbur Olin 
18-41 7b. 



twator.Ca!. 5-8 (C3). 
-, 111. 14-304 (C4). 
-, Minn. 18-550 (C5). 
twiok, York8.9-41G(TI. { 
twood, F. E. (artist) 
335o. 

■. GEORGE 2-S88b ; 24-9 
_ twood, Ala. 1-4H0 (Al). 
—, Alsk. 1-472 (112). 

Ark. 2-553 (A3). 

Can.20-114(B3). 

Colo. 6-722 (G5). 



Atypidao 2-3()6d, 



zalco, dist., Mex. ] 



channel. Haw. 13-84 



AUBADE (diet.) 2. 

498d; 18-547d. 
AUBAGNE, Fr. 2- 



ibazmes, Fr. 10-7' 

19 Go. 

jho (Fr. officer) 2« 



AUBE, dep 

778 (F-O 
723c. ^ 

888c 



[-514 (B2). 
1 (B2) ; 2- 



, Thillppe 17-81a; 17- 

imeter 22-89 la. 

ssoii de Volslps, Jean 

neois d' 11-6440. 

ti. Ala. 1-4H0(D3); poly. 



— , Ind. 14-423 (G2). 
— . Ire. 14-7+4 (D3). 
— , Kan. 1B-654(G2). 
— , Ky. 15-740 (El). 
— , Mass. 17-852 (D2) ; 18- 

4Gla. 
AUBURN, Me. 2-891c; 17-434 
<B4); rubcllite 23-80ib. 
-, Miss. 18-600 (B4). 
-, N.Dak. 19-780 (Gl). 
-, Neb. 19-324 (14). 
-, N.II. 19-490 (E5) ; graplta 

19-4930. 
OIBURN, N.Y. 2-891d; 19- 



-. 1'a. 21-106 (E4). 
-, B.I. 23-249 (CI) ; 7-378d. 
"' " "8-354 (114). 



AUBURN (colour) 2-89 2a. 
Auburndale, Fla. 10-540 (B3>. 
-, Mass. 17-852 (A4) ; Lasell 



, Fr. 10-778 (F-G3) ; 2- 
iialc, dist., Fr. : 



AUBENAS, F: 

778 (G5). 
Aubenton, Fr, 
Aubepine (peri 
AUBEH, DAN 

2- 8 89a. 
— (sculptor) 2 
An Berg, mt. 
(P2). 



0-778(02). 

EL' FRANCO'lS 1 

-515d. 



Aucacocha, lake, Eo. 8-911 

(D3). 
Auoanada, Isl., Mcdit. 3-349a- 



— , L. M. B. 19-81 8a. 

Aubcrt, nit., Swita. 36-242 . 

(B3). 
Aubertot (metaUuvsist) 

AUBERVILL1ERS, Fr. 2- 



Aubicrs: battle (179^ 

AUBIG*NAC, FRANCOIS, abbe 

d' 2-889d. 
Aubigno, Charles, comle d' 17- 

443c. 
— , CONSTANT d' (baron df 

Surineau) 2- 8 90a. 
— , JEAN HENRI MERLE d 



418a. 



3ot. 15-8S2b. 

5-37Td. 

t. 24-412 (A3). 



Scot. 24-418 
bill, Soot. 8- 



ark8-448a. 



list) 20-5 



— cn-Artois, Fr. 10-778 ( 
\ubignyrille, fr. 1' 

(F4); church 6-81d. 
\UBIN, Fr. 2-891a; 1 

(Fi). 
Vnboia, rlF., Fr. 20-81d. 

iubonnc, S«1tz. 26-242 ( 

< .. . . 1 . . ■.. 1- .. 1 

3-59b;'l7-84b. 
inhray, Dreus d' 4-572c. 
— , Marie Madeleine M. d' (Mar- 

— , Christopher 3-142c. 



1, Scotland 12-81 
:, Scotland 24-412 
Auchmdown, castle, Scot 8- 

Auchin'drain, Scotland 24-413 

(A2), 
Anohinleck, Scot. 24-412 (1)4); 

geology 15-831di population 

3-76b. 
— , tastle. Scot. 10-661d. 
— MS, 16-557.1, 
Auohmill, Scot,: see Audi- 

AuchmitliicScot. 24-418 (Fl> ; 

Auchmuli, Scot, 24-412 (F2). 
AUCHMUTY, SIR S. 2-893a. 
Auehnafree Cras, rot,, Scot. 

24-418 (D3). 
Auchnangoul, Scot. 24-413 

(A2). 
Aucliramiie, Scot24-41S (El). 
— , Slugs of, Scot. : see Slugs ol 

Auchriddie, Scot. ; see Nan 



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instructions given on Page /. 






AUCHTERARDER, 

893b ; 24-418 (B2 
Auchterderran, Sc( 

(E2). 
Auchtcrhonse, Scot. 24-418 

(ElT. 
— , Mil, Scot. 24-418 (E-i'l) ; 

— , Kirltton of, Scot. ; see Kirk- 
ton of Aueliterhouse. 

AuchterlcsB, Soot. 24-412 (F2); 
slate 1-501). 

AUCHTERMUCHTY, Scot, 2- 
893c; 24-413 (E2). 

Auchtertool, Scot. 24-4 J 8 <E2>. 

Auchtoo, Soot. 24-418 |C2). 



2-8 9 3d. 
AUCKLAND, N. 
624 <E2); 



— , itit.. Kor. 
— , pror., N.Z 

19-S23a;go ._. 

— Unlversit? College n 

ianl 8 * Ur " S<E 
Aucfclaudia Costus : se 



toriea. 

Auctoramentnm gladiatc-rh 

12-61b. 
AUCUBA (hot.) 2-805d; 1 

473d. 
— japotdca : see Japan La urel. 



Auditor of the exchequer 2- 
891b. 

— of the itnprosta 2-897b. 

_ „/ 8-79:. _ 

— capsule 26-199a i 

— hairs J3-123d. 

— meatus 26.187a. 

— nerve 19-3961) ; 27-1049a. 

— speech centre 2-163d. 
Audius: see Audaous. 
Audlem, Choa. 9-116 (II. CI) 
Audley, Edmund (bishop) 1 



-, SIR JAMES 2-898a. 



Audley, Staffs. 9-416(11. 1 

23- 7 08c. 
— End, residoiioo, Ess. 9- 

(IV. 02); 23-999d; 2-8£__ . 

2-418d; Magdalene College 



lo, mts., Aby. 2 

ioenau (epigra 
■:e Owen, John. 



-, i: (chemist) 6-59: 
udouioia 6-617d. 



— , Claude 2-898d ; 2B-417o. 
-,EDMOND2-899a. 
-, Gerard 2-898d ; 16-723a. 
-, Jean 2-8 9 8d. 
AUDREHEM, ARNOUL D' 2- 

899b. 
Ludrcaselles, Fr. 9-457b. 
Vudrey, St : ace Ktheldreda, 

at. 



Hajia. 
And (de 



„.jcii of Dublin) 14-231d. 
Audad: seeUdad. 
AUDAEUS (church reformer) 

2-89 Ga. 
Audalaka (honey) 13-6 51c. 
AUDE, dent., Ft. 2-89Ba ; 10- 

778(FG);jetlS-359b. 
— riv., Fr. 2-89fia ; 10-778 

AUDEBERT, J. B. 2-896o ; 20- 

305c. 
AUDEFROI LE BATARD 2- 

896d. 
ludelev, E. 1-aiOe. 
-, Sir J. : we At 
James. 



-,iltnn. 18-5.- 

— , N.J. 19-502 (B-C4). 

, park, Ne^v Orleans 19-527 e. 
Co., la. 14-732 (C" 
Sugar School, Ne 
19-.">27c; 17-55d. 
warbler 27 -63 3d. 
idun-le- Roman, I 



ie 14- 23 2a. 



:, Fr. 10-778 (D5). 



Auenbnigeer, L. 18-S3o. 
— ,R. T. J3-132b. 
i AUERBACH, BERTHOLD 2- 
""id; ll-796o; 20-891" 



AUDIENCE (law) 2-896d. 
1 "-897a. 
2-896d 
-prctorial2 "" 
Ludierno Fr. 



2- 89 7 a. 
--896q; l- 
2-89Gd. 

10-778 (B4). 



— , bay. Ft. 10-778 1 

Audiflret, Hercule 10-491c. 
A UDIFFRET -P ASQ UIER , ED - 



— (Scots law) 2-897C, 

- camerae 2-8B7d. 
Comptroller 



Auerbaehite 28-8 
■ ach's Hof, 

wares 9-2' 

pcrg.Adol 
INTON, i 
900a; 3-32c. 



Auflauf (Ger. law)Z4-579b. 
Auffttand (Got. law) 24-5TBb. 
Anfiagneur, Victor 17-2 7 8b. 



>Ua, Queens. 2-060 
myth.) 21-142d; 26= 

isL, Fr. 10-776 (D2) ; 

stables 2-9000. 

e Auge (myth.). 

Allgen-gabbro li-37Ba. 
iuaenspiegrt (lleucUIiu) 23- 

.ugejlHtructurel2-149d: 12 

352c. 
.user, Louis Simon F. l-101c 
.UGER (diet.) 2-SOOo; 4-252b 
AUGEREAU, P. F. C. 2-900d. 
... „ . „... (D4) 

Auget, A. J. B. It., baron d( 
-'■ "von: seeMonlyon. 

ud, lake, Nor. 19-804 

4-744 (D2). 



LUghcr, 



...„,.^, , 17-937b. 

uglmaoloy, Iro. 14-744 (E2). 
.ughrabies. falls, " *' 
Hundred Falls. 
AUGHRIM(Aghrim), 
■>2-901a; 14-7 
s. (Wicklow) 14- 



S.Af. : ( 



14 (El). 



ics. 16-139 (B2) 
■ 933 (D3). 



Her. 



Codes 20-566a; 3. 

L-ier," Francois 24-496d. 

G. V. EMILE 2-9011) ; 8- 
jloc; ll-145o. 
Augila, Trip. : see Aujila. 



Bat 



■ ISOb 



MENT (did.) 2-902a ; 
^Jllimar 12- 3 30a. 
AUGMENTATION (diet.) 



coords 22- 900b. 



r. 2-!l02a ; 11- 



" Aujtsbm-B "( era iser) 24-91 Id. 

AUGSBURG, CONFESSION OF 

2-»0ac; 7-398b; 4-""" 



Augsbure Interim 14.693b; 11 

855c ; 18.89a ; 27-248o. 
AUGSBURG, WAR OF THE 



Anguata (Ameha, 

(Borothea, of 
ll-450d. 
— - (Germane 



-(prii 



>..., .. 



of Bav 

Bnmswick) 

ss) 28.666a. 
les) 11 -7 39 b; 



John4-128d; 4-134b. 
justa. Ark. 2-552 (D2). 

AUGuIta, Ga. 2-904b; 11- 
752 (E2); climate ll-761d ; 
newspapers 19-571(1. 

-, Gaul : see Eu, 

-, la. 14-733 (F4). 

-, Ida. and Mont. 14-276 
(C2>. 

-, 111. 14-304 (U3). 

-, Ind. 14-122 (C8). 

-, Earn. 15-651 (F3). 



-, Mo. 18-608 (F3). 

-, N.J. 19-502 (CI). 

-, N.Y. 19-596 (E3). 
— , Olda. 20-S3 (CI). 
AUGUSTA, Sio. 2-9050 ; 16-4 
(E6); 8-7S2c. 

-, W.Aus. 2-960 (B6). 
— , Wis. 28-740 (B4). 

-, W.Va. 28-560 CK2>. 

-, fort, l J a. 26-93b, 

-, lako, Tas. 26-439b. 

-Academy: see Washington 
and Lee University. 

iiguslji and Li via (temple) 
2B-06b. 
Augusta Autonina, Turk. : gee 

, _^_. 241d. 

AUGUSTA BAGIENNORUM, 

It. 2-905C ; 15-26 (A2). 

., charta 20-744d. 
.^wjusta Chronicle 2-904d. 
Augusta Co., Va.28-118 (C-D2). 
Augusta Emerita, Sp. : set 



ATRA-AULA 



Augustiner Church, Vienna 13 
134a;24-513d. 

AUGUSTINIAN CANONS 2- 
910c; 8-402d; 18-6890) 
Cambridge 5-93b: Intec- 



AUGUSflNIANS 2-911( 
Niphus:' 



— Firma, Sp. : 



-yes 



l; ll-S56b; 



l. It. 2-90Co; 15-; 



jn, Fr. : « 
mi, It. 15-2 



imandtioium, Fr. : 



ustendal. Sued. 25. 

12). 

usleum (oolumn). Cons 



AUGUSTI. JOHANN C. W. 2- 

Augustijnken van Docd 



Avflustiiiuis (Ja 



gostino, J'aolo. 

jsen) 15-1 53b. 

Brai. 4-440 

r. : see Troyes 



■royes 
Z3-648 



Augustodurum, Fr. 



iaM. 21:544a. 



Estua H, (of Anhalt) 2- 
— Jftt Brunawiok-Lflnebers) 



■ III. (o( Poland) 2-916b ; 21- 
917b. 

(of Prussia) 8-576a. 
AUGUSTUS (of Home) 2-911d; 
"" 5S'0a; -leneiVi 28-112b, 
U4d ; areh 23-r>9oa ; 
ly reforms 23-472d : 
:ndar alterations 4-990b ; 
ico iu Louvre 2-207a: 
rt/Mj Geijima augustea ; 
; Bgypt 9- 
'24c; gludi- 
12-64a ; 
; Italy c< 



s°?s 



Diidatod 15-S' 



,. ia "iS> 



, <s 15- 

i 16-256a; 



Of26-1032il,16-547b;r,j 
attitude 16-817d; mo 
leum 23-606e; Media 
3ld; Monunicntum A 
iximim l-953d, 14-6: 

7d; "obelisk of ,3-3: 

580b ; Sibylline books 
20a; slatue23-477b:su 
tuary restriottoBs 26-; 

ii-633c, 23-6501^ 2"-84( 

- I. <ot Saxony) 2-Slld ; 

— (urcbbp. of Saxony) 

iuguBtus, Fr. : see Limog. 
—.bridge. Got. 8-674d. 



. = , . _■& oi 6-316a. 

I'"rederlck (of 8u?sex) ! 
Sussex, A. F., duke of. 

' it Budcn)3' _ "" 



ft'illiaj 



t.°l ^ 



wick). 



■ick Bevern, A. W. 

l di(b'iatorian) : BeeShibaS 
din a-1 Auhadi. 

"ad-uddiu AllAnwari : stt 

Alpal-7f2e. 



- (poj 






., Pal. 20- ( 



■i(B4) 



, Ala. 1 



emple origins 26-60 3d, 

AUGUST 2-904b. 

— (N'feht of the 4th) 11-156L ; 
10-8"S3b. 

— (loth of, 1792)11-1600. 
Angnata (of Bavaria) 17- 3 Id. 



AUGUSTINE, ST (of Cant 
' -■-' 2-910b; 3-721e; '. 

mission to England 
D-j,iutt, 9-4430. 

AUGUSTINE, ST(nf Hippo) 2 ■ 



; 15-1. 



4lid ; docfj 



tJiai; i-nilO (F2); 27-3 ow 
AUK 2-916o; 9-13d; 3-977c. 
Auk, The 7-308a, 
Aukudebbe, riv., Af. 24-8 05b. 
Aukam, riv., S.W.Ai. .26-481 

(C6). 
Aul. mt.. Alps 26-242 (G3) I !• 



oceras 5-701b. 

oeeratidae 5-701b. 

Aulacodua ; set Cane-rat. 



AULA- AVAL 



inlacothyriB limestone 27- 

260c. 
Aula Leopoldina, Breslau 4- 

499ft. 
Auialsivik, isl.. Can. S-160 

(B.4). 
Vulander, N.C. 19-772 

(E-F1>. 
Anlapalay, India : see AUeppf. 
AULARD, FRANCOIS V. A. 2- 



Aulatslvik, Green. 12-043 (D4). 
Auld, Cal. 5-S (E5). 
— . W.Atib. 2-900 (CI). 
— Brie, Soot. 3-74a. 
Auldearn, Soot. 24-412 (E2) ; 

19-I55o; battle 12-413d. 
Auldjo vase 12-99d. 
Auld Laos Syne, mt„ Nov. S-S 

(El). 
Auld Lang Syne 4-858a ; 17- 

928e. 
Avid IJaM Idylls ( J . M. Barrio) 

3-435C. 
Auld Reekie (diet.) S-937b. 
Auld Robin, Orey 3-4 9 d. 
Auld Watt (ot Harden) : see 

Aiild Wires Lift, The, nit.. 



Auler, mt., Soot. : i 

Ben. 
Aulerci 6- 661 ft. 



AULIC COUNCIL 2-91 6 fl. 



Aulista dl Angelo 21-279d. 
Aulisva (god) 1-300&. 
Aullaguas. Bol. : mines 22- 

209c. 
AullviUe, Mo. 18-608 (C3). 
Auinage : see Alnage. 
Aulnay, Fr. 10-778 (D4) ; 6- 



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-BoiB, Ft. 10-778 (05). 
riv., Ft. 10-778 (C3) ; 



oetoma (leech) : gee Horee- 
OBto'matidae (fishes) 26- 



— , Ft. 10-T78 '. ,. 
Aultbea, Scot. 24-412 <C2). 
— group 27-621). 
Aultffowrie, Scot. 23-741d. 
Aultman, ArU. 2-544 (C2). 
Aultnabreac, Soot. 24-412 (El); 

4- 9 5 9c. 
Aultnacallagach, Scot. 24-4 

(Dl). 
Aultsville, Can. 20-114 (Fl). 



Pll). 



4SS&1 with Boulanger 

Je, Alff. 1-643 (Bl)i 

E (An... -. _ 

10-778 (E2>; 12- 

AumaDce, riv., Fr. 10-778 (F4). 
Aumbrta j see Almery. 
Aumerle, Edward, duke ot : 

Aumery : *t Almery. 
Aumonim, J. 20-SOle. 
fcTTMONT /famlivl 2-9311). 



AUKCEL (diet.) 2-921c. 
AUNDH, state, India 2-921c 

14-382 (Fll). 
Aundhi, India 14-382 (19), 
' i, riv., Fr. : see Aulne. 



Auneuil. Ft. 10-778 (E3). 
Aungbinle, lake, Bur. 17-558a. 
AUNGERVYLE, RICHARD 2- 



802 (hist, map); 21-8 

.ufion, Sp. 2S-530 (D2). 
.unoy, Marie Catherine 
Jumel de Barncville c 
Motto, baronne d' ; 
Aulnoy. 
Itint Judy's Moaasine (Mrs 

Gatty) 11 -5 30c. 
-nnton. Queens. 2-960 (14). 
AUNT SALLY 2-922c. 
AllOb, riv., S.A1. 25-466 CE6 
Auob-goib, riv.. Ger.S.W.; 

Aupen. Ger. 11-808 (I. j7). 
Anns, Fr. 10-778 (H6). 
Aura, Not. 6-8 (Fl). 
AURA (diet.) 2-922e. 

"■-" 18-320d. 

harp) 15-4110. 

, , 14-211d. 

epilepticaQ-891d. 



- jhird^) li 



Auramazda : 



14-382 (F10) ; 



(B--. 

AURANGZEB ,— -„ 

peror) 2-922d; 14-403c; 19- 
117c; architecture 14-433d; 
land revenue 10-168c ; Sikh 



, Sergius ; see Orata, 
?, Fr. 2-923c; 10-778 



(Bl). 
— , riv.. Ft. 10- 
Aurea, Cappauocia : 

— Clicrsonesus 17-47' 



mere) 19-804 
78 (D3). 



l l-424o. 

... (D5). 

Ft. 10-778(1)5); lfi- 

recentiati (diet.) 14- 



— , fort. It. 16-4 (El). 
Aurelia (lex) 23-642 b. 
Aurella (zooi.) 24-520o ; __ 

535b (foil.); disk 14-144d 
'-. ■ 
AURELIA (Via), Tt. B-9230 ; 

1S-26 (C2-3); 1S-27C. 

— Aeclanoneia (Via), It. 1- 
244b. 

— AquensiB, Ger. : see Bi 
AURELIAN (Lucius Dorr 

AurelianuB) 2-923d ; 
S54d; 8-270b; 6-990h 



iani, It. 23-649 <C2). 

ianists 23- 3 4 2a. 

Man Springs, N.C. 19-772 



_ :3-607c 

Aureiia Orestilla 6-533d. 
AureliuB (bishop of Carthage) 

5-1 94c. 
Aurelins, N.Y. 19-598 (D3). 
Aurelins Arahrosius 25-961B,. 
— Augastihu 



AureOe, Ark. 2-552 (04). 
AURELLE DE PALAD1NES, 

L. J. B. d' 2-924b. 
Aurengabad, India ; see Aur- 

^wrenH3eoe"(J.Drydeii)8-611b. 
Aurenson, ft. ll-904d. 
AUREOLA 2-92 4c, 
Aureolin 21- 599a. 
Auree, mt., Alg. 1-643 (C2) ; 



Auric bTomide, &c. : see 

bromide, Sua. 
AURICH, Ger. 2-924d ; 
1J' -. ' 

acid. 
AURICLE (diet.) 2-925a ; „.. 

8-791c, 8-T94c, 13-122d ; 

heart 13-129b. 
AURICULA (bot.) 2-92 5a. 
— (zool.) ll-526a; 25-284b ; 

osphradium ll-524d. 
Auricular artery 2- 6 Bad 



129d. 
Auiicyanic aoid 12- 196c. 
Aurieia, Sp. ; see OrihuelB. 
Auriensin Sp.; gee Orenso. 
AURIFABER, ANDREAS Z- 

925c. 
— , JOANNES (Vlnarieaais) Z- 

925d. 
— , JOANNES (V^atlslarie^lSis , 



AnriCDac, Fr. 10-778 (E6 

STSd. 
Aiirigny, Ohan.Is. : see J. 

Ft. 2-926a; 



..Sp,: . _... 

AuBlya«e,Bolgium3-668(GS). 
AurLvaletSp.: see Orlhnela, 
Aurlanda Fi/ird, fiord. Nor. 19- 

804 (B2); 25-345e. 
AUROCHS 2-9860 ; 5-547d; 

27-795d. 
Auronectae 14- 16 Ob. 
Aurophorel4-lB0b. 
AURORA (goddess) 2-92Ta 

18-105d; ll-565b. 
Aurora. la. 14-732 (F2). 
AURORA, III. 2-927b ; 14-30 

(D2). 
— , Ind. 14-422 <H6>. 
— , Kan. 1S-654(E1). 
— -, Himi. 18-550 (E3). 
AURORA, Mo. 2-927c; IE 

608 (C5). 
— , N.C. 19-772 (F2). 
If-' ■ ■ 



-, Nov. 5 



■ (D2). 



— , Utah 27-814 (B-C4). 
— , W.Va. 28-560 (1)2). 
— , Isl., Pac.O. : sec Mai' 



r, U.S.) 19- 
s) 4-11 So. 



- Borealis 2-927o ; 
urara 



-50B 



forbuudet (Hwedish 
3ty)26-218b; 2-880b. 
lhTllte.Wis. 28-740 <D4> 
t Leigh (Browning) 4* 

a'plate21-519a. 



iiLCharles 22 -2 41a. 



:, mt., Alps ; see Bure, 



— , JOHN2-938d 



; 9-606o ; 15. 
nent 12-293C, 
jophy 9- 8 3 On. 



Bund, lake, Nor. 19-804 - 



-', lobe, N.E 



— , riv., j.t. ieu-dlto. 
lu Sable, Mich. 1B-372 (GS). 
-, pt., Mich. 18-372 (G5). 
-, pt., Mich. 18-372 (D3). 
-, riv., Mich. 1B-372 (G3) ; 1; 



lasm, N.Y. 19-596 

—"Forks," N.Y. 18-372 (■ 



AUSCULTATION 2-935a ; II 
'32d; 13-518b; 18-54a. 
scaliiro, It. 15-26 (B4) : s 



— , SARAH 2-940b ; 22-8B3c, 
^.STEPHEN FULLER 2- 



— , Miss. 18-600 (Bl). 
— , Mont. 14-270(02). 
— , Nev.B-8(E2). 
— , Oree. 30-242 (G3). 
— , Pa. 21-108 (F2). 
■ AUSTIN, Tes. 2-941a ; 26-6 
(K5); 22-293d. 



LnbnrK.G. 20-26 (II), 

— Co., Tex. 28'.690 (L6). 

— Frlara(monke): seeAugnst- 
inian Hermits. 

— Friars church. Lend. 16- 
941d; 1-aid. 

Austin group_7-417a. 
Austinvilie, Va. 28-118 (A-B4). 



; AUSTRALASIA 2-941c. For 

other references see under 

Australia, New Zealand. &c. 

Auatralasian Methodist Churob 

18-294a. 
Austral Downs 2-960 (F4). 

■ AUSTRALIA 2-941o; 2-960 
(map) ; array and defence 
2-95flb, 2-610h, 27-587a; 
chmate 2-945c ; Colonial 



s S-57a; 



«Com: 
t settle n 






ll-632b; drink question 16- 
770o, 26-581 ; drought(ia02! 
2-965b; earthqualce (187S! 
2-942d ; education 2-950c : 
excavations 2-95Sa ; ^i.ilii- 
■■ is 10-68d; " ' 



:11a 



S-199d, 4-56d 



moyamciit^-967b, 2- 
languages 2-95 Be, 

d.^Ari ■ 1^-,t-k„H .an. 



a. 3-4 (E2>. 

-*-— . Somlnd. 9- 

i9°14bT"l^844. * 
Iussec,Aus.3-4(C3);'2-9Tlb; 
a, Switz. 26-242 
: -iyiode 



^rfncs2-954d; 2-949C 

ipological position "■ 

i2-823c, 2-113a ; C 

orleiTi8-276o;divi 

m methods B-332c ; d 

Locephalio 8-r"" 



116d, 



2. 



(G3). 



26-i 



; 2 (G2) ; 



AUSSIO, Aus. 2-936a; 
(CI); batUe (1426) 1 
4- 12 6a, 



3-4 



-.JANE 
289a; sa 



ib; 9-639b; ■ 
als9-270r "" 
4-2 2 9c. 



kindling method 10-3990 ; 
initiatory rites 22-82 6c, 6- 
389c; language 21-428C ; 



ing26.45aa; totems 27- 7 9d, 
10-165a. 
— : ^nrfouKt(re2-950d; apple 
esporta ll-262d i cattlo- 
breoding 2-951a ; cotton 



-: Commerce and Industrie^ 
953d; cane-sugar 26-4Jd; 
cotton 7-278d, 7-2740 ; fish- 
eries 2-951b; German trade 
ll-8I4b; pearl trade 2- 
95lc: timber 10-648a, 2- 
951b; U.K. trade 27-601c; 
wine 28-717b, 28-7280 ; wool 



937 a, 18-2 lflb. 
— , Ky. 15-740 (D2). 
— , bridge, Paris 4-542c. 
Austhorne, Yorks 28-933 
Austin (de Bordeaux) 1-3 
— , ALFRED 2-93 So ; 8- 



— : Exploration 2-958 
960a; Bin-'- ' "*■'- 



ic ; Cook 



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269c, 14-270O : grasses 1 

S77D ; mammals 17-527a. 

AUSTRALIA : h 'inance 2-95 ib; 

2-9B9c; banking 2-954b, 2- 



662b; Ordovieian 20-237b; 
Pernio - Carboniferous 21- 
177a; Pleistocene zi-»3fih ■ 
Pliocene 21-847a; 



6-447b,2 

— : Wavy 

tlontoB 



6-0610. 

ppeal 2-aiaa, 
jany law 6- 
in2-965c, 10- 



uldi2-191d; lead 

13c; tin2-952b; 

-950b'; contribu- 
tish navy 4-6 13d; 
iat flotilla 4-613d. 
ion and lieligii 



2-973d; poultry farming 22- 
226d. 
lUSTRIA: Army 3-3c ; 2- 
610c; 2-603a; badges 27- 



590b, 27-5S2 (Plato*). 
— : Art: metal workers 21 

799d ; painting 20-512a 

sculpture 24-5 13d. 
— : Commerce and Industries 3 



7-2 9 3 a, 7-3 7 8e 
971b ; patent 



and spirit e 



S-72S 



f!7b. 



66id; Chinese 2-964b, i 
172b; immigration statisti 
18-129a ; Japanese 15-195 



n 28 -1006a foil 

; fauna 28-1007 

14-2690, 23-: 

21-782a ; see 



AUSTRASIA (: 



. _ canals 3- 

37a; railways 2-9T6c ; rail- 
way locomotive 22-851b ; 
state management 3-3Ic, 3- 
21d, 3-251) ; zoue system 3- 
424c. 
-: Constitution 3-2d; 2-9TSaj 
3-28h; constitution o[ 1849 
3-16d,7-475c; doctoral ]a 
<1907)3-37<lfoll. ; Februai 
constitution (1861) 3-26c 
3-17b. 7-475d; languat 
clause (1S67) 3-32a i pan 
graph fourteen (1867)3-36 

schools 14-S3ia; 'uniye 
slties 27-757b, 27-770a, 
-: Ftjiance2-976o;3-3a; civil 
list 6-412c ; coinage and 
currency 1B-708H, 19-902b, 



l-18b, 3-20d, 3-37c 
rts ll-Sfla; incom 
:i57b ; national del 
3-25a, 19-269b : « 
iftleicb. 

gy and Minerals 2 
i-974a; coal 6-578o 
e 2-974b j iron 14 



■Vaw 3-4b ; dockyards S- 

ips'z4-fl04d; uniforms 27> 
.-■3 b. 
— : Population 2-972o; 11- 



— : History (Austria and 
Austria -Hungary) 3-4d ; 
S-924, 9-928 (hist, maps); 
Babonbcrg rulers 3-91d; 
Bohemian relations 4- 
128a foU., 7-723d; Bosnia 
and Herzegovina acquired 
3- 790c f oh., 2-285 b, 27-464 b, 
9-951d; Bukovina annexed 
23-836d; Bulgarian polioy 
(1876)8-944; Banube Ques- 
'■ i 7-821d f(" " "-■-■ — 



Revr'-- 



16 - 570a ; 
o meals 19- 



8-195&; lei 
!5-312a; hb; 

y 24-901d, 24- 



8-832a; 






Fren< 



knighthood 1B-S62c, 15- 
194b;regalia7-516c; si 



2-9 7 3o» 10-6470; 



Habsburg rulers la-itticr 
Italian relations (1815-1870) 
15-48b, 14-913a; Italian 
relations (1882-1910) 8-940a 
foil., 15-43b foil.; Mace- 
donian policy 17 ■ 221d ; 
Metternich's foreign policy 
18-306a, 2S-54a, 27-1037b ; 
Napoloonic wars 9-933a, 19- 
217a foil., 19-216c ; Papacy, 
relations (from ISoo) 20- 



1739) 27-447c foil., 12-346a 
see also Empire, Holy Komai 
and Hungary. 

Austria, sound, Arct. ll-37c. 

AUSTRIA, LOWER, pray. 3. 
lb; 3-4 (D2); for othcj 
cntrios see above undei 



stltute2-S41b; 9-B75b. 
- brome grass S-l 53d. 
-Corps (Persia) 21-200d. 

Co. 25-851c; 25-S59b ; 



— . . . . . . 

Berg. 
AUSTRIAN 



13.603a, 15-43b; Pruss 
volleys 14-523 (PI. IX.) : P-^ 
miy's share 2-9 1 6b ; Silesfan 



; 3-22c; 3-4d. 



richungsclivago 2S-211b 
!5-3.«c. 

at, pass, Alps l-743a. 
iatac, tribe 27-261d. 
ga Co., Ala. 1-460 (C3). 
ek. riv., Ala. 1-460 (C3 
jjavlllc, Ala. 1-160 (C3) u 
g, lake, Braz. 4-440 <D3). 
sts, rocks, Chan.Is. 24- 



Je; church 2 
ion of Engllsl 



Autlan, Mex. 18-318 (Dtt) ; IS' 

Autney, Ga. 11-752 (B2). 

Auto-airship gun 20- 2 21c. 

ll-337a. 
Autobasidium U-339ft. 
AUTOCEPHALOU9 3-45h. 
Autochrome21-501d: 
AUTOCHTHONES 3-45b ; 8' 



breccia and Cr&6h-conglo<i; 

AUTOCLAVE 3-4 5o. 
Autocles 14-200b. 
AUTOCRACY 3-4oc. 



todax3-528b; 3-527b. 



AUTOLYCUi 
Autolysis 20-93 'in'. 



(title) 8- 3 46b. 
IS 3-47a: 25-141 

— 3-47b. 



— swell 12- 9 5 9a, 

— tool 27-24d. 
AUTOMATIC WHrTING 3 

47b;25-1063a;2S-706d. 
AUTOMATISM (philos.) 3-48a 



790b. 
AUTOMATON 3-lSo ! 6-9440 

6- 1) 4 fid. 
Autotnaiopoieticci 13-37 Hd. 



AutonoS4-931c; 2-493d. 
Autonomic system 26-288b. 
Autonomists (souiol.) 14- 6 94b. 
AUTONOMY 3-48d; 19-7a ; 

16-83 9a. 
Autophagy, artificial 10-193C. 



Autorite; L' 






sight. 
Autostylie <dlct.> 14-259c 

Autotomy (diet.) 14-146a. 
Autotype 21-519c. 
Autoxidizer(diet.)20-423c 
An TVs.r.,, Mich. 18-372 (D; 
T, JOSEPH 3-49a; 



rvillo, Ga. 11-752 (C4). 



— wood (diet.) 28-978b. 
4UTUN, Fr. 3-49b; 10-77S 
(G4); l-245a; cathedral B- 

iiitun, shale of 21-'l77a. 
ilitunian group ll-670e. 
\UTUNITE 3-49o. 
iutunois, dlst., Fr. 24-I99b. 



er;Swita.26-S42(B3) 



-, Fr. 10-7T8 (E5). 



20-662 (C1J; 
L. 24-409d; 



25-790b; 26-91a 



(D4). 
Aux Cayes : see Lcs Cayes. 
AUXENTIUS (of Cappadocla) 

3-5Ua; 27-366e; 13-459a. 
Auxentlus, mt., Bithj^nia 23- 

523o. 
AUXERRE, Fr. 3-50a ! 10- 

778 (F4); 10-802 (hist. 

maps) ; 4-821b ; cathedral 

oil 3-370b, B-370b. ' 

'Is, dist., Fr. 21 

1-2 5 2c. 

gramophone 2_ 

■es, pt., Mich. 18-3 

;b., riv., Mleh. 18-: 

fe-Chateaus, Fr. : 



- Forces, British 2-614d ; 



Forces, Special Resc 
.uiiUutn 27-264a ; 27 
- burgi 26-372b. 
-comitatuel-435c 



AUXIMUM, It, 3-5 



-St 



Fr. 10- 4 8 4c. 



, kingdom of : see 
ite kingdom. 
d, Mo. 18-608 (E2). 
, riv.. Mo. 18-608 (E3), 
Chateau, Fr. 10-778 



-778 (F4). 
(Daufle d« 



Prades) 22-499c. 
Uuia, Alg. ; see Auniale. 
Luzon, Fr. 10-778 (F5). 
-, riv., Fr. 5-386a. " 

813d'; 18-381d. 
L.V. (abbrey.) l-30a. 
Lva ; see Dufiorlu and Ayi 



20c ; 4-844a. 
— , III 14-304 (C6). 
— , Mo. 18-608 (B5). 



Aval, isls., Pers. Oulf : see Bah- 

Avala.'mine, Scrv. 24-687b. 
— , mt„ Serv. 3-681d ; 6.376a, 
AVALANCHE 3-51b ; 10-646<L 
Avalanche, riv., Fr.I.C. 23- 

1009a. 
Avalanches, pass, Dauphine" 

Alpsl-742b. 

AVALLON, Fr'.' 3-oIb ;' 10-778 



Avallon (myth.) 



[saint) 16-97C ; 
S(D5). 



— , Mo. 18-608 (C2). 
— , N,J. 19-502 (C5). 
— , Wis. 28-710 (E6). 
~ penin., Nfd. 19-479 (D3) ; 
9-478b; 3-288a; geology 



AVAL-AZEG 



Avalon, Isle of, ridge. So 

430 (VI. Gl];3-51c. 
Avalon group 22-267a. 



Avail (daughter at Adam and 
Eve) 10-lc. 

Aranuon, Svrite. 26-242 (CI). 

—.riv., Switz. 23-27 lc. 

Avanoy, Her. 18-310 (plan). 

Avandale. A. Stewart, baron 
(d. 1488) 19-988d. 

— , A. Stewart, baron (3. 1513): 
see Ochiltree, Andrew Stew- 
art, boron. 

Avanhandava. falls, Braz. 21- 
7S7b. 

Avant, Ark. 2-552 (B3). 

Avaiitaillc (armour) :see Avcn- 

Avant garde gencralc 25:990c. 
Avanti, town, India : see 

Ujjain. 
— , pro v., India : see Malwa. 
Avanti (language) 14-4S8c; 



Avard, La. 17-51 (Bl). 
— , Okla. ZO-fiS(Cl). 
Avare, L' (aolicrc) 18-f 



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u(ft) Bourgos 
Avariuo, Gr. : see 1'ylos. 
A v»ris(IIa«-arl>,Egy. 14-175(1 

r. 12-421 (Dl). 

-489d; 5-54Sb 

- (people mi tlie Danube) 23' 



AVARS (Catic 



__27-470d; 



b 5-892c, 10-809d, 3-5o : 
iBtantiiiople 13 - 310b j 
,nkUh wars il-8.lld ; ori- 



i, hill, Swed. 12-9 32 d. 



Ave, riv., Port. 25-530 (A2) ; 

22-135b; 9-660c. 
Avenue Vale (Swinburne) 17. 

AVEBURY, J. LUBBOCK, 
baron 3-51d ; ants and bees 
2-38a, 3-630a; finance 3- 
339b ;Stenehenge theory 25- 
9tilb. 

AVEBURY, Wilt?. 3-SSb; 9- 
..■■!■■ i . .'■■ - ■ 

AVEIA.'lt. 3.52c; 15-26(D3). 



veiros, Braz. 4-J10 (K 
vela, Sp. : see. Avila. 
velan (admiral) 9-049 
902a. 
veland, C. E. Ilea 



159d. 



nl3- 



land, hundred, Lines. 18- 

1 15c. 
Aveley, Ess. 16-913 (E3) ; 9- 

738a. 
— , manor, Salop. 24-1021d. 
Aveline de ForUbus, counteas 

of Lancaster 8-948d ; 13- 

197c. 
Avellnes, Alfred. : see Hasselt 

A. II. C. van. 
Avellon (myUi.) : see Avalon. 
AVELLA.lt. 3-52d;15-4(C6>: 

8-42Sh. 
— , Pa. 21-106 (B5). 
— , mte.. It. 15-4 (C6). 
Avollan (admiral) : see Avelan 
Avellaneda, Fernandez de, 5' 

TflCa ; 17-78SC ; 25-5 83a. 
— , Nicolas 2-471& 
iTellano a-HHb. 



Lvella Vecchia, It. 3-52d ; S- 

122c. 
kvelli, Xante 5-734o. 
1VELLINO, It, 3-53a ; 15-1 

<E4) ; 15-6a. 
- ( Prineipate TJ lteriorc),pro v. , 

It. lS-7ar 15-1 Oa. 
Lvellloo, Itanulf oi : see Ra- 

nulf of AliEe. 
veion, rlv., Fr. 3-599b. 

Maria bell : see Angolu; 



lelL 
14-187 



i Btella" (hyr 



— flavescens : see Golden oa 

— nuda : see Naked oat. 



18-239d, 18-227a. 
Avonburv, Hereford 9-420 

(111. B2). 
Avcncehrol : see Ibn Gabirol. 
Avenohes, Switz. 28-242 (C3) ; 

26-2520 ; 26-2 55c ; 13-254a. 
Aveneac (Dot.) 12-37flb; 12- 

3711; 12-3750. 
Avenell. William 12-797b. 
AVENGER OF BLOOD 3- 

AVENGERS (society) 3-530. 
Avenhoru, Holi: 13-588 (E2). 
Avonine, Glos. 9-420 (III. C3). 



AVENTAIL 3-53c. 

15-26 (a'u : see a 
Aventi'no mil, Ron 



AVENT1NUS 3-S3e. 
Aventioncrs 14-52 lo. 
AVENTURINE 3-54a. 



AVERROES 3-58b; 2-281a 
anatomy i-92(ib ; Aristotle 
interpretation of 20-633b 



4Hh ; oh a. 
hrenology 



Averrnista l-57fib : i 

olity 22-i58b, 25-60d 

AVERRUNCATOR 3-5 



-.Richard of 19-182d;'i 



AVERSA, It. 3-59a ; 15-4 (B6) 
23-400c, 13-274(1. 



-, Te*. 26-690 (N2). 



phoBphateB21-476a. 



Aveton C'iifford, Dev. O-410 

(VI. K3). 
AVEYRON, dept. 3-5Sb ; 10- 



c-Maeaya, IT. A. Pasca 



AVICENNA 3-6 
anatomy 1-92 
991a; geolos 



] ; Bin 



_. .philosophy 

!-27Sb; physiognomy 21- 
.51a; Itaimisio's trans- 
ition 2Z-SS2b; simples 21- 
53c j surgery 26-127a ; 



b 12-SWSd. 
a 17-5*~ 



ot. 24-418 (A2); 



16-122d. 

"Avidity" (race horse) 13. 

7l)2d. 
Avidya (theosophv) 26-T91a. 
Aviemore, Scot, 24-412 <E2>. 
AVIENUS, R. FESTUS 3-63ol 

16-266b. 
Avigait, Green. 12-513 (D5). 

AV1CL1ANA, It. 3-G3u; 15-1 
AviKllano. It. 16-4 (B-l) ; 8- 



Arab capture 22-503d ; cli- 
mate 27-953b; eonncil [1209; 
5-379b; paivnshop 20-972d : 
pottery S-737d ; printings?- 
533b; univCTs ! t>-27-756c. 
.vienm.et, Fr. 14-5026. 
^vikom, tribe 1-SMd ; 15-DOn, 
.vila,' Francisco Luoae de 26- 

e (fl. 1522) 



ro Arias de : ate Davila, 

icnde/ de B3-282c. 
nho d' 17-50d. 
ic. 8-S11 (C2). 

Sp. 3-64dj 25-53C 



Avila, mte., Sp. 2S-530 (C2); 3- 

AV1LA, prov.. Sp. 3-64o ; 25- 

5::0 (C2) ; 26-53 1c. 
AVILA Y ZUN1GA, LUIS DE 



;. 26-690 (N3). 



Ko. 8-911 (D2). 
rtron.): see Amis, 
us. 1-192H. 



iviston. III. 14-304 <C5). 
Lvitabile, 1'. di B. 21-28iib. 



ld;23-814b. 
rchbishop of Vienne) ■ 
4e; l2-5G4d; MSS. i 



: ■■ . 



Fort, 



AVIZANDUM 3-65d. 
Avlnard (French gen.) 1- 
Aviac, Fr. 10-778 (F3). 

AVLONA I Anion, Valon 
ona), Turk. 3-65d; I 
(A3). 

— , gull, Turk. 3-65(1. 



— , Ind. 14-422 (D7). 
— , La. 17-54 (a7). 
— , Minn. 18-550 (B7). 
— , Neb. 19-324 (R4). 
— , N.Y. 19-596 (C3). 
— , Pa. 21-106 (L3) ; 21-68 
— , 'fas. 26-438 (Bl). 



1-3S (B2>. 



., Ire. 3-6Sa ; 14- 



AVOCADO PEAR 3-B8a ; 



AVOIRDUPOIS 3-66b ; 2 
541d; 28-4N9a; 28-480b. 
Avola, Sic. 15-4 (EB) ; 25-22a. 
Avollon (myth.) ; M Avalon, 
Avon, Colo. 6-722 (B2). 
— , Ja. 14-732 (133). 
— , 111. 14-30-1 <B3). 
— , Mass. 17-S52 (E2). 
— , Minn. 18-550 (C5). 
— , Mont. 14-27fi(C2). 
— , N.Y. 19-596 (C3). 



S-506 «J5). 

-814 (CI). 

ot. 24-412 (E2); 

fogo. : we Togo, 
ike, Scot. 3-74UC. 
t, 24-412 (E2); 1- 

.19-8.31 (B2); 19- 

■on 9-430 (VI.EiS); 



S.Dak. 



6-132b. 
AVON, riv., 

Hampshire) 

(II1.D5). 
AVON, riv., L.^. .. 

Bristol) 3-66c; 9-420 (III. 



9-420 



C4); 


12-1 


3a ; 4-5T9b ; 25- 


3S9a 






AVON, 




Enjr. (Upper or 
3-66d ; 9-420 


War 






D2) 


; 4-581 (C5) [ 


geolo 


gy2B 


341d. 




N.2. 


6-274d. 




Seo 


. (Clyde) 24-412 


-■-, 








Sco 


(Forth) 24-418 


(D3) 




27d; 16-7 Sid. 




Seo 


. (Spey) 24-412 
4Hb i geology 4- 


!e2)' 


-!■ 



— , riv., Vict. 28-38 (D2). 

— . riv., Wales 9-428 (V. D4) ( 

ti 1-lSb : 12-73o. 

AvOTbeg,riv 1 .S'ire,i4-74i(El). 
Avon, Blaok, riv., Scot. : see 



ivonbridge, Scot. 24-418 (D3). 
Won by the Sea, K..I. 19-50S 

(E3). 
Lvondale, James Douglas, earl 

of: see Douglas, Jamea 

Douglas, 7th earl of, 
ivondule, Ala. 1-460 (C2). 
— , Colo. 6-722 (1'3). 
-, Ire. 3-66a. 
— , Pa. 21-106 (L6). 
— , W.Vb. 28-560 (K4). 
— , castle, Scot. 25-009b. 
Ivondalo (barony) ! see Aran- 

LTondim (Laggan), riv., Scot 

10-679b; 1-52H. 
Won Downo. Anatr. B-9R0 

-■<§„'i. 

a. 21-106 (Bl). 
"tOUP 3-67a. 
, BARRY YEL- 

1st viscount 3-67b. 
s. Pa. 21-106 (C-D4). 
re. 14-744 (E4) ; 3- 

th, GIos. 9-420 (III. 



Clifton Gorge. 

1-106 (Bl' 

AVONIAN GROUP 3-67 



B3)T 4 

Avon Park, 1'la. 10-540 (E4). 
Avon river sandstones 2B-39d. 
Avontuur, Cape Col. 25-466 

<FB). 
Avon Water, riv., Soot. 24-41S 

(C3_). 
—.West, Conn.: see West 

rocke, Jap. 15-150 (S2). 



168 (CI); 26-910b; 1 
LVra'nc'hcs, Maude of 7-325o 



Avranohin, dist., Ir. 17-542d j 

19-74Ub. 
Avratynsk, hills, Russ. 23-873 

(C6); 23-874 (I. A2) J 28- 

195a. 
Avroa-davan, pass, Turkestw 



vngha, 1 
vril, Pau 



a, Paris 20-Slld. 



nt., Alps l-743b. 
,-Buars, tribe ! see Afshars. 
;tovac, Aus.Hung. 4-282a. 
nillu-kol, lako, Xurkest. 26- 
428a; 16-991b. 



glass. 
, , 

1005 b.' 
Lwa, Ja 

Boshu. 
-,riv., I... 
Lwa (drink) 



vadh. 



ee Ashu and 

Fr.Gui. 12-G82b. 

Somlnd. 25-379 

!., India i see 

rl3-491b. 

et) 13-479o ; 13- 






7-785a. 
AWAJI, isl., Jap. 3-67o ; 16« 

156 (13); 15-204b. 
Awaji, porcelain 15-1850. 



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Iwaka, tribe 1 



AVAL-AZEG 



IAyutla, Mas, 18-318 (F5-41. 
Ayyazovsky, Ivan 26-769d. 
Ayyub (fatter of Saladln) i 



■LES -THERM EI 



Aylono, John'l2-5. 






Ayyubito (dynasty} 9-92a[ 9* 
93b ; 5-53c. 




4(rv.jc 




Az, l'era. 3-102<L 
Aza, Vital 25-S86b. 


Avlvria (Watta-D 


nton) : 




Azabii, Jap. 26-104Sb. 

Azad (Indian author) 13-49Ia- 


AYMARA, tribe 






— Khan (ot Azerbaijan) 21- 
235c. 


8-2 00b, 1-Slld; 


skin colo 




— Khan (of Kharan) 3-296c. 
Azad, Afg. 14-376 (A3). 


AYMER (.fctheliiia. 






Azad bur, mtB., Pcra. 8-16-tb. 








Azadiraehta Iudica : see Nim. 
Azaf Jah : see Asaf Jali. 
Azals, Jacques 22-5fl2b. 






—.PIERRE HYACINTHE 3- 








Azak Kiiss - see Azov 


AymesWey, Here 






Azal <Uzal)'24-lZ5a. 
AZALEA 3-7Sd; 9-739(1. 


AYMESTRY LIMESTONE 


3- 


— indica : see Indian azalea. 








— pontioa5-5u0d; honey 13- 








654c. 








— proeumbene i-7.13a. 


Ayna, Sp. 25-530 ( 






— viscoea : see White honey- 






LY 6Gih V ' J ' °' 


Murray 


4- 


AzaUa'l'nd. 14-422 (F6). 




9-120 (I 




Azambuja, IMogo d' 12-205OJ 

8-172d. 
Azambuja, Santa Catherlna, 




eeAJodh 










AZaSJgARH, India 3-79a I 


75Se; 2-i68d. 












14-376 (KG-7). 








Azani GowriEhankar Yodey- 








shankai 28-36 jc. 








Azammur (Azamor), Mor. 18« 








851 (C-D2); lB-850d ; 17- 


AYR, Scot. 3-7; 






30.1a. 
— , cape, Mor. 18-850d. 
Azam Shah (eon of Awangzebl 

3-207C ; 3-927c 






24- 


Azam Shrihi 3-927o. 
AZAN(rel.)3-79b. 
A-Zandch, trine ; see Nlam- 




I^ot M 




Azangaro, Penl 21-264 (D4). 

Azara^Don Felix do 3-79ci 
oyra 10-101d; jaguarondi 


AYRER, JAKOB 






16-125d. 
— , DON JOSE NICHOLAS DE 

3-7 9c. 
Anara. lake, Arg. l-961b. 














Azara (but.) 13-773d. 








Azara one, Kp. 13-2 i 6c. 
























Azarchel : see Zorkala. 


— Ilttiod. 25-46fi' 








AYRSHIRE, coin 






Uzziah. 




i); 24- 




— (companion of Daniel) : see 
Abednego. 

AZARIAH (son of Ethan) 3- 
79d. 

— (son of Hilkiah) 3-79d. 

— (son of Hosliaiah) 3-79d. 








— (aon of Jekorain) : set 
Ahaziah. 

— (aone of Jeboehapbat) 3" 
79d. 

— (son of Jelni)3-79d. 

— (son of Jeioham)3-7Bd. 


—.WILLIAM EDWARD 




— (son ot MaaHciah) 3-794. 








— (eon of Nathan) 3-79d. 








— (son of Obed)3-79d. 








— (prophet) 3-7Sd. 








— (son of Zadok)3-7Bd. 








Azariah, Prayer of 7-SOSa. 


AYSCOUGH, SAM 


UEL 3-7 






AYS CUE (Ayse 




ilH 


— (companion of Daniel) : see 
Abedncgo. 






28- 


Azariya, Pal. ; see Bethany. 
Azarori, Fr.W.Af. 11 - 20* 


Ayaton, Ttntl. 23- 






AZAY-LE-RIDEAU, Fr. 3- 
79d; 10-77S <E4) ; chateau 
2-4133, S-960e. 

Azazail.St26-313a. 


; AYTOUN (Ayton 


, sir'r 


OB- 


Azazol (myth.) 13-186d; 9- 
651b. 


7 —.WILLIAM 


EDMON- 


Azcapuzalco, Mex. 18-332a. 








ABCarate,Clmnereindo25-588b. 


:11h 


tal.Arch 




Azcarraga, Marcelo de26-564a: 

25-5660. 
Azd, tribo : see Azditc. 
Azdi (tframruarJan) : see Mo- 

barrad. 
— (poet) r see Ibn P/uraid. 


; AYUB KHAN 3-7 






Aziiite, tribe 2-267d ; S-31d s 

5-HHc; Yaziil b. Mohallab 

5-34d. 
Azeca 11- 5 2 6c, 
Azedaracb 2-463o ; 16-347b 

21-130a; 17-27Sb. 
Azeslio, Lnigl Taparelli d' 21 ■ 

885d. 
— , MASSIMO TAPARELLI, 








AYUNTAMIENT 






Marduis d' 3-79d; 15-51a 1 



AZEK-AZ ZU 

I3-872d ; political treatise 
lS-SOd. 
Azekah, Pal. 15-518b. 






W.Af. 17- 5 64c. 



AZERBAIJAN (Azerbadegan), 

prov.. Pens. 3-8ud; 21-188 

(Alt; Georgian role !!■ 

I59o; Meeslanie rising 18- 

193d. 
Azerbaijania (race) 27- 

dialeot 27-47 3 a. 
Afcergnes, riv., Fr. 10-778 (G4); 

23-3730. 
Azes 18-11 Od. 
Azetiura, It. 15-26 (F4). 
Azevedo, D. Pedro Henriquez 

d' : ate B'oentes, D. P. H. d' 

Azevedo, comte de. 
Azgar, tribe 27-352b; 23- 

1006b. 
Aahar. El, mosque, Cairo 4-954 

(A4 &C2); 4-954o; 2-424a ; 

minaret 2-425a ; Moslem. 

university 18-900a, 26-104a, 



As- Hlbbeha. tribe :.( 

2-83 la. 
Azhikal, India 14-332 (FID: 

15-6*7d. 

Azides : see Azoimides. 

Azleu. fort, Fr. 17-175d. 

• " Mor. 18-851 (Dl) ! 

; 18- 85 4a. 



Azila, Mor. 18-8, 



AzimRarb, India : 
Aiimide 6-S9d. 



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Azophenin 14-5 07a. AzpSita, Sp. 28-530 (D-El) 

AzophenoIs3.°"- 



Azimuthal condensing- prism ; 
Agincourt. 



Azlne, riv., Fr. 5-47 4a. 

Aziru (of Ami 
-(ofPhoe ' 
ziz (Sulti 
65 5c. 

- (Sultan, Egypt) 9-102o ; 9- 
92h. 

- Abn Maneur Nlzar 9-96a ; 9- 
92a. 

- billah, al (Fatimite caliph) : 



Azizus (king of Homi 
Azllmzah 18-852 d. 
t (Spanish ge: 



l princes) : * 
rl> ;' 19-1 69a. 



AZOIMIDE3-R2d; 

tors 11-2930. 



Azopardo, M., Chll. 6-144c. 



— umbollirera 



(map) ; birds 3- 

Dom Miguel 22-152d i 
liah expedition (1597) 

Islands Voyage ; set 

l»-969d ; whale-flshery 28- 
571o. 
— , plateau, Atl.O. 19-972c 



d.): 



e Ruiz, J. 



Azosulphimos 8-59d. 
Azote: sf* Nitrogen. 
AZOTH (diet.) 3-86b. 



Anoturia 1B-I96d. 

AZOTUS, Pal. 3-85 
(B5): Ark 3-5 
Syrian domlnatio: 
24-fi46d ; Dagon' 
730b, 15-""'" 
chusI.9-_ 

AZOV, Euss. 



I. 9-87b; siege 3-S09b. 
u>, Euss. 3-85c; 23-872 
(E6j; 23-874 (I. OS) : Bel- 
grade treaty (1739) 27-453a : 
Constat] tlnoole treaty (17(1(1) 
12-226c, 27-452a; Hussian 
annexation (1774) 27-454a, 
23-902a; siege (1569) 24- 
BOBc; Timur 18-71801 trade 
route 21-57d ; Turkish ces- 
sion (1711) 23-897b, 27- 
45 2d. 
— - , SEA OF 3-85c ; 23-S7+ (I. 



eluded 27- 4 5 3 b. 
.zoxadne 8-59 d. 
.ZOXIMES 3-asd ; 6-59d. 
.zoxyanisol 7-585b. 
.zoxy benzene 3- 8 2e. 



Azpeita, S] 

12- 6 9 8c. 

Irak (Kharrjite Caliph) 17- 

423a; 5-30d. 

irak, riv., Egy. : see Blue 

Nile. 

iraki (Arab, historian) 2- 

274b. 
Azrakites5-30d; 5-3 Id ; doct- 
rine 17-423a. 
Azrar, pasa, Mor. 18-861 (D3). 
— , riv., Mor. 18-851 (D3). 
Azret, C.Asia : see Turkestan. 
A/riyau of Jaudi 15-313c 
Azru, Mor. 18-851 (E2). 
— , mt., Mor. 18-851 (Fl). 
Aztec, Ariz. 2-544 (B3). 
— , N.Mex. 19-520 (CI); 19- 

521e 
— , pass, Ariz. 2-544 (B2). 
— Divide, pass, Aiiz. 2-544 

A»t^ , dwarf 3 8-740c 

AZTECS, trtbo3-86a';lB-329d; 
18-322d; architecture 18- 
332c ; cannibalism 5-185b ; 
Cortes' conquest l-806d ; 
drama 8-487d ; language 8- 
200a ; mytlinloRy 13-869b : 
Saecula festival 10-401a ; 
serpent worship 2-52e ; 
Zodiaoal siRns 28-9950. 

Aztlan. ancient country 3-S 

Aeua, Hai. 12-824 (B2) ; 
194u. 

— , cape, Peru Zi-26* (B4). 

AZUAOA, Sp. 3-8Ba ; 25' 



■v., Ee. 3-8' 



(C3). 

Lzuav, mt., Ec. 8-911c ; 7- 
613b. 

911 (B3Tr B".'9i7a. 
Izubah 0>Ibl.)4-98fid. 
izud ed Dowleh ; see Adoi 

add aula. 
Izuer, riv., Sp. 25-530 (D3) 

6-401d. 
Izucro, penln., Pan. 5-871 

(B7); 20-664b. 
Lzuey, lake, Hal. 12-824 (B2) 

lzufghur?swamp,Tndi«9-260a 
iKllfre, mt,. Are. 2-4t>2 (C2) 
l-9G3o; 2-161&. 



AZnea, Hum. 23-826 (B2), 
AzuT, Arg. 2-462 (D4) ; popu- 
lation 4-7 52c. 
— , int., Peru 21 -266b. 
Azulai, Hayyim 13-176a. 
Aaule]osl9-17a. 
Azulmic aoid 7-680c. 



— yama, mt., Jap. lS-157d; 

15- 15 8c. 
AZUN1, DOMENICO AL- 

bsrto 3-86b. 
Azura (bibl.) 10-4cj 24-703b. 
AZURAHA, GOMES EANNES 



AZURE (diet.) 3-8GC. 

— (herald.) 13-3 2 3b. 

— (precious stone) : ate Lapis 



a,Cft].5-8(S!4). 
oWnehia 11 -507 b. 



Azylia, At. 23-648 (E3). 
AZYMITES 3-Sfid. 
AKzali. Pal. : see. Gaza. _ 
Azzarini, mt., Alps 26-242 (II 4), 
Az«arola beds 23-230d ; 27- 
260. 

— d'Este'fd. i097): seeAlberto 
Aizo II. of Estc. 

— VI. (of Est«)9-792c. 

— VII. (of Este) 9-792C. 

— VIII. (of Este) 9-792d. 

— (of Ferrara) : see Aazo VII. 

— (°ofMilaii)28-128o; 15-36d. 

— (ofModcna): see Azzo VIII. 

— (of Reggio) : see Azao VIII, 

Azzolenus : see Azo (Jurist). 
Azzollno (of Este) : see Azzt. 

VI. (of Este). 
Az Zuhri 2-273d. 



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B-BACA 



Mabbrev.) l-30aj 4-428a» 

B(chem.): see Boron. 

B. (codices) 3-879o: explained 

3-881b. 
B (letter) 3-878. ; 17.188a, 
Ba (mjtli-) 19-13Sc. 
Ba- lake, Soot. (Grampians) 



~~lC3) 



lake, Scot. (Mull) 24-112 - 
""•- " n 10d. 

0-335 <Al) ; 10- 



Baasha (of Israel) 3-S68b ( IB- 
377b; Benliadad's league 7- 
78-11): IiamE.h2-7l3d. 

Baath, Albert Ulflk Z6-220c 

Baaumann, isla., PacO. : ea 
Samoa. 

_ab {of Armonia) : Bee i-ap, 

Bab, Art. 2-351! (C4). 

— . isl., Somlnd. 23-379 (CS) 
25-3810. 

Bab (title) 3-94b. 

"-" 'IrlY., Egy. 9-40 (B3). 
(king of Armenia) : se 



Baacliinjt, race l-330c 
BAADEB, FRANZ XAVER 

voa 3-87b ; 26-T89C. 
Baadsfjord, fjord. Nor. 19- 

(Gl). 
Baad UlgaraB, Somlnd. 25-379 

(E-F5). 
Baafa, St: see Bavo. 
id.. Den. (Jutland) 8- 



— . mt., Turkest. 27-420 (Di) ! 
26-9 lOd. 
-. passes, Afg. 13-332a 



2i(JJ 



iilb; Israelites lE-377d; ■ 
Mt. Carmel sacrifice 5-358a ; 
phalUcism 21-345o; Phoe- 
nician 21 -456b; Saturn 24- 
231d; Seth 9-53d; Zeus Ata> 
hyrius 21.315b. 
-(Mclkart) 3-80a i 21 -456a ; 
C'arth agi ninna 6-429d ; Is- 
taolitcs 1-429B,; Melicortes 
18 - 9 4c jTyrc temple 27-549b, 

I. (king of Tyre) 21-452a; 



Ba'al-Aiiimon 2i-456b; 

429d. 
Baal at haedrat 5-429d. 
Baalath ol Byblos; gee 

BAALBEK, Svr. 3-890 ; ^o- 
305 <E2); S-39a; coinage 
19-890c; temple 2-384b, 8- 
421a: see also Beliopolis. 

Baal-borith 3-88d ; 24-816d. 

Boalgad, Pal. 3-S9d; 4-943 d ; 



— Budan (Hahotn. saint) 15- 

027a. 
Baba Budan, mta., India 14- 

391b; 15-626d. 
BABADAQ. Hum. 3-SU; 23- 

lt., Cane. 23-874 

"'sfe.il__ 

Efikl, Turk. 2' 
. ibaeua 6-33Sb. 
Babahan, Pera. 

Babatioyo, Ec 8-911 (BS-3) ; 

8-9I7a. 
— , riv., Ec. 8-913c. 
Babai, riv., India : gee Sarju. 
Baba:ch, Serv. 24-0S6 (Bl). 
Bubain, Egy., battle (1167) 9 

98a. 
Baba Jaga (witch) 25-230d. 
Babak (the Ehorra-nilo) 5-lTf 
"Jaba-talo, capo. Asia M. : st 

— .Kul, U 'fek^ i ^rurfeest 6-16 

iq15-949c 



925 b. ' 
Bahanus (hot.) 2 



■I0i1. 



Baba Planina, mte., Turk. 27- 

426 (B2). 
labar. Bal. 14-370 (B-C4). 
-, isl., Mal.Areh. 17-466 

(F-G4). 
-, isls., Mat. Arch. 17-4 GO (F4); 

18-GSla. 
' ■ ™ ■■ .Persian dull.' 



m : see Jacob ben 



Babadtt' 



, PaL : see Klr- 



Baal-Meon, Pal. : . 
Baal -Moloch 18-55 



Basid u. 
Babashal rupee 3-41: 
Babataa, Rum. : see 
Babau.MaI.Arch. 17-4,uu^ju,> 
Baba Vrlth, mt., Albania 1 

482 b. 

Babb, S. l$ctiolaon 24-50Ja 

Sabba, Rom. At. 23-048 (B3). 
abbaepmbe, bay, Dev. 9-43 



1 Her 



l Tobh,. Israel 13- 



(VI. F... 
Babbage, Benjan 

2-9611). 
—.CHARLES 3-9ta: 

latin? machine 

logarithm tables 2 
) i -holder 27- 10c. 



Babeook Creek, riv.. NJ. 19- 

"12 (CS). 
.da, Sji. S 
ua-lJe, lake, .* 

(Bl)i 14-490C. 
Babek : see Papak. 
BABEL 3-91u ; 2S-305 (F3) ; 

tower of 4-2T6c. 11-5785, 19- 

JU3o. 

•, isla., Tas. 86-438 (Bl), 
— , kingdom: sec Babylonia and 

ib-el-Abwab (Bab-el-Kha- 
did), Derbont, ltuss. 8-8ic. 
— jil-Iladid, pass, C.Asia : see 

. -Mandob, Acab. 2-2 64 [E6 ). 
BAB-EL-MAXDEB, str., Arab. 

3-91U: 2-264 (AG). 
Babcltop (Babeltljuap), Isl., 

Pac.O. 20-436 (C4)i 21- 

6«b. 

dbel und Bihel (Bellteseh) 7- 

964d; 23-OGSc. 
BABENBERO (ismilrt 

3-So: 28-022d. 
"Babenberg" (battleship) 24- 

l>o23-G78a. 

mselrn Maria, 

B8c 

or. 11-808 (II. 

BABL. ......„„ __ 

92fi; Agra 1-382! 

U-917c; Indian ii 

402b ; Eandohor 15-040c; 
Nyaaeans 3-2280 ; Panipat 

20-078d: Shnibani El 

18-719e; tomb 15-625a. 

Baber lot Pcraia) 21- 2 2 8a. 

Babcr, E. O, (traveller) 2-739a 

,'SuiT. 23-29b. 
r, hydrophobij 






Babibli 25 -3 80b. 

Babichka Plsuina, mts., Sorv 

24-086 (C-D21. 
Babio : see Bawbee. 
BABII3H 3-9-ib: Nasniddit 

21-2ildi Niriz insurccctioa 

19-7090 ; Zonjon massaoci 

28-97 Oa. 
Babil, Bob-Ill : see Bahvlon. 
Babina, India 14-370 (117). 
BabinherK, Ger. : seeBambere. 
Babine, lake. Can. 4-000 (D2). 



247b ; goniometer 12-334(1. 

BAB1NGTON, ANTHONY 3- 

95c ; 9-5:14(1 ; 24-448a ; Mary 

Stuart 17-822bj Walflinff- 



ITamelyn do Baalun. 

Baalxebab : see BoeliebiuS, 
Baal Zcphon : see Zephon, 
Baamba, tribe 27-559a. 
Baar, Swif_ 26-242 (F2)j 28- 

1047d. 
— , riT.. Ger. 14-867d. 
Baaras (herb) 17-5fl6b. 
Board, Hod. 13-588 (CI). 
llaarlaam et Josapbal 27-1841. 
Baarlo. noil. 13-.188 (D3). 
BAARN, HolL 3-90d! 13-58 



i, Northumb 

' riv^ Pa. 21-106 



3-974b; 28-1010d 

Himalaya 13- 4 7 5a. 
Babcock, Al^iaeus 21-571a. 
— , Orvllio E. 4-582d; 24- 



i> .-- . ,-i 



blun, Licir, convonl 
1-954 (B2)j 4-B55a. 
bo, C. H. h. von : 



„ law 27-81. _ 

ibo, riT„ Ft. Cong. 11-9: 
(B2). 
Babocsai battle JIS56) 2& 

BabouuC Hung; 13-E9Sb. 
Buboc 3-96d. 
Babonao 1-3 30a. 
Babooi i see BabnL 
BABOON 3-96d;_ ,22-33Ib ; 



laboosio Brook, riv_ H.R. 
19-190 (DO), 
iaboriuivari, mta.. Aria. 2-i 



14-501d. 

BaOouviats lo-asSd. 

Babriawur, disl,, India 15- 
0951. 

BABR1US 3-9Gd; 11-11J 
2O-509o : Aeaop'a fablos 
270d, 10-llld, 15-2S0b. 

Babu (bisliop) 9-678e. 

BABU (Indian) 3-971). 



118q; standards, military 10" 
454b; toola9-08d; trade 3- 
118b: weights and measuroi 
28-482d, 28-484d foil. Set 
also Irak-Arabi. . 
BABYLONIA AND ASSYRIA) 
AH and Archiiecture 3« 
108a { 3-104 (Plates); 2- 
374b; 20-463o ; architec 
ture 2-343b : base 3-458b ; 
Bismya 4-lla ; capitals 5- 
270a; clay-tablets 5-710b, 
3-105 {Plato), 4-2Ub, 19- 
708b ; domes 8-390b ; ear- 
ringa 8-799a ; fountaina 10- 
747d; furniture ll-S63di 
gem - engraving 1 11 - 562a 
(Plate), 24-53flb. 12-804d I 
inaeripliona 14-6iya, 11- 
382c, 7-805b ; ivory earving 
15-96a; Jewelry lS-367c ; 
glasa 12-9Sd: Lagash dis- 

icliots 16-234b ; Layard'« 
cxeavations 16-312a ; Palow 
tine excavations 5-142a| 
metut-work 18-207c; Nip- 

femples 26-6I0o : towers 
27-110a( vaults 27-95 6d ; 
waU-relle£a 19-lGc, 20-484b j 



Babul, 



io 19- 6 30c. 



e Eawal. 



Babul (troo) ll-256a ; l-90o. 
Baburna (dialect) 3-a59a. 
Babundi, W.Af. 5-113a. 
Ba-Bundo : see Mbunda. 
Babnngcrti i see Niam-Nitt— 
Babuaar, pass, India 12-21n; 
13-1"- 



•ije, Aus.3-4 (E5). 
■872' (D2). 



hannel, Itod 
eatbolieus) 



,Serv.24-68fl[D2). 

Babuyan, lsl., P.ls. 2' "" 

(B2). 

— Claro, mt, PJs, 21-393a. 
Babuyanes, Jsls., P.ls. 21-39" 

(A-ii2) j 21-393n, 
Bubwende, tribe I-3S0b, 
Baby, Louis Francois Georges, 

18-791 d. 
Baby (diet.) 3-97b I se, 

Infancy. 
BABY-FARMING 3-971); 6- 

139a. 
Babying (In football) 10-623a. 
Baby las, St23-1011a. . 
Babylon, Egy. 4-956C ; fl-90c i 



'tress" *3-I03d;" 
el2-713d; Ho. 



10Gb, 3-109a; Manicha 

21-221b; Nabonidos3-l 

second dynasty 3 ■ !■ 

Semiramts founder 24-G17a ; 

Shabns.Tieser II. 3-104c; 

Tukum-in-Aristi 3-104b, 3- 

107b. 
Babylon (bibl.) 21-29fla. 
— , N.Y. 19-596 (G5) ; 13- 

954a; population 16-983b. 
Babylon (S. Hosa) 23-722a. 
Ilabvlon, Fortress of, Cairo 

4-954 (B2) ; 4-955a. 
Ba.bylonia, prov. 15-403d i 7- 

8 3 2d. 
BABYLONIA AND ASSYRIA 

3-99c; agriculturp 3-'"" 



biblieal 3-868a, 3-8Jlbj. 
" Creation " and " Deluge rf 
tabiete 6-310b. 
-: History 3-102a ; 3-110b; 
2-751a; Arabia 2-263d| 
Ardashir I. 2-4480; Cyrui 
7-707d. 21-207d; Egypt 9- 
S6d ; Elam 9-140d J Indian 
ti-ado 4-lSSc ; Median inva- 
siona 18-21b; Mesopotamia 
18-183b; Mithradates 1. 1S- 
62fld; Phoenicia 21- 451e; 
priesthood 22 -31 7c; sabbath 



1 17b J Ales 
of 17-2" " 



"altara l-759d i 



cosmogony 7-21 6d f „.. 
mythal-269e; Deluge: 
7-977b: see also Chron 
above ; demonology 
5d; eschatology 9-761a, a 
121e ; Hebrew religion 3 
865a, 1-I70a, 20-6l2a ; in 
censo 14-350b ; Manflaeisr 
17-555a, 17-557b ; Mani 

parallols 18.194b ; monc 



8- 



13-1 



9-89Bd, 6-272a : 



; Hellenism 13- 



-317b; prophets 
temples 3*117b. 
l.'rim and Thum- 

captivity (of tin 



Babylonian language ; see As. 
syrian language. 

~LAW 3-115d; death pen- 
altv 5-279a; Ehammnrabi 
code 7- 4 5 4d; Mosaic parallel! 
18-800b; women 29- 7 8 2b. 

Babvhmians, The (Aristo- 
phanes) 2-5000. 

Babylonian Talmud : see Tal- 
mud, Babylonian. 

Babylonicus Codex Pefra- 
politanus 3-855a ; 12-2Bb. 

Rac, AriK, 2-548a. 

Baca, riv.. Port. l-52tb. 

Bacabal, Braz. 4-440 (E3). 

— Co., Colo. 6-722 (H4). 
Bacslar, lake, Mex. S8-94 2d. 

— Mouth. riT., Brit. Honl 
8-078 (CI), 



BACA-BAGN 

Baealieu,lBl.,Nfd, 19-479 fD2). 
Bacanga, est., Braz. 24-1980. 
Bacarra, P.Is. 21-392 (Cl|. 
Bacata (Funza), Colom. 4- 

BACAU, Rum. 3-121a : 23- 

826 (01). 
— .dept.. Rum. 23-826 (CI) i 



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Baccalariu.r . ~- — — - — -. 
BaccalaurcatlO-45b;10-798. 

8-964a; 16-2 Sic. 
Baccarat, Fr. JO-778 (113) 

18-315d; glass works li 

103c, 10-785c 
BACCARAT ( 



BACCHANALIA 3-121cJ 14- 

63Sd. 
Bacctiaris 21- 7 82a. 
— Feuillei : see Chilcft, 
•— halimifolia S see Groundsel 

Bacchladae 7-147b| 7-7 02b : 

11-57 So. 
Bacebldca (Syrian general) 2- 

323a; 15-320a; 17-I97d. 






Baccio, 



. Ind.0. 23 
. 2B-.18 <El) 



„ Marccllin 28-3340. 
utiano di 21-282(1. 
Fells 4-1940. 



BACCIO D'AGNOLO 3-1 24b; 



13-918b ; 10-943a. 

— , A. (chemist) 2D-42M. 

— , Johanu Christian 3-131b ; 
6-141H ; l-39c. 

— . Johaon Christopb Fried- 
rich 3-131b. 

-, Johanu Gottfried Bern- 
hard 3-131D. 

— , JOHANN SEBASTIAN 3- 
124b J 19-7Sb; Bethlehem 
festival 3-S29o; cantatas 5- 
209b ; choralo the.nos 14- 



s 17-S50b ; Mendel 



aohn 18-122.1 : 



iter 28 

PHILIP 

"-1788) : 
21-561d; 



— Mynydd, mts., Wales 9-42> 

(V. C3): 5-Sl9c. 
BACHARACH, YAIR 3-131o. 
BACHARACH, Ger. 3-1310 ; 

11-808(11.18). 
Bachasson, Marine Camllle, 

comte de Montalivet ; 

Montalivet. 

Bachaumont.louis petit 



Baelie, mt.. Can. B-160 <R4). 
Bacheller, Jean Jacquoa 9 

368a. 
— , Nicolas 27- B fid. 
Bacholln, August* 26- 2 85 d. 
Bachelor, mt., Ma. 14-276 (B3) 
— . mt.. Oreg. 20-2120. 



BACHELOR 3-I32b ; tax on 

Knight*Baaneior. 

ichclor Brook, riv.. Mans. 

17-852 (B2). 

752o; Amerk. . 

bridgo 10-40d; Oxford 10- 
42o: hooda27-779a. 
— of Divinity; hoods 27- 



— of Modioli 



s Button " (hor 



Bacher,S. .13-1761.. 



17-406 (F3J: 3-13zd. 
IACHIAN (Batgttn), id. Mi 
Arch. 3-132(1; 17-166 (F3 



Bachto'bler (wine) 28-900. 
Baohtcl, mt., Switz. 2t 

(F2). 
Bachtfichissarv, Ruse. ! 

Bakhcbl-Saral. 
Bachu Noyan : see Baiju. 
Baehup, Tobias 8-662b. 
Bachur : see Eliaa, Lcvito 
Bachus. marsh, VJot. : 

Bacchus. 
Racili (majolica) S-73ub. 
Bacillaccao 3-163b. 
liacillarlaies (Bao.lllari< 

see Biatomaceae. 
Bacillaria paiadosa 8-170 



-acidi lactic! 16-ST 
452o; 10-278b. 
- o cues 1-1 49c ; 25- 
-alvci3-637b. 



:iis 2-lOSd; 
; light actii 
miie 18-452 



16Sd: 

tection in>m a-i t uo. 
- berolYnensis 3-167b. 



!, 23-1960, 23- 



Bacillus laevo-Iacti 16-5 6b ; 
butter -making 7-IS0b; 
cheese -making 7- 74 6a. 
-larvae: seeB.brandonburgi- 

- leprae 16-4R0b J 19-133a; 
20-771 (I'l. II. fig. 16); 25- 
191a. 

- Ludwigi 3-168a. 
-maUci 12-70d[ 20-770 

(PI. 1.1. 

- megatherium B-200o; 3- 



-poatis 21-700d 
20-774 (I'l. II. -C 
- of Pfeittcr 3-171 



6-286( 



3-167b ! 20 
-159d;3-176s 



- thermophilic: 

J 74,20-920 (PI 
3-173b; 23-19 
pneumonia 23- 
4-27.1 ; menini 



— , Sidi Mahon 



r«e 21-944d 
12 (HI). 

see Back"! 
538(02). 



, 11.I.C. 14-493 (D. 

1. Swed. 26-190 <C3). 
(Bakhai) family 26- 

med El 26- 



BACK -CHOIR {i 



iCKGAMMON 3 



BaothanaTentle-lSSa. 
Baci-beol atylo 2B-»45o. 
YSEN (Bakhuli 



BACKNANG, Gcr, 3-135o 
'1-808 (B4). 
:koo, N.Balt. 19-780 (Gl). 



.s (in cement making) 

— (in quarrying) 15-491K 
BACKSCRATCHER 3-l^Oc. 
" ■ :-abore 24-10 04d. 

^alang26-77b. 

BACK'S RIVER (Thleweclio 

dyoth. Great Fisb), riv. 

Can. 3-135e; 5-1C0 (E2) 

Back-staff 19.288 a. 



;oon. Ire. 27- 
>*e Water 



...Yorks. 28-933 



Backus, Isaao 3-3 



iackivay, THe, cliaimel. Can. 

22-724 (Fl). 
Jaokwortb, Kortliumb, 9-112 

(I. E2). 
lae-Liou, Asia 14-498 (D7). 
!ac-Niiib, Asia 14-198 (D-El). 
Jaco, John ; see Baoontb.1 



-, Kir Hickman 3-424a. 
-, Sir Jamea S-836C. 
-, J. H. (divine) 18-630b. 
-, JOHN (sculptor) 3-152a. 
-.John (Carmelite monk) 



— , ROGER 



nao, riT.,Cu. 7-595 (P3) I 
. jflad. 
Bacon beetle 6-67 lc. 
laconc, Okla. 20-58 (F2) ; 
Indian University 19-91o. 
lacon Hole, cave, Wales 

(Cower) 12-299d. 
lacons Castle, Va. 28-118 
. <F;i V 

Run 23-3"i0d." 
iaoonsthorpe, Norf. 9-421 

(IV. El). 
BACONTHORPE, JOHN 3- 

156a; 2-2Slc. 
Baeonton, Ga. 11-752 (B4). 
Bacori 4-444d. 
Bacquevllle, Fr, 10 - 778 

(K2). 
Baeri (Algerine Jow) l-650o. 
Bfies, Hung. 3-1 (F4). 
— , Hung. : ace Bacs-BodroK. 
— Almas, Hung. 3-4 <F3). 
BACSANVI, JAN0S 3-156b. 
Bacs-Bodtoe, eo.. Hung. 3-4 



Baes-Kula, Hung. 3-1 (Fl).' 
Bacteria 3-156o ; 1-5931; 21- 

l-61e'j activity 3-170a,' 1- 
596b: anaerobic 3-173aj 
ceU wall 3-158dj cilia 3- 
159J; classification 3-162b: 
Cohn 6-652a : cold, effect, of 
3-16Sa; onltlvfttion3-IJ2b J 
cytology 21-772b; dairy 
bacteria 3-1B70 ; diseases 
caused 20-771a; fever 10- 
366a; food decomposition 
10-612b; growth 3-101b: 



158di cui 
711o ; os 
Palaeozoic 



>snent3-168a ; pigment 
reproduction 3- 



pliiluus ! 
27- 1008c 



ses 



Bactcriopurpurln 3t1678. 
Bacteriosis21-7S8d. 

list bolow, see Bacillus. 






Bail, Som. : see Bath. 
Badaca, Elam »-H0d. 
Badagara, India 14-383 (F14). 
"* " - GAS, tribe 3-181e. 

ry. Nig. 19-678 (A4); 

— ; 16-74o; 3-73Sb. 
Juan de 2-416b ; 



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BadrHunen,Arab.2.264(C4); ] 



BADAGAS, t 



— , Nfd. 19-J 

— , boy. Kid. 1S-J 



<G-M3>. 
- -479(02). 
1-438 (Bl). 






P.Ie. 21-393 (C-D4). 

satho 
king- 



dom 3-l82a; Peace __ 
(1801)22-150(1; Biego(1812) 
21-aic, 18-105b, 26-353b. 
BADAJOZ, prov.. So. 3-lSlc 
"5-530 <B-C.')) ; 2S-531C. 



W. 9-37d. 
CH10, S~ 

BADALONA,Sp.3-183b; 25- 

Badami, India 14-3S2<F.GI2); 

14-625d; inscription 

Bad&rpur, India 26-136c 



Badaa 






BADGER (itinerant dealt 
lS«d. 

BADGER (zool.) 3-188b; 
427d; fur 11-31SI,, 
348d, ll-J55d ; hibern 

Badger Creek, riv., la. 1'. 
W-i). 

— Creek, riv., Oreg. 20-242 
(E-F3). 

Badger-drawing 3-ISSc. 

— hound: s™ Dachshund. 
Badger State, Tlie : see Wle- 

Bad goworthy water, riv.. Dev. 

« East Lin., riv. 
BADGHIS. diat., Ate. 3-188d: 

1-307 (B2); 20-421d. 
Bad-hall, Aua. : see Hall, 
BADHAM, CHARLES 3-l88d. 
Badhamia 19-105(1 ; lfl-idiid. 

— pauiccalS-lOOb: 19-10Sa. 

— utricularia 19-IOGd: 19- 
1 08b. 

Bad Helmetedt, Ger. 13-250c. 
Badhil (Persian autJior) 21- 



EADRfflATH, India 3-190d. 
~~i™466a Ildia 14 " a7G <H * ,: 
Badrad, diat., Pera. 19-2651). 
Badwy, Worca. B-420 (III. 

»*%**. York.. «M 
Eaduel, Fr.Gul. 12-6 S21i. 
BADULLA, Cey. 3-190d; 1 



Bafk, Pcra. 21-1 

Ba'flo, li'oll. 13- i 
Baro, tribe 1-331 
Baft, Pecs. 21-1. 
Haft (fabric 1 7-2 



■8 (C2). 
-919o. 
IS (Dl). 

8(03). 



Bag, r 

(k-L£,. 
Bag (brick-making) *- 
Baga, Sp. 25-530 (Fi). 



24- S 41c ; 
. 6-1*10 (A3). 
V Swnd. 26-190 
S.lndia 1< 



■'i (H12). 



(D-E2I. 
adweh A. 
(IV. D2) v 

Baebra 



Ash, Snfl. 9-424 

Ba'dyanT P.'la. 21-392 (D6). 
Baebra, Sp. : see Cabra. ' 
Baeeula, Sp. : see Baiien. 

BAEDEKER, KARL 3-101a. 

., _OHA 

Falix3-191a; 



Baga de Secniis 17-4b. 
Bagagem Braz. 4-440 (G6) ; 



Bagak, P.I 
Bagalgrom 
Bagalkot, 



t. 21-392 (D2), 
Afg. 15-63 la. 
India 14-382 
aiio'k.T.Is. 21-392 (E3). 



|DELEY, ROBERT J 



BACA-BAGN 

Bag-ill ter 10-3463. 

Bagga, riv., At. 19-693 <C7)i 

27-557 (CI). 
BaggaJey, Pa. 21-106 (D5). 
Baggao, P.Ia. 21-382 (C-D2). 
BAGGARA 3-200a ; 16.fl07d( 

Baggataway : see LacroBse. 
Bagge, Jacoh 27- 300c. 
liaggeby, Swed. 25-936 (Bl). 
Baggensfjord, Swed. 25-936a. 
Bagger, Carl Christian 8- 42d. 
BAGGESEN, JENS 1MMAH- 

ue!3-200b ; 8-41d. 
Buggldaw (king o£ Burma) 



622d. 

Bagga, Wyo. B8-S74 (E4). 
Baggy, cape, Dev. 9-430 (TL 

Baggy group (geo!.) 8-1 2 6d. 
Bagh, BaluchlHtanl4-376(BS). 
— T ' W-3S2 (19)1 

Jaighln. " 
BAGHAL, India 3-201a. 
Baghana, India 12-748h. 
Baghclie, Turk.Aa. 2-760 (G4). 
~ ■ ■ 2-76(1 (G4JI 

„„™„„n Gates. 

Baghdad (Baghdadu), Turk. 
, A3. : see Bagdad. 
Bagholaa (Kaiput clan) S3. 

225a; 3-200a. 

sgheli (illalect) 13-479C. 

ighelkhand, India: see 

Bagolkhand. 

igherhat, India 14-378 (NR). 
BAGHER1A, Sio. 3-201a ; 16-4 



D5). 



Baghcr: 



•I, Fr.Cong. : 



Bagliirini, Fr.Cong.: see Ba- 

i Bagh i Shah (gardens). Fees, 

Bagh Jatra 2-52d. 
■ Baghmati, riv., India J4-.178 

(L6); ll-450o; I9-379a; 

i5-696b. 
— , Little, riv., India ; set 

Ciiota Baghmatj. 
Ba_ghmundi, jnta., India 17- 



lfi6a. 

Baghu, Pera. 21-188 (C3). 
; Bagida, Togo. 11-204 (G6); 
; 26-1048d. 
■ Bagienm' people 2-BOSo. 
: BAGILLT, Vfklea 3-201aj 9- 
428 (V. El); 21-870. 
BAGIMOND'S ROLL 3-201a. 



iaglah (merchants) 21-1973. 

Sagley, Thomas lS-931a. 

-.Worth 5-3 16b. 

5agley, la. 14-732 (C3). 

-.Minn. 18-650 (B3). 

-, Wis. 28-740 (B6). 

-, hill, Oxon. 20-405b. 

-, mt., Cal. 5-S(Bl). 
Bagley'amilla.Va, 28-118 (D«. 
Baglionl (tamily) 5-70(1. 

-, G. P. 4-24Sd. 

-, Malatcata 10-53 8c. 
agiivi, Giorgio 18-50b. 
Bagn, Nor. lS-804 (C2). 
■ Biigna, riv Nor. 19-804 (C2). 
BAGNACAVALLO, BARTOL- 

ommeo 3-Z01d. 
Bagnacavallo, It. »-338a. 
Bagnal, Sir Henry 2C-109d I 

14-7 76c. 
—, Sir Nicholas 19-5380 ; 28- 
Bagnal?town, Ire. : see Bagen- 



BognelC'Mo. 1S-60Y(D3)T 
"-"iSres, Ft.; gee Bagneres 



*-964d; 15-83 d. 



de Lucin,^. 

BAGNERES - 

Fr. 3-202& 



ean, laeoon, Fr. a- 



IL 



^cT)! - 



BAGN-BALB 



Besneux, Fr. (Maine-et-Lolre) 



Eagno Caldo, It. 17-950. 
Bagnoles, Fr. 20-299a. 
Bagnolet, Fr. 16-778 (C6). 
Bat-nolo, county. It. 12-2 36b. 
Bagnolo, peace of (1484) 27- 



BAGOAS 3-202b ; Asia, Minor 
21-2iab ; Holoferoea 15- 

Bagodhar, India 14-376 (L7). 

..92 I 

i Fitzroy 15- 

mdo, India. 14-376 

, Nig. 11-204 (D2). 



Bagoyna, 
Bagradas 



I.Af.: sccMajcrda 



, india 



.6 (C2>. 



ur. 16-942 (B3) ; 



552c; soil 25- 317 b. 
Ballot Heath, Sur. 16-942 
(B3' ; 26-139d ; geology 



— Sands 9-664a. 

Blester. Samuel 

B: lenities, mte, 

(BI); Z-461b. 



BatfUio, P. Is. 21-393 (B3). 
Bsguley, Chea. 16-130 (Da). 
Baffin-, Sp. 25-530 (G2). 
— , capo, Sp. 25-:-" '""' 



690 < |M2). 



Bi.gwelL Tex. 26-690 (M2). 
Bagwunagijtk 1 see Hole-ur- 

Baha (sect) 3-94d. 
Baha addaula 5-52c. 
Bahabon, Sp. 25-530 (D2). 
Bahadran, India 14-376 (F5). 
Bahadur Khan 24-7 70a, 
BAHADUR KHEL, salt mine, 

India 3-207b ; 15-SBBb. 
Bahadur Sah 19- 3 82a, 
— SHAH I. (Mogul emperor) 



3-2070 T 7-957b: 13-4. 



W.I. 17 - 803 



I Old, W.I. ; 



(B-C2); 3-207L. 
— , Grand (Great), isl., W.I. 

28-544 (Bl): 3-207d. 
BAHAMAS. I sis., W.I. 3-207 d 

28-544 (CI-D2); 28-546d, 

battle (1 748) 3-15a ; Eeolocl 

28-544d. 7- 134a. 
Bahan (Popuhis euphratica) 

22-90o; 4-18!b; 25-142d. 
Baharak(dict.)l-313a. 
Bah aria, oasis, Egy. S-40 

<A2); »-23a; 3-713b. 
Bahnriatan, palace, Teheran 

Baharlus, tribe 1 

Baha ud-Din, Moklana8-G04a; 



BahawnWr, India 14-31 

(D-E.i> : 3-2l0a. 
—, canal, India 28-171a. 
BAHAWALPUR, state, Ind 

3-2(19d; language 16-S0c. 
Bahoisaraf, Russ. : see Balch- 

ekl-Sarai. 



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Babe, Bur. 14-376(0.8). 
Bahia. BoL 4-167 (Al). 
BAH I A (Sao Salvador), : 



BAH1A, state, Braz. 
'■440 (Hi); 4-45 
,onds 8-160b, 
inerals 5-307C, 



cz,Ec.8-9ll(A2). 



- Honda, Fla. 10-540 (E7). 

- Mazarodo, Arg. 2-462 (€6) 
— NeRra, lake, Bol. 4-16 

(1)3) ; 4-109c. 

-Tarta,Ang. 3-737b. 

a-Uima, tribo, Af. l-326s 
12-8930 ; distribution II 
773a, 27-7 82b, 27 -5 59b 



, Tun. 27-3921). 

Bahlra(dict.)3-211a. 
"ihlol (kins of Delhi) 15- 
2B3a; 12-713c; 14-402b, 
.hmani dynasty 7-Bllo : 14- 
432d: 3-S33b. 
,hman Keianl 15-950d. 
.hna. Rum. 23-826 (A2). 
ihnsen, J. F. A. 18-2X2C. 
.hnung 25-67 5b. 
. ilir. Hermann ll-790a. 
BAHR (diet.) 3-2 11a. Foe 
impound names as Babi- 
rt-Abiad, Bahr Sara, etc : 
use. Abiad, Bahr cl ; Sara, 
' :pt as below, 



31-GhazoJ, 






Batiro 



i (Ghs 



; 24-009fi ; 1 
...... ierZl-250b. 

BAHRAMI.(Sassaiud)3- 

; 21 -2 2 2a. 

; Theodosh 



21-221 (1 



222d. 



3-211c 

Oa, 21-; 

: G-27S„. 

-188 (B- 

ii-Ghat, India 14- 



see Ak Den I 
Bahr-bcla-Ma, 

(U2); 9-asr 
BAHRDT, 



ncroe 2-&62d ; 
!63a, 2-2G0b ; ! 
!S7a; pearl flani 
hr, El, lake. 



26-9 (B4); 26-11 



il-Gbazal, prov.. Sue 
■ '"■<■ 26-llcfoll.; 
rlTalrles 1-3 
li-iuic; JIalidism 
Petlieriot 21-30; 



19-696b. 
Bahrenteld, 1 



4-29Ha 



Bahri Mameluke dj"u 

Mamcluko. 
Bahfi Nedjef (Wejef), Meaop 

see Ncief. 
Balii--Sefed Boehax!, Tuck 

sen Dardanelles (strait). 
— Tubariya, Pal. : see Galilt 

Bahaita, Alepuo 1-5410. 
Baht (coin) : see Tioal. 
Baliuana, tribe l-330b ; 
925a ; language 3-359b. 

Gomata. 
Bahula-pakBba ! see Krishr 

paksba. 
Babuluwang, Isl., Mai. Arch. 

24-67 a. 
Bahurutai, tefbe 3-803c. 
Bahue, Braz. 4-440 (G6). 
BAHUT(dlct.)3-21Sd. 
Bahra b. Asher 13-174b. 
BAHYA B. PAQUDA 3-B1 



il(rol.}9-55d; 1S-D67<;. 
iia de arajna, Rum. 23- 
(A2). 
..aiae. Hung. : set Baga. 
BAIAE (Baia), It. 3-2L 
'■■2B (D-E4|; 15-4 (B 
i8b ; gcologj- 15-5o ; - 
a 2-24.1 (PI. II.).. 
jy. It. 3-21-la. 
Malolia : * e « Haditlia. 



aian, Bapd i, mt., Atg. 13- 

331b. 
Baiano, It. 15-4 (C6). 
""-"-its: nfcBibars. 

.._ Jurth 25-57a. 
BAIBUBT, Turk.AB. 3-214b | 

2-5C5 (Bl). 
Baid(diot.)19-3S0a. 
Baidar (Mongol chief) IB- 



Bedav 



Lmod el: 



Baldu (Mongol Khan) 21-226d. 

Baidnr, India 14-382 (F13). 

Baldyanatti, India 14-376 

(L-M7). 
Baldyas: spfVaii 
Bale, Can. 22-724 
Baiekbak : see Bi 

Feriniaii 21-17' 
27-259d. 
Baiern : see BBTaria. 



koeg. 
12-758d 



Baieent, 



it., N.Mei. 19-520 

AiiborgiEe. 
ineia J. 26-932d. 
.. India 4-737c. 
■Ste-IladSgonde, Fi 



At. 11-204 <C5) i 
ol leader) 13- 
(Bl). 



BAIKAL? lake, Ruse 

215a; 2B-10 (F3) ; io-Hi)a : 

nahecles 14-796a; train 

ferry 24- 88 9b. 
— , mtfl.. Kus9.As. 3-215d. 
Balkaliall-515d. 
Baikal teal 26- 486c. 
BAIKIE, WILLIAM BAL- 

four 3-2l6a. 
Bai-kinl, lake. Hues. As. : set 



L-83 (map) ; 
;c Mashuku- 



onk 8-353e. 

>n, Yorks2B-D33 

t -titfgai , O. Aeia 26-303 d. 
(lit.) 5-6310. 
(law) 3-220d. 

SN, Sp. 3-217a; 

); capitulation (1808) 

(naud-pump) 4-2! 

ci, Jtum. 23-828 (A3). 



■Iff 



Bailey, F. A. W. : see 

Fredk. 
— , GAMALIEL 3-21 
— , James 7-794h. 
— , Joaeph (col.) 1-8 



Douglat 



-, Liberty Hyde 7-16()o. 

-, NATHAN or NATHANIEL 



-, SAMUEL (philosopher) ; 

-, S. I. (aBtconomerl 21-5331 

Jailey, Colo. 6-722 (E2). 

-,Cumb.9-412([-C2). 

-, la. 14-732 (El). 

-,M(ch. 18-372 (K6). 

-, Miss. 18-600 (D3). 

-, Tex. 26-1190 (Li). 

-, harbour. Wis. 28-740 (F3). 

-, isla., Jap. : see Coffin, Cfels. 



Bailey, lake. Me. 1 

ilLEV 
477a 



Bailey's 






tiv., Lin__. _ _ 
Qa-Bashta, Si 

aaluka, B< 



painter) 18- 

•e Batn-de. 

4-416 (II. G3). 
" — 24-686 



S's Mills, Ga. 11-752 (E5). 

BailcTuvlllo, W.Va. 28-560 

(B4). 
_ ailoyton, Ala. 1-460 (Cl). 
— , Tetm. 26-620 (II). 
Bailcy\-ille, Cor.n. 6-952 (E3). 
—,111.14-304 (Cl). 
-cs. 26-090 (K-L4). 
Gate, street, Lincoln 16- 



lOOd. 
-, JOHN 3-222d. 
-, WILLIAM 3*2 23a; l-848ai 

27-291a. 

ainbridge, Ga. 11-752 (B5). 
-, Ind. 14-422 (D5). 
-, Mich. 18-372 (D7). 



Bailglol, Ealnald : 



BAILIFF 3-218a ; assail 
10-02d ; Channel Is 
" 218o, 5-842a ; hbert, 



■Inald 



a. 21-106 (15). 

. _orka. 9-412 (I- D4). 

— , isl., Waah. 2B-354 <A4] 

'■ nbridge " (ship) 24- 

)cigge, Thomas 1 



543c; 



481a. 
= _.. __, 10- 

(D4); battle (845); 



Tillage 
Bailli. 



7-596d ; 



■984b ; 
ik 24-S48b; 3-21Sa: 
Baaiaiiiont, Belg. 3-668 (K4). 

J. B. A. 12-3SJd; 7- 
BAILLET, ADRIEN 3-219b ; 



— , Asia M. (Kastamunl) 2- 



— .Sir Edward 3-2: 

282b. 
— , Matthew Talbot 3-223i 
23-26 4b [ 



ll-l: 



iaiHeus, J. F. E. 28-2 
■ailli (oflloial) 3-218 
517b; 18-0S3o; Pi 



(Fl); 



1-43 6c. 
■JUo, C 

L !■ 

B6-872a. 

— , JOANNA 3- 

— , John 16-55i 

l(ll4b. 
— , Neil 14-442. 



uillou (tribunal) 



BAINI, GIUSEPPE 3-22Sd. 
Bains de Bagnolca, Fr. 10-7; 

(D3). 
— _les_Baina (en Voages), S 



3-219c ; : 
; 8-531d. 



— , Robert (tapestry maker) ". 
26-406o. 

— ,!,Thomaa9-75Ro. 

—."William (col.) 3-315< 
4 l»a: 14-33b. 

— , William, (sen.) 12-413c : 
12-418b ; 28-3320. 

— . William (judge) 3-922C. 

Dal Hie, isls., Can. B-160 (Dl). 

Baillie of Jeryls-wood ; set 
Baillle, Robert (conspira- 
tor). 

Baillioston. Scot. 6- 6 03 d. 

BAILLY, JEAN SYLVAIN 3- 
220o: 10-852d; 15-117d. 

Bailly, Fr. 10-778 (AS). 



Baiocaasinus Pagus, dist., Fr. ; 

Baiobaii, India 14-376 (18). 

nalos : «« Baeus. 

Baiouarii (Baiewarii), tribe 

3-515a; 26-20d ; ll-831e ; 

duke of ll-832c; laws 11- 

775d. 
Bairagnia, India ! Bee Bhair- 



Balramich (BaJcamltch), Asia 



possessory .lights 22-173d; 

Bailo (in diplomacy) : 

Bailor (law) 3-220d. 
Bails, Benite 14-596b. 
Bailul, Aby. ; ska Beilul. 
Bailundo, Ang. 6-923 (B6) ; 



Baird, Andrew Wilson (physi- 
cist.) 26- B 46a. 

— , Charles Washington 3- 
224d; 22-293o. 

— , SIR DAVID 3-224a. 

— , HENRY MARTYN 3-2 2 4c. 

—, JAMES 3-224d; 6-C03c. 

-— , Robert 3-2240. 
-, SPENDER FULLERTON 
3-224d; 2O-309d ; 3-97 6a. 

Baird, Misa. 18-600 (B2). 



-, WILLIAM HELLIER 3- 

221c. 
laily, Caye & Co.. bankc 

see Bank of Bristol, 
laily's beads 8-888c; 3-221b. 
tain, Alexander (Wen ' 

clocks 6-548d : log 

864 d. 
-, ALEXANDER (phi 

opbor) 3-221d; action 

553b; aosthetic«l-288c; 



OEDDES 3- 



— , Pa. 21-106 (C5). 

— , Tex. 26-69' 1 'H3). 

— , mts., Alsk. "1-472 (E2); 

1-4748. 
Baird & Co., Measrs. William 

6-585b. 
Bairdla7-556d; 5-311d; 20- 

23Jd. 
Balrdiidae 9-C58b. 
Ra.ird T.pcturea 3-224d. 

i, Ga. 11-752 (C3). 



lireuth, Ger. ! see Bayrouth. 
lirtna, riv., India 14-376 
(H8-7); 7-790a. i 



BAIRNSDALE, Vi 

28-38 (D2). 
Balm's Part 



(law): see Le- 

liro (Ba-'lro), tribe "l-330b i 

27-SSSa. 

tirro Novo, Port. lfl-334c. 

lirroa. Port. 25-530 (A3). 

Bairut, Pal. : see Beirut. 
" " " . 10-778 (D3). 

. . ... 21-»92 (DB). 
Baiaa Bol 19-116a i SL-SSSb. 



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11 -9 04c. 
Uaisi, div., India 19-378d. 
Baislngar (Persian ruler) 21- 

228d; 10-399a. 
Baiawari (dialect) 13-48Sd. 
Baiey, castle. Belg. 4-S17d. 
Baita, ri*., India 12-943e. 
Bait Act (Nfd.) 19-483d. 
BaitaranI, riv., India 14-382 

(119); 7-67Sa; 25-14Sd : 

ahriiiea 20-27 7 e. 
Baitari, Indial4-376 (I; 

BA1?ER°JI 

Baithen (monk) 8- 7 3 7c. 
BAIUS, MICHAEL 3-225o. 
Bainwaril, tribe; see Bai- 

Baixa, cite., Braz. 4-440 (13). 
BaI-:o, is!., Mad.Is. 17-281 

(map). 
Baiza. Pcra. 10-1 90a. 



BAIZE (clot 

661b. 
Baja, Cu. 7-5: 



Baker, Pasha; see Baker, Valen 

— , Kemember 27-1 028c. 
— , SIR RICHARD 3-22 7b. 



-, THOMAS 3-aasi). 
-,VALENTINE(Bak 
3-22Ke; 9-121d. 



Bakbtlari, prov., Pers. 21-188 
(A-B2); forests ?• •""- 
geology 21- 190c. 

BAKHTIAHI, tribe 
4-867d; 17-129d. 

BaMitlyar 14-40 le. 

— Izzaddaula 5-5 2 b. 

Baklitd : sec Bactria. 

' 'lUisen, Ludolr : see Back - 

in dor Brink, R. C. 8-727c. 
Bakhufs Roozeboom, " -" 



R, JOHANN OEORCS 3- 



inlct, Chil. ; see Calen 

^al./Pac.O. 20-138 (H4) ; 

'isls., cr.il. 8-Uic. 

_lakc. Can. 6-16(1 (K3) ; B 

— , lake. Me. 17-134 (C2|. 
' :v, Wash. 28-354 (Dl). 
:., C.Af. 23-947a. 
;., Colo. 6-722 (El). 



Baki Meher, 
Bakin 16-1 5 
BAKING : 



423a. 
BAKIS 3-230a ; 23 -7 4a. 
"-" 't, bay, P. Is. 21-392 <BS). 



Bajalufl25-720e. 



Bajgah, Afg. l-309c. 



Baker-Callow (dougH-mou 

BAKER CITY, Orcg. 3-2 

20-242 (FI3|. 
-Co., Fla. 1O-540 (DI). 
-Co., Ua. 11-752 (B4); 11- 

- Co., "Oreg. 20-242 (113). 

- Foroland, Caaada 5-1 
(L3). 

BakerhiO Ala. 1-480 (D4). 



■I Bagdad) 15-896d. 
., »«■ l-350b. 
il, tribe 25-MS0b. 
Ira, Afg. 15-631C. 
Rao I. 3-HlOo 

>" II. 4-12b; 12-749a; 



:r Ponds, lakes, N.H. 19- 

(D4I. 

irs. isl„ Hants. 22-132 

j]., Mass. 17-852 (FIX 
■ea.k, Colo. 6-722 (CI), 
iv.. Ark. 2-552 (D3). 
iv„ N.II. 19-490 (D4). 



iko, Jap. : see Illogn. 

■, rlv., Nig. 19-678 (C3 

BAKOCZ, TAMAS 3-23{ 

tribe l-330». 
P.Ia. 21-392 (: 
'.la. 21-392 (Ed 

Ba'koiia f -is. 21-392 (B 
lakongo, tribe 16-835 

924d. 
3akonybel,IIung. 12-7; 

3-4 (B3); 3-240d;"5 
13-894d. 
3akoor, P.Is. 21-3S2 (E 

Bakosai, tribe l-330a. 



Balabac, strait, Mal.Aroh. 4- 

257 (CI). 
Balabagh, Afg. 13-625d. 
BalabaTakan, isls., Mai.. 



BAGN-BALB 



BALANCE OF POWER 3-235aj 



iharkad, Medina 18- 
B-914a. 



Balade Pac.O. 2 



y blower 3- 708b. 



Makrabadi (jute) 16-605b. 

"""RI (Keographer) 3-230b. 

itc, soct!7-422d. 



uoptcrfdae 5-i 

ami '(Balagan 



Balaghaut, India 



Carli-Rubbi 5-33 



., Afg. 14-376 (A4). 
i : sec Balla. 
urn. 23-826 (B2). 



S3-872 (F-G5). 

1-392 (D2). 

"1-302 (K5). 



fla 21-8630. 

is 2B-467d. 
a : see Nut v 
s aegyptiac 



4l8-26od; 14-561a. 



: B AL AGflE R, V ICTOR 3- 2 3 3 d : 
—•■7, Id. 

juer, Sp. 25-530 (F2). 



improvisus 26-906e! 

□s&tacua ; see Pico, 
dapulanff, Java 1E-284 (C2) ; 
15- 2 90a. 

ilapur, India 14-382 (G9)( 
9-291C 

darama 19-102a : 13-511a. 
ILARD, ANTOINE JEROME 
3 239b ; 6-256a ; 20-893n. 
dart, Federieo 25-586d. 
ilaruo, Fr. 18-519d. 
ilas : see Balash. 
dasaglmn (Bala Sakim), C 

da Eamne, Bosnia j' eer 
Eosna Samac. 
ilasan, P. Is. 21-302 (D5). 
, riy., Iiiflfa 7-833d. 
J&aana, Cumeroon 5-110 

RIES 3-23! 
11-67 Od ; 

l (Pariiiian kings' ; see 

BALASH (Ss'ssanian king) 3- 

f .21-2iec; 21- 



srsyille, Cimn, 6-952 (C2). 



BAKALAI, tribe 3-220c ; 



Hakangoi 1B-B38b. 
Bakankala : see Bus 



BAKE, JAN 3-228d. 
Bakehouaea 4-467a: Kom 

4-466a. 
Bakel, Holl. 13-5S8 (C3). 
—.Sen. 11-204 (B3) ; 1 

64llo ; 24-641a. 
Bakcnc.i, Holl. 19-7S5b. 
Bakeplaagte, S.AI. 27-20Tc. 
Bake Oven, Orog. 20-242 ( 



F. G.' (botanist) 13-B74d. 



Baket 



K. ■ - .. 



BAKEWELL, ROBEfRT (i 
cultiirfst) 3-22Ha ; 1-3! 
oattlc B-540c ; lioraes 
394a; ahrap 21-K19b. 

-..OBERT ,„,„,„, 

BAKEWELL, Derby. 3-2-; 
* MS (II. D3); goo 

— pudding 3-229b. 
Bakewellial6-122b; 21-1 
Bakhai (family) : see. Baeb 
Ba Khamra, Turk.Aa. 5-4i 
"kharl7-375a. 



23-874 (H. Fi 
Ba-Kuandu : se, 
Bakuba, Turk. A. 
Bakuba, triho 

925c ; dialects 
Bakud, pt., 1Mb 
Bakuena : see B 
Ba-Kuiao : sw I 
Buknmbi, Bel. 

(C2). 



2-705d. 
_ ..iheawar, riv„ India 3-957d. 
Bakh-fandak, pass, Cauc. 5- 

BAKHMUT, Rubs. 3-229o ■ 
"3-874 (I. F2). 
rlv., Russ. 3-229c. 
thoy, riv., Fp.W.Af. 11- 
.04(03); 24-639a. 
Bakhta, Russ.As. 25-10 (D- 

Bakhtaean, lake, Pers. : see 

Bakbtegau. 
Bakhtaahites : see Bektaali. 



26-448e. 
iuahmen. 
B6-305 (F3) 



BAKUNIN, MIKA1L 3-2 3 la ; 
- 016c; 18-6M8a. 
nya.tr ibol-330b. 



BALA, Wall 
(V. D2); 
3-231c, 5' 



Nan 



aFqi 

gof Moab'ii 



iicbi-Romanv, 

: on neid 3-230e. 

Balakhna, Husa. 23-872 (F4) ; 

BALAKIREV, MILI ALEXEI- 

vich 3-234a. 
BALAKLAVA, 



3-874 (I.I) 



1-307 (B3); 12-48b. 
Bakwa-Zuln : see Zulu. 
Bakwena (Bakwain), tribe 3- 



—. Pa. 21-106 (L7). 
"** * "'"■■■ 3-231e; 9 .., . 
l-298c; college 

reh. 3-53511. 



7-450a 



i. Fr. 24-575 (plan); 24- 



capement 6- 5 41c 



BALASSA, BALINV 3-240b ; 

asa-Gyarmat, Hun K . 3-4 

aur, India ; see Balasore. 
ta. Pal. 24-817a. 
Balatn (gutta pen^lia) 12-7 44c i 

12-677di 27-285a, 
Bala, Tana, isl., final. 2G-73b 
(A3); 26-73b. 
dati, Br.K.Af. 4-601 (B3). 
*,alatizEo, Sic. 1-1 2 Id. 
Balaton, Minn. 18-550 (B6). 



ni, Rua 
I'sAdve: 



iVMBravra. 



mg)l-51Ba; 4-673e. 
Balawan, P.Ia. 21-392 <C2). 
-, Sum. 26-71 (A2) ; 28-730. 
ialawat (mine), Mesop ~ 

376b ; Ratea8-420a. 
1ALAYAN, P.Is. 3-240d 
302 (E3). 
— , bay. P.Is. 21-302 (E3). 



2- 



Balaji, 
BiUaz. 



niler 13-9 2 8b. 

Sp. 



5-530 



Balbcgno, castle, Scot. ±0- 
Balbek, Turk.Aa. : see Baal- 



BALBI-BALQ 

BALBI, ADRIAN 3-2403, 

— , Eugenio 3-241a. 

— , Josephine L. de Caunu 



(H-I8); 25-364C 
Balbi, palace, Venice, 2-41 2a. 
Bftlbianl, E. O. 7-7 14b J 13- 

4201). 
Balbiaula l-591d; 9-33 7o : 

9-:iS8b. 



S'iecolo »-34Id. 



BALBOA, \ 

Balboa 



3 NUNEZ DE 



al. 17-138, 
— , ±-an. aO-666d. 
Balbodh, India '" "" 



8ALBRIOGAN, 



— , L. C 

242b; 
— , L. O 

— , M. Ac 

—I Q." An 



geology i 

lose 3- 2 42 a. 
.mtlv) 3-242.1. 
irbanus : see No 

ielius (major) : 

,elius" (minor) ; 

■91fia. 

is3-242a. 



Balciirce, Arg. 2-462 (K4). 

7-3 S 5 c' 
— , A. Lindsay, 6th curt 7- 

J85d. 
—.Colin Lindsar, 3rd earl 

7-MSooi 24-45;<b. 
— , J. Lindsar, ith earl 7-385C 
— , J. Lindsay, 7th carl: set 

Crawford, James Lindsay, 

24th earl. 
Balcarres House, Fi f entire 3- 

409d. 
Ealcurres papers 16-557d. 
Bakescu. N. 23-8 48a. 
Balch, Ark. 2-552 (D2>. 
BaJotatohie group 5-;(O0b. 
Balclutha, N.Z. 19-624 <B7). 
Balcnock. int., Scot. 24-41S 

(B2); 8-6601). 
Balcom. 111. 14-3l_ 
s.9-42; 



1-304 (C6). 



Lord 21 



J61a. 



e, Scot. 7-36'2c 



BALCONY 3-2420 i of in 



— , mt, Oal. (Last 



,.._., a) 5-8 (CI 

— , mt., Cal. (Placer) 5-8 (C'i 
— , mt., fiaL (Sta. Barbar; 



— , int.. Can. 19-465 (Bl> ; 19- 

161c 
— ,mt., Colo, (Delta) 6-722 



-, mt., Ida. (Shoshone) 14- 
276 <A2). 

■, mt„ -Mass, (Berkshiro) 17- 
852 (J ' ' 



_ 52 ' A \{' 
852 (a'l). 
&52 (112)." 



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[l)2)'.' 



r.i. 



(Kent) 



— , m,,, R.I. (Providence) 2 

249 (Bl). 
— , mt., It. I. (Washington) 2 

249 (B2). 
— , rat., Vt. (Bennington) 1 

490 (AG). 
— , mt., Vt, (Rutland E.) 1 

490 (B4). 
— , mt., Vt. (Rutland W.) 

19-490 (A4). 

~m (12) ;' i.9-771b. 



Baldak, tort, Alg. 14-370 

<A-B4). 
Baldaiuus, A. G. E. 7-609a. 
Baldaquin 6-352e ; 12-201b 

27-5161 1 28.452b. 
BaldjWBerom, G. 16- i 62b. 



Baldaya, Alfonso 

13-29UC. 
Ealdblnff, I1L 14-3 



BALDE, JAKOB (J 



Dald Eaglo, 1 
— Eagle, m 

<G4). 
Bald eagle (z( 



Buldch 
Baldell 
Balden 



Lanes, 16-139 



Bald Hill Creek, rlr., N.Dak. 

19-780 (K2). 
BALD I, BERNARDINO 3- 



BALD1NGER, ERNST GOTT- 

frled 3-243a. 
Baldini. Giovanni 26-I015a. 
BALDINUCCI, FILIPPO 3- 



Bald Knob, Ark. 2 



;) 17-8 



Baldred, St 3-1 98a 



c. 14-744 (E5). 
mt., Mass. (Essex) 

-,.,' Mass. (Middle- 



icid 27-8 1 



■t Kent. 
BALDRIC 3. 

Baldshuan, ' Russ.As. 14-376 

Bald Suriapee, mt., N.H. 19- 

490 (C-Da). 
Balducoio da Pisa, Giovanni 

dl 18-4380. 
Balduinstein, castle, Ger. 16- 

BALDUINUS, JACOBUS 3. 

244b. 
— , Justus 22-158a, 
Baldung, Hans: see Griin 

Hans Bald hub. 
Baldus de Ubaldie, A. 3-244c. 

— de Ubaldis, Petrus (1335 
1400) 3- 2 41c. 

— DE UBALDIS, PETRUS 
(1327-1406) 3-244b. 

Baldwin I. <o! Flanders) 10' 
■ 478c; Arras 2-646a; Tom- 
nal 27-104d. 

— II. (of Flanders) 10-478o 

' m") 10-478d 



■f Flanders) 10- 



: see Bald- 
i) 3-245b i 



red 26- 



— III. (of Jcr 



« 



,S HARK 3-247b. 



-, Md. 17-828 (F 
-, Mich. 18-372.( 
-, N.Bak. 19-780 



flf/SfJ 



Bnlciires, Medit, ! 
BALEARIC, fsls., 



Is Minor, isl.,Medlt.: 
o, Andres 2i-268d. 



Baloints, pt., Fr. 10-7J8 (D4) ; 

lighthouse 16.619. 
BeJek Pulau, Str.S. 21-Slc. 
Balokim, int., Tib. 6-168 

Ealen, Hcndriek Tan 27-8S7d. 
Bale opener 15-607b. 
Balephuill, bay, Scot. 27-540o. 
Baler, P.is. 21-392 (C3). 
— , bay, P.ls. 21-392 (C3)- 
Baler (hay -making) 13-109b. 
Balemo, Scot. 24-418 (E3) ; 

BALES, PETER 3- 2 50a, 



1-33 Sd; 1-330*. 



a Maden, Turk. As. 2-76P 
13); 2-758d. 

and Lombok, resid., Mat. 

_rcn. 17-466 (Bl and D4). 

Baliapatam, India : Bee 

ih, riy_ Asia : see Belikb. 
suatro, Isls., P.ls. 21-393 



i-dagh (Hone 



int). 



ialid i 

Zarizi 

Balieira 



ZenJ, E.Ai. : 



iOJAl). 



Balestilla : see Back -stall. 
Haleswar, riv., India : . 

Balete, P.ls. 19-E94a. 

Bale Ville, Switz. : see Basel 

Stadt. 
Balf (Wolfs), Bung. 25-429o. 
BALFE, MICHAEL WILLIAM 

Balforcus': see Balfour, Rol 
Balfour, Sir Andrew 19-i 

6-939d. 
— , ARTHUR JAMES 3-2; 
chief secretary for Ire 
14-785a, 14-7KSb, 14-7! 



SRI, Asia M. 3-2; 

■pan,' Bor. 4-257 (C3) i 

nd Balon (Tennyson) 

BalfKayaran (raja) 7-8371). 
"■■' " '" orcerer) 12-868d. 

er. B-110'(A3). 



Iiannel, P.ls. 21 ■ 
; BALlOL (family) 3-2J 



-.FRANCIS MAITLAND 3- 



-, I. 1 



nary) . 



nard fl.e 3-2 5 7a ; 24- 

rard de (king ot Scot- 
3-257b; crowned 24- 
; England's aid 9-310o: 
ng castle surrendered 



luseltaTii (Engolrain) de 3- 

JOHN DE (king o( Scot- 
and) 3-257o ; bistort of 
eisn 24-434c ; relations 
vitli England 9-496b, 

_ lionyctcris6-241d. 

Balipara, India 14-376 (P6)i 



— , SIR JAMES <judge) 3-255 

24-446bj Zi-SSTb. 
— , ROBERT (philosopher) 3- 

— , Sir William 12-410c 

— , N.Dak. 1 



7-314 (HI). 
" "'. 19 -ft"" 



I (Fl). 



Balistidae Z6-546a. 
. Balistrcs, pass, IT. 22-6890. 
BALIUAQ P.ls. 3-25Sai 21 



Asia M. 21- 5 44a. 
iiilB-89ad. 



-242 (D4); 
418 <C2>; 



Balfiush, 

Butea U y. r. 
Balgedie, 
Bulgon-ai 



jowlah, KiS.W. 26-278 

•ownie, Br^ O', Scot. 

jownie Castle, roared 
oot. 16-494a. 
jrny, reservoir, Soot, 12 
nap) ; 23-98d. 
LGUY, JOHN 3-255d; 

liaf, Aral). 2-264 (FG) ; 



420 (R4). 

420 (B4i 
Balkany, H 



3-4 (G3). 
._-:e, Riiss. As, 
27-420 (E3); 24. 



: the Great 24^ 



iroy., Afg.Turkcst. l-319o, 

Iv.,Afg.l-308b. 

:ban (Erasnovodsl;), bay, 

Bafkbash, lake, RuS3,As. t $et 



Balki, Bobs. S3-8T4 (I. E3). 

Balkls Kale, Asia M. : a 

A^pendus. 



— , JOHN {Pnrltan} 3-263a. 
~, JOHN (politician ant 
naturalist) 3-263b ; Alpim 



ituraUst) S-56!)b 



— (Bails], William 84-232e. 
Ball, La. 17-54 <B2). 
--,Wyo, 28-871 (B3). ^ 

-imUM™! 17-852 0)1). 



. 14-714 (B3); 17- 



si 2-486 d, 24- 42 5 d. 



Bullade a) Fair Ladies 'Ilos- 

tetti) 3-2fi4iL 
Bntfnd o' Reading Gaol (Oscar 

Wilde) 2S-03.'ia. 
Balladonia, W.Aug. 2-960 <C6). 



; English fl- 
an 11-792: 



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Ballintober, Ire. (Robc 

<l,uy, Ire. (Mayo) 14-744 

... _ . . . i); i7-y;i7i>. 

Wash. 28-354 (B4). Ballintomb, riv., Scot, 8-26H& ; 



; gold 2-951d, 2-9 



552 (Dl). 



3. 17- Si 



,*»■ 



BALLAST (did 



BALLATER, 



Ballcnv, Jc 

Buikny, is 






ion 3-2 6 

Ballangeicb, Guidinau 

BALLANTINE, WILLIAM 3- 

Ballantrae, Soot. 24-412 (C4) 
12-51b; geology 3-7Sb 
ovster fishers- 20-42fia. 

gcol.) 3-75b; 20 

, James lS-721b 

i»-.)|p.iu| 34-4721). 
— , John (1774-1821)15-7210 

24-47 ad. 
—.John (1533-1587): se- 

Bellenden, John. 
— , ROBERT MICHAEL 3- 

Ballanl.yne & Co. (publishers) 

Ballan wr»ase 28-839b. 
Batlao, Sard. 1S-4 (R5), 
Ballarat, Cal. 5-8 (E3). 
BALLAR/VT, Viet. 3-288d ; 



BALL-FLOWER 3-270b ; 18. 

bK "a. 11-752 (Bl). 

. India 3-J70c; 14. 

76 (K-L7). 



.) 18-627b. 

Ire. (Mayo) 
-744 (B2). 
"ipperary 14-J 



Ballinto: 



, Ire. 



. 14-744 (C2); 
it, : set Bnllan- 



19-723d. 

Ballitore, Ii 

15- 701b. 

B allium V 



ald24-439c; IS 
t. 24-418 (B2) 






Rail warp s!aes i 2S-'145Q, 
Bally, Pa, 21-108 (L5). 
""bay, Ire. 14-744 






(E2); 
14-744 <D: 



BALBI-BALQ 

-■ 1, marble 11-4321). 



Bally brack, I 



s. 19-5. 



Ballybrophy, Ire. 14-744 (Dl) 



1 ■ - 

BaUy bunion. Ire. !■ 

27-15Ha; 15-757 

Ballycanew, Ire. 1' 

BALL V CASTLE, Ii 

3-282d; 14-744 



— , Ire. (Mayo) 14-744 <B2) ; 



Ballyglunii 
BaliyhT 



;. 14-744 (BS 
id, capo. In 

ay. Ire 14-71 



:lass. Ire. 14-744 (B2) 



Ballynalackam, cattle. Ire. 

6-4270. 
Ballynatray. Ire. 14-744 (C4). 
""neon, Iro. 14-744 (B5). 



(F2J. 

Ballyragget, Ire. 14-744 (D4). 
Ballyrane, port, Ire. 16-501b. 
Dallyroan, Ire. 14-744 (D4). 
Ballyroncy, Jrc. 14-744 <E2). 
Ballysadare, Ire. 14-744 (CS)i 

25-242a; 25-242b. 
—.bay. Ire. 14-744. (C2) j 23- 



■211d. 



BALLYSHANNON, I 



s. (Done- 



— , Ire. (Kildare); battle (737) 

ll-763d. 
Ballytefge, bay. Ire. 14-744 

(E4), 
Tiallylrent, Ire. 14-744 CB4). 
Ballyvaghan, Ire. 14-744 (E3). 
■ - * " " " ' \ <B3) ; 6- 



4266. 
— , cape, Ire. 
BallT.v alter. 



aek Dead. 
144 (F2|. 
4-744 (E4). 



BALMACEDA, JOSE MANUEL 



Balm; 



tsl7-113i1. 
Soot. 24-418 C 



-C2); 
st) 4- 



)is. Ire. 14-714 (C3) ; 



i i parachute 20 
varfaiu 10-713o. 



>. 14-744 (Dl) ; 



Ballinlousrli, Ire. 14-744 (C3). 
Eallinlutir, Sent. 24-418 (Dl). 
Batlinrait, Soot. 19-1550. 
Ballinrohe, Ire. 14-744 (B3> 

Ballin'rosti'ir. Ire. 7-159 (map). 
Ballinskellla:, bar. Ire. 14-7-14 

(A5); 15-758a. 
Ball I n temple. Ice. 7^159 (map). 



BALLOT 3-27f)b; 



u(Bra) 
ound. 

lot A 


-4d; IS-Sd. 
: see Black 

t 3-28 Ob ; 


lolsdale, Ca 

b-a). 

Ion, Atlin 1 
HOSE A (d. 


-683c. 
1X52)3- 



14-9d 
25-466 



iall-raceV^n'lb ^^ (A * J " 

sail* (ehcmiW.) 6-58a. 

iall'H Blurt. Ya. : battle (1961) 

- Bridtce', Dublin 14-741 (E< 
8-61 3d. 

- Ferry, Cal. 5-8 (Bl). 

43(1 (E-FS) 



, bay, : 



wed. 25- 



le, Ya. 28-118 (D3). 
■I^ndnre 3-442a. 
HoIl. 13-588 (CI); 



.rtyr, castle, Iro.S-flOa 



4-744 (El). 



BattwnoU 
Ballymui: 



m) 

i"4 (E4). 

"irei (Cork) 7-159 

Vestmeatb) 14- 
3-o4Ba; 12-28d. 
, Ire. 14-744 (E3) ; 

. John Taaffo, baron: 

iTE, Ire. '3-283ai 
22); 25-242a. 
Boric of G-6210 
E-,314d. 
■n, riv.. Ire.27-159a 

■™9 (map). 

irty, Iro, 14-744 

icb. Ire. (Down) 14- 



Balmaln, W. H. (chi 

S72b; 21-477a. 
BALM A IN, K-S.W. 3-283o 

19-538 (G-H5); 26-27; 

(B3); 19-539a. 

iilmat, Jacoues 12-687b. 



VA). 



-. Ujya 



, Hur 



. , . Alpa 26-242 
14); l-714a. 
lieiino, Arthur Elphm- 

~-~," JAMES ELPH1N STONE, 



(1)4); i-744a. 
Ba^m of Gilcad B-2B6&: 12- 

17e; 14-34Sa. 
Balmolit, Constantino 23- 

Balmoral, K.S.W. 28-278 (C2). 

BALMORAL CASTLE, Scot. 

3-284a; 24-412 (Ba). 
— , Forest, Scot, 4.373c. 
Balm ore, Scot, 24-418 (C3). 
Balmucoia, It. 26-242 (E5). 
liaJnahna, itl- Scot. 15-56 5d. 
Balnaiill, Scot. 24-412 (Dl). 
BALNAVES, HENRY 3.284b. 
BALNEOTHERAPEUTICS 3- 

2S4d. 
Balni.'cio, nit,, Switz. 26-242 

(CM). 
Balo, riv.. Bel. Cong. 6-923 

(CI); 27-553e. 
Balo-EB.lo, lakes, Port.E.AL 

25-466 (Mfl). 
Balo-bajiooka, Euea. 23-871 

(I. B2). 
Balogb, Koltan 13-927c. 
Balogh Senijen, tribe 16-643*. 
BaloCTii (title) 28-B37b, 
Baloi. tribe l-330o. 

l-328dj l-330bl 



laiign 
— (annelid) ; see faioio. 
Ba.lombo, riv., Bel.Cone. 8* 

923 (A6). 
Balono, caEtle, Soot. 23-T43C 
Balons: Kipa, Celebes 17-466 

(D3); 5-598o. 
Baloime, riv., QueeDS. 18« 

618b; 2-9560. 
"" ' India 14-370 (D-B71. 



Balo- 



i, N-S.W 



. 19-5J 



Balqubadn, casUe, Scot. 



I-B7). 



BALR-BANN 

Balrampur, Maharajah : see 

DrigbUal Singh, Sir. 
Balrampur, India (Bengal) 14- 

37S(M8). 
BALRAMPUR, India (United 

Prov.) 3-28Sd; 14-376 

(I-K«l 
Balranald, N. S.W. 19-538 (B 
Balruddcry dell, Scot, B-67I 
Balsad, India : see Eulsar. 
Balsall Heath, Blrminghi 

Balsam, lake, Can.ZO-U* £C2). 
— , lake. Wis. 28-7 10 (A3). 
— , int., N.Y. 19-Silfi (A2). 
Balsam (not.) 14-340b. 
BALSAM (resin) 3-285d ; i 

183c ; 14-3191) ; o( p. 

3-285rl; of Tolu 3-285d. 
— applo 18-684c. 
Balsam Bay, Can. 17-581 (C2). 
Balaam bog (bot.) 10-' — 
"'-I Cone, mt.. 



20 7d. 



(El). 



•e Silver 
, K-0. 



e 2-7 16a. 



Balsai 

Balsamo, Giunoppo : we Caul! 

ostro, Alessandro, count. 
Balsamodcndron 19-115a. 
— opobalaamum : see Com 

"""' "" "'"' '' *' is 3-4>7o 



5.191b. 

Balsam Poplar 22- 

328b: 27-634b. 



16' 



, Ire. 14-71+ 



r. 19-800 (Dl). 



HUGH DE 3- 

, > Jlc. 
l, Itum. 23-826 (B2). 



Balsille, teblelan 
Balsthal, Swit 
Balta, Juan 21 
BALTA, Rue; 
871(1. B2). 
— , M., Scot. 2 
— , marsh, Rui 
— , sound, Sco 



Baltatcatii, Itum. : see Baltza- 

Baltehik, Bulg. 4-773 (D2> ; 

4-7750. 
Baltei [diet.) i-892c 
Balten, John D. 2O-501a. 
Baltous (costume) 7-235c 

2-5 Boa. 
Balti 1 language) 26-929b. 
Baltic, Conn. 6-952 (US). 
— ,0.20-28 (Gl). 



iSP' 






i-793c ; 

ihangea 9- _ 90Bd"; " 

(1908) ! 

J9d : tii 

.al 9-91 7b; 



— Ys 

3 St 

Baltli 



; tolls a 



711 (B5) 
3-288b 



To make full use of this Index it is essential to read the 
Instructions given on Page I. 

16-766e; news- Bamako, Fr.W.Af. 11-201 Bam-Narmashir, dist,, Pers. : 



I... f.- 1 

ire, O. 20-ii 



Baltinglasi 

Baltinglasi 
Baltiskoi 



. .i(G2); 16-5Sd. 
Balto-Slavonio (language) 14 
493b ; 16-246b. 

'(A2);'li-233c. 
ialtuarol, N.J. 19-502 (A3). 
IALTZAR, THOMAS 3-291a. 
Baltzatesti, Hum. 23-827 b; 19 

320d. 
Balu, int. Af. 11-201 (B2). 
— , riv., Bui. 1S-678c. 
" 'uardo: eer. Bulwark- 

■LUBA, tribo 3-201a ; 1 



c ; Dalhou 

"a'2-7-10d; 

discoveries 
ogy 3-2 93 c 



list) 2 



-929a. 



BALUE, JEAN 3 

Balufrush, Pers. ; ee.e h 

furush. 
Baluk Denis, tea, Eur. : 

Azov, Sea of. 
Balilk Gcul, iakc, Syr. : 

Ak Denlz. 
Baiuklser, Asia M. t wfi H 

klsrl. 
Baluk Su, : 



(Al) 



2- 119b. 



in da. 



i-328c ; 



BALUZE, ETIENNE 3- 
Balyag, riv., Scot. 24-4 . . 
BalvancL lake, Nor. 19-300 



t. 27-120 (A2). 



-, JEAN LOUIS GUEZ DE 



, JIalta 17-508 (B2) 
39b. 

Ec. 8-911 (A-B2). 
i. Alls. 28-212 (H2). 



Bamako, 
Bamana, ' 

T$8>; 



ighati, 



..Bel.Cong. 






! S-lo'od; Sen 



m 17-5H5a 



-ground nut m-yiaa ; l- 
355b. 

-sea slugs 17-014b. 
amber Bridge, Lanes. 1B-139 

BAMBERG, Gcr. 3-301d r 11- 
808 (CI) ; 11-831 (hist, 
map); cotton 7-297a ; ob- 



357a. . 



-'■' 



:, 27 -766c 



ouds 3-82d, 8-174a 



-. LUDWIG 3-302b ; 2-135d. 



302c; 



12-3' 



;e Bilbilis. 

= ; distil 



12-3 7 7a ; 

period 21-8181 
12-3 7 Ob (tig.); 
3-1 83b. 
lamb oo Creek, W.Aue. 2-960 

lamboo palm (Baphi 



■ 73d; 16- 



itlB-OliOc; 23-112 
borough, Xorthun 

niborough Castle ' 



Bainbnk, dist., Fr.W.Af. 11- 
204 (C3) ; gold evpoileJ 
2S-304a, 24-61 1c; Mandm^-a 

gncse conquest 24-612b. 
BAMBURGH or BAM- 

borough, Northmnb. 3- 

30:((l; 9-412 (1. El) ; 3- 

802d. 
Bambusa 3-303a ; 3-303c. 
— ralpina: see Dwarf bamboo 

— metake 3-303d. 

— Wravi 24-53d. 
Bambuseae : see Bamboo. 
Bambuslcola ; see Bamboo 

BAMBUTE' [Batwa) 3-304; 
l-330a; 27-559a ; ciistor 
22-G79b; skin colour 2 



BAMFORD, SAMUEL 3-3i 
Bamford, Ala. 1-460 1B2). 
--, Pa. 21-106(1 



W., Fr.Cong 



i, civ., India 14-37G (OS). 

.cwa, Go.Cst. 12-203 

B2I. 

iyldc, T. 2B-615e. 

•TON, JOHN 3-305a. 

.ton, Dcv. 9-430 (VI. 



BANCHIERI, ADRIANO 3- 

307d. 
Banehorium, Wales (Flint, 
sliire) 28-84 6b. __ 



Bampton lectures 
BAMPUR, Bal. : 
"■ i(DS). 



■305b 



<C3) 



India 3-305o. 
, state, India 3 
I (LB); 8-65e 



■30.ib. 

BAMRA, 

14-SBS 
27 7d. 

-, isl.', Bc£ Cong. 6-923 (Al) 

— , riT„ n!g. 18-487 (D2-3). 



BAN (dirt 



3-306a ; 



. 7-174d i. 

- (geog.)25-378c. 



6-91 6c. 

.. - 10 (FS). 

BANANA (bot.) 3-306b ; 



— , riv.. Fla, 

JA ( _ 

: ll-2S4o ; 

3-2G8a. 



I. 4-110 (HJ). 
li. . .' ' ' 
27- 55 9a. 
as. 20-759O. 



BANAS (Bunas). : 



(Gl); IS 

Baiiate,"p.: 
BANATE, 



kibe 3-307b; 14 

;ralate 18 -i 45b. 

289d. 

mlos. Hung. 3- 

ndia 14-382 (C13). 
Mil. 24-112 (03). 
(Banavasi), India 
; 14-02 Co. 

se also Senarm 

3E, ire. "3-307b ; 



Knolfys family. 



- rhubarb 23-273d. 

lanca, isl., Bch^E.Ir 

Banka. 
lanca A' Italia, dl Nap 

see Ban> of Ttji.lv. 

538 (A2! 



lake, X.S.W. 19- 
., W.Af. 25-54b ; 
9-fl62d. 









.,24-412 (F2); 

n~, Scot. 25-960d. 
- ' " ~65d. 

7M (E6J. 



lit., C.K, 
Sauni di 

ico.El, Colomb. 6-701 (B2). 

iiro (del Giro)': see Bank 
..r Venice. 
Eancovrah, India : see Ban- 

t, E. 9-182a; 14-215d. 



14-153b. 
-, HUBEF.! nv. 
S-22d; B-441b. 



HUBERT HOWE 3-309a ; 
■309a ; 16- 



532c. 
-, Thoin 



.8 Lane 20-7' 



D wight 21-484d. 
Dan. 20-111 (El). 

— ; Ida. 14-276 (C-B4). 
-, Me. 17-434 (113). 
-, Mich. 18-372 (F7). 
.... -„ -i+ ( H2f. 



(I-K5). 

BANDA, India (United Pro- 
ncee)3-310b; 14-376(17). 



> disk, India 3-31 Oi 



ajiima, Fr.W.Af. 11-204 
,-j). 
Bandaksvand, lake, Nor. 19- 



i --, 

_ indana, Ky. 13-740 (Al). 
BANDANA (bandanna) 3 



Bandarawella, ' Cey. 14-3. 



-<£Sl _.. 

(C5-6); 16.476s 



i hid. 25-379 
I.Pen. 17-473 



— Ziyada, Somlnd. 25-379 

(FS); 26-381a. 
Bandassi, Fr.Cong. 11-99 

(B2). 
Bandawe, C.Af. 23-260 (Dl). 



Banded agate 1-3 B8d. 
— anteater 2-94Ba ; 25-194b ; 
17-780a (fig.). 



iandeira. Marquis de S4 da 
see Sa da Banileira. 
iandeira. Braz. 4-410 (Hfl). 



s Steinthal. 
(andel d'Agoa (Negro), bay. 
Somlnd. 1K-37B (F-Q4). 



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instructions given on Page 1. 



BANDELIER, ADOLPH F. A. 
B ANDELLO, M ATTEO 3- 3 1 1 b ; 



B Sudan: 



s Por 



.) 13-9. 



Bander; . ..._.... 
Bander 1 Gez, Pers. 2i-lMjc. 
Banderillero4-789d. 
Bander ] Naaslri, Pcrs. l-43il 
BANDER LING AM (Ijint'a 

Pera. 3-312n; 21-188 (B3) 

shipping 2i-198a. 
BANDEROLE (diet.) 3-312a. 
Bander Bg, Pers. 81-18 

IA-B3) ™10-190a ; 21-188i 



Dan dim (law) 14- 4 3 9a. 
Bandi, Mal.Pen. 17-472a. 
Bandia, riv., India 14-3: 

(110). 
Band i Abbas, Pera. : i 

Bandiagara, Fr.W.Af. 11-2' 

(E3). 
Baudiai, riy., Fr. 10-77S (Ei 



_ BARTOLOM- 



, ANGELO MARIA 



BANDOLIER 3-31.'] 



'., Ire. 14-744 (B5), 



Bandy (hockey) 13-5 



BANEBERRY 3-:i 



BANFFSHIRE, Sent. 3-3 
"41Z (E2); 24-419a. 

BANFFY, DEZSO, haro 

315a; 13-920a; 2-142; 

Banff y Iluujad, Hung. 



-, HERMANN JOACHIM : 



India 3-3 10b ; 



BANGANAPALLE, 



694c ; 24-276a : languag 
22-66!>a. 
Bangasso, Fr.Cong. 11-99 (E2 







319b; 26-71 (C3) 


— , isl., Mai. 


kich. 17-466 (F2). 


Bi 29G k a .!' a " g 


Mai. Arch. 17- 


(A-B1&B3)- 21 
— . riv.. India 4-81 




. 26-71 (B3). 




BANGKOK, 


Siam3-316a: 14- 


Bankalaii(-, Java IS 


498 (B5-+ 




Bankawan, isl., P 


Bang Kill 


n. Sum. : ae e 


(B7). 


Bonkulen 




Bauk Charter Act 



Bangor, Ala. 1-460 (C2). 

— . Cal. 6-8 (C2). 

BANGOR, Ire. (Dona) 3-316o , 

14-744 (F2). 
— , Ire. (Maj-o) 14-744 (B2). 
BANGOR, Me. 3-3ISd; 17- 

— , Mich. 18-372 (D7). 
— , N.Y. 19-.'j96 (FI). 
— , Pa. 21-106 (M4). 
BANGOR, Wales 3-317b; 9. 



BANGOR IAN CONTROVERSY 



itwit major, 
oed, Wales 21 



BANGWEULU, lake, C.Af. i 
l-sai'b {table); languaj 

"•uni, Hai. 12-821 (B2). 
-, nits., Mop. 18-851 (C4-DS; 



BANIM, JOHN 3-3 



BANJALUKA, Bos 



; 4-284c 
hv, India ' 
>, Af. 1-329 
i, tribe, Ini 



1-376 (18). 
(table). 



Java 



I 12-2 



1B-2 



BANJERMASIN, Bor. 3-3 18o 
■257 <B3) 
(B3>. 
~25-76d. 



3-318d; 4-261c 
— , rlv., Bor. 4-2:57 
BANJO 3-3 

Banju Ening, 



Bank, Ti 
BANK' 



!96a. 



India 14-376 (M7). 



MARKS 3-3190. 



ianepa, I, 
1ANER. 



JOHAN GUSTAFSON 

i.so; 26-856c. 

■ Cvmru ll-549a. 

s, Cu. 7-59,1 (F2). 

irt, Cu, 7-595 (F2); 7- 

, George Ogllvj - , 1st lord 

<A2) ; 1- 



Banasdara, i 

(K10). 

Bangtapan. Siam 14-198 (A( 
Banguey,isls.,Mal.Arch.4.2 





Bankllek, 'ill. 14- 


Bakalai. 




v., Siam 14- 


BANK-NOTES 3 


■5a: 14-4940. 


of England 3-3 


14-498 (B5); 


3-342d; norma 




827b ; history 


India 14-3 8 a 


335b; law 3-3 



: see Mone 
Adriaan B-7 



BANK HOLIDAYS 3- 



Banking : see Ba 

Banking. 
BANK IP UR, India 



Bank of Baden 3-6431 



BALR-BANN 

24-834c: 
BANKS' THOMAS 3- 333d. 
Lanes. 1G-1: 



-of Bulgaria, i 
■ot Denmark, : 
-of Egypt 9-113 



National 8- 

i; 9-28c. 
■938 <F4 & 



3-349b, '3-32lb: 

broking 20-9 7 3e. 

• of Kngland, Vag-liai 

see Vas;hano v. Bu 

England. 

■of Franco 3-342b : 6 



of North A 
3-3 4 5b. 
— of Pennsyl 



— of Scotland 3 



- of the Nethcrlani 
1-8981). 

- of tlie United Stai 
J" 



BANK RATE 3-321b; 3-336h 



discharge 8-311a; 
ner B-312aj distress 
it 23-104b; dividend 
; French law 3-331d; 
n law 3-332a: in- 
;eskites2-781u.; Irish 
-331b; Italian la« 
; judgment debtoi 
b; liquidation 16' 
potitions 21 -307a 
■voting 22-517(1; re- 
ownership 13-S23c : 

330s, 14-718b':eue™^ 
i excluded ll-449e 



Banks. Dr Edga 
— , CEOROE r 

— , SIR JOSEPH 3-333a; 



Cook 11 -'629a, 



60 (D4). 
39 &2). 



19-a00< 
27- 8 9c, 

1J3 



C. 4-600 (C2). 
Jao.O. ZO-43tl (J18); 
■ ; beliefs of islanders 
7-899d 
"~ i (B5); 



!4d, 

TaB. 36-438 (Bl). 
it, K.Am. 1B- 
2); se e also McCluri 
..... Qa. 11-752 (CI). 
BANKS AND BANKING 
"- 73Sd; S-4H 






itraliar 



-964d ; 
cust-oni 3-llSo : lianenoi o- 
199b; bank-notes 3-321b; 
Canadian 5-149e ; cheques! 
see thathoadhw; clearing- 
house 6-470d luredit faeiE- 
tated by 18-69fld ; EngL'sb 
crisis 3-341a; exchange IS- 
50di Gorman ll-827b; 
interest ratea : see Ijiterest ; 
Ireland 3- 340c, 3-34K1 ; 



w Zealand 18-627a; 



Kingdom 3-339a ; Unitoa 
States 3-iUSp, 27-699C 
lank's Ford; battlo (1863) 
24-6 7 8c. 





b. 


b 




1, isl., C 
44b. 
k, 17-21 


60 



BANK OR A, dfet., 






. (Ulster) 
E2) ; navi 
2-o61o; 


3- 


Af. 2-7 26a 
188 (A2-3 
14-2 7 G (C 


) 



BANNATYNE, GEORGE 3- 



BaJlnatj-ne Club 3-3fl3d. 
— MS. 3-353d: 24-46Ba. 
Bannayenta, Brit, I see 

Banner, Johann I see B 

J ohnn. 
Banner, Cal. S-S (E5). 
— , 111. 14-304 (C3). 
— , Miss. 18-600 (CI). 



• (flag 



l(Flf). 
10-4571 



853d; 15-855d. 

Banner Co., Neb. 19-324 (A3). 

Kannerent 15-865d. 

BANNERET 3-353d I 1B- 
855c; 10-457a; distinction 
from knight bachelor 18- 
R53d ; precedenco 22-270a. 

Baitnerman, A. C 7-;I44b ; 7- 
415b. 



BANN-BARG 



Banners Elk, N.C. 19-772 (All. 
BANNERS, FEAST OF 3-354a. 
Banning, Cal. 5-S <E5). 
— , Ga. 11-752 <A2). 
— , Minn. 18-550 (E4). 
Baimingarra, Ausfa\2-060<C4). 
Bannio, It. 26-242 (BS). 
Bonnlsdale slates 17-1 lad. 
BANNISTER, CHARLES 3- 

— , JOHN 3-354b. 
— , Ralph 4-727b. 
Bannister, Mich. 18-372 (F6). 
Rannium, Wales, 4-4840. 
Bannock, mta. Ida. 14-270 

(C4). 
— , pass, Ida. and Mont. 14' 

276 (OS), 
•—.riv., Ida, 3.354b, 

BANNOCK (diet.) 3-3'54b. 
BANNOCK CO., Ida. 3-354b 

14-276 (C-Dl) ; hot spring 

14-27flc: minerals 14-277c. 
Bannockburn, Can. 20-114 

(El). 
— , Ga. 11-752 (C4). 
BANNOCKBURN, Scot. 3- 

354b: 24-418 (D2). 
— , battle of (1314) 3-354C: 24- 

430b; 9-499d; earl of IJdOray 



— , lake. Ire 16-980d. 
BANNS OP MARRIAGE 3- 

B55a ; 17-757a ; 3-3Q6a ; 
French law 17-758d. 
"mini, India 3-35Sb ; 14-376 



9-lb ; Nicholson': 



— de Cerrato, Sp. 2-400a. 
BanPaji, 3iam35-4d. 
Banpur. India 14-382 (Lift). 
Baiuiuo do france : me Banl 

— de l'Etat'de Kussie 4-77Ga. 

— de Paris ut doa Fays-Baa 3' 
343a; 4-776a. 

— dea Preta do Perao 21 -202b : 



pour le i 



Bajinuier expeditionnaire f 

Banqno. Ind. 14-422 (FS). 
Bans. Leu, int., Alps l-742b. 



BANS DA, 

Bansh 



1.14-382 (E9). 
bate, India 3-355c 
India 14-376 (KG). 



BANSHEE 3 -3 5 5c 
Bansho (lang.) 3-357d. 
Banahoryo, Jan. 15-156 (B15). 
Banshu, pro v., Jap. 15-204b. 
Banainik, tribe l-330c 
Bansko, Turk. 27-426 (02). 
Banalal, riv., India 14-376 



— Downs, Sur. 13-728a. 
Banawara (Banswada), Indi 

14-376 (E-F8>; 3-355d. 
BANSWARA, state, India I 



Bantam, Conn. 18-78; . 

— , capo, Annam 14-438 (F4). 

— , lake. Conn. 6-952 (C3>; 16- 



2-B58a: subjugatior 

iS-292o. 
Bantama, Aah. | see KumaaL 
Bantam Falls, Conn, 8-B52 

<B3). 



Bantaj-, P.Is. 2S-58c. 
BanUyan. P.la. 21-302 (DS). 
— isL, P.Is. 21-392 (D5). 



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instructions given on Page I, 

■at. Ire. 14-744 (Ci). 



auteng : gee Bantin. 


adults, Eniliab Church 22- 


antla. It. 2-235c ;. 14-OSSd. 


201d; Anabaptist doctrine 


anther, int., BwiU. 


3-371a, 6-931a; Armenian 


usage 2-5700 ; Augustine 


antigi, pt., P.Is. 81-392 (F:i). 
ANTIN3-'<56b; 15-2SGU. 


2-908d ; Baptist Church 


3-372b; Bogomil doctrine 


anting, William 7-192d; 7- 


4-119o; Calvin 5-7ec;catc 


193a; 18-196b. 


chumcnate G - 5 08b , 10-195 d 


antock, George C. 28- 130c. 


ceremony, use ol lights 


-, Granville 19-S5a. 


1B-G77e; Christmas 6-2 9 4a 


anton, Scot. 24-418 (C-D2) ; 


Churoh membership 6-328c 




0-4a; consecration M water 


-, Is!., P.Is. 21-392 (Dl). 


13-6230 ; conversion 7-i7b 


-, Low, Scot. 24-418 (C-D.'i). 


in Didoiihe S-201b ; o; 


ANTRY, Ire. 3-356b ; 14- 


dlaeiplea by Christ 15-358a 



.ces. At l-326a 



Bantwal, India 14-382 (F13). 

Banunu, tribe l-330c (table). 

BANVILLE, THEODORE F. 

de 3-3631> ; 11-1460 ; HuTJwfe 



oza, Huni;. 



ang, trihe i-330a (tabic 
yanga (lang.) 3-350c 

art£ John 21 -36b. 

oro, tribe 27-782b ; : 



1i.: ■■-. 
Janvuivang 
15-290d. 



,Javal5-284(F3) 



BAOBAB 3-363d ; Eeehnani 
'— •"' """•-■ J — -"-inorli! 



fruit 11-257,, 
Lrl7-273b: Rho- 



■261a ;" " W. 

Baobcltsob," ial., Pao.O. : set 

Babeltop. 
Baol, diet., W.AE, 28-777b. 
Bailie Galla, tribe ll-414h. 
Baonia, Fr.W.Af. 11-204 (C5). 
Baoult, Egy. : sec Bav.it. 
Bap, India 14-370 (EG). 
Bapaume, Fr. 10-778 (i'l), 

2-698d; battle (1871)11- 

13 d. 
Baph 



— beds (geol.) 11-67 Ob ; 15- 

Baptisia 13-7G3d. 

Baptism, riv., Minn. 18-550 



9-6981); Bunoini 



Presbyterian 22-28Bb ; 
baptism 6-333d, 5-431d. .. 
gi«tration 3-990b; Smyth's 
doctrine 25-283a; sponsors 
25-732a; ultra -mor' 



ing r Verrocchio) 27-1038e ; 

16- 44 4 d. 
Baptism, Mariano 4-177b. 
— , Pedro l-:i33b ; 5-591a. 
Baptlate (linen weaver) 6-8flb. 
— , NICOLAS ANSELME 3- 

3093. 
Baptiate, riv.. Can. 1-500 (A2). 
Baptasteriuin : see Piscina. 
BA>TISTERY3-370a; in ba- 



; Free Missionary £ 



il Bapti 



. Mission 
nl8-587b. 



— Missionary 

BAPTISTS 3- 

28-G83a, Ett-izsrj, n-(iia 
Australia 2-050c, S8-411) 
Bunyan 4-804b ; oonfessioi 
of faith 7-399c; Knslam 
9-421a ; Regium Donun 
23-45b ; Scotland 24-467b 
W .Ihs 28-2610. 

Free Bantiats. 



-, Scotch: s. 

■atitlst Socl 
ing the G 
Heathen 1 



r Prop 



a Mission 18-588d. 



Baputi, tri 

R, FRAnuuio 
lienr>-II.,cou 
-405a. 
,■ . ..< 

Pierre 19-71 
■, Fr. : see . 



0117- 10c; 
,tof3-405a 



fi(Fl). 
lontencgro : see Antlvai 
: (Rot), Hubs. 3-378a 
-874 (I. A2); 22-640C 
lesert, India 24-770b. 
si.. Me. 3-400a. 
ii»t... Holy Kom.Erap. 11 
-856 (hist. maps). 



ildry) : 



l (lega 



erm) 22-651 
78c; 5-55, 
8d; Engli 

icil 3-378d ; 
irllamexit 3- 
admiaaion ol 

!e) l-29d. 

I- i<!->. ■ 



i Of 



BAR (phy_. „__„., _ 

BAR, CONFEDERATION OF 



, India 26-1005d; 



Baralaon, lake. Can. B-160 

(E4). 
Barani, riv., Bor. 4-257 (B2) • 

4-256d; 24-207O. 
Barama, India 14-37G (06). 
— , riv., Brlt.Gui. 12-B75 (02) i 

12-67 9a. 
Baramahal, dist,, India 24- 

01c ; lfl-llb. 
Baramapalana, tt 



fort, 



India 



15- 



, India 3-379a. 
India 11- 5 42 a. 
)0 3-764dj 3- 



iba Tatars 26-148d. 
ibbaa (Bible) 15-35KC. 
■ .' i 



BARABRA (race) 3-379b, 

BARACALDO, Sp. 3-379o : S 

530 (Dl), 
Baraoas, Arg. 2-462 (K4). 
Barachias (legend) 3-404b, 



687d. 

Baramia (dorvielics) 9- 3 3b. 
Baramindana (king ot Helle) 

17- 5 65b. 
Baramula(Varaha-nn.ila),India 

14-376 (F2); 13-68?o i 1S- 

688d. 
— , pass, India 15-41 Sa. 
Baran. India (N.W, Front. 

l>rov.)14-376 (D3). 
— , India (Kaipiitana) 14-376 

(G7)l 12-7480. 
— , India (United Provinces) ■ 

Bee Bulandshahr. 
— , riv., India 14-376 (117). 



76 (117 ■ 
tee Ben 



Baranca, pass, Alps l-744a. 
Baranctsky, J. 16- 5 7 8c. 
Barano, It. 15-4 (B6). 
Baranof, ial., Alsk, 1-472 

(L4) ; l-472c. 
Baranoskl (bishop) 16-79(ld. 
Barunov, Alcsandor l-477b ; 

Baranquila, Colonx, 1 see Bar> 

BARANTE,' AMABLE GUU,- 
laum« Prosper, baron de 3- 



y* (aoiilptor) 24-514d. 
ia, mts., India 15-G95d. 
v., Syr. 20-H02 (El); 7- 
iu ; 16-347b ; 1-Oc. 
iaeus : see Jacob Burdo'- 

ian, plains, Turk.Ae. 5- 



(F3). 
Buranyal, General 14-7b. 
Baranaano, Jean Antoine 3- 

149c. 
Bara l'ahar, mta- India 24- 

113b. 
Baca l'anga, riv„ India 14-382 

<N9). 
Barapulana, tribe l-330d ; 3- 



(aradcre labbe) 12- 5 61 d. 
laraderes, bay, Hai. IS 

(A2); 12-824d. 
Sara Deva (god) 3-930b. 
taradino, K.S.W. 19-538 (E2). 
-, gulLl', N.S.W. 19-538 (IVl) 
(uradla cavern l-STSc. 
laraga, Mich. 18-372 (B3). 
-Co., Mich. 18-372 (B3). 
laragai, mt„ India 14-371 

(LS). 
latagan Steppo, plain, Rnm 

4-967d; zS-S^sS. 
taragarbi, India 14-37G (L6J. 



, India 14-376 (P- 



i51d. 



na, Gen 



t. 2-391a. 



o 13- 



,i. 12-824 (B2). 
— ,na.ss, a.jiiti. l-963b. 
BARAHONA DE SOTO, LUIS 

Earahout, Arab. : see Bir Boi 

Barah Topi 3- 20 7c. 



Baraqish (Yathil), Aiab. 23- 

95 Od. 
Baraqne de Fraiture, mt. 

Luxem. 3-668 (lis) ; 3-66Sa 
— de Michel, mC Belg. 3-B6S 

(G2) ; 3-G69a. 
Bararyd, Swcd. 26-190 (B3). 
Saras, P.I. 21-392 (D7). 
BARASAT, India 3-380b j 14' 



— (Turkish): see Exequatur. 
Baratang, fsl., And.Is. 4-S40 

(B6) ; l-955a. 
Barataria, La. 17-54 (o7). 
— , bay. La. 17-54 (dS). 
— , canal, La. 17-54 (o7) ; 19- 

530a. 
Baratariana : Grattan's contri- 
bution 12-379D i II. Flood's 

10-525b. 
Barataria Pass, channel. La, 

17-54 (d8). 
Baratkor, ml, India 14-370 

(L5). 
Barathron, Gr. 2-832 (map); 

2-831d. 
BARATIER, JOHANN P. 3- 

Baratae'rl, O. l-94a J 9-126d„ 



illon du Brocard, Hen 
10-61 0b. 
Ltal3-170d. 
ilhus 26-3 8 2d. 



naratun, Egy. 9-40 (A.1). 
BARATYNSKI, JEWGENU 
■Uramovich3-380b. 

Luta, Jap. 15-156 (L5). 

iva, isl„ Cape Verde Is. : 



raka. Bel.Cong. 6-H23 (E4). 
Sud. lB-908a: 26-10b 
(liarka), riv., ISJ.E.Af. 
map) ; 19-693 (D4) ; 



694c ; B-438b. 
(aral riv., India 22-867c 
lara Lacha, mts., Lidia : see 

Zamskar. 
-Lacha, pass, India 14-370 

1CII3). 
laralong, tribe : see Barolong. 



13.713a, 

,„ 8-452b. 

Barba, Lopea Saavedra 18« 

l56o. 
Barba, W.Af. ! see Borgu. 
BARBACENA, Braz. 3-3800) 

4-410 <n7). 
Barbacoan Indians 1-8113. 
" ■ .s,Colom. 6-701 (A4)i 



6-7 00 d. 
— , Venea. 2-31 4<L 
Barbadillo, Alonso Joronima 

de Salas : see flalaa Bar. 

badillo, Alonso Jeronimo de, 
Barbadoea leg : sec Elephant* 



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BANN-BARG 






Barbadori, Niccolo 10-536a. 

Barbados, bay, W.I. 2B-54 
(C4). 

BARBADOS (Barbadoes), is: 
W.I. 3-380c; 28-511 (] 
G2 and F-G4) ; bishopr 
2-I9d; cotton l.lf.',! 
ecology 28-54 

— ^Iy'l3-516<1. 
Barbagalli, Slffiiora 7-4 6 1 
Bar Bahlul (S,-riao writ 

165d 
Barbalissua fBalia), Mesi 



(ol Poland) 25-G81>. 

— (of Spaii — 

Barbara do 

Barbarat al 
Barbara Za 
Barbarea 7- 



■e Frederick I. 
see Xbizr (Khair-ed-Bin; 
BARBAROUX, CHARLES 



32 7 a. 



, ;18-8 



BARBARY PIRATES 3-383u 
l-65Ga; Spanish province 
raided 25-S51c; 4-930b. 

— red deer 27-39Sc. 

— salmon: see Shabel. 

— sheep : sec Udad. 
Barbae, cape, Af. 1-320 (B2). 



lc 6- 



10 : 77S (EC 

(E-Fl) 



BARBAULD, ANNA LETITIA 



Barbazure (Tt 
1430. 

BARBECUE 3-384c ; 6-629d. 
Burbo de Capuein 6-13id. 
BARBED WIRE 3-384c. 
— Wire Act (1393) 3-385d. 
Barbee, Colo. 6-722 (Dl>. 
fort O. 24-3 la. 



:rini Librar 
d.; 16-51 K 



, Homo 14- 
\ee Portland 
dal4-904d, 



BARBERRY 3-38( 
buliou 13 -474a 
leaf 16-323a ; a 



i' Company 16-811a. 
■i Mill, Ind. 14-422 (03) 
'a Pt., Ilai. 13-84 (B2). 



BARBERTON, 



s, Armund 10-8G6b ; 10- 
t' 3-973b" 3-974c; 3- 



Barbezieux, Fr. 10-778 (D5) ; 

Barbfano) A'berico da 15-!i7a. 
BARBICAN (diet.) 3-387b. 
BARBIER, ANTOINE ALEX- 
andrs 3-3 8 7 b. 



15-8: 



de Seville, Le (Beau- 

II (Faisi- 

•iyl ia, II (Hossini) 

BARBIER I, G 10 VANNI FRAN - 



marehals) 3-5901) ; 
iarbiere J ' ' 

Clio) 21 
larhiere,.... 

23-7521). 



bella, C 

belognosties 12-155d; 12- 

i8c 

IBE - MARBOIS, FRAN- 

il», Marquis de 3-3SSd ; 17- 

" ~r, John 4-88Gb. 



-772 (B2). 

an. 15-654 (D3) : 

(I (family) 3-38 6 b : 

; set Urban Till., 



18 -3 lie. 
t'ope. 



3-3 3 7c 

^BftrMtos) 
ji-iu acid 17-49 

it 5-7 59a. 



NICHOLAS 3- 
BrtHuuN (Barebo 

Praise-God 3-389b. 
Barbon, Wcstm. 9-413 (I. C4). 
— HiRli Fell mts., Wr'- - 

9-412(1. C4); 28-553e. 
Barbosa (Chilean genera 

IGOd. 
— , Agostlnho 5-198d. 
— , Duaite 22-«83b : ' 

Ahmedabad l-431d I t 

2e-117a. 
— , Ruy lO-GOlo. 
Barbotan, Fr. ll-904d. 
Barbotine : nee Slip. 
BARBOUR, JOHN 3-389c 



Barboursville. V; 



budoso, isL, W.I. : 



arbuT}-. Wilts. 26-236a[ 28- 
G99a. 
arbu»3-385d: 2-74.80. 



BARCA (Mori) N.Af. 3-",90d 
- ns 19-s92c ; Fatjmit. 
Jtiiro 10- 2 03 b. 
i, Sp. 2G-539 (112). 
!st., N.AI. 1-320 (Fl) 
;90d; 27-288c; 27-426a 
ra 27-2890. 

.v.. Erit. t see. Baraka, riv 
Alya, Port, 25-530 (B2) 

na.2-9CI>(G4) 



_„.ota, Sp. 25-330 (B3). 

Bareellon (lennis player) 2 

623d. 
Barcelona, It, 15-4 (Efl) ; 



-371a; tomb 11- 



BARCELONA, Sp. 3-391b 
25-530 (02) ; anc. Barcini 
23-649 (C2) ; cathedral 3' 
S9ld, 5-5a3c ; counts 25 
570d^ diaturbaiiceB (moilem 
25-5G8b, 25-565d, 25-566b 
25 - 56Sa ; glass indiistr] 
12-102d; ■ ■ ■ 

anoo 6-: 
metal u. 
obberyatoi 
(1705)25-1 
25-G08a; 
41b, 9-531 . 
3flld, 27-7a8d. 

BARCELONA, Vene>!. 3-393a ; 
27-939 (CI); redistributiOD 
of states 27 -990c. 

BARCELONA, pro v., Sp. 3- 
;(i)la; 25-530 (F-CJ2): set 



Od; 10-3(19ii; 
kcra 21 -7911c; 
19-9o8h; siege 
i7c; aiegc(1714) 
■eaty (1529) 15- 



— , a p. 3-391C. 
BARCELONNETTE, 
393a; 10-778 (H5). 



1. Sp. ; 



:e Harcc 



Bacr^ii 

lonu. 

Barcinnna. Sn. : ..-.. 

BARCLAY, ALEXANDER 

393b. 
— , Arthur 16-541C. 
— , Sir Dayid 8-443a. 
— , Sir George 5-947c. 
— . J. G. (astron.) 19-955d. 
— , JOHN (diviric) 3-394C. 
— , JOHN (satirist) 3- 3 9 4a. 
— , John (Bunveon) 26-1 29a. 
— , ROBERT (Quaker) 3-394d. 
— , Robert, Cant. l-84Sd 
— , WILLIAM 3- 3 9 5a. 
Barclay. Ala. 1-400 (C2>. 
— , III 14-304 (CM). 
— , Kaa. 15-G54(C2). 
— , Md. 17-828 (112). 
— , Pa. 21-106(12). 



Barclay do Tolly, ial., : 



ic.O. 



— Homo. Briab 
Bai-elaynvdle, N. 
Barco, Arg. 



:bton 4-G2b. 



(D2). 

......; sprL.'. . ' 

BARCOCHEBAS 3-3 9 5b ; 15. 

Barco do Avila, El, Sp. 25. 

530 (C2). 
Barcoo, riv., S.Ane. and 



J. (phyaloloeiat) 27- 

n 13-926b. 

wiiimd), diet 

■21 Od. 



larcaay, AbrtthE 
larcB-aKag (Bur: 

Hung. S-4 (II. . 
lard, fort. It. ll-199b. 



Welsh 5-G43d, 5- 



3-3U0d ; 11- 



' Bard. Tho " (horse; 
5-549c; i-431d. 



Bardael (Bardoa), race 26- 

N.Af.l-320{K2); 

3-30 

_..f..N.. 

Bardancs (E. Rom, 

we Phiilpp- 

- (general) 1 

18-359c; : 



, R.I. 23- 
9-418 (II. 



India 12-159d. 



Bardi, Giovanni (Flor, 



le do' 7 



:12b. 



i, India 14-376 (K7). 

iglio (marble) 17-e7ti.. 

BARDILI, CHRISTOPH 

Gottfried 3-39 
Bardine, Colo. 6-722 (C3). 
Bardisi, Oaman Bey al 9-1 
Bardislan, Pera. 10-190a. 
Bardlya : see Smordia. 
Bardjaluna, Sp. : see Bo 

Bardney, Lines. 9-l!G (II. 



i; 15-GSa. 
see Bardael. 
>, It, 15-4 (C2) ; 



19-746L. 
lardon, Leles. 9-420 (III. El): 

16-39 4a. 
- Hill, Lelcs. 9-416 {II. E4) ; 

5-94SU. 
' " ney, pass, Alps 1- 
JOUXT A"™*~ ' 
)OWIEC 
11-308 (C2). 



md, ' 



;-36(!d. 

Pales 9-428 (V.B2). 

eta. 21-188 (C3) 



arduiia, Sp. ; see Castile, 
ar Durani, tribes 8-694C. 
ardue, Cauc. 23-874 (II. C3;. 
ardwau, India : see Burd- 



— , Siiff. 9-424 (IV. B2). ' 



— , Sen". 24-G8B(B2). 

~, isl., N^.W. 26-278 (C-B5). 

~ (Motu Kura) isl., N.Z. 19- 

G24 (F3). 
Barea, Sp. : see Varoo. 
Baieah, Fla. 10-540 (E4). 



Bar , 

Barefoot, Walter 19-498&. 
Barefooted Carmelites, and 

other diacalceil orders r see 

Disealeed Carmelites, &o. 
Barege ttabric) 3-397ft. 
BAREGES, Fr. 3-397a i 25- 

530 (Fl); sulphur waters 

18-521a. 



- HilLs, Md. 17-828 (A3) I _ 
29GC. 

- Hill Pond, lake. Blase. 17- 
852 (D21. 

BAREILLY, India 3-397a ; 

14-376 (H5); 4-737b; 3- 

397b. 

ireketh (atone) Jl-470oi 

9-332a. 
Barel, rata., India 14-376 (P7) J 

— -130c. 

,1a, Colo. 6-J22 CFl\ 
:Ii. India (Cen. India As.) 

14-376 (118). 
— , India (U.P0_: Bee Bareilly. 
Barollan, N.S.W. 19-538 (D4). 



Barends, Barend 12-60(1(1. 
Barendaz, William : see Bar- 
ents, Willeni. 
Bareufall, fall, Aus. 11.504b. 
Harcnfels, Ger. 9-759b. 



t. 19-S33a, 

S- J 09a. 

ct. 3-397dj 21- 
ajo icui : 21-9570. 
BAHERE DE VIEUZAC, 
Bsrlrsnd 3-3973; ll-163a; 
Feiiillants 10-304a, 
Barerl, riv., India 3-9294. 

Buretswil', Sivltz. 28-342 (F2). 
Barett : see Biretta. 
BARETT1, GIUSEPPE MAHO' 

Antonio 3-398b ; 14-909d, 
BareTille, Pa, 21-10G (G7). 
Bareya (Abyssinian prince) 



Barfa 



Pers. ! see ; 



Bailfeld, - Ark. 2-552 (F2). 
— -, Ga. 11-7 d2 (C4). 



l.ittlo, Beds. 9-424 (TP. 
12). 
5t Martin, Wilts. 9-420 HH. 



E4); church 15-738o; 27- 
116a. 
BARFURUSH, Pers. 8-39&CI 

Barga, It., battle (1228) 21* 

G44c 
Bargagli, Scipiono 25-53b. 
BARGAIN AND SALE <Iaw) 

3-31)Sd; history 7-48d. 
— Saturdays 19-5 3 3a, 
Barcal, It.Somlnd, 25-3IB 

(G2). 
BarBany group 16- 8 2 9b. 
Bargarb, India 14-376 (IT). 
BarKash Ibn Said 28-95 Sa; 15- 



724c. 

Barsate sti 

170a. 



man potter) S- 
3 12-551d; «• 



BARGE (boat) 3-399a ; 24- 

87Ea ; 24-S08d ; hopper 8* 

564a; iron 2B-647Q. 
— (carriage) 3-399b. 
BARGEBOARD 3-399b. 
Bargcllo. It. (Florence) 19- 

63c ; 10-531d : frescoes 12> 

35o. 
Barge-Ioadin? dredger 8-5B3b. 



.... .... 26-242 (C2. 

itstUIo, Ind. 14*422 (ES). 
■.$. lighthouse. Ft. 18- 

Bargha, India 24-8tla. 



BARG-BARR 



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Barghana. Afe. 14-378 (A-B4). 
Barghawals, tribe 24-841a. 
BARGHEST (legend) 3-39flb.] 
Bargo, Nig. 19-678 (Fl). 
Barguorlac (bird) 24-13 9c. 
T ' ja.As.25-10(G3); 

s.Ab. 25-10 (F- 



B 2?.' 



170c 

' , Ru 



„.'.e BharaL 
, isL, Bor. 4-263a. 
, Charles Mlddletoi 
18-115a; 19-2350. 
la Noel, baroness IS 



— , George 7-756d. 
— , RICHARD HA 



snt 8-424 (IV. E4). 
4 (A3). 
19-538 (C4). 
(cruiser) 24-908tf. 



Bari, Any. 25-379 (D5). 
— , India 14-37(5 (G6). 
BARI, It. 3-400C ; 15-4 (F4) 



i(1137)23-453d 
17-466 ' (El) 



la, Fr.I.C. 14-498 (E6) : 

*&'.,' Fr!coiig? 11-99 (B2). 
ia (tree) 7-j97a. 



— Doab, dist.. India 14-376 

(E-F4); 22-6S4B. 
Barid Shall! (dynasty) 14- 



1, Gedeon 6-334b. 



ial7-5. 



1(R2) 



Barima, riv„ Br.Gui. 12-675 

IB-C2); 12-877C. 
Bar-i-Madan, diet., Pera. 19- 

Barimo' 3- 604b. 

Barinas. Venez. 27-9S9(B2); 

27-9900. 
BARING (family) 3-401 a. 
Baring, Alexander, 1st baron 

Ashburton ' see Aahburton, 



ivelrn B^. — „. _ 

— , earls of Northbrook . me 
Northbrook, carls of. 

—.Francis Tliornhlll, Bacon 
Northbrook : see North- 
brook, Francis Thonihill 

— , Thomas Charles 20-lOBa. 
Baring, Me. 17-434 (E3). 
—, Mo. 18-808 (Dl). 
— , Wash. 28-354 (D2). 
—, cape. Can. 5-160 (F2). 
■—i Ida., Pac.O.i see Namortk. 



BARING-GOULD, SABIN! 
Baring' Land, dlat.. Can. 6-160 



BARISAL. India 3-401d ; 

376 (08). 
-—.civ., India 3-1331) ; 3-4( 



4-5 I8d; 
; methyl 



Barl" 



iols, Fr. 10-778 



17-6180. 
Sarka, Arab. 2 
-, W.Af. 19-C' 



8-414d, 22-685 



Bar-Kcpha, Moses 3-446b; 9- 

679b. 
Backer, Arthur Edward Jamca 

— , Collet 19-42n. 

— , C. F. (draughts player) B> 

548a. 
— , EDMUND HENRY 3-403a. 



— (bird) : see I 

wit and Borl 

Barker Hill, 17 



s. 18- 939a. 
i) 2-S95c. 
... i 
17-852 (Dl). 

ramway)27.1fl0b. 
ok, riv., N.J. 19- 

3. 19-772 (B4). 
it. 5-481a. 
MILL (mech.) 3- 

n'd, lake, Me. 17-434 

irvllle, B.C. 4-600 (E2). 
lamated. Conn, fi-952 



Barkhac, dii 
Barkhatnay 



arkhut 



e Barkiyarok. 



357a, 

Barkin. Sib. 25-10 (H-Il). 
BARKING, Ess. 3-403o ; It 

942 <E2); 11th ceuliii' 

school 24-37 1 P. 
Barking bird 6-146d. 
Barking Creek, Ess. 3-403o. 
Barking doer : see MnntjBC. 



Backing Level, dist.. 



Tolly, Michae 



403d, 25-47 5b; Griquulai 
West 27-190d; Mauriti 
17-9158 ; Victoria 2- 963d. 

BARKLY EAST, S.Af.3-403( 
25-466 (118). 

Barklyite 23-812d. 

BARKLY WEST (Klipdrif 
8.At. 3-403d; 25-466 (Gi; 
12-607b. 

Bar Kokba : see Barcochebo 



arkuk (Zahir) 
arku'kiya, mos 



12-168b; 27-424(1. 
— , late, Tufkest. 27- 

— , Kits., Tirrkest. 6-1 



- AND JOSAPHAT 3-40: 
15-280b ; 23-501d. 
■arlaston, Starrs. 6-416 I 



El); 25-388d. 



!, Fr. 3-404d ; ID- 



BARLETTA, ] 
26 ( H"4) ; ai 
(Fi);C6rdol 



udull IS -4 
7-140C. 
1 (IV. B2). 
H). 

17- 499c 



1 - 398d foil. 



BARLEYCORN 3-4060 ; 17- 

500b (fig.). 
— siglit (rifle) 25- 6nd. 
Barley cylinder lO-550d. 

Barley ' Mow 'bn,' lionrf %■ 
. ...- 

Barley -suirar6-R98d. 
Barliclmay, dist., Warwick. 

.'* i . 
Barlings, Lines. 9-418 (II. G3) ; 

abbey 16-71(10. 
Bar-lock typewriter 27-502b 

(fie.). 
Barloge, Ire. 14-744 (B5). 
Barlow. Alfred 2S-444d. 
— , Arthur 22-870a; 19-7750. 



Barlow, 

— , SIR 

406o; 14-4 

— , Henry Clerk 16-554d. 



-, PETER 3-40Ta ; compaai 
6-R09c; eleetrodynamlo ro- 
tation 9-1 85a ; fluid lenses 

800c;* tables 26-327d ; 26- 

-', P. W. (engineer) 12-39Sd : 

27-401b. 
~, R. G. (cricketer) 7-442a. 
-, Thomas (bishop) 8-BBla ; 



n(bp. ofChioheator 
ii (bp. of St Davids 
n' (chemist) 7-584d 



>f.Dak. 19-780 (E2) 



reg. 29- 
(archdeacon 



:iak (Barmecide) 3-407a.' 
lakids : see Barmecides, 
nan Ardaahir: see Spa; 
is Charas. 
r.by on the Moor, Yorks. 

l-the-Marsli, Yorka. 8- 

1 ' ' ■ ~ 407b. 
■407a J 

Baime'dman,""N.S.W. 19-538 

BARMEN, Ger. 3-407b i 11 

808 (I. K6). 
Bnrmec, India 14-378 (D7). 
— , rlv , India 14-376 (13). 
Bar Mills, Mo. 17-434 (E5). 
Banning, Ka«t, Kent 16-94 

(F3) ; chucch - stalls 28 

— neath, Kent 16-942 (F31. 
BARMOTE COURT 3-407 c." 
BARMOUTH, Wales 3-407d ; 



i. Ire. 14-74+ (B3). 



Bratliwait) 4 -436b: 17' 
102d. 
BARNABAS (apostle) 3-407d 



k 17-727b; St Pani 



-, Epistle of 3-408o ; 2-182d ; 
8-2(1 la. 
-, Goapel of 3-409b. 



cof. 13-3430. 
se Bernabo. 
nteramneneia 20- 



urnack, Northanta 9-424 
(IV. Bl): ebiireh 19-770a i 
goology 19-76SO ; school 24- 



(06 ; 15 

Biiniagar, I _ 

BARNARD, LADY ANNE 3- 



14-376 
6 (F8). 



-. Elizabeth, Lady 24-776a. 
-, Edward E. : comots pbotO' 
graphed 21-525a [ corona 



inn's rings a"* f " > *" * 

light 28-99 St.. 
Barnard, Fradecick 5-333b. 
— , FREDERICK AUGUSTUS 

Poctec 3-J09d. 
— - , GEORGE GREY 3-410b ; 

24- 5 16c. 
— , Gcace Vane, baronoas I see 

— , HENRY 3-*10b. 

— , Henry Vane, 3rd baron ; 

see Darlington, oarl ok 
— , Sir Henry William 14- 



737a. 

— , JOHN (mnsieian) 3-41 Oo. 
— , John Gross 28-550b. 
Barnard, Ind. 14-422 (D5). 
— , Kan. 15-654 (Dl). 
— , Mo. 18-608 (Bl). 
— , Vt. 19-490 (B4). 
— CASTLE, Dnr. 3-410o ; 9. 

412 (I. E3) ; 3-257ftl goology 



8-706 



College, 



N.Y. 6-739d: 3- 
m, Sic Samuel 25- 



Barnacd's Inn, Loud. 14-5! 

13-5 8 2a. 
Barnato, Barney 15-799o. 
BARNAUL, Itnas.As. 3-4 

25-10 (D3); climate 8-7 

19 -0 44b. 



BARNBY, SIR JOSEPH 3- 

412a. 
Baraby Moor, Notts. 9-418 (II. 



Barndoor Match 7-443d. 
Bame, Lieut. 21 -9 66c. 
Barne, Inlet, Antarot. 21-981 

(H-G). 
Carnegat, N.J. 19-503 (D4). 
— , bay, N.J. 16-502 (D4}| 



— City, JN .J. 19-5U2 (1 
Bixrn Elma (honae) 15- 
BARNES, ALBERT 3-' 



inlet, N.J. 19-502 (D4). 
""■ " " ' 19-502 (D4). 

• 15 -838a. 

, J 3-412b. 

,BARNABE3-412c;9-620b. 
— , SIR EDWARD 3-412<I ; 5- 

781d. 
— , H. 1. : oalorimetry 5-65o I 
ground Ice 12-624d; radio- 
activity 22- 8 02a. 
— , F. K. 24-9250. 
— , Joseph 20- i 1 3a. 
— , Joahua (captain) 16-522b, 
— , JOSHUA (scholar) 3-413a ; 

3-751a. 
— , Juliana : see Berners, Juli- 

— , Richard 36- 10 la. 
— , ROBERT 3-413a J 7-3430. 
—.THOMAS 3-4130. 
—.WILLIAM 3-413C! 20- 

898o: statue 8 -422d. 
Barnes, Ark. 2-532 (B21. 
— , Colo. 6-722 (F4). 



-, Nev. 3-8 (F2). 

-, Pa. 21-106 (E2). 

-, 8m-. 16-942 (D3) I popula- 



- Corners, N.Y. 19-596 (E2). 

- Co., N.Dak. 19-7S0 (F2-G3). 

- Greec Lanes. 17-545 (map), 
(arnes Hall, Cornell Univer- 
sity, U.S. 7-169b. 



" i. Pa. 21-1 



i(I7>. 



— , East, Herts. 3-414b; 16- 

942 (D2). 
— , High, Herts. : see Chipping 

—, New, ' Herts. 3-414b; 16- 

042 (B2). 
Baruet, battle of 23-7360 ; 9- 

520a. 
Earnctbyle Wold, Lines. 9-4IG 

(II. G2). 
Baruclt, Henrietta Octavia 3- 

— , JOHN 3-4 14b. 

— , JOHN FRANCIS 3-414b. 

—.SAMUEL AUCUSTUS 3- 

— , William : caa engine 11- 

4BBa. 
Barnctt, Ga.. 11-752 (D2). 
~, 111. 14-304 (C4). 
— , Mo. IB -GOB (D3). 
Barnetts, Hoare &Co.3-33Gd. 
Barneveld,Wis.ZB-740(C-D5). 
Barneville, abbe de 3-SOfia. 
Bameville-6tur-Mer, It. 10- 1 

(C3). 
Barnewall,SirPatjlckl4-777c. 
~i. 11-752 (C4). 
.19-780 (Ga). 
— , ma-, J.-..S.VV. 19-538 (C3). 
BARNFIELD, RICHARD 3- 

411d; 20-S97b. 
Harnham. Bucks. 4-72Hb. 
— , Sufi". 9-421 (IV. D2>. 
—, Sua. 8-421 (IV. A5>. 
Barn hill. HI. 14-304 (D5). 
— ,0.20-26 (Hi). 



Lamer, G 
— , N.i)»k 



Scot. 



i Sand, sandbank, 
-2{ES). 



BARNIM, dist., Ger. 3-4151; 

11-808 (D2). 
Hum Ingham Hall, Norf. 19 < 



Uarnodo,' isl.."V.I. :' i 
~ rnoldbv le Book, L 



416(11. G2). 



,'8-420 (III, 



Bamsbori 
Barnsb.iry. t 

D3). 

— , Ky. 15-740 (A3). 
BARNSLEY, Yorks. 3-416a 

28-D;W (C2) ; 2B-B31d. 
BARNSTABLE, Mass. 3-416e 

17-852 (OS) ; 17-853d. 
— , harbour, Mass. 17-852 (G3 

— Ci>„ Maes. 17-85-2 IF-G3) 
3- 11 Go. 

BARNSTAPLE, Dov. 3-llGc 
B : 430(VI. 1)1); geology t 

~, bay.'Dev. 9-4;i0 (VI. Dl). 
Bnrnstead. N.ii. 19-190 (Eo) 
BaniBtoii, Can. 18-190 (Dl). 

- , Ches. 16-139 (A3). 
— , Ess. 8-424 (IV. C:i). 

-, Neb. 19-324 (114). 



— Green group 28- 82 3c. 
Baratan, Soot. 8-943a- 

— House. Edinburgh 24-418 

(E;i). 

BAR NUM. PHINE AS TAYLOR 



— , rnt., Vt. 19-4! 



library lB-SAIla. ; 



— , S.C. 25-500 (C3). 
— , c-astle, Northants. l»-770a. 
Barnwell Chronicle 2S-297a. 
Barnwell Co., S.C. 25-500 



To make fall use of this Index it. is essential to read the 
Instructions given on Page I. 

Barre, Hase. 17-852 (C2>; 17. 



:93 (C6); i-84 

-oaeh, India : 

BAROCCHIO, GIACOMO 
117b; 2-4l2c; classic orde 



Barodo, facio 



India 25-1001d. 



304 b ; Boer ■ 

Barblos(wine)2S-727d. 
Barombi, dialect 3-359C. 
BAROMETER 3-41 to; 
274b ; Conte'a 7-24d. 
BAROMETRIC LIGHT 3-4: 



BARON (til 
15-8 5 Sd ; 



BARONET (t 



addroi 



3-423a; 15- 



. 19-8 



925a ; precedence table 22- 

270a. 
Baronetage, Hon. Society of 

the 3-423(1. 
Baronett, Wis. 28-740 (BSV 
Baronga, tribe l-330d. 
BARONIUS, CAESAR 3-iUa.; 



13-53()c i 
l-903b; 



lb on 5- 443d, 



aron of beef 16-9231). 
aronotr, isl., Alsk. : 
Baranof. 
iron of the Cinque 

■ of the' Exchequer 3-s 

1S-595& 

orona, Articles o! the: 



Baron (educationalist,) 11-2390. 

BAROQUE 3-42-lbj 3-117b; 
Borromini 4-275(1 ; in Rome 
23-612a; Tri polo 26- 9 64 a. 



BAROUCHE (die! 



India 14-370 



:■■ . ■ : 



i ■ 



p) 24-S78b. 

e (ship) 24-S78b. 

Vares.Sp. ll-402d. 

5-741o. 

BARQUISIMETO, Yettez. 3- 
,,„,.. Z7 . 9B9 (A^B2): 27- 

Yenez. 3-12Gc. 
re hi bald 22- 888c. 

James, on pleurisy 21- 
; septicaemia 24-653b. 
tin 5-7 55c. 
Got. 3-42Gd : 11-80S 

t. 24-412 1D4). 



, head, Scot. 24-412 (A3) ; 

42Sd. 

VRRA, isl., Scot. 3-426d ;2 

412 (A3). 

, isls., Scot. 24-41 2 (A3). 



I. 11-204 (A3). 



Barraba, N.S.W 



BARRACKS 3-427a ; 2 
ventilation 27- 100 9b. 

Baira-eonda Rapids, W.. 
204 (B3) ; 11-4360. 

Ilarraooon 7-77b. 

" Barra^outa " (ship) 6- 

Barra do Corda, Braz. 



) Negro, Bra; 
la 25-546b ; t 



I. 26-190 

3-4 (13) ; 

BAROTAC NUEVO, PJs. 3- 



(D2). 
27- 2 i 2a 



UK. 4-440 

i 23-353b. 

Neoeera- 

10 (El). 



., Port. l-599a ; 



27-102Gd. 



8S0d. 
BARRE, Vt. 3-432o 

Ehod. 

—'Center, N.Y.'l9-596 (B2). 

25-lOlGo; 



sr pipes 



. oodpoe 



I- Sic. 



4-440 (H5). 
ay.. 4-410 (112). 
25-530 (A3) 



fault 27-95Gd ; 






9-3470. 
Ire. - 



4-744 



7-416b; 2 
larremian group 7-41Gi 

670b. 
lairen, cape, Tas. 26-438 

(Bl). 
IAHREN, isl., India 3-434b ; 

4-840 (B6) ; 1-935U. 
-, isl., Md. 17-828 (G4), 
-, isl., Nfd. 19-479 (C3). 
-, isl., N.S. 19-831 (D2). 
-, isl., N.Y. 19-596 |I4>. 
~, isl., Tas. 26-438 (Alj. 
-, ists., Alsk. 1-472 (G4). 
-, Ms., Kor. 1B-156 (D9). 
-, isls.. Mad. 17-271 (A3). 
-, plains, N.Mex. 19-520 (D4). 

-CO. """ Itinii/.o.nii 



(H4). 
— Flagstoi 



i-740 (A3-B4). 
.p., Md, 1? "' 

roo 10-332d. 



- _ j52 (D2). 

Barrenfork, Ky. 15-740 (1)4). 
Barron Fork of Illinois Rive 

riv., Okia. 20-58 (G2). 
Barren -ground carlo on 23-5 Gl 



i, dist., Ky. 15-745d. 



BARQ-BARR 

BARRIE, Can, 3-436a ; £•■ 
114 (C2>. 
-, isl., Can. 18-372 (HI). 

de 15-8GGo! 
larricr, capo, N.Z. 19-624 

(K2). 
-(Great), isL, N.Z. 19-624 

(K-F2). 
-(Little), isl., N.5S. 19-624 



— , mts., N^.W. 19-538 (A3) : 

19-538c. 
— , rlv., Can. 24-225 (B2). 
Barrior Act 24-163H. 
— basin 16-8 Go. 
BARRIERE, THEODORE 3- 

Earrior'roefs7-132d. 
BARRIER TREATY 3-4361) ; 

27-827e. 
Earrighit, Nahr, riv., SjTla 15- 

BARRILI, ANTONIO OIULIO 

Bazriila, mts., Tes. 26-699 

(J)5). 
BARRING-OUT 3-136c. 
BARRMCTON, DAWES 3- 

43flo. 
— , GEORGE 3-436d. 



t viscount 



Barrotos, 
Barret SI 



BARRANQUILLA, Colo 
431c- B-701 (B2). 

PAUL FRANCOIS 

count of (1755-1821)] 



BARRATRY3-432b. 
Barra^, Sp. 23-530 (D3). 



Barre, Ft. 10-778 (F5). 



an. 19-66flb. 
raz. 4-440 (G7). 
d. Ire, 14-744 (A3). 
Elkabcth: see 
r, Elizabeth Bar- 

3-434C. 



— , W. F. : on divining rod 8- 
333o; magnetism 17-338h, 
17-345b ; eoneitive flames 
85-4561) ; telepathy 26-5 4 Bb. 

—.William 6-llb. 

— , WILSON 3-43*d. 

Barrett, Minn. 18-550 (R5). 

Barrette (cap) 3-980d. 

Barrett-Haroilton, G. E. H. 
18-9 lid. 

Barretts Ferry, Ey. 15-740 
(B3). 

Bnrrettflville. Art. 2-552 CD3). 

Marr (rroup 16-838c ; 20-236b. 

Barrhai, tribo : ace Bliars. 

BARRHEAD, hursh. Soot. 3- 
135a; 24-418 (C:i). 

Barrhill, Scot, 24-412 (Dl) ; 4- 
581 (A-Bl); 12-28Sc; — 
tiotiities 4-581b. 4-987a. 

Barrborn, nit., Alps 26. 
(Dl). 

Barri, Fillpe de 5-20b. 

— , Gerald do : see Gira: 



, JOHN SHUTE.l. 

3-437a. 
— , SAMUEL 3-437b. 
— , SHUTE (eeclesiastjc) 3- 

437c. 
— , WILLIAM WILDMAN 

Shuts, 2nd viscount 3- 

437c 
Barrington, Ga. 11-752 (K4). 
— , HI. 14-304 (Dl). 
— , N.H. 19-190 (E5). 
— , N.S.W. 19-538 (F2). 
— , E.I. 23-249 (C2). 
— , Som. 9-430 (VI. G2). 

— (Great), Glos, : sec Great 
Barrington. 

— (Great), Mass! see Great 
Barrington. 

— , bay, N.S. 19-831 (B3). 

— Court, Som. 25-391a. 
Barringnn, N.S.W, 18-533 

(C-Dl). 
Barrios, Jose Maria Reina 12- 

664b. 
— ,Kufliio 12-664a: 5-677b 1 



BARRISTER : 



-, JEAN BAPTISTE JOSEPH 

7-964b; 4-223b. 
Jarrois, Fr. 3-405a. 
lavroisla 7.418a, 
larrok pearl : see BaroqnB 



-, Robert 10-841d, 
-, Samuel 8-8 3 9a. 
arron, Oreg. 20-242 (C5), 
-.Wis. 28-710 (B3). 
-. falls Queens. 4-953o. 



— , Prudento de Moraes : see 

Moraes Marros. 
BarrOB, P. R. 22-12* (B2J. 
Barros (soil) 28-725b. 
Barrosa, Sp. : battlo (1811) 

ai-SSc, 12-2 Sill. 
Barros Arana, Diego 6-148a. 
- — Luco, Ramon 6-I56c. 
Barros, Tierra do, dist., So. 

25-530 (B3). 
BARROT, C. H. O. 3-43DC I 

10-8650. 
Barroussia6-617d. 
Barrow, Henry (Separatist) I 

see Barrowe. 
— , Isaac (bp. of St Asaph) 3- 

440a; 23-lOlflb ; 17-53Sd. 
— , ISAAC (mathematici ' " 



440a ; differentiation 14- 

539d s Newton 19-5 8 3d i 

sermons 9-G29d. 
-, SIR JOHN 3-440d ! 21- 

943d; 27-5741). 
Harrow, Alsk. 1-472 <FI). 
-, 111. 14-304 (B4). 
-, Lines. 5-7S6d. 
-, Suff. 9-424 (TV. D2). 
— , canal. Ire. 14-747d. 
-, cape. Can. 5-160 (G2). 
-, harbour. Ire. 14-744 <B4). 
-, ial, Auatr. 2-960 (B4). 



BARR-BASS 



— , pt., Alsk. 1-4 

950a; temperature l-tna 

whaling 2B-573a, 
BARROW, riv., Ire. 3-441a : 

14-741 (E4); S-345d; 15- 

790d. 

— (Lessor), riv., Iro. 15-790d. 
— ,str.. Can. 5-160 (LI) ; A- 

240b; 20-2371). 

BARROW (archaeol.) 3-441a : 
2-348o ; bronze ago 4-641a : 
ll-828d; Celts 2-351a: 
dimensions ll-330c ; Po 
mona 22-49a; Scythians 
24-537d. 

Barrowby, Lines. 9-416 (It 
F4). 

Barrow Creek. S.Aufl. 2-98(1 
<E4). 

— Deep, North S. 24-743a. 



Barrows, John Henry 19-9471 
Barrow's, mt., CaL 5-8 (CI). 
Barrowe ElutLGa. 11-752 (U4). 



I.G2); 16- 

— noon Soar. Leics. 9-416 (II. 
Ei); 16-391d; 18-942a. 

Barrow way-plate ; see Plate 

rail. 
Barrsville, O. 6-373C. 
Barrna, Fr.W.Af. ! see Say- 

Barrua Agreement. 
Barrula (North), mt., L of M. 

9-412 (I. B2). 

— (South), mt, I. of M,. B-412 
(I. A2). 

Barrule elates 17-534d. 

Barrj- (Irish family) 14-771a. 

— , A. de (botanist) 19-I05a. 

— , Alfred 3-444b. 

— . Ann Street 3-44Sd. 

— , SIR CHARLES 3-443d ; 2- 

430a; metal work 1S-213C 
— , David Barry. Viscount : 

see Barry in ore. 
— , EdwardMiddIeton3-444b ; 

2-433H. 
— , ELIZABETH 3-4440 ; 20- 

377a. 
— , JAMF 

~S44d. 

— , Martin (biologist) 23-1183. 

— , SIR REDMOND 3-4451) ; 
18-9 le. 

— , SPRANGER 3-4 15c 

— , W.J. M.12-899e; Z2-6?2d, 

Barry, IU. 14-304 (A4). 

— , Minn. 18-530 (A 5). 

— > Scot. (Forfar) 24-418 <F2). 

BARRY. Wales 3-445d ; 9- 
428 (V. E5) ; docks 8-357a, 
8-3800, 8-358b (plan). 

— , castle, Wales 3-44Ba. 

— .glen, Soot. (Banff.) 3- 

— (Flton), mt., Reunion ! 
182a. 

— Co., Mich. 18-372 (E7h 

— Co., Mo. 18-608 (C5). 
Barry Cornwall : see Proct 

Bryan Waller. 
Barry-hill, Scot. 28-14fld. 
Barry Island, dist., Wales 

44Sd. 
Barry Links Sci 
Barry Lyndon, 

(Thackeray) 26-7: 



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I. India 3-446o; 1 



i. isl., Ger. 8-24 (B3). 

li, India 14-376 (N7). 

jm (rel.) 5-4<S8o. 

Bfl-rsony, Stephen 13-930a. 
Barston, War wick 25-758 (B2). 
Barstow, John L. 27 -102 9b. 
-.William A. 28-747b. 



Earsudaill, Stephen ; 

Stephen Barsuduili. 
Barsumas (bp. of Nisit 
"l407c 



19-232 (map). 
' ir-Ornain, I' 



lo-Dnc. 
BAR -SUR -SEINE, Fr. 3-446d 

10-778 <G3); 4-S22a. 
BART, JEAN 3-446d;10-844d 

10- 8 3 Sd. 
Burt, (abb rev.) 1-2 9a. 
Bart, Pa. 21-106 (K6). 
"- 21-108 (07' 



ilodgod«'itl2-179d. 



t, 5-378b. 



Bar 

Bartal. G 

BART AN, Turk. A 

2-780 (E2). 
— (Parthenius), 

3-447a; 4-12 



■. Iowa 
Barten, Ger. 11-808 (III). 
BARTENSTEIN, Ger. 3-4470 ; 

11-808(111); treaty (1807) 

3-447b. 
Barter, Richard 3-5I7d; 14 

BARTER, 3-447b ; 24-63(1. 
Barter ville. Ky. 15-740 (D2). 
Bartfa (Bart'cld), n"un£t. 3- 

(CS2) ; 9-809H ; 13-B98d. 
BARTET. JEANNE JULIA 

BARTH, HEINIHCH 3-447b ; 
Adamawa 1-174B ; Bash-mi 
3-201d; Cyrono 7-705a ; 
Fezzan 10-:il)ya: Gao 11- 
Nisei 



11-S08(D1>. 
BARTHELEMY, ANATOLE J. 

— ,'AUGUSTE MARSEnXE 



FRANCOIS, marquis d( 
448e; 2-KS^e: 10-S59b. 
— . JEAN JACQUES 3-4 18c. 
-, SAINT H1LAIRI JULES 3- 



H. Si 

— , David Barry, viscount 14- 

776c 
— . Ethel 8-57Fo. 
— . Georgiana 8-57SC 

"1 Maurice 8-57 Se. 

Borrys Bar, Can. 20-114 (EI). 

- Cove, Ire. 14-744 (C5). 

— Head, cape. Ire. 14-744 (C5). 
Barryton, Mich. 1B-372 (E6). 
Barrytown. N.Z. 19-624 (C5). 

6-771b. 
Bars, co., Hung. 3-4 (FBI. 
Barsabas Justus (bibl.) 17- 

899c. 
Bnrsac,Fr. 28- 7 2 2c 
Barsa Kelmes. swamp, Rusa 

As. 27-420 (B3). 
EAR -S ALIBI, JACOB or DIO- 

nyslui 3-448b ; 9-6790. 
B aream y a (Bdeasan martyr) 8- 

Barean'tt gas engine 11-496&. 

Barsbat (Egyptian snltan) 
ttt Ashraf . 

Bum, Owns* B, If. 88->60n. 



449a; 10-890 



Bartholomi 



r (Piss 



; 9-9 12d. 



JOHN 3- 450a. 
W. H. 5-171b. 
:(holomew, deep, 

riv.', Ark. and La. 17-54 
L!l); 2-552 (D4). 
Jo.. Ind. 14-122 (F6J. 
BARTHOLOMEW PAIR 3- 

Gos2>eI of 2- 



450a. 



2-1750. 
loHhdloTneii', Eevclatioi 



oj St 



jonis 10-8931 
19-485 (CD. 
L 12-675(02); 



Bartle, Lan 

~~ (H3JT 2'- , 942e^ Ueen,i ' ""'"" 
Bartles ville, Okla. 20- £ 

(E-Fl); ZO-58d. 
BarUett, A. D. 13-7070 ; 1! 

842o ; zoology 20-316o. 
— , E. J. (chcmiBt) 7-109C. 
— , Elisha (doctor) 87-SOMa. 
— , JOHN (publisher) 3-450h. 
— , JOHN RUSSELL (historian) 

3-4501). 
--..Tosiali 19-498a; l-851d. 

-, PAUL WAYLAND 3-450C. 



32c 



-, O. 20-26 (G6). 

-, Tenn. 26-820 (B2). 

-, Tex. 26-690 (K5). 



-, lake. Me. 17-43 



13- 



Bartlow, Cambs. 



-424 {IV. 



Bartu. Pa. 21-106 (L5). 
Bartok, Louis 13-9S9C. 
Bnrtol, Cyrus A. 17-7 60. 
Hartoli, Adolto (author) 14' 

912d. 
— , Adolfo G. (phystdst)5-66b 
— , DANIELLO 3-450dJ 15> 

562 c. 
— , I'ietro Santi 5-302a. 
— , Taddeo 2O-4S0a. 
BARTOLINI, LORENZO 3 

450d; 24-512d. 
Bartolini Palace, Florence 2 

411b; 3-124h. 
Bartolists 23-576C 



BARTHEZ, PAUL JOSEPH 3- 
" "3b i 18-53d. 

ilet, Thomas 3-900a 
loldi. F A. 3-868C 
lolln's glands 3-449( 



— , Thomas Thonn 



- (of Milneterberg), prlno 



FBrdinaodD3-450d. 
Bartolommeo da Montepuk 

— dl Fogg'ia,' Nicolo di : s 
Nioolo di Bartolommeo 

BARTOLOMMEO DI PAG- 

holo, Ira (Itali ' ' ' 

— Montagnana ; 

BARTOLOZZI, FRANCESCO 
3-451c: 24-853a; Z4-3B»a 

BARTOLUS 3-451d ; 23-576c 
Golden Bull (1356) 12-208a 
on torture 27-77b. 

Barton, Andrew 24-442&. 

—.BENJAMIN SMITH 3-452e 

— , BERNARD 3-452B. 

— , CLARA 3-452h. 

— , David 4-2370. 

— , D, *\ ll-588d. 
-, Sir Edmund 2- 9 67 b. 



> ELIZABETH 3-452c ; 
■ fi-126b. 



— . Edward_23-832d ; 22-346b. 

— ' J, 

— ', Luke 13-7 89< 

-, Willlan - ' ' 

arton, Al 

-, Ark. B- 
— , Colo. 6-722 (H3). 
— , Hants 3-453a. 
— . La. 17-54 (0.6). 



8-740 (E5). 
.9-41^(1. F.4). 
1. 19-490 (C2) 



(IT. El); lfl-J44d. 



arton clay 3-45 
arton Co., I 
(Dli). 
- Co., Mo. I8-61 



Barton Landi 



mp 9-663 ai 9- 

ng, Vt. 19-490 

— Mills, SulT. 9-424 (IV. C2). 
Barton's point. Kent 24-822b. 
Bartonsvillc, Pa. 21-106 (M3). 
Barton • under - Necdwood. 

Starts. 9-416 (II. D4). 

■ " UPON - HUMBER, 



Barton-upon -Ir well. Lanes. 17 • 

545 (map) :5.169a. 
Bartonville, Ga. 11-752 (( 
— , III. 21-126b, 
Barton jj. Taylor 7-25b. 



Bartragh, isl.. Ire. 14-744 (B2). 
Bartram, William 28- 69 Id. 
Bartramian sandpiper {zoi 

Bactram's Botanical Gardon 

21-369b. 
Bartrina, Joaquin Maria 25- 

Bartrum barometer 3-418d. 
Bart.scH, Karl28-775c 
Bartsch, riv., Got. 11-808 (F3) i 

Bartschius, Jacobus 7-13(1. 
Bartsia 24-48Gb : 21-779o,. 
Barttelot, Major E. M.25-780d. 
Barlville, Pa. 21-105 (117). 
Baru, India 14-376 (Pfi). 
—.isl., Colom. 6-701 (B2); B- 

702a. 
Baru (priest) 2O-102d; 22- 

317h. 
Barua, dlst., Cong.F.3, : get 



larwick. Can. 20-114 (Al). 

-in ffiimet, Yorks. 28-93 

(1)1); 28-934a. 
Iar-winding8-772a. 



dor Ivanovlch, 

45 5 d. 

■, Theodore 21-291d. 
Bary centric calculus 1-6 14a, 
Barychelidae 2-ii06d. 
Barychelus 2-306d. 
BARYE, ANTOfflE LOUIS 3- 

456a; 24-508d. 
Barygaza, India : see Broach. 
Barymlte j see Barhiton. 
Earyphthengus 18-9 10b. 
Barypoda 17.526a; 17-52To| 

2S-100Bd. 
laryta water 25-959o; 3« 

402b. 
— white 21 -5 99a. 
BARYTES (min.) 3-4581> J 

barium compounds 3-402b t 

belestine compound 5-600o j 

crystalline form 7-5 7 8a 1 

Wedgwood pottery 5-7 43c, 
Barytherium 2Z-407d. 



3-957b. 

BARYTOCALCITE 3-4 
BARYTONE ' ' - " 



-<stop)12-95Sd. 
tarzas Breis 5-651. . 
laraio, It. 17-626d. 



■65 la ; 16- 2 9 4a, 

326d. 

of Cyrus) : see 



Smerdis. 
iarzizza, .Gaaparlno da 6- 

453d. 
Jarzrud, dist.^Rers. W-265b 



Ba'sa, king of Amnion t set 

Basa, Ash. 12-203 (B3). 

— , county. Lib. 11-204 (05) | 

16-54 Id. 
— , trlbo. Lib. l-329d; 15- 

933b; language 3-3590. 
Basaba ! see Basava. 
Basa Kavi : set Kavi. 

— Kedaton 15-289a. 

— Komi, etate. Nig, I see 

BasaSriDdla 14-376 (E3fc 
Basalat Jang 6-3K0b. 
Baaaha 25^72 3 b. 
Basal , lamina : 



, lake, Tib. 6-168 
(Jlii). 
Bacur tank system 14-85 
Barus, Carl 17-34Ha ; IS' 

Qarut, India : gee Bharauau 

tiaruth, Ger. 11-808 (D2). 

Qarvas, Scot. 24-412 (HI). 

■-!-■. 1 ■■ 

Ba'rven'kova," Buss. 23-874 (I. 

Barviek Burn, rlv„ Scot, 24- 

418 (D2). 
Barwa, India (Bundelkhand) 

14-376 (H7) ; 4-797c. 
— , India (Madras) 14-382 

(L10). 
Barwai, India (Indoro) 14-376 

(F8). 
Barwalde, Ger. (Pomeranl 

3randonburg) ; treaty 
" " 736a. 

14-378 (FS); 

ite, India 3- 

„ dl3-56d. 

Burwcll Court, ,°ur. 16-942 
(OS). 



10 






Ventral 

see Pinacoid, 

10-572d. 
17d. 

722 (02). 
(C-D4). 

, 3(D3). 

BASALT (rock) 3-457al 21- 
328c; 21-332(PLIII.flg.5); 
building 23-585d,9-lSo; gas 
occlusion 28-184bi origin 
ll-644b ; pumice 28-045c j 



— tufi27-364b. 
Basanitel5-279b; 21-338d. 
Basanitis, Syr. 19-319a, 



3 Kusu, Bet-Cong. 6-923 



Basaralt, Afg. 14-378 (C-I 
Basarjik, Biflg. : see Dobi 



BASCOM, JOHN 3-4: 



•i (Turkish general) 24- 
j 9.97a. 
l (prime minister) 13- 

i, El, Egy. 4-954 (C3). 



., Salop. 24-10210. 

111. 14-304 (A3). 
"1-740 (DO). 
n, JOHN 3-458a. 
, Fla. 10-540 (Al). 
— , Ind. 14-422 (H7), 
— , O. 20-26 (D2). 
Bascule brides 4-543d. 
BASE (diet.) "3-458a. 

— (arch.) 3-458b; Greek 20- 
178a; Indian 14-42 9o. 

— (chern.) 3-458b ; 6-30a. 

— (cryst.)3-458a. 

— (geol.) : see Troush-core. 

— (math.) 3-45Sa ; 1-603C 

— ) mi ht) 23.996b. 

— inaut.) 3-158a ; 34-iaSa- 



BASEBALL S-*58c 



< disease ! see 
ophthalmic goitre. 
BASE FEE 3-462b. 
JJaaesgio, Pietro 27-99 8b. 
BASEL, Sivitz. 3-4B2d; 



fiieeo (1444) 17-38d; tn 
(1795) lO-SiSb, 11-81 
Zionist congresses 13-40 

BASEL,, cantor, Switz. 
462b; 26-242 (D2); div: 
26-259a; atstiatlcs 26-2 

— ,_ CONFESSION OF 3-4' 

Helvetic Confession, J'ii 
— , COUNCIL OF 3-4631). 
Baselsrd : tee Anlace. 
Basel Bible Society 3-9071 



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Ic, Miss. 18-600 (D3). BantJikon Dortm (James I. 



, N.Y. 19-596 



Hasilioauurua : see Zen^lc-d 
- - is (E. Roman uaun 

BASILISK 3-470d. 

" '■■ gr.e liaailimia. 

rasul of tho Ei 

r of Basil II.) 



179d: 14-3 



4GTd. 

Iiaail thy 

; BASIM, 1 

Lain '(Thurlnirian king) 
901o ; 6-137b. 
BASIN, THOMAS 3-480&. 



■n to, riv.,It. : 

ij-ul 24-59Sa. 

Easikiiiiu, 1'r.W 

<E2). 
BASIL (Tile Gri 
canon law 5- 19- 
Maaaca reroun 
homilies 20-66 
22-2o9b : mor 

Lchrida) 3. 



lias 



Ida. 



t. 14-276 i 



— (ol A 
3-407 



17-2! 
3-S14C ; 



BASINET 3-4 SUc i 13-247' 
1 BasinK,ilanle.e-420(lII.E4) 



BASINGSTOKE, Han 



BASEMENT (did 



I (III. K 
; 16-943 (B3) ; 3-4S0d. 



expedition (10271 



ttle of tho ; battle 



BARR-BASS 



BASSES-ALPES, dent., Ft. 3- 
■•1c; 10-778 (H5JJ afforest- 
_..on 10- 049c. 

BASSES-PYRENEES, depU 
"■■3-492(3: 10-778 (D6), 



Gilbort3-ai2a, 



6 (El). 
20-26 (Jill 

!... - i i. 



BASIN -STAND : 



-i, . 

(of a 



iced by 

1, the Gn 
4fi6d. 



— (" The Wolf ") 23-84. 
■ inal code 23-830b. 
D. 20-26 (Kfll. 
■, lipr. 15-: 

! Holy b 



;. lat 



Vagi 



ind V 



]Re>: see Bezel 
s a! 2-200a; ] 

P .Is. 21-393 (D 



2-724 

legal!, lake. Me. 17-434 

.', Me. 17-434 (E3). 

„.. _'. nit., Vt. 19-490 (A5). 

BASKERVILLE, JOHN 3- 

i. 28-118 (D4). 



BASKET 3' 
BASKET B 



81b. 



BASHI-BAZOUK 3-4 



ashi Greet, riv., Ala. 1-460 
(B4J. 
ashilange, tribe l-32Sdi 



D3); 8. 
Bas Main. 



14-469d. 
E.y. 15-740 
-361a. 


AS) 




a. 17-54 (C 
Ridge, K. 


. X tt 




shark 24-3 
British 


' . 


inbia 


-itz. : *ee& 
Derby . 9 


iia' 


(II 


IB, dist., F 


. 10-770 



10-693 (iTo); : 
BASHKALA.Tur 



BASILIAN MONKS 3-4G9b ; 
Groltaferrata monastery 12- 
824 a. 



l-901d. 
pi' 10-905' 



BASOCHE 3-184h. 






Basaano, H. B. Maret, duo de : 

seeMarct. li. B. 
— .JACOPO DA PONTE 3- 

BASSANO, It. 3-490d; 15-4 

(02); battle (1796) 11.192a. 

BASSARAB (dynasty) 3-49 Oil, 



, 'I ■ 



n 23- 8 3 2a. 

" "18 23-i„ 

ode 23-845c 



-S33b I 






). 12-2 



-.11-99 (B2). 



soda, India 14-;176 (G( 



BASHKIRS (people) 3-166n 

18-716a: dialect 27.473a. 

BASHKIRTSEFF, MARIA 

Baeh°lam. m". Cane 23-874 

(II. D2); 5-553a. 
Bashrouric : see Fayumio. 
Basho (Japanese writer) 1S- 



BASILICA (code of lai 
4770 ; Dorotheus'comi___ 
ary8-431a; manuscript 7- 
615a. 

BASILICATA, prov.. It. 
478a: 15-4 (F.-F4) ; 1B- 



Baaibranchial (diet,) Sf. 



■ BASIL,IDES3-478b; 12-15: 

2-1 8 Od. 
Basilfdians : Frpiphany 

ecrvanco 9-69/iil ; N 

platonism 19-371c; tei 

3-47Sd. 
Baailika (code of law) : 

Basilica. 



25-530 (Dl)i Carlist n 



Bassuriscua : see Caoomiafle. 

BASS CLARINET 3-491b. 
Hass dram 8-5MSc. 
Baase, Jeremiah 19 -.11 3d. 

'. 3-492!) ; 4-841 

12 CE10) ; Porta- 



y 12-7^ 



4-411 



i. 5-8 <D4). 
J-420 (III. E5). 
-324 (E2). 
-740 (EC). 



Feldo, Bolg. 3-668 (CI). 



valves) j see Coma 

BASSi," LAURA MARIE 
~ rinn 3-4B4b. 
tteo di S-2i)6a. 
,UG0 3-491c. 
India 14-M7B (G4). 
, India 14-376(18). 

ifolia) i net Mahiia tree, 

nue : see Caracalla, M. 

ANUS, JOANNES 3- 

1. 

nano (battle, 1745) 3- 

10-778 



; 13-73a. 

6elg. 3-HB8 (C2). 

town and diatJ, Bur. ! 



BasaiDKhani, Bines. 9-41B (H. 

F3). 
Baas Lake, Minn. IS-550 (D3). 



IERRE, FRANCOIS 
bor, lake, E.At : set 



BASSOON 



ASS 



i, Martinique 17- 



i gum ; see Gum ol 

BASSO-RELIEVO 3-497d ; 24- 

Bassori'n 12 r T16a. 

BASS ROCK, lei., Scot. 3-4B74i 

24-418 (F2). 
Bass Tuba : see Bombardon. 



r. 11-8 



1 (B2). 
3 3-49! 



BASS-BAVA 

BassvOllana 14-9 lOd. 



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• BASTWICK, J 



13-912a; 33- 



BASUTOLAND, f 



BatesTille, O. 20-26 (HS). 



A (language) 3-!! 
tea ie-*Blb. 



liam PULT 
'3-510d; 13- 
in. 19-465 (BJ 



BATHURST, EARLS 3-5 



BATALA, In 
BATALHA' ( 



BATH, Jle. 
-, N.C. 19-7 



BATHURST, : 



c. 2-960 (D'2); 2- 



BATHVILL1TE 

I Bathyarca, 16-1 

BATHYBIUS 3. 



i.,Ky.lS-T10(E2); 15- 



riAN, ADOLF 3-5 



8.21-392 (i-Bl). 



Bat.1 (language) 3-3i 



TIAT, FREDERIC 3-5' 
Idas, Rodrigo 7-832a : 

TIDE, JULES 3-fl01d, 



BATANGAS, 






BATEMENT LIGHTS ( 



BASTILLE. Paris 3-5 



[ BATHONIAN SERIES 3- 



SiSSNS 



BASTINADO 3' 



Bat-Kian, China 



BATAHNAY, IMBERT DE 3 



Bastogoe, Bele. 3-668 



BATESON. THOMAS 3-3 



Bastrop, La. 17-51 (C 



BATHOS (dli 
BATHS 3 -ft 



Batn-el-IIagar, dist., Sua. 9. 
i, P.In, Catajnauanea 21i 



Eato, P.Ib., Leyto 21-392 (E5). 
— , P.Is., Luzon 21-392 (Dl). 
— , lake, I'.Is. 2l-:i93a. 
Batoa, mt., Ft. 10-778 <E6). 
Batochc, Can. 5-102p. 
Batochina, Scrv. 24-686 (CI). 
Batocriuldae 8- S 78(1. 
Batccrinoidca8-878d. 



rs23-443b: Z1.383o. 

I (diet.) 3.521b. 

a, tribel-330c;3-36Q. 



e, S.C. 25-500 (C2). 



71a; placenta 21-0921 



it 3-5271, fl-'!S0d, 



Batraciildae2S-545d. 
Batrachium : sec Water -butter- 

BATRACHOMYOMACHIA 3- 

539b: 12-509a; 20-KBOe. 
Batrac-hospermum 1-5911; 1- 

595b ; reproduction l-592b, 

1-5931 (lie). 
B attach ostomus 12-105B. 
Balrun (Botrys), Syr. 21 -s 

16-3 18a. 
Batrunv, Syr. 20-602 (13-1 
Batsoetha : see Bavcnla, 

—.Thomas i see ' Bat 

Thomas. 
Batson, Ala. 1-160 (C2). 
-, G». 11-752 (C3). 
— -> , N5 ). 

S.J. 19-,.- 
:c Scythe -at 
□er IB- 05 5a. 
uch.l4-376(J 



BATTAGLIA, It. 

(C2). 
Battaglie, Michelangelo, delle 



BATTALION 3-529o ; 14-521 

14-5:12 b. 
BATTAMBANG, Siam 3-5 2 9o ; 

14-498 <C5); 14-104b. 
BATTANNI, tribe 3-529d. 



Andrew 12-2SSa. 



I, Angelo 6-B8Sd. 



BATTEN BERG 



a *L 3 ' 



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IristTaeViona gJv&t Bm^Hmgmv^-''- 

Battle Mountain Kan 

5-8 (El). 
" Battle o£ Anghiari 



I0-O81b ; Babylonii 



- Bridge, Lond. 16-938 ( 

- Fields) Lond. 3- 531d. 
-Park, Lond. 16-9:18 (B3) 



BATTERY (military) 3-5311: 
" *>90a; 2-088c. 

;ry Knox, £ort, N.Y, 28- 



BATTHYANY, LOUIS 3- 5 33b : 
■779d. 

3-5330 : 



13-D16b. 
-, (bishop) li 

14-382 (I-K16). 



i Malvo, isl., Ind.O. 4-840 

ing (textile) 10-3811. 
ipaglia, lt.5-124b;2-162b. 
BATTISHILL, JONATHAN 3. 



(IV. 



e Ah Im 



Abbey 



ecology 26-165d, 12- 
769a; lowy26-187a; rapt 
26-1 SBd. 

— , Wales 9-428 (V. E4). 

— , isl., N.Y. 11 -3 00b. 

— , lake, Minn. 18-550 (B4). 

—', riv. '('trili. of Peace) Can. 1. 
— , riv. (trih. of Saskatchewan; 

(A2) ; 17-a:.4d : 24-226d. 
Battle (army division) 3-354a : 

l-3T;">il : at. Banriockburn 3- 

3Sld. 
BATTLE (fight) 3-534a : 25- 

090a. 
— (game) 4-3451). 
— , ordeal of 20-175a;28-229a; 

abolished 2-2100 ; clove ir 

12-136a; treason trials 27- 

saoa. 

Battle Abbey 3-533d; eoronei 

167a; gateway 11 -528a : 

sanctuary 12-917C, 24-130a 
BATTLE ABBEY ROLL 3- 

534a. 
Battle abovo tbo Clouds 1- 

823b. 
Battle-axe : see Axe. 
Battleboro, X.C. 19-772 (Bl). 
Battle Crcok, la. 14-732 (B2). 
BATTLE CREEK, Mich. 3' 

531b; 18-372 (E7). 



-Crock, riv., Mich. 18-37 

(E7); 3-534b. 
-Creek, riv., Minn. 18-55 

- Creek, riv., N.Dak, 18-78 

(D3). 
-Creek, riv., S.Dai. (Lak 



(E4>. 



., S.Dak. (trib. of 
" — -B-C4). 



BATTLEDORE AND SHUT- 

tleoock 3-534e. 
Bat tie lie Id, Miss. 18-600 (C 

D3). 
— , Kalop 9-416 (II. B4) i 24- 

1022c. 
Battleford, Can. 24-225 (A2) ; 

24- 2 2 6a. 
Battleground, Ala. 1-460 (Bl). 
Battlo Ground, Ind. 14-422 

(D3); 16-07d. 
— Ground, Wash. 28-354 (C4). 
Battle Ground Park, v * " 

(Groonsboro) 12- 5 5 2b. 
Battle Hvmn ol the Bf.pv.Ute 



(IIov 



) 13-8 



IB-SSO(Bt). 

BATTLEMENT 3-534d. 
Battlement Mesa, plain, Colo. 
6-722 (B2). 



Baltic of Brunanhurh, Tlie 9- 

" Battle of Cadore " (Titian; 

Battle of Dorking (Chesney) 6- 

Battle' of Frogs and Mice : eee 

Rattle o/ ,W(Xn9"-60 1 ai). 
Battle of Aloylum 5-027d. 
Battle of Bosnarec S-«27b. 
" Battle of g. llgidio " 20-4T0o 



nlilps24-892a; 
24-97 lb ; m 
bt 24-924a : ] 



12-209c; Carpini's 
E-398a; Hayton'- 
114d; Poland ii 



ny (Beethoven 

Scot. 24-41 S 
la ; geology IS- 

ig'. 3-4JG3). 

'a; 7-Toib. 

:)18-713b; 



t 13 



BATUM, Kuss.3- 
(II. B3) ; 15-95 



Arch. 17-466 
Batu. 
5b ;23-907b 

e 1-330C. 
-., Mai. Benin. 
5-475(1. 
Arch. 17-16(1 
Arch. 17-166 



BATYPHONE 3-53 

Eatyr, lake, Russ 

(117); 27-120 (A3). 



17-7 



.' 10-779 



do 17-4, 



. ... __ ... (Oi); 

925b. 
— , Jsl., Fr. 10-778 (Bl!) ; 

72d ; Ugli (.House 16-050. 
Bau, Borneo 24-207e. 
Bau (goddess) : are Gula. 
Ban-akhi-iddin 3-106d. 
BAUAN, P.Is. 3-535d ; 21-302 



(E3). 
uauba (...,.„ 
BAUBLE (di 



7th.) ■ 



) 3-536a; 10- 



i. Nig. 19-678 (D2); S 
, Nie- 3-536a 



BAUCHI, 

19-678 (D-E2). 
Baucis (legend) 21-375c. 
Bavieonica, Gcr. : see Oppen- 



Mid, Fr 10-778 (C4). 
-. India 14-382 (L9). 
nude, Henri (poet) 3-2 



Bandeau, Nicolas 22-743d. 
Baudekin : nee Baldaquin. 
BAUDELAIRE, CHARLES 
3-530d; 11-1160. 



n. 18-550 (02). 

Minn. 18-550 (C2). 
..an, Pr. 16-155a. 
BAUD1ER, MICHEL 3-537c, 



24-329a. 
nidissin-IH 

487 (Dl). 

Baudo'colon 



-.Jules 18-lOlc. 



; (lawyer) 
: writer) 19- 



023 (El). 

mtlrat, Peter 17-1 02a. 
audricourt, Robert de 15- 

BAUDRILLART, HENRI J. L. 

3-S37c. 
— , J..T. 3-537C 
BAUDHY, PAUL JACQUES 



, BRUNO 3-: 



imind) 28-8610. 
Baucrman, H. 27-4 
Baneinbuud 11-89; 
BAUER NFELD, 

von3-538d; 11-' 
Banorn Heide, ( 



24-78a, 24-430b. 
Baugh, Agar 6-540a. 
Bangl, Fell, int., Yorks. i 

(I. Dl). 
Baugh le© 7-li40a. 
Baugniet, C. 16- J 86b. 
Baugi', Fr. 10-778 (F4). 

242 S (A4). "' m " ""' ? ' 
BAUHIN, GASPARD 3-539b i 

19-y63d. 
— , Jean (15I1-15S2) 3-539b. 
— , Jean (1541-1613) 3-539b. 
— , Joan Gasnard 3-53Bb. 
Baubinia 16-381aJ 20-551a 

2-745d; leaf 16-3811) 

secondary thickening 16 

3811. 
Rauhinicael6-382d. 
BanI, el, Venez. 27-989 (B2). 
Bauld, cape, Nfd, 19-17 



3-193b; baseball 3-160a : 

billiards 3-0:i5c ; croquet 7- 

503e. 
-(timber) 3-539o: 1S-477C: 

28-97 8d. 
laulmes, Switz. 26-212 (R3). 
-, AiEruille de. mt.. Switz. 26. 

242 (.A3); 15-5660. 
Samn, Friedrich 1-8430 J 3 



captans!5-762i-. 
-, Oscar l-353a; 19 
Jaumaiu). fjord, N. 

762 (L2). 



BASS.BAVA 



BaumnnnshOMe, cave, Goi. 

13- 48a. 
Baumann Spitee, mt., Togo, 

12-203 (C3) ; 26-10461). 
BAUMBACH, RUDOLF 3- 

539c ; ll-797a. 
Baumber, Linos. 9-416 (II. 



Fr. 10-778 

1 'la. 
5-565o: 

' Kiehard de 19- 



— (pattiologist) 27-3 5 7 a. 
BAUMGARTCN-CRUSIUS, ; 

F. O.3-540b. 
Baumgartner, A. 8-81 Ba. 
Baumbaucr, H. A. 7-5861). 



(G3) ; 87-1 

laupur, India 3-774d, 

lanr. Albert 8-713C. 

-, C. 17-337d. 

-, B. 16-5R2b. 

-, FERDINAND C. 3-540b | 
3-»87a ; Miiller'e contro- 
versv lS-962d: tbeologj 
26-7 82a. 

ist) 21-140d. 



a 17-1 



.1.1-785 (map): 



Eanro, isl., Pac.O. : ate Sou 

Crista val. 
Baurong, Qiina 6-168 (Ul). 
Bau^l regaum, mt Ire 14-T44 

(Bl). 



sLConsr. 3 

23-87 1 (t 



test« 26-98 
— , Julius 26- 
Bausi, list., Bel. 
Bauske, H~~~ ~ 

320d. 
Bausman, pa. Ki-IOR tt-Ul). 
Bausner, Pierre de 1S-445D. 

BAUTAIN," LOUIS E. *M. 3- 

Bauta-Btonc 24- 2 90c. 

Bautista, 1Mb. 21-392 (B4). 

Bautscb, A us. 3-4 (E2). 

BAUTZEN, <ier. 3-541d; 11. 
808 (E3); battlo (1813) 3- 
542a, 18-229(1, 19-231) (map); 
conference (1349) 27-842b 1 
peace (1018) 4-159a; Sorb 
centre 25-431b. 

— , dist., tier. : etc Lusatia. 

Bau itnd Leben des Sodalen 
KOrperg (Schallle) 25-32oa. 

BauTard, Not. 5-8 (Fl). 

Bauwcns, Licvin 7-299b. 
Eanxile, Ark. 2-552 (C3). 
BAUXITE (mineral) 3-542dj 

9-9151; l-708b; inAotiim 

2-1 53c, 4-158d. 
Bava-Beeoarls (general) 15- 

BAVAI, Ft. 3-543a; 10-778 

.padTi, India 14-388 



(L10). 



2-62: 



-808d ; ami* 
... _'973d; cotton 7- 
; education l-98c, 26- 
- ethnology 4-366c j 



'oi-esti 10- 

M-82a ;' ineomo' b 
i58a ; language 11-i 



15-8631 
bcrs 20- < 
21-261) 
36 8e, 
665b; 



lO-303d; serfs 24- 



BAVA-BEAU 



S63e: Hohenlohe's policy 
13-574b j Maximilian 1. 11- 
S5Ic, 17.920c ; Napoleonic 
wars 19-2171) folL: Old 
Catholics ll-S80b ; Otto ol 
NoriJUeirn ZO-37fib ; Palatj- 



1-8 12b, il- 
l 11-8S5C, 
.St., Ger. 3- 



lunioh, duchy 3-547a. 
apian Alps, Ger. ll-SOBo : 
sology l-751b, i-752d; 



Bavarim da Baverifs lS-47d. 
Baray. Fr.: see Bavai. 
Bavda. fort, India 15 -8 89 b. 
Bavo (silk m&uuf.) 25-102a. 
BaveW Burn, riv-., Scot. 24- 

418 (E3); geology 8-945 a. 
— Castle. Scot- 24-118 (ES) ; 

geology o[ neighbourhood 

8-9 45a. 
Barenda, tribe 27-lSflo,- 27- 
BAVENO, It. 3.551a; 15-1 



b ; geology lS'liSSJ. 



ville, Nicolas de 5-lHa. 

villers, Fr. 3-667D. 

vo, St 11.319a; 19-413(1. 



Bawan, India 18-9433. 

B 'uvang, I'.I*. 21-392 {A3). 

Bawantan (Bawantharl), riv., 

India 14-3B2(H9); 3-813d. 
Bawarii ; see Baiouarll. 
Btiw Haw, mt, Vict. 2B-38 

(D2). 
BAWBEE 3-531a. 
Bawburgh, Norf. 9-424 {IV. 



r._15-8rSb. 
ifl(ILF3): 



Indial4-376(N6). 
St.. India 8-740d. 
ibc tS-dSJSa ; 15-830H. 



— , ROBERT DUDLEY 3- 5 53b. 

— . W. G. (artist) S-SSSc. 
— , WILLIAM (antiquarian) 3- 
Baxter,' Ala. 1-MO (A2V 
— , Oolo. 6-723 (F3). 
—-,Fla. 10-540(01). 
—.Ga.ll.TS2 (Bl). 
-> In. 14-732 (1)3). 



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Easter, Pa, 21-106 (D3). 
Baxter-Brooks war 2-5S5b. 
Baxter Co., Ark. 2-532 (CI). 
Baxterley, Warwick. 2-S45d. 
Baxter's Associations 6- 9 :53 a. 
Baxter Springs, Kan. 15-65.1 

Eaxwaho, India 14-376 (H7). 
Bay, marquis de 2E-607d. 
— , Michel de 33-190(1. 
MjLr. Ind. 14-422 (E2). 



.678 



— , fiord. A 
BAY, isls., 

(02); 6-* on. 
— , lake. P.Is. 21-392 (E-F2) 

21-393a. 
— , mt„ Conn. 6-952 (H3* 
— , pt., S.C. 22-1300. 



., N.C. 1 



lay a da del P 
(F2?G3).' 



2 <F2). 



riv., Cn. 3-55 3 il. 



— , Samuel 13-553b. 

— , THOMAS FRANCIS S-554e 

— . William 13-553b. 

Bayard, Fla. 10-540 (Bl). 

— , Ga. 11-752 (A3). 

— , la. 14-733 (C3). 

— , Neb. 19-324 (AM). 

— , O. 20-2(1 <H3). 

— . W.Va. p 28-660 (D2). 

Bayard, pass, Fr. l-742e. 
Bayardi, Monsignore 13-343b. 
Bayardy, penin., Ituss.As. 23 

H72 (Hfl). 
Bayat Tchai (Alandrus), civ, 

Asia M. 21-5441). 
Bayawan, Negros, P.Is, : se, 



i.zid (sultan) 
""" lB ? ja: 



Bajszet), Turk. As. 
__, _>S65 (B2). 
ill, plateau, Asia 2-31!)o. 
id_ Ansari I Arabic poet) 

<E5)."" 
Bayberry tree 81 -615a. 
Bayble, Scot. 24-412 (BI). 
" Bay Bolton " (horse) 1 

728b. 
Bayboro, N.C. 19-772 (F2), 
— , S.O. 2B-500 (E2). 
Bay cate-170d. 
Bay Canter. Wash. 28-3 

— City, 111. 14-304 (D6). 



Baydes, Sp. 2S-5 



Baye ^rancaise, bay. Can. : s 

Fimdy. 
Bayenthal, Ger. 6-697a. 
Bayer, C. (chess player) 6-1 00 



BAYEUX (an. 
ram), Ft. ; 
IB3)j 19-740 



555b, 7-504a, 5-522b [ Pliilip 



BAYEZID 



546b, fl-102a: 



3-S32a. 



takeai 
nvaded 



556b ■ Egyptian cam- 
paign 9-103a ; Innocent 
Vin. 14-581d; mosque 7- 
7d,2-426o;Nanpactus taken 
18-279a ; Poland 21-907a. 
' -"-- • ;AbuYi " 



— (son ot Snleim 
Bayczid, Turk. As 
zid. 



i) 21-2 31a. 

.l-468d. 
IVolsey 26- 






Bay Hues 

Bayikbee 

> ■ ■% 



nrel : 



-740 (B2). 

'. 16-942 (Dl). 

ibb'cy, Kent 9-424 
; l-iad;27-37Bd. 
Fla. 10-540 (D6). 
t-502 (D-E3). 
!, Ida. 14-276 (B3). 

(Benersl) 9-i)4a : 
■50a. 

.ebt.a, Serv. 27- 8 2 9c 
!■■■ i 26-366a. 

see Laurel {Laurui 



Bayldon, Francis J. 2B-999d- 
— , B, C. 3-2l3d. 
Bayldonite 7-110b. 
Barle, Gaspard J Jr 18-54b. 
BAYLE, PIERRE 3-55Gd ; 11. 

132b ; dictionary 3-9541) 

scepticism 24-30 8a. 



, Hlcliai . 
"II. 14-3' 



118-3103, 



Bayli.., 
Baylis, 
Baylisa, \v.: on ingestion la- 

924b. 19-925a; on nervous 

system 36-ma. 
BAYLO 3-5 37b. 
Baylor, mts„ Tex. 26-690 (C4). 

— Co., Tex. 26-BOO (H2) ; 
university 28-22Sa. 

Bayty, Ada Ellen: see Lyall, 

BAYLYi THOMAS HAYNES 

3-557b. 
BayIynxl7-)73b;fi!Pll-351a. 
Baf Mills, Mich. 18-372 (F3). 

— Minclte, Ala. 1-4B0 (B5). 
Barnard, RalpU ; see Ealph 

Barnard's Castle, Loudon 16- 

B43o;lB-B54(i. 
BAYNES, THOMAS SPEHCEK 

3-557o. 
BajTicsville, Md. 17-828 (B3). 
Baynliam, Sic Edmund 12- 

728a. 
Bay ol Ireland, Bay of Walls, 
&c. : see Ireland, bay ; 



Bay om bong, P.Is. 21-392 (C2). 
Bayon, Fr. 10-778 (H3). 
Bayon (dialect) 3-35Sc. 
Ba^on, temple of, Angkor 2- 

Bayoiia, Marquis of B-732o. 
Bayona, Sp. 25-530 (Al) ; 22- 

BAYONET 3-557o: 2S-616a ; 

23-3290. 
Bayong, W.Afi S-112b. 
BAYON NE (Lapurdum) 3- 

558a; 10-778(l>6);bnyonet 
3-557c; cathedral 3-6581), 



mBarbary.La.l7-54{bfl 
iene. La. 17-54 (ad), 
licot, La. 17-54 (B3). 
irrent. La. 17-54 iC3). 



- Me to, Ark. 2-552 (D3). 



Bay Point, isl., S.C 

(B4). 
Bay Port, Mich. 18-3 
Bayport, N.Y. 14-87 



Bay Psalm Book (E. Mather, 

&c.)i-!t31d;i7.SS6a. 
Bayreuth, ■ ■ ■ ■ 



iay Ridge, N.Y. 19-596 (H3). 
Jayrischor Wald. dist., Ger. 

11-808 (D4);ll-805d. 1 

layrisches Mecr, lake, Ger. : - 



— , N.Dak. 19-780 {A3). 
BEACH 3 -5 6 2a. 



(C5). 



, Miss. 



3-600 ] 



Baj-shore, ilich. 18-372 (E4). 
Bay Shore, N.Y. 19-596 (G5) 

14-874d. 
Bayside, Cat. 5-8 (Bl). 
— , N.Y. 19-5D6 (Hi). 
Bay spring. Miss. 18-600 (C3). 
Bay Springs, JUcb. lB-37i 

(F4). 
Kays sandstone Z0-23Tb. 
Baysunkur (Kain rnler) 15- 

Bayswatep, dist., Lond. It 
(B2)i 20-443O. 



Beachcomber 20-4 30 d. 
Beach Creak, rtv., Ind. 14-*2ii 

(DO). 
— Creek, riv., S.C. 2S-50(J 

(D3). 
Beachharen, N.J. 19-502 (D4). 



to, Can. 18-465 (CI). 



Bayrille, N.J. 19-502 (B5). 



3-55Hc; ; 
(D4). 



BAZALGETTE, SIR JOSEPH 

William3-&SIa. 
Bazan, Alvaro de, n 

Santa Cruz : see £ 

— , Emilia Fardo 25 

Bazar, vol., N.W.India l-301d. 
Bazarah {ot Walachia) : set 

Bassapab. 
BAZARD, AMAND 3-5Blb; 

24- 4 6c 
Banardynz (Kiehen), mt., 

Cauc. 23-874 (II. B-F3); 5- 

Bazapdihik, Bulg. : see Dob- 



Beach Pond, lake, Conn. 23. 
2i9(A2); 6-952 (H3). 

Beacbport, S.Aus. 2-960 (F7) 

Beachton, Ga, 11-752 (E5). 

BEACHY HEAD, cape. Sue. 3- 
B2b; 9-424 (IV. C5) ; geo- 
>gy 26.165d; lighthouse; 
-je Bell Tout. 

BEACHY HEAD, BATTLE OP 
3-562b; 19-314b. 

Beacon, la. 14-732 (E3). 

— , Mich. 18-372 (B-Cii). 

BEACON 3-5H2d; acetylena 
16-0411) ; nautical suvvey- 
ing26-154h; signalling, Ho- 
man Empire 23-6230 ; sup- 

Beacon, hill, Dev. 10-73b. 

— , hill, Ess. 13-47b. 

— , hill, Here. : see Hereford- 
ehlre Beacon. 

— , bill, Mass. 4-290c 

—, 1UI1, N.Y. 17-89 lb. 

— , hill, Wales 9-428 (V, E3). 

— Course 13-737b. 
. — Fails, Coim. 6-953 (C4). 
, BeaconHillhorn3toiie22-266a. 



Bcaconlte 26-3H9C. 



, Tho, mts, Wales i 



BEACONSFIELD, BENJAMIN 



rlof3-563a; ad- 



re, place in 9-639b ; I 



Derbj- 8- 6 7c; 



BAZIGARS, r 

Bazile, Jules 

Bazin, H, (pi 

14-S3a; 14-oac 
BAZIN, RENE 3-51 

Bazine,' Kan. 15-654 (C2). 
Ba^inirip (diet.) 22- 7 65 d. 
CLAUDE 3. 



(E3). 



- 3-297a. 

j-Mocne ' 10-778 



.ngi, dynasty 21-254a. 
n»mll, Sp. 19-2821). 
Bazu (measure) 28-481a. 
Bo/uband [costume) 21. 103d. 
Bazult (audbar), riv.. Peps. 

15-683d. 
Bazyi, Giannantonlo : see Sod- 

B.C. (c'hrdi).) l-30n. 
— (branding) 4-428a. 
Belial (measure) 26 -02 3a, 
B.C.L. (abbrev. l-29a. 
B.D. (abbrev.) 1-29&. 
Bdella2-310c; 18-6]Sd. 
EdclHda.BlS.fiI8di 2-310c. 
BDELLIUM 3-561d ; 19-115a ; 



BEACONSFIELD. Backs. : 



, Bead, lake, Wftsn. 28-354 
(HI). 

; BEAD (ornament) 3-57Ib ; 
Egyptian 9-TSb, 9-T4a, IS- 
702c; Venetian 12-lOle. 

— (arch.) 3-571o. 

— and reel 18-933d: 14-428c. 
Beadle, J. P.2O-500d. 
BEADLE (Bedel or Bedell) 3. 

Bead]e'Co..S.Dak.23-50B{G3). 
Beadllng, Pa. 21-106 (D7). 
Beadnell, J. L. 20-584 d. 
Beadnoll, Northumb. 9-413 (I 

EI). 
— , bay, Northomb. 9-412 (I. 

El). 
Beadon Pointy N.3. 19.303 



_jagh-heg, moor, Ire. 14-!44h, 
Beaele, bay, N.G. 19-487 (E. 1 !), 
v ~- ■■" - -"!. 2-900 (C3). 

BeagleTfionnd) 'B-378d J 13. 

"Beagle " (sloop) 24>913d. 
" Beagle " (torpedo boat de< 
Sfcroyec) 24-SlSo, 



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"Beagle," Voyage of tl 
BEAK' (diet.)' 3-571c 



— , riv., Lanea 



-, DOROTHEA 3- 



Bear, Iako (| Mich. 18-372 (DS; 
i. 6-052 '(Bl) ; € 



9jld. 



a. 17-852 (CD. 
it!'N.Mcs. 19^520(03). 



.,Utuh27-814(Bl);12' 



14-2 



5a, 24-1 



;■ ■ 



— ivarpmp: 28-4i. 
Bean, John Will!: 
— , T. B. 14-2491: 
BEAN 3-S72D; t 



Eeane, riv., Herts. 9-424 (IT. 

B;); 13-39Ko. 
BEAN-FEAST 3-573o. 



:0. Scot. 24-412 



B_21-848b ; 

5-3670 (fie.) : worship 
- -42h, 2-SbMh. 

BEAR-BAITING 3-575a i 3- 

; 12'112d. 

liearbrunch, Ind. 14-423 (07). 

25-506 (Co). 

— Camp, riv., N.BT. 19-490 
<E4). 

Bear-cat : see Binturong, 
Bearcoot : we Bersut. 
Bear Creek, Ala. 1-460 (BI). 

— Creek, Ark. 2-552 (C2). 

— Creek, Mont. 14-276 (E;i). 

— Creek, N.C. 19-772 (C2). 

— Creek, Pa. 21-106 (L3). 

— Creek, riv., Ala.. 1-46(1 (A2). 

— Creek, riv.. Ark. 2-552 (HI). 

— Creek, riv., Ark. 2-552 (C2>. 

— Creek, riv.. Ark. 2-352 (Ai). 

— Creek, i'iv„ Can. 21-3! Re. 

— Creek, riv., Colo. 6-722 (El). 

— Creek, riv.. III. 14-304 (C4). 

— Creek, riv.. III. 14-304 (C5). 

— Creek, riv.. III. 14-304 (A3). 

— Creek,Tiv.,Tnd. 14-122 (Eg). 

— Creek.rlv., I rid. 14-122 (J'4). 

— Creek, riv., Kau. 15-654 
(A3]. 

— Creek, riv., Mich. 21-309c. 

— Creek, riv., Mo. 18-60S (F4). 

— Creek, riv.. Mo. 18-0(18 (CD. 

— r-wv. riv.. Mo. 18-U08 (n'l). 
N.J. 19-502 

N.Mes. 19-521 



— Creek, 
(C2). 



Seek, i 



. Oreg. 20-242 
S.Dak, 25-506 
, Tex. 2f 



., Ala. : 



8-127d, 27-259o ; Thorflnn's 

visit 2B-878a. 
-, isl.. Can. 5-160 <N5). 
-,isl., Ire. 14-744 (B5) ; 3- 

^isl.,' KM. 19-470 (B3). 
-. i-1.. N.H. 19-490 (E4). 
-. is!.. Wis. 28-740 (CI). 

21-93K(B1); 28-8984. 
-, i»ls., E.Sib. 23-870b. 
-, lake. Gal. 5-8 (E4). 
-, lake. Can. 4-BOO <E2). 
-, lake. Can. 24-295 (AI>. 
-. lake, Ida. 14-276 (D4)j 14- 

-, lake, Ind. IfeHS (Fi). 



- Creek, Little, riv., Ala. : set 

Little Bear Creek. 
-Creek Butte, int., Oreg. 20- 

212 (E3). 
■eard, James Henry 3-fl75d. 
-, Dr John 20-920c ; B-177c, 
-, Thomas 7-4R7H. 
—.WILLIAM HOLBROOK 3- 

. ! .we New Mills. 
- ...Id; in aneicDl 
; 7-2J0d ; funeral rits; 

tloDs 23-S9UC ; b'candinaviai 

- (treogr^hy) 27-542o. 
Jearded (ship) 19.313d. 

— orgall : see Udad. 
-kia 11- J Bid. 



BEARD 3 



Bearded ir 

— pig'26.; . .. 

— seal 24-535o 



_26-1030d'; 28- 
mmergej-er. 



- Hillock Creek, 1 

19-780 (F:i). 
Seardmorc, Mesa 

11-4H9H. 
tear dm ore, claci< 

21-901 (I.J 



BEARD SLEY, 



\UBREY VIN- 



beardstown, ill. 3-s: 

14.304 (B3). 

in. 26-620 (C-D2). 



BEARINGS i 



riction 17-101Id; 

ion 17-87c. 

e Lodge Creek, riv.. 



— Lake Co., Ida. 14-270 (Dl). 
BEAR-LEADER 3-5S2a. 
Beartooth, forest, .MonL 18- 

Bearn, Gaston III. (Phoebus), 



582a; 10-778 (L>6) ; 10-802 
(hist, maps); 4-0H4C. 

Bcaurepairol"' 
Rear raw, int., Mont. .18-7o2e. 
— Paw, mts., Mont. 11-276 

(El); 18-7SSC!. 
Ocar-pig: see Bali-soor. 
JJear River City, Utah 27-S14 

(III). 
Bear's breech : see Braiikur- 

Bearedale, 111. 14-304 (C4). 

Bearsden, Scot, : see Kil- 

Bearsicct (dance) i see Greek 

Bear-spearing 21 -6 00c. 

Bear Spring, Term. 26-630 

(Dl). 
Bearsled, Kent 9-424 (IV. D4). 
Bearsvillo, W.Va. 28-560 (C2). 

Bear Valley. Cal. 5-s' (C3) ; 
dam 28-402d. 

BEA3 (Bias, llvphasis), riv., 
India 3-582b; 14-370 (F4) : 
Alexander the Great 14- 
398a. 1-5 ISc; McnanderlS- 
HOh; source explored 18- 
807U. 

Beasley, Frederick 21-115c. 



11.787b. 
Beast-fable 
BEAT (dicf 



e ll-784h, ll-784d, 



; 13-127b. 

3undj25-4S8a; aensatio 

one 13-1270. 

i, cape. Had. 12-824 (B2) ; 

!.,"llai. 12-824 (B2). 

l Maria dc Arci , 

in* : see St Mary-le-Boiv, 



BEATIFICATION 3-582c : 

Bcatinc" vision 15-436d ; i 
701e. 

731b ;' sjlk manufacture i 

Beating order (mJlit.) 2-613c 



Beatitudes, Tho 15-35G* ; 

(Bcthune), DAVID 
24-443b; 2-43d' 



L avin Douglas S-445b; Mary 
[ Lorraine 17-825h. 

539) 3-583 b. 

Tames (archbishop, d. 1603) 

-583b; 1Z-81(L 

.Tohn6-7c. 

.ton. Ark. 2-552 (B3). 

.trice (countess of Anion) : 

;e Beatrice (quoen of Naples 






orship 28-627b; 

:95a. 

■ 15-441b. 

-tile) 15-441b. 



— (d'Esl.e): tee Beatrice d'Es 

— (duchess of Milan) 15-38e 

— (queen of Naples and Siei 
22 -5 Old. 



; 11-150. 
'; 27-485(1 ; 17-1 



— , Ind. 14-122 (G! 
BEATRICE, Ned. • 
324 (III) j salii 



:i24b. 
Jcatriee 
449a. 



) d'Este 9-703aj 16- 



Gulf, lake, C.Af. : s 

Bea'tson! ' George Thomas, ! 

176d. 
BEATTIE, JAMES (poet) I 

—, Jaiiies Hay 3-583d. 

—', E. 9-230d. 



,. -_.i. 15-654 (FI). 

Jiirii. riv.. Sent. 10-3-29e. 
ttock,Soo(.24-412(E4). 
.ttv. C. C. 28-353a. 
^. (!illbanfe2-779b. 
.8(E3). 



1. 21-1 



1(1)5 



Beau Bas^in, Manr. 17-D14a. 

Cumbepliuid Basin. 
Beau Brocade (Austin Dohsoi 

8-3 5 2c. 
Beau Brummell: gee Brum- 

mell, George Brvan. 
BE A UC AIRE (IJeerrram), Fr. 

3-584b; 10-778 IG6); fairlO- 

— , canal, Fr. 11-15 8c. 
BEAUCE (Helsia), plain, Fr. 
3-SSior 10-776 (D3-2): 9- 

9(i(id; 16-aasb. 

BEAUCHAMP(fainiIv)3-5S4d. 
BEAUCHAMP, ALPHONSE 

— , Cicely : see St Manr, Cicely. 

— , ISdwardSeymonr 24-754c. 

— , Francis I. S. Conway, vise.: 

xee Hertford, Francis I. S. 

— -,'Ony de " see Warwick, Guy 

— , John Beaucn'amp, lord 3- 

5S5a; 21-4^a; 3-42ld, 
~, Richard de; Cardiff eh 

— , Biehard (bishop) 3-58. 

Richard Bcaueliamp, eo 



*s Career (Meredith) 

i, Neree S-IOSq. 
isl., AU.O. 25-486 

.chief, abbev,Wn(es8-?2d. 

ieaiiolerk, Charles, &o. : see 
St Albans, Charles Beau- 
clerk, 1st duke of. &c 

-, James, lord 12-750o. 

3e'aucoiip, 111. 14-3(14 (C5). 
-, riv.. La. 17-54 (Bl). 
- Creek, riv.. III. 14-804 (C6). 
teauoourt, Fr. 3-fi00b. 



!K9).. 



l-4»0b ; 13-147d. 
mdesert Halt mansion, 
talis. 9-416 (U. D4)i 25- 



BAVA-BEAU 



BeaiidTT, Ark. 2-652 (B3). 
Beauduc, gulf, Fr. lU-778f(5 
Beauford, Mini 



3-587C ; cipher eystem 7- 

56(ic. 
-, FRANCOIS DEVENDOME, 

riucdc(1616-.16H9) ; 3-586b; 

duel 8-640c ; Man with the 

Iron Mask 14-835b. 
-, HENRY 3-580c ; 9-512a; 



— , Fr. (Maine -et-Loire) 10-T 78 

(Dl). 
— , Fr. (Savoie) 10-778 (U5). 
— . X.C. 19-772 (F3). 
— , S.C. 25-500 (B4) ; 22-130C ; 

Shosphato workings 21- 
76b; siejre(177S)18-936d. 
— , castle, Scot. 3- 5 69a. 
— , harbour, Japan 15-156 

(E10). 
— , sea. Can. 5-160 (CI). 

— Co., N.C. 19-772 <F2). 

— Co., S.C. 25-500 (B4). 
Beaufort d'Hautpoul, Charles 

Beaufort -en- Vallee (Malne-et- 

Beaufort' group 5-22!)h ; S- 
280a; 21-177a; Natal 19- 
253c ; Orange Free State 

BEAUFORT SCALE 3-587C 
BEAUFORT WEST, Capo CoL 

3-537d; 25-166 (F9). 
Beanfoy, Col. JJark l-74Sdi 

17-358d ; 14-58b. 
Beause, Jr. : battle B-428b. 
BEAUCENCY, IT. 3-587d : 1ft- 

778 (El); battle (1421) 11- 

BEAUHARNAIS (family) 3- 

5S8a. 
—.EUGENE DE 3-688b; 0- 

977b; 22-342d. 
— , Hortense : see Hortense, 

queen of Holland. 
— , Josephine de : see Jose- 

~, Stephanie' de 3-"l86b. 
Eeauharnois, Cau. 22-724 
(D4). 



Beauleah, India: see Eanipur 

Boalin. 
Beauheu, JactineB 26-1 28b. 

— ..lean I'ierre ll-176b; 22- 
784d. 

— , Le Camys do 5-020b. 
BEAUL1EU, IT. (Alpes MariU 

3-5K8d ; 10-778(116). 
— , Fr. (Corrcze) 10-778 (E5) ; 

— , Hants. O-420 (III. D5); 18- 
477d; Eeolotry 12-903a. 

— , Minn. 18-550 (B3). 

— , liv-j Haute. 9-420 (III. E5)i 

— Abbey, Hants. 19-477di 24- 
130a; 9-525o. 

BeauIieu-les-Loches, Fr. 16- 

810c; abbey founded 11. 

294c: treaty (157H) 2-58*. 

10-»31a. 
BEAULY, Scot. ^-588d; 24- 

112 (D2); geology 23- 7 4 2a, 
— , lake, Scot. 14-721d. 
— , riv., Scot, 24-412 (D2) ; 

14-71 9c. 

— Firth, inlet, Scot. 24-413 
(D2); 23-711e, 

BEAUMANOIR (family) 3< 
5H9a. 

— , Jean de, marshal of Brit- 
tany 3.589a. 

— , PHILIPPE DE FtEMI, sin 
de 3-589b; duels 8-639a. 

BEAUMARCHAIS, PIERRS 
AuEustin Caron de 3-5890! 
S-Slidi 11-13611. 



BEAU-BEGA 



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BEAUMARIS (Bamover 
fair), Wales 3-5W0d ; 
(CI) ; castle 5-479b (: 

■ — shark I see Porbeagle 



9-900d, 



IT. 10-778 (E3); 



metz 16a Loges, FT. 10' 

778 (Fl). 
Beaumona Cross (Notts.) 19' 

460b. 
BEAUMONT (family) 3-500d 
— , Charles- Gcnf " :1 — T " 



BEAVER (zool.) 3-600a ; 23- 

410e ; distribution 17-527b ; 

fur ll-319a, ll-348b, 11- 

3.14a, ll-355c, 11 -356b ; 

goological action 11 -6 6 3b ; 

geological range 21-8470 ; 

preputial gland 17-5 22c ; 

scales 17-53?b; skull 23- 

43Sd ; Teifl river 5-310c ; 

U.S. 27.63-11). 
BEAVER (head covering) 3- 

13-247d ; 13-fiOc. &V< 



— , CHRISTOPHE DE 3-591R 



m de Beat 
, IISTOI — " 

— , Elio de : t 

—.FRANCIS 3.502a ; 9-625c 

8-524c.' 
- — , Francois do : see D> 



— , Henry Frederick 13-849a. 
— .SIR JOHN (d. 1627)3-591< 
— , Sir John Id. 1644) 3-said. 
— , John, 1st viscount 9-51fld 



5-9Blb ; .Toubcrt 15-522b. 
— , Robert de r see Lciceste 

— , W. 19-924b. 

Beaumont, Belg. 3-668 (D3) 



— ,Fr.(Dordog 
— , IT. (1T 
— Fr. <: 

battle! 

— , Kan. 15-651 (F3). 
— , Ky. 15-740 (C4). 
— , La. 17-54d. 
— . Miss. 18-600 (C-D4). 
"~ " ""1 (BO). 



— , Pa. 21-106 (K3>. 

BEAUMONT, Tex. 

26-690 (N5); 26-61 

— , Va. 12-31"' 



3-59 



Hutl. 
Harrods- 



S.W. 19-538 <C2; 
Ucamnont Chase, fc ' " 

23-944C. 
Beaumont College, 

b.irg, Ky. 13-27a. 

' 778 (E6); 26-429C 
Beaumontiqiie 15-482b. 
Beaurmivitltol3-410b. 



:e-Itog 



10' 



iiosophy of the : 
[foot of (Blessing- 
, Tas. 3-571a. 



-, IIBIel de, Paris 2-415b. 
-Creek, riv., Mont. 14-2 

' |E3) 'l abbey Notts 1 
' 828c ;_ 

599d : see also "St Aignan, 

dukes of. 
Beauvilliers, A. 7-75b. 
BEAUVOIR, ROGER DE 3- 

600a. 
Beauvoir, Fr. 10-718 (C4). 



.uworth, Plants. 9-420 

M). 

AUX, CECILIA 3-6 00i 

ni v Art.-. Academic 
■ademie 

Erfo'le dcs, Paris 



Beau: 



lo des Bca 






also 



le 14-459a. 
in. 18-5.-- " 



- Creek, 111. : 

- Creek, Mil. 

- Creek, Min 



? <£?■>; 



1-304 (C5). 
17-828 (Dl). 
. 18-550 (A7). 



- Creek, r: 
"(F6 6 )! ' 



-Creek, i 
(Fl). 
- Creek, r: 






- 

(C-D3)'. 



v., la. 14-732 (D3). 
y., Ida. 14-2 7 6 (C3>. 
v., IU. 14-304 (Co). 
v., Ky. 15-740 (OS). 



, Minn. 18-1 
, Minn. 18-550 



., Moot. 14-276 

., Mont. 14-276 

., Mont. 14-276 

, Nob. and Ka 
- r ->; 19-321 (D4). 
riv., N.Dak. 19-7. 

riv., N.Dak. 19-780 

riv., N.Dak. 1 



sr Meadows, Pa. 21-106 ] 

ver, mts., Utah. 27-814 

1-B3). 

era Creek, riv., Tex. 26- 

I (H2). 

eek, riy., Wis. 28-740 (B4). 

er Springs, To-. 21-10B 

Beavertall, lit., R.I. 23-24 
(C3); Ugh thouse 16-62 8a. 
eaverton, Ala. 1-460 (A2). 



"saver Valley, Fa. 21-100 

(K4>. 
Reaverville, 111. 14-304 (E3). 

- -,od ; s^e Ilack-beir j 

otScyld)3-709d. 
(Nayanagar' T - J) 



14-376 (F^): 
y, Dev. 9-430 (VI. 
tribo 3-1330. 



2-462 
4-440 <G7). 



Nicholas. 

(C3>; 2*-462a7 2^462b. 
Bebedouro, Braz. 4-440 (■ 
Bcbcc, Okla. 20-58 (E3). 

Bcbck, Turk. 27-426 (F.-F3). 
BEBEL, FERDINAND AU' 

gust 3-G01b; 23-305C: 11- 

895d. 
Bebenhausen, chateau, Gcr. 21 

3H0d. 
Beberibe, riy., Braz. 4-442a. 
Bebey, Fr.W.Af. 11-204 (H3). 
Bebiana, It. 17 -9 a. 
Beblngton, Higher, Ches. 16> 

139 (A3); 6-91a; 3-982d. 
—.Lower, Chos. 16-139 (A3) ; 



laharl 15-638a; wn»i — 
501b ; chieftainship 17-8890 ; 
languagos 3-360b, 8-199c; 
Orange Free State 20- 152b ; 
Transvaal 27 -189c. 

BEOHUANALAND, oountry, 
S.AI. 3-604O ; 25-466 (E-H41: 
25-460 (E-F6) ! British ac- 
qubiition l-337b, 3-607b, 
25-477a; Boer incutBioiis 
3-60Sa, S-2420, 27- IS 4a 
Chartered Co.'s claim 23- 
265b:Keatoaward27-l95di 
Matabele War 23-204b; 
Rhodes Mission 23- 2 5 5b. 

Beck, Adoll (law case) 14-287C. 

—, Anthony (bishop) 4-lb. 

— , CHRISTIAN DANIEL 3- 
607d. 

— (Beek), DAVID 3-608aj 27. 

, JAKOB SIGISMUND 3- 

608a. 

, M. Wladimir, Baron von, 3. 

, Paul : on aconltine l-152a. 



-, Thomas : see '. 
'■ :k'( diet.) 16-7! 



3d. 



_ _ norphism 18- 

221a. 
Jeekemeyer, I1L 14-304 (05). 
BECKENHAM, Kont 3-608D; 

16-942 (D3); 19-R20d. 
Beckonried,Switz. 26-242 (E3); 

17-98b. 



-.Peter ll-760d, 



Bebre, riv., Fr. 10-77 

1-6 9 6a. 
Bebrvoes (jieople) 2- 

Antony 
-, Jar"- - 
Bee. 



<F4): 



-94d. 



Ll7-453d. 

— 119c. 

Martin of : see Martin of 

Fr. 2-810 ; 16. 

(Pulcl) 14. 



169d. 
Beca da Dieomai 

905d. 
Becalm 2-76fib. 



. 22-721 



BcccadelU, Antonio l-97c ; 22 



-,W.2 

-, WILHELM ADOLF 3-808C 
Becker, Minn. 18-550 (B4). 
Becker granite 17-85 2c. 
Bockerlte l-793d. 
Becket, Gervase 19-563a. 
— , THOMAS 3-608d; 5-211o: 
- Anglo-Norman biographies 

2-32a: eoroDaUonoil7-186a; 

vestments 9-311d. 
Becket (Tennyson) 26-6330. 
Becket, Mass. 17-S52 (A2). 
— , rat., Mass. 17-852 (A2). 
Becket gneiss 27-630C. 
Reekett, Edmund : see Grim- 

thorpe, Edmund Beckett, 



IcckfordtSusan: see Hamilton, 
S iisan (Bockf ord) , dnc ' 
-, WILLIAM 3-6I0a; 



of. 



. 20-242 
. 20-242 



, Odoardo 19-488i5. 
BECCAR1A, GIOVANNI BAT- 

■" ■ 3-G03a; 9-lRlc. 

ia, Pa. 21-106 (K-F4). 

BECC ARIA-BONES AN A, CE- 



13- 8 4 9a. 
Beaumont-i 

778 (E3). 
Bean Nash 
Bcaune, Fl. 



"palaco, Oslord 20- 

park, Huddersfleia 

-Sarthc, Fr. 10- 

e Nash. Richard. 
nonddeB-84b. 

:ques de Beauno, 



S.Dak. 25-506 

] 
:x.26-090(n5). 



BECKINGTON, THOMAS 3- 

«10b. 
Bcckington, Som. fl-420 (IIL 

C4I. 
Boeklcv, Sua. 9-12 4PV. D5). 



— , Renaud .le 24-113C. 

BEAUNE, Fr. 3-598C. 

— la-Rolande, Fr.lO-778(F3) , 

battle (1870) il-12d, 20- 

201c. 
Beaune -Samblangay , Ch arlott 

Beaupark,'lreri4-744 <E3). 
Beauperl.liuy (bacteriologist) - 

20-779d. 
Beaupleader, writ of : 
Beauport, Can. 22-7 

22-7 28a. 
Beaupr6, isl., Pac.C 



rcg. 20-242 (B3). 
a. 21-100 (B4). 
tah 27-814 (B4) : : 
■ 815d. 

7U. 28-740 (E3). 
/.Va. 28-560 (C3). 
1., Ari/.. 2-544 (A2] 
,„!.. Mich. 18-377d. 



9-780 (K3). 
.i.i»-590 (E2). 
'is. 28-740 (E3). 



cck, riv., Wyo. 28-3' 

: ossing, Neb. 19-324 (G4). 

erdale. Pa. 21-106 (E5). 

cr Dam. Kv. 15-740 (E3). 

ei'dam, O. 20-26 (C3). 
, ."a. 28-118 (K3). 
, BEAVER DAM, Wis. 3-80 
"-740 (D-E5). 

am,lako,Wis.28-740(; . 

am Creek, Va., battle 
..J02)24-708c. 

— Dam Creek, riv., Ga. 11.75' 
(Dl). 

— Dam Creek, riv., S.Dak. 25 
506 C3). 

— Falls, Minn. 18-550 (B-C6). 

— Falls. N.Y. 19-596 (E2). 
BEAVER FALLS, Pa. 3- 60 la ; 

21-106 (B4). 
Beaverhead, forost, Mont. 18- 

■iv.". Mont. 14-370 (C3) ; 



Bee do l'Invergiian, nit., Alpi 
l-742d. 

— de Lnsoney, mt., Alps 1. 
743b. 

BECERRA, GASPAR 3-6 02c. 

— (Spanish politician) 2S-500b. 
Beoerrea, Sp. 26-530 (Bl). 
Becorril (fftroily) 21-799d. 
Bechada, Grcgoire 22-499a. 
Ticehaniel (cook) 7-74d. 
Bechamp, J, A. B., 10-277d; 

l-513d. 
Bccharot, lake, Alek. 1- 

(F4). 
BECHE-DE-MER 3-602C ; 22- 

BECHEH, JOHANN JOACHIM 



iceks Creek, riv., IIL 14-304 

lock's hydrometer 14-164c. 
leokton, London 16-938 (F2). 
— , Wyo.' 28-874 (E-Fl). 
3eckum, Ger. 11-808 (B3). 
3eckville, Tex. 26-690 (N3). 
ileekwith. Sir Georgo 3-611a; 



— , SIR THOMAS SYDNEY 

3-61 Od. 
Beckwitli, Cal. 5-8 (C2). 



BECKX, PIERRE JEA1 



jf^ 



— , PIERRE GDSTAVE T., 3- 

Beaurcgard", Miss. 18-600 (B4). 
— , fort. S.O. l-819d. 
Beaurepalre, Nicolas Josep 

ll-171c; 7-308C 
Beanrepaire (Bearpark), Dm 

— , St! (feere) 10-778 (Q6). 



— . oil-ncld. Wyo. 2B-874c. 

— riy..Can.(Alta.)l-500(B2); 
24-225 (A2) ; 6-3470. 

— . riv.. Can. (B.C.) 4-600 (1'2). 
— ,Tlv., N.Y. 19-59fl(E2). 

— riv., O. 20-26 (13). 

— ,rlv., Pfl. 21-106 (B4); 

601a; l»-464b. 
— , riv., R.I. 23-249 (B2). 

Ffranoon. 



Bea.i ___ 
(B2). 



., Mont. 14-276 (C3). 
■r Mill, Orog. 20-242 (A4). 
■ 'Us, lake, Can. " """ 

BeaVer Kill, riv., N.Y. 1: 

-W;riy.,N.Y.ia-596(F4-3). 
- Lick, rats., W.Va. 28-560). 
saver Line, steamship line 25- 
853c. 

r Meadow 



3-602d; 
alcohol : 

~, Lady : 

Be'cherel. I 



I 10-2 



,cid* 1-14 
cheu 



-n 6-4 7 c. 



vilTe. Pa. 21-106 (L5). 



1,19-4 



1 (A2). 



3, dlst., Eee. 9-785a. 

— Heath, Ebs. 16-942 (E2)j 

BECQUEi HENRY FRANCOIS 

3-611br 8-51 6c. 
BECQUER, GUSTAVO ADOL- 

lo 3- 811c. 
BECQUEREL (family) 3-611c 
" • "— - "DRE EDMOND 
' ' n yapoir* 

.„™_ a- 

— .ANTOINE C;,3-flllo; dia- 

magnetism 8-157b : temper. 

atiire of plants 1-1 15b. 
—.ANTOINE H., 3 -613» J 

Zoemanexperlment 17-" IMS 



— , ALEXANDRI 
3-611d 



radioactivity 22-793d j 



Becraft limestone 8-127b. 
Bees, Ana. : see Vienna. 
Bees dc Bosson. mt A 
26-242 (1)4). 

A1E, Hung.; *T fi 



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Beese. 
Beotive Ahbev, i 
744 (E3) ; 17-S 



, Ire. 14- 

'ire. 14- 

rk. 2-552 (D2). 

of Catanier 25-323. 

2a- u-sei (pi! iv. 

™'urers 10-228d. 
3-613b; 11-6660: 

:) 23 -V 04a. 

! Bede, the Vener- 



Bcdales school'. Hanta. (Peters 
BEDARESI, ' YEDA1AH 3- 

BEDARIEUX, dept. Ft 3. 

613d; 10-778 (F6). 
Bedarridea, Fr. 10-7 7 S <G5). 

^^aj". Serj-id Ahmed el 9' 

Bt'd-bug (House bug, Ciraes; 

4-iSHt; 13-259b (lis.); 13- 

""" n "■ '; development 

■ilia 27-3460*™' 
11-8118 (IJ7!. 
Ladios of the 

Bedcote, V, ores. ; ' ate Stour- 

Bcddard. F. K. 5-7921) ■ B-792c 
Beddau ^vyr Ardudwy 10- 

Bedde, trihe 15-691C 
IK'dden, CAT. 19-694d. 
BEDDGELERT, Wales 3-613d- 

9-128 (V. CI). 
Bedding (horticulture) 



Donovan 
Bedbunr, Gi 



Sedford, Francis Russell, 2nd 
— , Hastinga Husscll, 9th duke 

-. Jasper Tudor, duke 3-617c; 
27 -Ma. 

-, John Plantagenet, duke of 
3-CKkl; 13-145 (table)- 
Channel Ialands grants 5- 
S43a; battle ol Vernouil 27- 
1031b; Humphrey, duke ot 
Gloucester 12- 129b : mar- 
riage 21-387b; Orleans, 
siege 21-3S7b ; Paria under 
20-817a; rcgoncy 9-513d ; 
Bioli rnon d ear I do in23- 3 6e. 

->Oiuinlne7-9i0e; 17-284d. 

-, .lohn: aea-lawa 24-536e. 



415b; observatory 26-36 
-, Can. 22.124 (113 >. 
- 111. 14-304 (B4). 
tEDFORD, Ind. 3-620b J : 

4^2 (E7). 
-, la. 14-732 (C4). 
-, X)-. 15-740 (02). 
-..Mass. (Bristol Co.): 



T-. K.II. 19-490 (D61. 
— , N.Y. 19- 596 (C4). 
— , O. 20-26 (G2). 
BEDFORD, Pa. 3- 630b ; 



c, Gueena. 2-960 (H3). 

!, Cambs. 3-Oi0c. 

n Spring, U.S. 18-5200. 

1 beds (geol.) 27-62Ti 
I Book of Hours : 

jCitj-, Va. 28-118 (C3); 

«e, Lond. 6-639a : 27- 



mer's negotiations 20-644c 



Bodr.Atub. 17-405t ; 17-ilOb. 
— , val., Arab. 28-014b. 
Bodra, Ger. 23-743d. 
Bsdrai, Turk. As. 26-305 (F3). 
Bedr-ed-din 17.583b. 
Bedreaheli, Ifigy, : see Badra- 

Bodrett'o, dwltz. 26-242 (F4). 

Beilriaeum (Betriacum), It. 13- 

26 (C2, ; battle U.D. 69) 4- 



Bedwaa, Mon. 9-420 (III. A3) : 
Bedwell, William 3-9 02b ; 27- 



Beech-fern 22-3 8 b. 

Beech Forest, Viet. 29-33 (B3). 

— Grove, Ark. 2-052 (El) 

— Grove, Ky. 15-740 (A3). 

— Hill, W.Va. 28-11S (AMI 
BEECH 1NG, HENRY 

Charles 3-640d ; 27-95id 
— , James 16-602e. 

Becckmont. Pa. 17- 2 5 la. 
Beeeh-uut 4-465o ; oil BO-46a. 
•*-—>■-— -c, 111. 14-304 (C6). 
J, HI. 14-304 (B5). 
icL Ind. 14-422 (E8). 

17-852 (F2). ' 

— , Pa. 21-100 (F3>. 
BEECHWORTH, Vict. 3-641a- 
28-38 (D2| ; diamonds 8- 
162a ; sapphires 2-B53c. 
Beeckraan, Isaac 8-80a 
Bee Co Tex. 28-690 (kT). 
" 14-304 (B4). 
1 19-2S0d. 
.piuao)3-977d; 



Beechviil 
Beech wo- 



Beecreek, III. 



Bedwi .■ see Stieuor.. 
BEDWORTH. Watwi 



-180d;i 



: stJnel4-178b; 

"■■ -*14-1'. ._. 

i 3-62ae 
lity-llti 

493d"' " '[ """'"" 

<■■ ."■ ... 
'16-975/ 

tp on 13-~84"s'l 

Blj-phlo 9-64o ; jati 
(rlR.); logs 3-02: 



13-420d; 
-(Honey-bee): 
(»«,), 3-634d(fi 
63id (fig.) ; co 
3-627a; cultii 



3-63 4d (fig.), 
tion ol lite 1" 
625,1 (flg.>: 



3-6 3 Ot 






14-3 



■llflc 



Bed 



BED DOES, THOMAS (phy 

—.THOMAS LOVELL (poot) 

Beddome, Benjamin 14-191. 

BEDE, the Venerable 3-61; 

9-S08b; 14-1850- itmert 

for pilKrtma 21-607(1: m 

typology 17-S95b ; pe 



',■■ M- 

Bedell (official) : iw Beadle. 
Bedeque. tay. Can. 19-831 



BEDFORD, EARLS AWE 

dukei pf 3-616c: eee aisc 

Russell, family. 

— ' A ^K 6 '°t Bnr S fand y*< *ioh' 

-^ Diana EusaelL dnoben 11- 



Bedford Level 

9-424 11V. B 

Bedford lii-nt.ni 



Bedford Sprii 



-02); 10-257b! 
me : gee Corn- 

l-619b. 

IE] eo.. Ens;. 3- 
(IV. BZJTiace 

', Pa. 18-522b. 
>2f,4 (C5). 

:iv.. La. 17-54 
Bedier, Joseph 10-116d; 27- 
Bedigana, Nig. 19-678 (El). 
Bcdineton. W.Va. 28-560 <V2). 
^d) 13-377e. 



i. India ■ 



Bediyaw. ti 
BEDLAM (Bethlehen 






BEDL1NGTON, K. 



BEDLOE. 

Bedloe's ( 

692a. 



DMAR, ALPHONSO 






and BedT 
nor, Glos, 



ledmonl, Herts. 

geology 13 -3 98c. 
ED- MOULD (diet ' 



!:ol) 4- 
942(C2)i 
3-B22d ; 
Bednja. rlV., Hung. 3-4 (E3) ; 
Bednor. fndia : see Na«ar. 
BedoT *° '" 



Bccbo-jfeLe'llan lile- 

Bccbpa'nob, Ark. 2-5/ 
Beeiib, hill, N.1I. 11 
BEECH 3-638b; , 
410b; Denmark 
tribution 21-780 
27-634b ; ctym 
4911b r gcoloKlcal . 
leaf 27-910e ; 

— , Austrttlian 2-048d. 



975d; 20-604a. 

- ■"- ' 3-641t 
< 8-2161 
pepton 



BEEF (diet. 



. ; 5-541p : 
v-t importE 

!6-413b. 



Beefoateti. , ^..-, j. tul JDU VL u,^ 

Beo-tly 8-307b. 
Beef marrow 20-4 7a. 
Heefora, Yorka. 9-416 {II. G2). 



Steaks) 3-641b. 
Beefwood : see Bat 

Caeuarina. 
Beegi, N.G. 16-487 (( 



.0 (D3). 






— deetcuctor" B-105C, 

— tombs 1-2 48 a; 19-104d;l; 

lieek! HolL 1 ; 



Bcokijt 
Bce-kcc 



:, David: see Beck, Da^ 
' " 19-08 9a. 

noil. 13-588 (C 



1, Hen 



:ee -keeping 3- 

Ei-yptfam 

768b, -' ' 



761ta ; ai 
S-80M. 



BEAU-BEQA 

Beep-nohaann, R. H-7flB». 
Beerhouse Act 16-762d, 



3-6 7 8d. 
Beers, G. V 



Beeraheba, Ger. S.W.Af. 2S- 

466(06); 11-801 d. 
BEERSHEBA, Hyr. 3-644a ■ 

20-602 (B6);U-583b. 
— SppinRS, Tenn. 26-620 (F2) 



Beoskow, Gl-p. 11-808 (E2) ; 4- 

BeejJcy's Point, N.J. 19-502 

BEESLY, EDWARD SPENCER 

3-64 4b ; 6-938b. 
Keeaon, Dcnpy 27-594a. 
Beeeon's MiD, Beepon's Town. 



Beesppir 
Kcest, A 
"eeston, 
-, Notti 



--.Albert van 4-370d. 
Beeston, Chee. 9-416 (II. B3). 
"" -'416 (ILB4); 19 



- Castle, Ones, 



13 (CI )._ 



■490 (D3). 

i-24c ; dis" 
, 21- 7 8 2c, 
logy 14- 
B0 7-417d; 



Bed" 1 



see Lit de 



BEDOUINS 3-622d ; charaotep- 
JSJ. 1 * Z: s79b : E dom 14- 
asOo; Egypt 9-31a; endo- 
gampus euatoma »-383b ; 

24-627e ; Mameluke role 9- 
101a; ordeals 20-174d; P»l- 



-, Edward 3-640b. 
-, Fane 7-158a. 
."ENRY WARD 3-63fla ; ■ 
■, LYMAN 3-040a. 



-Falls, Vt. 19-490 (Dl). 
leecher Stowo, Harriet Eliz 

EECHEY, FREDERICK 

William 3-640o; Arctic ex- 
ploration Bl-944b; Bonin 
Ib. 4-20Kb : Ovrene 7-705a. 

— . Henry William 3-640e. 

— , SIR WILLIAM 3-640d. 

Beechey.cape. N.G .19-48 7 (F2). 

— , tsl., Can. 21-838 (A!) ; 11- 



Be'el (god) : see Bun 
Bcele, Bloetvando 15 
Weeieigh, abbey, Esa, 



Bee.nstor, lake, N.Holl. 19- 
Beenham, Berka. 9-420 (III, 
— , N.Mex. 19-520 (Gl). 



— , Jakob Meyer : see Meyer 

beep, Giacomo. 
— (Unfirt. Joseph 6-440c. 

i". - ., 



aplS- 
VI. Fi 

BEER 3-642a'; adulteration 1 
233b. l-226o ; eonsmnptioi 
26-581 ; dieeaaes 10-276c 
dnty, Ireland 14-75Ib ; dntj 
U.K. 4-506d, 9-4H2o, 10-59a 
exemptions from duty 4- 
S06b ; Jegislation l-21fld 

4-507b. 



fopcfgn c, ..-_„. . rJJ 

h (bibl.) 13-784h. 

iaohltell-378a;22 
Herbert! see 



Beei 



1 05b. 



Horber 



pbohm 



Beerbohm, diet., India ': 

Bipbham. 
Beerfelden, Ger. 11-808 



416 (II. E3); 

Beeston -nest -MiJeliam, Nor! 

19.740b. 
Beeeton ltesis, Noff. 19-740d. 
Beeswax 1-3550 ; 3-627b ; 28- 

430b. 
BEET (hot.) 3-644c; alcohol 

manufacture 25-702d ; Jood 

values 8-21 fib; graft-hybiid- 



i In D. 17-B50a ; ir 
; 24-SOlb ; orehe 
lgemcnt 14-655b ; 



390d; Eonfts2B-408o; va 
ataons27-913d. 
BEETLE (diet.) 3-65Ib : < 

— mite lS-6J9a;' 2-310c 
Bectle.stnne B 7-IJ2a. 

:hine3-651b ; 1 



C2), 
1 (C6). 



BEETS NIKOLAAS 3-651C. 

B^e^V^mietavon^-niu-;. 
Bectzendorf, Ger. 11-808 (C3). 
Beevillc, 'rex. 26-680 (K7>. 
Becvop, Charles Edward 19- 



DE REICNY, 



sluugshalle (monnment) 
liiiTigskries; ; gee Libera- 



, Abraham Cornelia 20- 



iv.. Hung: 3-4 (H4). 

, tribes : see Bela. 
_- = _r(tai) 18-6881). 
Bej-ard Fr. 10-802 (C3). 



26-657c. 
Bogarf-Wab, riv 

(C5); 25-143... 
BEOAS, KARL 3- 



,-4 96b ; 
.India 14-37 « 



iO (H3). I 9-45'ea. 



geology 8-132o; tides 



: Begaatri, Sp. S-596al 



BEGB-BELL 



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instructions given on Page I. 



Beggars of the Sea : see Dutch 

Beggars ot tho Sea. 
Bwflars' Opera (Gay) 11-54H 

S-530b. 
Beggarstaff Brothers, Tho: 

see Pry.le. JaniesaniiNichol- 

601J, William. 
Beggars' Warning, The 24 

444d. 
Beggiatoa 3-160a ; 3-163c. 

159d (flu.). 
Begging the question : se. 

Potitio principii. 
Begga, Okla. 20-58 (E2-F2). 
— ,rock, Cal.5-8(D5). 
Begharda 3-652e ; 10.461a 

Begharrni : see Bagirml, state 

3ud. 
Begheerte: see Begehrte, cape 

Beghra'm, Afg. l-314e. 
— , plains, Afg. 15-625c. 
Begig : me Ebgig, Egypt. 
Begijar, Sp. 25-530 (D3). 
Beg Lane, cape, Ft. 10-77: 



V.Af. 11-204 



Bego, int., Ainu 1-741 il. 

BEGONIA3-653h ; leaf-pr< 

gationl.3-757d(fig.). 

Begorritea, 'lake, Gr. 12- 



BEGU1NES 3-662e ; 

8-886c. 
Begum Kothi 14-450b. 



Behm, Michael : see Behei 

d Wagner : statistical 

earch 25 -8 09c. 

len, Bohmont, Jacob 

BEHN, APHRA 3-657b ; 



; 19- 8 36a. 






inter) 18- 



iinesa, Egy. 9-10 (A2). 
papyri : see Osyrhync 

ttn£eTBTiii!28-mb. 
tin. Bclg. 3-608 <G3). 



— , W ILL I AM JOSE PH 3-65 7 c. 

Behram, Asia M. : see Ar " 
Behram Khan 3-295d. 



-, Capt. T. T. l-321b; 



BE IT, ALFRED 3-658d; Jame- 
--)raid27-S00d. 
i. Pal. 2O-B02 (C4). 



ee Bethel. 
20-002 <C5). 
. 20-602 (B5) 



'al. ; we Bethlehem 
,le> 6-200b. 
Pal. 80-002 (B5). 
Maliye) 27-43 la. 
ika CUr-et-Tohta' 



BEJA (B1K 
Hababs 11 
12- 8 04b, ■!■ 



■EJAR - ; 



Belhei, Nig. 19-0 
Bcich Barn, riy., 

<C2>. 
Beichgrat, pasa, S 
Belehten, pans, i 

(D3). 



■g globe 17. 
Beheim, 



Beham, Michael : see Behein 

Michael. 
Behan, Arab. 2-204 (C5). 
Behanzin7-736c; 4-59a. 
BE HA Ft, India 3-654b ; 1' 

376 (L7); 14.396c. 
— . proy., India 3-B54b ; 1- 

376 (L-M7): 3-72&d; 1- 

Rob n.ri '(language) : seeBShai 
,r Light Horse 1! 

rncy 3-f 
Engine 

Behat, riy., India : see Jhelom. 
BEHA-UDD1N 3-655b. 
BEHA-UDDIN-ZUHA1R 3- 

655c. 
BEHBAHAN, Pets. 3-655d 

21-188 (B2). 
Behbit ei-Hagard, Egy. 14' 



BEHEADING 3-BSad ; 9 
Beheim. Michael ll-7H7a 
Bohom. Martin : see Bo 

Martin. 
BEHEMOTH 3-6 S 6c. 
Behenlo acid 20- 4 4a, 
Bchenjavilo, Mad. 17-271 (A3). 
Belien-meh 6-3I7b. 
Behera, prov., Egy. 9-2Ba. 
— . oanat Egy. 9-2TO ; 

847d. 
Beheran : see Berehan. 
Beherrscher far (leister, Dei 



20 (H2); 
8(B2> 
16 (F.I). 



Beilan, 
l-56f 



■0 (U4); l-568b;l 

itle) 0-200b. 
rtoll. 13-588 (D2). 
88, Ger. 11-808 (C4). 
i, F. K. 6-64U. 
i (min.) lS-123b. 
>ort, Erit. 1-93C. 
'r. 10-778 (G3). 
nt. : see Dilbh, Thar- 
&e. 
Swita. 26-242 (E2). 



BE IRA, 

25-46 

300b; 

Africa. 

BEIRA, 



Port.E.Af. 3-56TC ; 
(M2-3); language 3- 
railwar 23-265d; S, 
i War 27-207a. 
anc. prov.. Port. 1 
; 23-530 (A2-B3). 

e', mi?.,' Port. 23-134d. 
rem. Belt*. 3-668 (C2). 
. Ark. 2-052 (B4). 
JT (Beyrout, Berytus 

19-891 £ 



— , lake, Turk.As. 2-780 (D4) 

2-758b. 
Beisitzer: .we Aaaeaaor. 
Beisaol, Joharih C. ll-7T0b. 
Beisngsk, lake, S.Ruse. 23-87 

(I. F-G3). 



p. 25-530 (C2) ; 
iu, Sp. 9-R02a. 



:i, Uu. 7-595 (Fl) 



ANTONY (liishop 
'ham) 3-etiOb ; 3-41 0i] 
, tony (dean of Linco 



(hishup of Lincoln; 
(bishop 



■, Thoi 
3-660 

bayld'a) 3-660C ; S-320d 
Bekal, India 14-S82JF13). 



la; 14-378 
3c; 14-378 



BEL A, India 

(1-KB). 

-, Pal. : steZoar. 

-, Sum. 26-71 (B3). 

- (Las Bela), prov., Bal. 

376 (B6); 3-663a; 3-2! 

inhabitants 2-748d, 4-3; 

rebellion (1875) 3-2980. 
„ela (zool.) ll-517a. 
Belabaiiya (DiUu), Hung. 3-1 

<F2). 
Eelabre, IT. 10-778 ("K4). 
" ;laeh Lechta, Ire.: battl* 

(978) 14-7H6b. 

ela Dila, mte., India 14-382 

(110) : 3-498d. 

dadiyeh (Libuaniyoh) 17' 



I. 17-828 (Gl). 



Belalaa (dynasty) : see Hoy 

Bela Lawing, mt., Bor. 24 

207o. 
Belulcaeaz, Sp. 2S-530 (US) 



— - Partabgarh, India: 



ilS.: battlellflli: 
rk. 27-426 (02); 



K3) ; 23. 

i7-27l"(B-C4). 



Bekosbonrn, ]Cent6-378a. 
BEKESCSABA, Hung.3-661a; 

3-4 (G3). 
Bek^s-t'oldvac-, Hung. : set 

it.,Mor. : seeBeahar, 

Bekhram, port, Asia M. : set 

iekkaWap. 1S-156 (05). 
EKKER, AUGUST IMM. 3' 

661b. 
-, BALTHASAR 3-«filb ; 8' 

1 2 5a. 
- (Wolff), ELIZABETH 3- 

661c; 8-726b. 
leklemlehcff (sculptor) 24- 

echt 12-61 2d. 



BELA III. (of Hungar 
662a; 13-9030; 4-232,. 

BELA IV. (of Hungary) 3- 
662b ; 13-904a ; Bohemia- 
wBr20-368a,4-124b;Bos n i 
4-28,1a ; Bhda Pesth palae 
4-736d: linolirot Styria 3 
6c ; Matthias church 4 
734c ; Mongols defeat 18' 



Belhina, isl., Anc.Gi 
Bclhrougbton, Wore: 
ire. Ft. 10-778 ( 



ohn 2-439d ; 2-4350. 
nnathan 17-8R2a ; 19- 
Id; 22-348h. 

iCT, Ala. 1-460 (D4). 

— , Ark.„2-552(D2). 

La. 17-54 (Al). _ 
chan., N-.Am. 19-762 <E2). 
— , isl*., (Jan. 5-160 (Nl). 



(C2). 



17-852 

'es. 26-690 (E2). 
inca. 9-416 (II. 

. 25-530 (E2); 

4-744 (D2); 10- 

)ak^l9-780(K1). 



(fig.); ~-;rz- ----;- 
Bd.cmnoteuthidae, Aula- 
coceratidae, Belemnitidae. 
^clomnitella 7-415d. 
Belemnitca 5-701b; 7-418a. 

hruneyioenBis 25-63 2d. 

aculnm 25-G32d. 

lafcralia 22-658a ; 25-632d. 

minimus 25-632d. 

emnitidae 5-694d ; 5-695b ; 

:-701b. _ 

ernnotenthidae 5-701b. 
emnoteuthis 5-701b. 
emaada 22-153b. 
en, Arg.6-502c. 
Miaa. 1B-600(B1). 
Nie. 6-678 (C-D5). 
X.-Mex. 19-520 (L>3). 
len, church, Hayana 13- 



Bclenyoa, Hung. 3-4 (H3). 

Belep. Isls., Pac.0. 20-436 (L9), 

Bcloric myrobalan 19-1 lie. 

Belermofi, Ec. 8-913d. 

Belesa, riy., Aby. 9-745d. 

BELESME, ROBERT OF 3. 
603d ; college at Morf 4- 
559d; F.lleamere forfeited 9- 



Belew, Ala. 1-460 (B1). 

Belewcreok, N.C. 19-772 (Bl). 

Belfwor (Jlachiayelli) 17-237a. 

Belfast, Ark. 2-552 (C3). 

— , Ga. 11-752 (E4). 

BELFAST, Ire. 3-664a ; 14- 
744 (F2) ; blind school 4- 
G2H ; carters' strike riots 
(1907)21-534c; eatl.edral3- 
664c; corebro-apinal (eycr 
18-I30d; exports 14-751d; 
Ulegitlmaey 14- 303a; im- 
porte (1901-1905) 14-751dJ 

municipal lodging - lionsea 
13-817d; population (1893- 
1901) 14-7*7a; shipping 
statistics 27 - 603d ; siege 
(1644) 19-lla; technical 
school 26- 497a r Unionist 
conyention 14-7800 ; uni- 

ELFAST, Me. 3-665d i 17- 

434 (D4). 

-, N.Y.ia-590(B3). 

-, S.A1. : battle (1900) 27- 

208d. 

-, hay, Me. 3-66Sd. 

■ harbour, Viet. 28-38 <B3). 
— , lough, Ire. 14-743b. 
— -, riv.. Mo. 17-43* «;4\ 



if Commerce 27- 
■t Evening Telegraph 19- 



2 Old. 
ieleni, 



Egbert 3 
ard 3-1 7 ( 

a, N.C. 19-772 (Fl). 



i. 23-872 (H5) 
6d ; 3-100d ; 3 
Btato, Af. 3- 



-, IjISDOIJ, run. 1D'( i £U i ±o' 
297h ; monaatelT 13-45 4a, 



\ Society (theol.) 27- 



— , N.J. 19-509 (D3). 
— , N.S.W. 19-538 (G3) 
BELFORT, : 

778 (Hd); 

Tolt(182i; 

12-SOOc; 

660.1, 10-796b; aiogf 

3-860d, 11.14b, 10-7 
— , Pal. i see Kul i 



BELFORT, territory, Fr. 3 

665d; 10-778(114). 
— , Gap of, val.. Fr. 9-910b. 



19-41 3b; WaUoon? 28-28«a- 
Bclgam, India ; see Bolganm. 
BBLGa'rD, Ger. 3-B88b ; 11- 

808 (Fl). 
BELGAUM, India 3.668b; 14- 

3H8 (F1S). 



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Instructions given on Page 1. 



Bolganm, diet., India 3-B68r> 
EastIndiaCo.4-189d; Kit 
cheiier's army organizatioi 

Bclgii^'eBelgae. 

Belgian bask, (geol.) 9-664c 

— Confession : see Belgic Con- 

BELGIAN CONGO, Af.3-668d 

to Cairo railway 3-4266 
carving 19-345d : coeoa 6' 
030u; ivory trade 15 -94 a 

implements l-327e'2-340a 



•e Flomisb.. 
States 3- 6 7 5b. 



, Antare. 21-961 (M). 
infcssion 7-3BSH ; 22- 

:o (family) lS-37b. 



s 3-073a, 9-yi7d, 22. 

7-89b, 27-f 40a ; drint 
on 26-oSl, 26-590(1 



survey mam 17-650d. 
— : .frmy 3-ilia\ fortification 



9 27-602 a, 27- 



"i3-671a;S-968b; 
caoolg 14- 5 3 4a : 
lueation 3- 07 8c. 
3-672aj 3-673b: 
system ll-86a ; 
■412c; coinage 19- 
00a, 18-706a; com' 



— : 1'ajmlriti.mt mid reHoftm 3- 
B6M; 3-671a; ll-R36o; 9' 
920d ; emigration 18-128c 
illeeitimacr 14-30 la I Bui 



Cston/(a/krJii7i» 



— , Turk. 27-426 (E3) 
Belgrade, Me. 17-431 
— , Minn. 18-551) (Co) 



. 3-681d ; 
ion 6- 640 d, 
<) 13-95 6c i 



10 : S47c. 

-', dept'; sol 



1-901 b. 



■, dist., Loud. 16-0 



li (king) 25- 10 00a. 



ilimta (Edgcivorth) 8 



BELISARIUS 3-682d ; 
n 10- i 34d;' 



(539> 2 
(popo) 2i 



■41So, 22-41Sb: Itakkn 
entatl5-700ii; Ravenna 

32-92fia ; Silveriu; 

" ""7a; Tunisia 27. 
lis 27-29 Od, 27. 

BELlf (iroddcss) 3-6S3b ; 3. 
-- -%4581j. 

Aljr. 1-64.1 (B2>. 

lis), ~ ■■ 

■78 f 

_-Bulw__ 

mty 6-475b ; Creoles 4- 

io. 

juntry : see British Hon' 

v., Brit. Hon d. 5-678 (B2): 
. J15b. 
BELJAME, ALEXANDRE 3' 

683d:16-567b. 
Belfc, Ala. 1-16H (B3>. 



, K.H. and Vt. 19-490 



(D4-E5>. 



112d. 



aaur 3-104o; 3- 

chicf) 8-614o ; 6- 

irinting 26 -096b. 
— , a nam ; «ee Adam Boll. 
BELL, ALEX. GRAHAM 3- 

7-880a ; telephone 26-547b : 
wireless telegraphy 26-S30a; 
— , ALEX. MELVILLE 3-684a; 



ti.i- i 



ji.i 



lalist) 



-, SIR CHARLES 3-6 



■■■■■ 

phrenolof 

veries 18-54d ; vivisectic 

-158d. 

;. Moberly 19-558u. 

Sir Francis J). 10-708d. 



!h? ( cKa* 



— , JACOB 3-680a. 
— , JOHN (anatomi 
l-938d; 26-1291], 
— , JOHN (politieia 
— , JOHN (travcllei 
— , SirLmvtliianU 
— , Mark2-739c. 



d. 19-479 (CI) 


1)3) 


(Unt.) » 




(Que.) X 


lids 


21-938 (L 
(Edmont 



house bells 3-692a ; inscrip. 
2i-7D6d j Liborty Bell,Vhil- 



>, Stefan 



le DeUi 



Bella, mi.. It, 26-243 (F5> ; 4- 

. : " 
BELLABELLA, 
Bellac, IT. 10-77 
Bella Coola, riv 

(Da). 
BELLACOOLA, tribe 3-692< 

14-45i)a ; 7-""" 
Bolladoninc 1- 



■8 (El). 



; 7-S99b. 



of urine 4- 30b 
19-2SM; mil 
checked 17-52! 

19-427d; poiso 



I . -ii 
jthal dose 



— lilv l-781d. 
Holiaert, Jacob 27-529e, 
Bellagarda, mt., Alps 1-742(1. 
HeNaggio, It. : see Bcllagio. 
Bollagliy. Ire. 14-7+4 <E2) ; 16- 

BELLAGIO, It. 3-094a; 15-4 

(B2). 
Bcliahoe, Ire.: battle (1539) 

20- 7 b. 
Bellahouston, Glasgow 12-81 



Ecllair, 111. 14*30i (K4). 
— , Mich. 18-372 <F5). 
BELLAIRE, O. 3-691b J 20- 

26 (14). 
Bellairs, Sir W. 27-198a. 



-, JOSEPH 3-69io ; 9-5 



see Longworth, 



Bcllanagh, Ire. : see Bellaa 

iiagh. 
Ecllanamallard, Ire. 14-7< 

(D2). 
Bcllananagh, Ire. 14-744 <D3 
BeU animalcule : a-.e Vorl.it* 

lidae. 
Bclhino, It. 26-242JG4). 
Bella Pais, Cyprus 7- 7 00b, 
Bellardi, Luigi 20-582d. 
Hollar ine beds 23-230d. 
UeLarona, Ire. 14-744 (El). 
Bellaripe, mt., Vict. 28-i 

(El) ; ll-54»b. 
BELLARMINE. ROBERT! 

F. R. 3-691d; catechism J 

50«b;fa.-tinel0-197b ;Gal 



. il-l 



lellar 



?d"; 

i in bus 1 

s (jugs) 



13 16- 09 3b. 



BELLARY, India 3-6 



Bollati, Mai 

Bella Toi«- 

(D4); 



73d. 



11-9391) 
■edo 6-7i.. 

lit., Al p9 

20-276d; 
de la J 
22-o01b. 



ustaohe de 15-341&. 
tcllo 3- 19 3c. 
Herts. 16-942 (D2). 



— (ofLapland):se< 
Bellbcook, O. 20-2o u*-^oj. 
Bellbucklo, Tenu. 26-620 (JC2), 
Boll buoy 16-S40b. 

Bell Cenler, Wis. 28-740 (C5). 
Bell City, La. 17-54 (A-B3). 

— Co., 'Ky.' 15-74P (E4)J 15- 
7430. 



Bell-C 



, lvi. 14-422 



..— . ._. B3-309b. 
— , tiv„ Mich. 18-372 (HI). 
" Belle," the (law case) 24- 

Belle Alliance, Bekr, 3-668 



BELLE AU, REMY 3-096 
11-122CJ 8-511b; pastor 
Z0-8!)6b ; staliie 19- 7 3 3a. 

Belle Ayr, mt., N.Y. 19-596 

l!clIcbuonl, Matfeo 27-3181 
Belle Ctontcr, O. 20-26 «T4) 
BELLECOUR, J. C. 3- 000c. 
— , ROSE P. LE ROY DE LA 

C. 3-6960. 
Bellccour, dist,. Fr. 17-174 
Bcllecrois, fort, Ger. 18- 

(plan);7-161n. 



BEGB-BELL 

3. 14-741 | 
lOtcelain ^ 

Belie ElIen, Ala. 1-160 (B2). 

" Belle Ferronni6re " (paint- 
ing) 1B-449&. 

Bellefonds, B. G., marquis de 
ll-903a. 

Belle Fontaine, Martinioue 1.7- 
802 (Al). 

Belle£ontaine,Mise.l8-600 (C2). 

BELLEFONTAINE, O. 3-696d: 



4-628c 



i de 10- 



6-190 <C 



696d. 



urcho, S.Bak. : 

', S.Dak. 25-506 (C3)j 

Wyo. 28-874 (G-H1)| 

™be, Jean 8-4 3 9 d. 
(family) 3- 



!. de la Livi 



3. de 



la Live dc Belloga 

-, HEINRICH J. J., count 

von 3-697a; 19-28o; 11- 

194d. 
— , Hoger de Saint L., baron o! 

3-696d; 10-724a. 
-, Koger do Saint L. do T, 

due dn 3-697a ; 10-941a ; 10- 

723d. 

(Aic) 10-778 



1-4 40b. 



10-778(F5). 
28-118 (G3). 



p editions 8-671a, 4-6 6 la, 24- 
722d ; lighthouse 16-049b. 
1ELLE-BLE, CHARLES L. A. 
F., duo de 3-698a ; 3-41a ;B- 
666d. 

. Fouquet, chevi* 

'{"'see FourTuotT Nicolas, 
iscount of Slelun and oi 

lehe Isle, Alsk. : see Eagle, 
(ellelsle. Can. 19-465 (C2). 
ielle Isle, isl.. La. 17-54 (CI) j 

-, isl., Westm. 28-708O. 
-nark, Detroit 8-1140. 
IELLE ISLE, str., N.Am. 3- 
698a: 19-479 <B1): 24-22d. 

folic -IslC -Cn-Mci. Tfr ■ n- 

Belle-Ile-ei 
- Islo-i ™ 



n-Terro, 


Ft. 


io m 


, Switz. 26-242 (C2). 


3-4890. 








of. 


earl ol 




eeBe 


esme. 


or dc : see 










arl ol 


, Fr. 10-7 


' ■■ 



Bellcnden Ecr, mts., Queona 

2-942c. 
Belloullesschen, Gtream, Ger 

BeUonz, Swite. : seeBelUnKOna 
Bellerilain, Minn; 18-5o0 (D6) 
— , K..J. 19-502 (C5). 
Belle Plaino, In. 14-732 (E3). 
— , Kan. 1H-654 {K31. 



Belle Hive, 111. 14-304 (D5). 
Bellerivc, Tan. 26-438 (B21j 

13-5440. 
Bellerivcr, Minn. 18-550 (B4). 
BELLEROPHON {Greek liero! 

3-098'd ; 21-56b ; 13-630c. 
" Bellerophon " (battlesbinl 

24-803b ; 24-D05B. 
Belleronhon (zool.) 5-3110 , 

21-1770 ; B5-110C. 
— limestone 21-177d. 
Bellerophontidae 11 -SI Ob. 
Belkay— T - — 

bell: 

Belle ! 



nter, Ala. 1-460 (B2> 



Belle Vernon, Pa. 21-106 (C5i 
Hclleview, 111. 14-304 (B4). 
— , Mo. 18-608 (F4). 
— , Mont. 14-27(1 <C2). 



BELL-BENJ 



BeUoviHe, Ark. 2-552 (B2). 
BELLEVILLE, Can. 3-699a ; 

20-114 (El). 
— , Fr. (Paris) 20-804 (El) : 

BO-82()d. 
— , Fr. (Rhone) 10-778 (G4). 



304 (B5). 



:l.3-699b; 14- 



...4 (El). 

— , Minn. 18-372 (G7). 
— , N.J. 19-502 (A3) : ■ 

— , Pa. 21-108 (04). 
— , Wig. 28-740 (D6). 
— , W.Va. 28-500 (B2). 
— , fort, IT. 27-10181. 



BellevHle-sur-Mer, Fr. 10-778 

(El). 
Bellevue. Del. 17-828 (II). 
~, la. 14-732 (G2). 

—| Ky." 15-741} (Dl); «-T*3d. 

— , La.iJ.SKAl). 

~, Lanes. 17-54S (map). 

— , Minh. 18-372 (F7>. 

— , Neb. 19-324 (18) : 19-330&. 

— , O. 20-26 (E2). 

— , Tex. 26-690 (12). 

— , Wash. 28-354 (B4). 

— . Va. 28-118 (C3). 

— , chateau, Fr. (Sedan) 84- 

574d. 
—.fort, Fr, 3-667a. 
—, mt. Mass. 23-791*. 
Heliew, E. P. S-334d. 
— . Henry Walter 24-593b I 28- 

905a; 3-295a; 2-749b. 
BELLEY, Fr. 3-639b i 10-778 



(bot.) : see G&uv 



ino(poet>3-6! 
— , G. (physicist 



BELLIGERENCY 3-6990 

442c; 28-3120. 
Bellingeri, N.S.W. 19-538 (G2). 
— , riv., N.S.W. 19-538 (G3) ■ 

BELLINGHAM, StR EDWARD 

— ,John21-133d: 14-B12d. 
BellinKbam, Northumb. 9-t 
(I. D'2); 19-793a. 



Bcllinghausen. Baron Munch 
v.: see Munch- Bell Inghauson, 

Belling. Sir Richard S-914U. 

Bellingshausen, Fabian G. V, 
21-9620 ; 20-966b ; 20-4390 : 
route 21-961 (map). ■ 

Belllmrshausen, isl., Pao.O. »■ 
436(N-G9>: 25-320a. 

BELLINI, GENTILE 3-701& : 
20.472a; 20-4750- 

—.GIOVANNI 3-702a; » 
487 (PI. VI.); 20-472a; 20 
475o ; Durer8-700b. 

— , JACOPO 3-700b. 

— , LORENZO 3-703b; l-932o; 
18-5 0b. 

— , VINCENZO 3-703c; 8-416b. 



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Instructions given on Page I. 

Belly, rlT.. Can. 1-500 ( 

l-500a. 
Belly (basket) 3 ; i83 a- 

'27-5 42c. 



Balloe, Hilairo 9-644C 



:. 3-7040 ; 4 






(H6) i 



Bollo m ont( Nor man and French 
"imily): see Beaumont. 
Kfohard Coote, earl ol 17- 
62a : 19-498a ; 19-<509d ; 
.mnilesion 19-62 1c, 

Lodovicus de : 

:ic goddess) 3- 

man goddess) 3- 

Pac.O. 20-430 



.typography 

— band (harnc* 
Belly River grc 

Bolmar, Francis 

- ■ oar, N.J. IS 



tl- • ■ ■ 



704d; 



i (pri< 



s)3-704d. 



Bell™ 
Belkmai 



Bellorl, Giovanni 1-3S1 b. 
BELLOT, JOSEPH RENE 3- 

704d ; 21-945c. 
Bellot, Bta., Can. 5-160 (LI) ; 



lotto, Bernardo S-172a. 

Bellovaol, Fr. : see Boauvais. 
' ibo3-668a; 11- 53 3b ; 3- 

BellovcsuB (Celtio Gaul) B- 

BELLOWS, A. F-' 



s, Vt, 19-4' 



aohlnas 3-7 

262b, "" """■ 

Bellows. , 

6-9581) ; 27- 

BELLOY, DOHMONT DE 3- 

710a; ll-135d. 
Bellpat. Bal. 14-376 (B-C5). 
Bell popper S-589b. 
Bellpftrt, N.Y. 19-596 (H5) ; 

16- 082 d, 
Beilranch, N.Mex. 19-520 

(F-G2). 
BeU -rapier 23- 9 09b. 
BELL ROCK (Inchcape), reef. 

Scot. 3-7101) ; 34-418 (F2) ; 

lighthouse 3-710b. 16-629d, 

l8- OS Oft. 

'■ "' 26-620 (B2). 



Bell; 



I (C3) 



Bellsli 
16- 

Bells Landing, Ala. 1-460 (114). 

— Landing, Pa. 21-106 (E4). 
Bell's palsy ; see Paralysii 

Belle Roads, Va. 28-118 (1)3). 
Bells Station. Cal. 5-8 (C3). 
Bellton, W.Va. 28-561) (C2). 
Bell Tout, lighthouse, Sue. ; 
563b; 18-631c. 

— Tower, Poking 21-Gld. 
Belltown, Ala. 1-460 (D2), 
— , W.At. : see Duaia. 
Bell's Life in London 7-121h 

ia-562b. 
" " ' - " v. Bell-cot. 



ois, Richard de I set 
limes, Richard de. 
eken, mt., Bute. 3-258b. 
lerodach : see Marduk. 
cz, Sp. 25-530 (Cil) ; 7- 



-, P. M. (bp. of Claremi 
23-97 8a. 

ielmont, Ala. 1-460 (A3). 
-, Can. (Man.) 19-780 (El 
-, Can. (N.S.) 19-831 (C2). 



-, Ky. 15-740 <C3) ; 

(1861) 1-8190. 
-, Lanes. 16-139 (C2). 

-, Mass. 17-852 (A-B3) 



-, N.Y. (New York) I! 
(12). 
-, O. 20-26 (n-I4). 
-, Sur. 18-942 (D3). 
-, Wash. 28-354 (112). 



field 3-09; 
lelmonte, I 
-, Sp. 25-5 



S0(D3). 
Richard 



Belmore, O. 20-26 (B-C2). 



, Ire. 14-744 (B2) 



.v par (diet.) 20-745d. 

Belp. Switz. 26-242 <C3). 
— , mt., Alps 26-242 (D3). 
Belpalre flro box 18- 9 2 4a. 
Belpech, Fr. 10-778 (EG). 
Belper (barons) 3-711b. 
"ELPEH (Boaurepaire), 

Derby. 3.711a; 9-416 (II. 

D3). 
Belper stove 2B- 1044c 
Belpre, Kan. 15-654 (C3). 
—,0.20-26 (GO). 
Belrupt, fort, Fr. Z7-1018d. 
"-'—.110, Pa. 21-106 (El). 

-.■•. 

BELSHAML THOMAS3-711b. 



Bclsize, manor, LonUoa 12- 

Belski (family) 23- 8 9 4c. 
BelspriiiR, Va. 28-118 (B3). 
Belstonc, Dev. 9-130 (VI. E2). 



731b. 

lelt, Mich. 18-372 (A3). 
-, Mont. 14-276 (D2). 



— , Tas. 13-54 



; 17-lO04d; 17-1012 
h. 2-1160 (FG). 



'.e Metal band 

'., Nee. 5-8 (S3). 

(isher 15- 8 09 b. 

11 : see Howard, 

dam. 

•e Beltane. 



Belt-horn, h 
Beltine : se 
Belting clot 
— rubber 2 



sr 27-3 



Beltane. 



B-139 (D2). 



:aere,Kenfc 16-942 (E3)( 

, ,.iateau, Ger. 28-496ft. 
— , mt., Alpsl-743c. 
— - ijroy., Gr. 9-279C. 



witthno, It. 1S-4 (E5). 
Befredero, pt., AuH.Hung. 3>4 

(D5). 
BeWeUy, Ire. 7-159 (map). 



■, Kan. 15-654 (C3). 
-, N.C. 19-772 (FJ>. 
-, Xcb. 19-324 (G4). 
-, K.J. 19-502 (B2). 



Ire.; 



Ennell, 






ay, N£d. 19-479 (Bl) 
Minn. 18-550 (B6). 

. falley, It. 26-242 (14), 

Berv-oir, Leics. 9-116 (II. F4) [ 

castle 16-395a, 16-3B4d 1 

priory 16-39 4 d. 

slvoir hounds 13-9 4 8d. 
_ elvue, Kau. 15-654 (Fl). 
Belyando, riv.. Queens. 2-960 

(H4) ; 22-732b. 
Bolyina, Serv. 24-686 (Bl). 
BelK. Ans. 5-447b. 
— , Fr. 10-778 (C4). 
BelsiB, Ger. 11-808 (D2). 
Bolzona, Miss. 18-600 (B2). 
BELZONI, GIOVANNI BAT- 






. 4- 175a 



BEM, JOSEF 3-713b ; 4-436a. 
'. , . ,„ ....j . -.goga. 

: 430b. 

■634d J . ' 



13d ; 4-908a. 

— , Feast ol the 17-5 
Beman, Solon Spenc 
Bemarn, ridge, A _ 
Bematist (diet.) l?-634d. 
Beinba, lake, Rhod. : 

Bemba (dialects) 3-358b. 

" ' ' 'ku, bay, Mad. 17-271 



Bclo, Mad. 17-271 (A4). 
Belochrobati (people) 

Croats. 
Belocome, Asia M. : s, 

iik. 
Belodon 27-259d : 23-: 
Bologradohlk, Bulg. 4-7 

4-?77b. 
" ' " ■ 22-803d, 



Sull. 9-424 (IV. FI). 
House, mansion. Lines. 16- 
716d. 
Bcltown. Richard o£ : see 

Richard ol Bcltown. 

Beltra. lake. Ire. 14-744 (B3) ; 

.:. ■ 
Beltrafflo, Giovanni Antonio : 
Boltrafflo, Giovanni An- 



(B2). 

— , Port. W.A1-' 6-923 (A4) ; 2- 

— , lake, Be0 port.E.AI. °'25-466 

(hi). 
— , riv.,S.E.Af. 1 see Limpopo. 
BEMBERG, HERMAN3-713d. 
Bembcsl4-180d. 
Bembeii, riv., Rhod: 25-466 



Bombo- Giovanni 27- 8 lib. 
, PIETRO 3-714a ; 7-163a ; 
22-491d ; Pole 21-974d ; 



1111- 2"J/1 io-utfja. 
BEMBRIDGE BEDS 3-714 



Bemerton,\viltB. 13-3390. 
Bemos, 111. 14-304 (E2). 
Beinlica, convent, Port. 



1 ll-728b; 



BeUum AUxandHnum 16-255d. 
BeUurn Qrammoiicaie 8* 5 18c 
Bcllum Hiapaniease 18-255d. 
Bellum ineipiabilo (Carthage) 



Beloides 12-5 



c; 12-5 






3-7 03d ; 
Bellis : »ee Daisy. 
— (perennis nore-pieno) ; see 

Double Daisy. 
BclHsant l-858d. 
UeUia Libycis, de (Corlppus) : 

a, Messrs 25- 



Bellvm F-unicum (Naovlus) 

Bollune, Claude, due do : _.. . 

— etor, Claude, diilLe ol 1 

„jllune. 
BELL UNO (Bellunum). It.. 3 

— Oe; 15-4 (Dl); 15-26 : 
l)j 5-400b; sheep '" 



Bcloit, Colo. 6- 
— , la. 14-732 (Al). 
-, Kan. 15-854 (Dl) ; 16 

058a. 
— , O. 20-20 (H-I3). 
1 BELOIT, Wis. 3-710d; 2E 
740 (D6). 
BelokrinStfla, monastery, Rus; 



18-5 

■a, 18-439d. 



se Joha-Miis. 
" and Mop 



~, prov.. It. 15 -6c. 
Bellvcr(F " ' 
20-«43i 



Belbez), castle, Bal.Ii 



birds 2O-30Oa ; fishes 
44a. 

, Va, 28-118 (D3). 
: see Gar-fish, 
gaster 18-497o. 
rhynchidao 28- 54 3d. 



, _i. 18-550 (A3). 

— Co. Minn. 18-550 (C2-3). 
Beltrees, HI. 14-304 (B5) 
Belts, Baltic Sea: sec Great 

Belt ; Little Belt. 
Belturbet. Iro.- 14-744 (D2) ; 

— function. Ire. 14-744 (D2). 

Belu -daban,' puss. CAs. 6-1 

(El); 26-910a. 
BELUGA 3-712d: 5- 7 69b ; 



3,'EDWARD WEBSTER 

3-7 lib. 
lomis. Ark. 2-552 (D2). 
-, Me. 17-434 (B4). 
-, S.Dak. 25-506 (13). 
-. Wash. 28-354 (G3). 
— , Heights, N.Y. 19-596 (G2-3); 

battle (1777) l-843c. 
3emin, riv., Vict. 2B-38 (E2). 

Bemmel'. HoS. 13-588 (C3). 

Bemmelen, J. van 14-797C 

■ — W. van. 17-358d ; 17-378b. 



y, Md. 17-828 (B3). 
BeliviltssK lake, Swed. 19- 
800 (D2). 



hido22-106a. 
Bel 11I, Abv. r see Beilul. 
Belur, India 14-382 (F13); 

temple 14-431b. 
Belns (myth.) 3-89a. 



53 Id. 



ita, palace, Lisbon 
hundred. So 



Met 



___ „t, fia. 11-752 (Cl>. 

—.111. 14-304 (K5>. 
' Bellmore, Ark. 2-552 (D2). 



a de 25-5890. 
.6-722 (El), 
t. 1-460 (D4). 



-, Pa. 21-106 (F4). 



stomatidae 13-261a; 
,J2b; 28-386d. 
Belot, Adolphe 11- 148a. 



. Aika): 



ip, Bels. 23-127b. 



Bempton, Yorka. 9-416 (II. Gl). 
Bemus Heiithts, N.Y. : see 

Bends Heights. 
— , pt., N.Y. 19-596 (A3), 
BEN(diet.)3-714o. 
Ben Cruach, Ben More, Bus. 1 

see Cruach, mt. ; More, mt, 

&c. 
Ben, hill. Ire. 28-5480. 
Bena (dialect) 3- 3 60a. 
Benabarre, Sp. 25-530 (Fl). 



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Instructions given on Page I. 



Bena Bendl, Bel.Congo B-923 

(C3). 
Benaehally, take. Scot. 24-418 

(El). 
Beuaco (Benacus), take. It. : 

see Gatda. 
Betia Dibele, Bel.Congo 6-923 

<C3). 
Bcnadu-, aist., SomlmL, 25- 

383c. 
— i Khalli 1 Fare : see Persian 

Gulf Ports. 
Benaga, Egy. 9-8+6 a. 
Bonagalbon, Sp. 25-530 (CI). 
Benaiah (bibl.) l-212a; 15- 



eualeazar. Sebastian de 1- 

B-3S (D2). 

'- •"•-'• .6b. 

,, -823c. 

Benanoremana, Mad. 17-271 

(CI). 
Bonard, Abraham Joseph ! flea 

— , Emilo S-22b. 

BENARES, India 3-T14o! 14- 
3T6 (Kl): architecture 14- 
432b; carpeta S-394&; his- 
tory 14-3 9 Qb, 14- 4 01c, 14- 
""- ; pilgrimages 21-004d; 
1 Da" «■'-'>•'«■ *" 



Tulsl Das 2 



= al3-507d. 

— , dist., India 3-715b ; 15- 

2S2d. 
— . Hindu kingdom, India 3- 

— , bridge 4-546a. 

— , school (of law) 14-435c. 

Bena Eiaraba (Hocictj-) l-32Sd; 

Be narno Id, Tex. 26 - 6 (TZ- 1, ,'> ) . 

Benarty, hill, Scot. 24-113 
(E2) , 10-329c ; geology 10- 
330a, *•* -""*- 



Henasque, Sp._ 25-530 (Fl 

llenaiige^ tiist.,' Fr. 10-776 

Bcnavente, .Tacitrto 25-5S6 
— , Luis Quinoncs do 25-38 

Benaventc, Port. 25-530 (_' 



BENBOW, JOHN 3-715a : IS- 

821b. 
" Benbow " (battleship) 24- 

Benbrake. mt., Scot, 28- 62 8b. 
Hen Brierley's Journal 4-563a. 
Ben Buckler, cape, N.S.W. 19- 

538 (1>3>. 
Benburb, Ire.: battle (1646) 

19-lla; 2O-I10d. 
Benbury, int., Ire. 14 

(B3). 
BENCE-JONES, HENRY 3- 

715d. 
— , Willi! _ 
BENCH (diet 



>3-715d. ■ 



:e law) 28-85 Id. 
'a28-793c. 
in law) 14-9810. 



lenses, William de4-56Ih. 

BENDER (Bondcry), Russ. 3- 
7I6b; 23-874 (I. BS) ; His- 
tory 27-155d, 5-931U. 
mder (Falin-dar or Fahen- 
der), castle, Pers. 24-9S9c. 

Bender Abbas, Pers. : see 
Bander Abbas' 



Bern) 



1 Nasslrl : 



e Bander 



enderloeh, dist, Scot. 24-418 

(A2); 2-186b. 
Bendersvllle, Pa. 21-106 (H6). 
Bcndcrv, Ituss. , sec Bender. 
Bend Fork, rlr., O. 20- 20 

(11-15). 
Bendidea (festival) 2-G05c 
Bcudigo (prize lighter): Bee 

Thompson, W. 
BENDIGO, Vict. 3-716b; 28-38 

"22) \ mines2-951d,2-963d, 

_3-539a. 
Bendigo Series 28-390. 

Bending, lilies of 2G-121a. 

— moment 9-149d: 17-96 Oc ; 

beam 25-1020e; girder 4- 

550d; ship 24-9491). 
Bendis (myth.) Z-665b 1 13- 



TJend-Ieather 3-716a. 



lend Or " (horse) 13-7: 



lend Sinister 1: 
Icndzin, Polarn 

-1- . .■ i 



Senedeu, Edouard van 9-; 

14- I 19b. 
-, Pierre Joseph Tan, 7-714o; 



BENEDETTI, VINCENT, c( 

3-7170 ; 12-33Sc. 
— ot Todi, Jacopo dei : 



BENCH-MARK 3-71 6a. 



Bencke, George! on turn 

2O-920d. 
Benckiscr, T. (chemist) 6-5 
Bcncliff C.rita 7- 13 2a. 
Bencoolcn, Sum. J see E 

kulen. 
Bend, Orcg. 26-242 (D3). 

— (North), Neb.: see North 
Bend. 

BEND (die t.)3-716a. 

— (heraldic) 13-320a. 

— ■ (hydraulic) 14- 72 a. 
Benda. Fra-- " 



i. Nig. 19-878 (C5) ; 18- 

:mann, Edward 8-713b. 
sirnir, N.S.W. 19-53; 

ma. Queens. 2-960 (H5). 



(bal.tle- 
i23-072d. 



." (OF NURSIA), ST 

■»-(19d; 25-lOGlo: breviai - 
4-503o ; hymnody 14-1841 
mooastio Idcil 18-688< 
scholarship 6-450a J Ten 
plars 26-59 lb. 
BENEDICT I. (Pope) 3-71Sa. 

— II. (Popo)3-718a. 

— III. (Pope) 3-718*. 

— IV. (Pope)3-718b. 

— V. (Pope) 3-718t) ; 23-6671 
— VI. (Pope) 3-718b ; 23-637 

— VII. (Pope) 3-71 Sb. 

— VIII. (Pope) 3-718b: 23- 
6S80. 

— IX. (Pope) 3-718h 

~ X. (Pope) 3-7180 ; 2O-690d ; 
9-473d. 

— XI. (Pope) 3-718c: golden 
rosel3-209d; Templars con- 
firmed 26-596a: tomb 21- 



Benedict (Pi 

id Polo) 

. :olzenhasien) J see Jacob 
of Jiiterbogk. 



BENEDICTINE (liqueur) 
721a; 10-231d. 
ENEDICTINE3 3-T21a : 
683c ; Cambridae 5-93u ; 



Carth n 
16-349 



: Kniahts of 



1270 ; missions 18-6illa; 
j.iunaste'ies l-12d; nuns 3- 
723b; of St Mauri Hfie Man- 
rists; Oxford 20-406b j Vul- 
itato rcYision 28-221b, 
BENEDICTION 3-7230 ; 18- 

iaiic(ton<i!ie-799b ;of Win- 



BEN3DICTUS (ABBAS) 
72-id;21-21)7b. 
snedietus (le Punctenr) 3- 



□cdiet the 

n of Zac 

)'o. 

s (papal bull) 

BonodiktrMoriz 7-374a. 
BENEDIX, JULIUS RODER- 

loh 3-725b. 
BENEFICE 3-72Sb i appropri- 

ation 2-229e; col oniu I church 

2-2ilb ; deprivation 8-8U10 ; 

dilap" ■' 



BEN13ICTUS 



27-2 



frulta 2-Glb ; inhibition 1 
669c ; lapse 16-207d ; lay i 
vest.Iture 14-722b ; madiev 
8-860b; plurality 21-857i 
preseutation to 1-2 42i 
quare Impedit 22-7 1 lb ; 

23-lyaa; simony 23-134e 

— (French land tenure) 
BOSc. 

— d'inyentairef in French la 
see lieiieiici'uu inventarii 



Benefloiai 
BENEFIC 
Beneaoiuj 

— diYisionis 12-655a. 

23-57ob; i4-718a; lu 3 
law 1B-04C. 
BencSt Building Societies 



9I5a;2-785c 



-, state, India 19-3813. 
loneraird, jilt., Scot. 24-4: 
<Di). 



BENEVENTO, It, 3-7373 , 

l(El)i 15-26 (B4) J 23-648 
(D2) i battle (275 B.C.) 23- 
623d, 22-B97o; battle (214 
i-^-i 12-307aj battle (212 
10-4520 : cathedral 3- 



723b; 



78,1) 1 



901c ; duchy 8-650d : papal 
state 25-805d; r*folt (77G) 
1O-80SO ; suffragans 18-lSa i 
Trajan's arch 23-478d, 27- 
297b (Plate). 
-,prw.. It. 15-7at agri- 

leneTontum, It. (Campania) : 

-/it. (Vouetia)15-2G <C2). 



e (ethics) 9-822a 
Lnd7-621c:Htitcht 
b;More9-828d. 
— ; ' "1.-53 7a. 

; 9-lG0c; 9- 



— (phi 
537b ;"i 



BonEs 

Benfer. i'a. Z1-1U6 (H4). 

BENFEY, THEODOR 3-72Sd 

15-4070 ; 21 -430c. 
Ben:lcldaide, Dur. 9-112 (I. 

F.3); 8-70Td, 
Jieniloet (North), Ess. 16-942 



15-832a. 
Bengal, Ky. 15-710 (C31. 
-- -, llinn. 18-550 (D-y,3\. 
BENGAL, prov.. India 3-720a 



lo ; 14-iOflc ; 13. 



14-434 



nil- 



636c, 2-752D. . 

731c ; treaty (1757) 8-G61d. 
Bengal Asiatic Society 15-501" 

13-58d; 16-501b. 
BENGAL, BAY OF, India 1 

733a; 14-382 (K-012) ; 

depth 19-973b ; j, " 

2-71 lb. 
BeuBUl cardamom. E-3 
— cotton 7-258a. 
lienaid litndd 19-506a. 
Ben-rail (costume ) 14-t20a. 
BENGALI (language) 3-73:Sa ; 

14-188d; dictjonarlea8-198a! 

literature 8-7 30o. 
Bcngali-san 13-50Od. 
Beng:alla, N.S.W. 19-538 (Fl). 



BELL-BENJ 

Bennadad fof Syria) l-i28aj 
15-3781) ; 7-784b! IsraellW 

lS-3I0d, 7-791C ; Sa- 

, , besieged 9-281b. 

Benhaden, Fla. 10-510 (Bl). 

"inham, H. W. 10-T23a. 

, W. B.B-792o; 5-794o;28« 
lOOfld. 

Bejiham, Ind. 14-422 (G7). 

— , La. 17-51 (CI). 

Beuhamia eaecifera 5-T97b. 

" ■ - -B-llS(Bl). 

752 CB2). 
o., ua. 11.752(0*). 
(Wallaoe) l-810d.) 

Bern (reformer) 12-358d, 
Bcni, India 14-376 (Kfl). 
BENI, dept., Bol. 3-7370 [ 4- 

167 (B-C2); 4-171d, 
BENI,riy.,Bo!.3-737b; 4-167 

(Bl); 1-765 (map); l-785b. 
Bcni, tribe, W.Af. 3-73Ea. 
Benl Abbes, Mar. 18-851 

(F-G3). 
Benl adompriyili (It. land-ays. 

tern) 24-212b. 
Boni Adi, Egy. 9-40 (B2). 



Benicia,CaI.6-S{B2). 
Benicia Boy (prize-tighter) i 

see Heenan, Johu C. 
Beniczky, Pefer 13-925d. 
Bonldorm, Sp. 25-5r" •" — ' 






;) ll-497d. 



jienigne, St 8-2 

Benign, tumour : see Kon- 

malignant, tumour. 
B6niguGt, isl., Ft. 10-778 

<B3). 
Boni Hamld, i 

(DO). 
Bcni Harb, B 



iv„ Pal. 20-6. 



xcept as below. 



Fl). 

li-Hud 16-249d. 

li-Isguen, Alg. l-616b ; 19- 

NI ISRAEL (tribe) 3-7_3Td. 



Eeni. 
3enr Madan. i 
(El); 18-S" 



. 18-351 
Bcmmadhab"D&s (poet) 27- 



Bcngal 1 



ard: 



-XII. (Pope) 3 
701o:23-67Jb;j. 
(lath ay ct 



iedlotloc= 
I7b";"Petrarch*s epistles 21- 

— XIII. (anti-pope) 3-7183; 
20.703brl.438a. 

— XIIL (Pope) 3-719b; 12- 
210a; 20-331b. 

— XIV, (Pope) 3-719b; 20- 
713b;2-158a. 

BENEDICT (OF ALIGNAN) 3- 



Colleire (CamhridTC 

™s Christi College. 

ETHELDHED 



Benevalot< 
Beneyelau 



4) ; 7-431C. 

to, Gioyannl Boririn, 

>t : see Gandia, duke 

t, duke of : set Glsiilf. 



leoimt'd. 

— lights 10-422d. 

— quinco : Bee Baol fruit. 

— Sappers an dMiners23-706d. 

— School (of law) 14-4350. 

— Tenancy Act (1885) 14-387 ci 
7-82 Gd. 

BENGAZI, Trip. 3-736a ;l-320 

(El), 
— , diit.. Trip. 1-320 (Fl). 
Kongo, fey. 15-740 (K3). : 
Ben-Geber 3- 465a. 
BENGEL, J0HANN AL- 

breoht3-73Gb;3-884a. 
Ben«eo, Herts. 19-25*. 
Denser, Sir Thovnas 23-222a. 
Ben Oerson: see Gersonidcs, 



BeiickalTs, Sum. 26-71 (B2). 
— , isl., Sum. 26-71 (B2). 
BeTiiliuoat, bay. Sum. 26-1 

(I!4). 
Bellcore Bead, cape. Ire. i< 

744 (El) ; geolocy Z-153b. 
Bcn^stfors, Swcd. 10-804 

(l)-Eti) ; 26-130 (B2). 
BENGUELLA (Sao Felipe Us 



lella), J 



3-737b I 



923 (A6). 
~, dist.. Auk. 6-923 fBfl) ; 
38c ; language 3-359c. 



Bencuet, proy., : 
(Mil & 02) ; Z1-: 



P.Is. 21-392 



W„ W.AI. 3-73"oa ; 19-078 



-, Bight of, gulf, 1 
73!d; 12-fi96c. 



n. (ol Ghent) 14- 



Beninl, Lorenzo 1- 



Benl Ounif, Alg. 27-S5Sb. 
Boniowsky, Major 18-6 30a. 
Belli Sadden, mt., Mor. 18- 



13 (A2). 
, Alg. 1-0 
17-l50d. 



— Snasscn, mt., Mor. 18-85J 
(Fl). 

— Suef, Egy. 9-40 (B2) ; 9- 
25b ; quarries l-466d. 

— Suef, prov., Egy.»-29aj 9- 
110a. 

Benito, rls^. W-Af. 19-9b, 
EENITOITE 3-7 39a. 
Becivleni, Girolamo 14-906a. 
Bcnizi St Filippo : seii Philip 



SL 

-, JUDAH PHILIP 3-739C 
-, Simeon 9-207b. 
ienjamin, Tex. 26-690 (G-B2). 
tv Utah 27-814 (C2). 
' Benjamhi Franklin ** 



" WiiB' 



BENJ-BERIG 



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Instructions given on Page I. 



tnlomin, Testament of 20. 

952c. 
„snk, Johannes 1 
Benkelman, Neb. 

19-3 2 3 b. 
Benkenhoff (engineer) 4-631 c. 
Benkovac, Dalm.3-4 (D4) ; 7- 

773d. 
Benkulen, Sum. 26-71 (B3) : 

28-73b; 17-470a; climate 

Z6-72b. 
— . reald.. Som._ 26-71 (B3) j 

ulation 26- 



26-73b ; 



>4(C4). 



7 2d. 

Benld.ni.l 

BEN LEDI, mt.. Soot. 3-1 , 

24-418 (C2J! geology 24- 

Beo Ledl group 8-660o. 

Ben Lister Glen, yal., Scot. 2- 

Benlliure, Mariano 24-515a. 
BENLLIURE Y GIL, JOSE 3- 

740b;2O-5!5b. 
Ben Lomond, Ark. 2-552 (A4). 

T.nTnivnil Onl §.$ (A-B3). 

, N.S.W. 19- 



— Loi 

538 (F-G2) i 2-942c. 
BEN LOMOND, mt., Scot. 3- 



BENLOWES, EDWARD 3- 

BEN MACDHUI, mt- Scot. 3- 
740c; 24-412 (E2); geology 

Ben Melr { Jewish scholar) 24- 

532a. 
Benmore Head, Iro. i see Fail 

Head. 
' Ben-my-Chree. " (ship) 24- 



Bern 



lake, a, 



it. 24-418 (C3). 
Bad, Sco" 



4-412 



— Hill, Scot. ! geology , 

Ben Napbthali (Hebrew 

writer) 13-17'd. 
Bonndorr, Ftiedricb. August 

Hans 2- 8 61 a. 

la, mti„ Ire. 
""l»" 7 85b 



— , Christopher 18-4: 



— , lake, Can. 1-472 (M3) ; 28- 
915a. 

Bennet (hot.) : see Red-top. 

Bennet Bank, sandbank. Ire. 
14-744 (F3). 

Bennett, A. W. 13-653c. 

— , C. (photographer) 31-491a, 

—.CHARLES EDWIN (scho- 
lar) 3-7 iOd. 

— , D eb oil 20-43 9e. 

— , Enoch Arnold 9-844a. 



— , JOHk(m».drigaIist)a-741b. 
— , JOHN HUGHES (physi- 
cian! 3-741b : 12-764d. 
— , Joseph 3-037e. 
— , Philip 8-588a. 
— , Richard (author) 10-548b. 
— , Richard (gov. of Va.) 28- 



Bonnett, la. 14-732 (F3). 
— , Neb. 19-324 (114), 
— , N.J. 19-502 (C5). 

i (04). 



S.Dak. 25-506 (D4). 



mettites20-5iob; 12-757o; 

0-547b (fig.). 

inett Law (WU. 1889) 28- 



3emietK Ark. 2-552 (CI). 
Bennetts, N.Z. 19-624 (D5). 
Bennettsbridge, Ire. 14- 74 i 

B <D4 'tt' 

Mooruk. 
Bennetts Creek, riv.. Ark. 2- 

552 (CI). 

— Creek, riv., Md. 17-828 
(E2). 

— Poak, mt., N.Mex. 19-520 
(Bl). 

— Switch, Ind. 14-422 (E 
Bemiettsville, Ind. 1' 

(F8). 
— , S.C. 25-500 (E2). 



-, Kan, 15-654 (El). 



-. Okla. 20-58 (E-F4). 



BENN0 3-743b; 9-362o. 
Bon nut 19-BISa. 
Benobara, Soot, : see Stirling. 
Ben oil 20- 4 6b. 
Benois, Albort 20-5I7d. 
Benoist (physician) 28-S88a. 
Ben_iat_.mt„N.G. 19-487 (CI). 
BENOIT (DE 5AINTE-MORE 



(Vaillant) : see Charron, 

BENOIT) PETER LEONARD 

Leopold 3-J43b. 
Bonoit, ills*. 18-600 (B2). 
Benouch, riff., Bor. 4-3G2d. 
Bononl (bibl.) 3- 739a. 
Benop, China fi-lfiS (F3). 
Benore, Pa. 21-106 (F-G4). 
Benozzo Gozzoli : see Oozzoli. 
Benrather Linie 11-77-c. 
Ben Rhydding, Yorks. 14- 

300b. 
Ben Saddi, Natlian (pseud.) 8- 



21-106 
(D2). 



Bensberg, Gar. 

(D-E5). ' 
uonsenville, TIL h-oji iudi. 
BENSERADE, ISAAC DE 3' 

744a. 
Beneersiel, Ger. ll-233o. 
"— aford Bridge, site. War 
ick, 28-343C 

sheim, Ger. 11-808 (II. 
9). 
Shem-tob : see Leon, 

sington, Oson. : sec Ben- 

8-585d: 6- 

.. 17-778dJ 17- 



574b. 



Bens 



. B. 



28-1006b. 

— , ROBERT 3-744b. 

Bonso (family) 5- 5 86c 

Benson, Arthur C. 3-745b. 

— , Edward Frederick 3- 7 4 5c. 

—.EDWARD WHITE (arch- 
bishop) 3-744b; 16-712o; 5- 
2 lid. 

— , FRANCIS ROBERT3- 745c. 

— , FRANK WESTON 3-745d ; 
28-350b. 

— , GEORGE 3-Tiea. 

— , R. M. 7-'i48d. 

— , Rnbert Hugh 3-745o. 

— , W. A. S. 3-7450 ; 18-213b. 

Benson, Ala. 1-460 (03). 

—.Ariz. 2-544 (C4) ; 2-547C 

— , 111. 14-304 (C3). 

— ,Kj\15-740(D2). 

— , La. 17-54 (AS). 
-, Minn. 18-550 (B5), 
-, N.C. 19-772 (DS). 



Benson, N.Dak. 19-7! 

F2). 
— , Oxon. : battle (StI 



90 (A4). 
t, N.Y. 19-5 



Benton, Ind. 14-422 (F2). 

— , Kaii. 15-054 (E3). 

-, Ky. 15-740 (B2). 

— , La. 17-54 (Al). 

— , Me. 17-434 (04). 

— ,,'Miss. 18-000 (B3). 

— , Mo. 18-608 (G4). 

— . Nfd. 19-479 (C2). 

— , N.H. 19-4H0 (D3). 

— , O. 20-26 (G3). 

— , Pa. 21-106 (K.'O. 

— . Tenn. 26-020 (G2). 

— , Wis. 28-740 (06). 

— , lake, Mass. 17-852 (A3). 



BENT (diet.) 3-746c. 
Bent Canyon, Colo. 6-722 (G4). 
— Co.. Colo. 6-722 <G4). 
Bentcreek, Va. 28-118 (D3). 



— diazonmm sulphate 8-290a. 

— diazo oside 8-173d. 

— diazoticaeid 8-1 73d. 

— dicarbosylio acid : set 
Phthalic add. 

— hesacarbosyL 
Mellltlo acid. 

— induline 23-1 000a. 

— sulphlnic acid 26-6 la. 

— sulphochloride 26-BOd; 1> 



Benzeiioid compounds ; 



-Co., Mo. 1B-G0B(C3). 



Benzhydrol 3-7 



419a; 24-1022d. 
IENTHAM, GEORGE 3 
-, JEREMY 3-747e ; < 

codification of laws G 
duelling 8-642e; an 
mont 8-666ar on ] 
law9-606b, lB-579e; 



11-834 (hist. -map). 
Bonthopeotinidae 8-880b. 
Benthophilus 5-45 4b. 
Benthos 21- 7 2 Oo; l-n96d. 
Bentinck, Lord George : j 

Bontinck, Lord Willis 



icnton group (gcol.) 27-631a ; 
7-41 7o. 
: BENTON HARBOR, Mich. 3- 
754a; 18-372 (D7>. 



-, O. 20-26 (C7). 



(D-E5). 
Benzil3-757a; 7-581b, 
Benzimidazole 14-332B. 
Benzimidazolone 6-59a. 
Benzlnduline 14r507b j 23 

1000a. 
Benzine 3-7 55b. 
Bcnz-isoxa^olea ! see Indoxa 

Benzo (dyes) 8- 7 4 7b. 
Benzoated lard 16-214C, 
Benzoa tea 3-7560. 
BeuBoazurinc 8-747b. 
Benzo cyanhie 8-747b. 



heath. Ess. i 



N.G. 19-487 



. Benzol urf uranes : 



]' -■ 

(1814) 19. _ 
1806-1814) 



Carbonari 
■me 14 
■47c; 



ll-102d. 

Benii (rel.) 21-457d. 

BENUE, riT., W.Af. 3-T54b ; 
5-110 (A3); 19-078 (D4) ; ■ 
19-675a; explor-*-— v — ' 



hindrance 25-891a. 

- aldehyde : see Benzalde- 
hj-dc. 

- anhydride 3-756d\ 
ENZOIN (chem.) 3-757a; & 

l_.wf.14. 

353a; in phani)acs f 3-757a. 
Benzoin tjee 17-0 13b. 
"Bnzol : see Benzene, 
enzon, Alfrod : yacht mea* 
. .... . , 

i, Mich. 18-372 (D5). 



i Portland, Williai 
;, 1st earl of. 
isl., Austr. 2-9 

Bontm'oks, isI.,Bur.4-840(E9). 
BENTIVOGLIO, GIOVANNI 3- 

749d. 

— , GUIDO 3-750a , 27-888o, 

Bentkowskl, Felix 21-928d. 

Bentlage, castlo, Ger. 23-233a. 

Bentley, E. H., electrio rail- 
way 27- 12 la. 



28- 2 2 5b ; CoUin 



752d. 

-, Samuel 3-753a. 
-, Thomas 28-465d. 
- William 27-596b. 

~ ■ ' 420(UI.F4). 1 



Benzo 
Benzo 



le 19-98 



E3-T57o;21. 



; en vie. Dundee 8-676 
IcnTille, Ark. 2-552 ;i 
-. 111. 14-304 (B4). 



■ — oxlme 20-419C 
~ nzopurpurin 8-747b. 

rizopyrazines ; see Quinoxtt- 



; David ] 

r44(B3). ; 
Ire. 14- ; 



■F3). 
11. E2). 



Bentlo; , 

~, 111. 14-304 (A 
— , N.Y : see To 
—.Okla. 20-58(1 
— , Yorks. 9-416 
— . isl., N.G._: si'i 

—', Great, Ess. 9-4^4" (I vj E3). 

— Manor, N.Y.:" 

Tills. 
Benlicy's MiaceOta 

8-181o; 3-399d. 
Bentli 

Bently, Mich. 18-372 (F6). 



zamide 3-756d. 
zamldine l-855b. 
zebus, Erik 26-217b: 



t action of chlor 



; — amlnoohloramylamine 22* 

ninOTalerlc acid 6-94 2b. 
■butin : see Cellotropin. 
iide : see Benzoyl aBOimida- 



nzoybnethyl ecgoniue : set 
saliein : see Populin, 



ine 18 -92 4c. 



., W. 



ititoak. Mis 



06 (B5). 

(F6). 

<ee Brass. 

18-600 (D2). 



BENTOfJ, THOMAS 

753a. 
Benton, Ala. 1-iflO (03). 



mpounds : see Aran 
upminds. 

azonium bromide 8-1 

azoniuni chloride 8-171a; - 



•ninoucctaldohydeK 
ol 17-321a. 



Benzylidene aminoacetal 22- 

759d. 
— aniline LSiTd i 3-754d. 
Be oUrices worth, Suff. : see 

Bur j- St Edmunds. 
Beograd, Serv. : see Belgrade. 
Bcok:o, Angelo 20-684 c. 
lieorsid, late, Scot. 24-412 

(C3). 
Eearhtrie : tee Berhtnc. 
Beorkhamstede, Herts. - xce. 

Berkhampstead, 



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Berga, William of 22- 



BENJ-BERIG 



, 25-5 4 lb, l-329b 



-, county, Brit-Gui. 12-676o | 

12-6 7 9d ; 12-6 7 6a. 
-, riv., Brit.Gui. 12-675 <C2) ; 

12-6770. 
Berbragger, Adrian l-646d. 



Berceo, Gonzalo 



152 b. 
Beornwnlf (king of Mercia) 

152o. 
BEOTHUK, tribe 3-757d 

Slid; 

and 26- 



'224b. 
j: seeGi 

music) 



767 b. 

■ Bercheliametcde, Herts. 
Berkharapstead. 



~, QDON 3. 



: 454aj Thorftnn 1 
13-928b. 
13-9260. 



Bercbinges, Ess. ; 



Beppu, Jap. I5-160d. 
Bepung, Tib. 6-108 (FA). 
BEQUEST (dictj 3-761b. 
Bequia. isl., W.I. 28-541 (F2) ; 

12-5790. 
Bequildy, Wales 9-428 (V.E3 
Ber, Somlnd. 25-379 (D3). 
— , Turk. : see Karaferia. 
Ber (bot,) 15-5460 ; 25-101a. 
Ber, Kis, Hung. : see Kia-Bej 
Bera, Ala. 1-400 <D2). 
— , India 14-376 (E5>. 
Berach. riy., Indial4-376 (F7). 
Beraohiah (Hebrew author) 13- 



BERCriTA3-767b. 
BERCHTESGADEN (Bereh- 

thosgaden). Ger. 3-767b; 11- 

806 (D5); 24-SSd. 

erchthold (Borehtold) : sec 

Bertold. 
BERCK, _!>,_ 3-J6TO J 10-778 

i. IB- 600 (B2), 

Ha 13- 92 8ft. 
.., „-„g. 3-4(F3>. 
ik, Arpild 13-928a ; 13- 

Bcrda,' riv.. Rubs. 23-874 (I. 



. _ . 1 (PI. IV. : 

— , Jean (1678-1726) 3-76IC. 
Berak el Khiam, Egj-, 4-954 

Berafdl, Honri ! 

Beranbyrlg, Oic 



Bera Njoko, Cong. 11-99 (B2). 

Berar, India : see Hyderabad. 

BERAR, div., India 3-763a 
14-38$ (09); 5-flSlc; Britist 
lease 14-32c; Imad Shah 
dvnanty 14-402c ' set olst 
Central Provinces and Bcrar 

Berard, J. K. 13-140b. 

— , JOSEPH FREDERIC 3 
763d. 

Berardins t 



■rest of, Hants. 9-420 

IS) ; 12-a03b. 

BEREA, Ky. 3-7G7d ; 15-1 

(D3); 1B-743C. 
— , O. 20-26 (G2). 

'■at,, Basu. 3-501d. 
i, hills, Natal 19-252d. 
iCoUoge,Ky.3-767d;10- 



it of Bar 
it of Bar 



Beronguer Rami 



15-401a; 26-1032 
- w. of Alexand 
it) 3-T69C. 
v. ol Antioeh 
i9c ; 20-OlSc 
licce Of Herod I.) 

I. of Ptolemy Au- 

a'.'of Ptolemy III. 
3-769o ; 2-B55a : 
■802a. 
emy VIII, Soter) 

(w, of Ptolemy 



15-5700. 
Gr. 3-7690. 



C5); . 

43id. 

Beresoi, Bum. 23-826 (CD. 
BERESFORD, L O I 

Charles W. ds la Poer 3- 7 7 
— , JOHN3-770C. 
— , John Claudius 3-771a. 

■, Lord John George 2-S62C j 



19-9 
-, J. S. : 



619d. 
Lfieriments i 



_-„-, (1X1.511). 

— , rip. 25-530 (Fl) ; cotton in- 
dustry 3-391b. 

— , Swod. 26-190 (B3). 

Bergadan.Guillemde: see Wil- 
liam of Bergadan. 

Bergaigne, Abel 12-3283. 

Bergama, Turk.Aa. 2-760 (BS): 
see ilsu Pergamum. 

— Chai, riv., Asia M. : see So- 

Bergamaseo, II ; see Castello, 



ision confer- 
a Pergamum, 



lect dictiona 



Bergerie (Bemy Bellean) » 

696c. 
Bergeron, J. 5-778a. 
Bergcrthbrl, pass, Alps 1-7460, 
Berget, Alphonse 6-B93t>. 
Bergfalk, Per Erik 26- 21 3d. 
Berggren, Ur 12-543b ; El* 



18-4 

— , Diehard (painter) 20-5160. 
— , H. S. (zoologist) 5-791b, 

9-31 7d. 
Jlergh, sands of (geol.) 20-82*, 
Bcrghamstyde 28- 6 30a. 
BERGMAUS, HEINRICH » 
"730 i lfl-9S5c. 



— , Nicolaaa ; see Berehem, 

Nioolaas. 
Berghen, niarquis of 19-417d. 
Bergtien, Belg, : see Monfl. 
BergholK, O. 20-26 (14). 



— , WILLIAM CARR BERES 
ford, viscount 3-77Ia. 

and Waterford, marqueasc; 

Dak.25-50fi_(I4). 



il,N.S.W.19-538(El). 
it 27-630d ; 20-27a ' 
a(tablo);9-303d. 
frel.) 3-3940. 
tv.Cst. 11-204 (D6). 
its., Hung. 3-i<K4); 



.1-460 (A3). 
... ._ ... phor i see Ber- 

BERGAMOT, OIL OF 3-772b ; 
21-I41c;5-437a. 

Bergander : see Bheld-drake. 

Bcrgans (god) 4-5 6 6a. 

Berjcantes, rlv., Bp. 2S-5S0 
(E2);S-472d. 

Bergantin, mt, Venez. 5-337o. 

Bcrgaptone 3- 772c. 

Bergasse, Nicolas 3-590c. 

Bcrgavcnny, Mon. ! see Aber- 
gavenny. 

Bfrgavenny, barony ana 
inisateof rseeAbcrgavi 



BERGEDORF, Got. 3-772c 

11-808 (B2). 
BcrgeU, yal„ Swita. : see Bre 

Borgen, Karl August von !■ 



mS) ; battle (1759) W- 

-"."Ovi. (KUgen) 11-S08 (Dl) 

23-S22b. 
-, HoH. (Limbing) 13-58S 

(D3). 
-, Boll. (North HolL) J3-58t 

(B2); 1.686c. 
" ' "- -"T(B2);lS-331d. 
3-77? "" ""' 

. _»-807d: 

population 19- i 



Bcregb, Mikloa 



of ] 



BERAT,Titrk.3-J64a: Z7-426 

(A3). 
Berait, dir., Bor. 4-257 (C2). 
BER A UN (Beraunka), Ans. 3- 



BERBER, Snd. 3-7641); 26-9 



25-379 (D2); 

Berbori : see EanurL 
Berheria. isl., P.R. 22-124 (B2). 
Berberidaoeae 3-S86c. 
Berbcrin : see Nubians. 
BERBERINE 3-764c; 1-eSfe; 

8-746d. 
Bcrbcris : see Barberry. 
Berberli, Hussein Aga : see 

Hosain Aga Berberli. 
Bprberonic aoid 22-69 la. 
BERBERS 3-764d: l-359d ; 



Galantha, Miklbs. 
Beregoniinn.Scot. 2a-149d. 
Bcregazasz, Hung. 3-4 (H2). 
BereRamptoo, Backs. 4-729a- 
erohan (sultan of Rahelta) 
15-7ao; 15-72c. 
creke (khan) 18-7 17b J 23 
893b. 
Berekoh (Cireasalan) 9-lOld. 
Bereket, mta., Syr. 26-3 06a. 
BEREKH1AH NAQDAN 3 

767d. 
Berel, Klooier, Kuss.As. l-758d. 
".eronda Creek, riv,, N.Mer. 
19-520 (C5). 
lore n do. Cal. S-8 (C3). 
ierendtio ll-526b. 
loreneek's tnberonlln ? 
Tuberciilin of Berenock, 

Berongaria (queen of Castile) 

25-S45a;25-371b. 
(queen of England) 23-29Sb; 

16-4 09a. 
_ irengarlans (rol.) 3-768d. 
Berenifarin, jacopo 1-92 

27-026d. 
BERENGAHIUS 3-76Ba ; Hier- 

— '•-"-al doctrine opposed ™ 
and Lanfranc 18- 1 7 1 

alist theories 6-3411 

Beronger *■■■■■ * ~ 



see Brest- 
i see Brest- 



Beretty6, oanal. Hang. M 

— , fly.', Hnng. 3-4 (H3). 

— Ulfaln. Hung. 3-4 (G3). 

Berezina, canal, Huss. 23-87 
(C5) ; 8-349b ; 2S-146d. 

BEREZINA, riv., Rnss. (tril 
of Dnieper) 3-J71c; 23-87 
(OS); 18-555d; 9-909 

— , riv., liuss. (trib. of Niemei 
23-872 (05); 28-8Sd. 

BEREZOV (Berozof). Buss.A 
3-773A; 26-10 (B2) ; 21 
1042d;20-3S«c. 

— , ostuary, Hnss. 8-738c. 

8EHEZOVSK, Russ. 3-771d. 

— , dist., Kuss. 3-771d. 

Berg, Abbot 14-239b. 

—, Christian 19.S17a, 

— , Clau? 20- 2 b. 

— , Emil2-31Hd. 

— , Feodor 23-9I8C 



_-7B0d. 
— (of Carpi) : a 






— , Swed. 19-800 (C3). 
— , oanal, Swed. 27-30Ia. 

Il-8'34,'ll-l56 (maps) 



Berber (Ian- 
; Sergi'a classi- . 
93o j in Spain 



. :seeDrakens- 



BERGK, THEOD0R 3-773d. 
BEBGLER, STEPHAN 3-774» 
BergKot (BjomEOn)4-17b. 
BerKlund, Emu 6-60td. 
BERGMAN, TORBERN 0LOJ 
"774b^ 6-47d; ll-622ai 



BERGEN, Nor. 3-772C ; 19-8' 



If-' ' 



.. .. ... ,.4tnct 

12-92 Aa ; drunkenness — 
587b ; Dntoh fleet attacked 
by British (1605) 8-730d, 24- 
142d; fire (1702) 10- ,n " J - 
mica-HchistH 24-327d. 
Brown «"ra^ -^ ^.a. 19 _ 5es 

— uo'.l N.J. 19-502 (A-BS and 

D-B2). 
Berg-en-Dal, Holl. 19-689a. 
BereendaL val., S.Af. IB 

'tattle (1900); ee 

ltast (S.Af.). 

„_. = , N.J. 19-502 (I 

Bergen Hill, N.J. 15-331b. 
Bergenhns, fort. Nor. 3-772d. 
Bergcnbus, North, oo., Nor.19 

804 (A-B2) ; 19-803a. 
-— , South, CO., Nor. 19-804 

19- 8 03a (bible). 



alum 1-766S ; bismuth 4-9c ; 
cbemical action 6-28b J 
Italian translation 8-3B2o j 
metals grouped 6-60d ; sym- 
bols in chemistry B-36b. 

Bergmann, Anton 10-48 5 d, 

— , E. B. von 2-49a. 

—, F. W.'JS. Julius 16-886b. 

' ." ?„ 1 ?:?""' 

B kf)! e ' 1 
Bcrgb, Fin. 23-872 (B3). 
Bergoing, Francois 12-SOc, 
Borgolino faction 21-8450. 
Bergomask ; see Bergamask. 



Bergqrai'a, Swed. 26-180 

(C-U3), 
Bereri, Arm. 2-565 (D2). 
BERGSCHRUND 3-7710 ; 18- 

S38b. 
Bergsfjord, fjord. Nor. 19-801 

(EI). 
Borg Sion, morjasteiT, Swite. 

Borgsjo, Swed. 18-800 (D3), 
BercsSe, Velhclm 8-43d. 
Bcrgson, Henri 14-286b ; 28- 

651d. 
.icreatftaa, Ans. 3-4 (C2). 
Betguen, Ludwig van s, set 

IS,' Fr. 3-774o; 10- 

1). _ 

— Saint- Winoo, Fr, I set 

BcrgueH. 
Bergimi, Holl. 13-588 (CD. 
'icrgumcr Meer, lake, HolL 13- 

588 (CI). 
3ergfiij, SwIU. 26-342 (H3) j 

1-513C, 
3ergushct, mta., Cauo. B- 

547a, 
—, riv., Cauo. 23-874 (II. E4). 
Bergusinm, Fr, : see Bourgoln. 



BERHAMPUR, India (Bengal) 
3-774c; 14-376 (M-N7): 
Cossimhazar 7-218d; Jlntiny 

BERHAMPUR, India 1 (Mftdraal 
3-774d ; 14-382 (L10). 



1020o:siese(ia22)2( 

stormed bv Marshfl_ 

(1747)3-43b. 
-Point, N.J, 19-502 (B2); 3- 

558d. 
ergentheim, Holl. 13-588 

<D2). 

eiger, H. G. 9-068a. 
CTir^r. Mo. 18-608 (F3). 

inien de Cyrano : 



Bergei-ac. 

seeCyr _ 

BERGEHAC, Fr. 3-773=; 10- 

778 (E5); oaotured by 1 

French (1377) 9-507b ;Peoee 

(1577) 10-831b. 
Bereerat, F.. 11-5370. 
Bergec de Xivrey 3-759! 
Borgfires, Fr. 19-2S2 (m„ r ,. 
Bergeria Australe ; see Lepi- 

dodendron Australe, 



Berhtrio (Wessei king) 28- 

534d; 9-468b; buried at 

Wareham 28-323d. 
Bcrhtwald (the thane) : seal 

24-540b. 
Berhtwutf (Mercian king) 18> 

152c. 
Beri, India 14-376 (H-I7). 



BERI-BESA 

Berlghem, NIcclaas : tee Ber- 

chem, NicolaaB. 
Berigonium, Hoot. : tee Rerl- 

BERING, VITUS 3-775b ; 21- 
U43c; Aleutian islands dis- 
covered 1.544c; Arctio ex- 
plorations ll-629d. 

BeriiiR, cape, Russ.As, 23-10 
(02). 

BERING (Avateha), lei., Bering 
Sea 3-775o . 3-775 (map). 
~ •" 3-775d; 
9-9 7 4b 



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Pac.O. 



fishery: 



S-13a. 



— , Bunt, Bering; Sea, 
775d; 3-775 (map); __ 
938c; 2S-12d; exploration 
(1825>3.G4Gd. 

BERING SEA ARBITRATION 
3-77Ga; 5-16ia; ' ' ■ 
19i208c. 19-434C 

BEHIOT, CHARLES AUGTJSTE 
de3-777b; marriage 17-4 8 9a. 

Beris,Egy.3-40(E3):15-772a. 



Rerisli 



Bus 



Eprinsw 24- 2 62 b. 
~. Got. (on the Werra) 11-808 

on. on). 

Borkai : see Bereke. 
Rerkat (sultan) 4-681d. 
Bcrkfi : are Bereke. 
Berkelleld filter 28- 405 d. 
Berkel, riy., HolL 13-588 (D2) ; 

lesse, disk, GIob. : 



13-5> 
Berkek 



— , GEORGE 3-779b ; 9-835c ■ 
2S-1057a; association o] 
ideas 2-7Sld; calculus 14- 
543a; Collier 6-G88b ; ideal- 
is in 14- 282b, 18-239C ; Locke 
lS-S50d ;loeicl6-008a ;tisy 
choices- 22-548b ; theism 
28-T53d ; time (psychol.) 22- 
578b. 
- ~ - add 3- 



—.Sir George G 
779a ; 12-91 8a. 

— , James Berkeley, 
77Sb;13-338d, 



r. lord of 3- 
Whittiugten, 



— , John(d. 1822)2S-119s 
—.Sir John (d. 1678) : 
Berkeley (of Stratten), . _._ 

— , John of" Berkeley, 3rd lord 

(d. 1697) 4-500o. 
— . Maurice Frederick Fits- 

hardinge : see Fitzhardiugo 

of Bristol, Maurice F. F. 

Berkeley, baron. 
— , Maurice of Berkeley, lord 

of (fl, 1361) 3-778a ; 15-859c. 
— . MILES JOSEPH 3-781a; 

— , Norborne, Lord Botetourt : 
see Boteteurt, Norborue 
Berkeley, Lord. 

— , flandal Thomas Morelon, 
Berkeley, 8th earl of3-779t 



25-37 5a. 
— , Sir Hobert (d. 1858) 3- 

779a ; 6-67 6a. 
—.Robert Fitzhardii 

of [d. 1170/1)4-581 
Berkeley (of atratton 

3-779a. 






-(of Sir 
1st bat 



tton). John: 

in 6-676b ; 21-8, 






859a. 

-, Thomas of Berkeley 
of (d. 1361) 3-778a 



-,8!r William (d. 166S) B- 



,to of Berkcli 



°„S"FSS, 



i of Berkeley, lord 



1ERKELEY, Cal. 3-781o ; 
(B3); 24- 146a ; obscrva 
19-9590 ; Unitarian T 
logical School 27-59 Oc. 



420(111. 03); castle 3-7' 
— , K.I. 7.-G27b. 
— , W.Va. 28-560 (E-F2), 
— , bay, E.Af. 28-40a. 
— , canal, GIob. 9-120 { 

03); 84-7233: 12-134U. 



13-3 9 9. 
-, Little, 
3-782a. 



3. 25-500 (D-F.3). 



3-782a; 16-942 (El) 
rcastle 3-782a. 
Herts. 16-942 <D1) 



Berkley, Mass. 17-852 (E3) : 



-, Henry Bo 
earl of: se 
Bowes Hov 



BERKSHIRE, THOMA 
Howard, 1st earl of 3-782b 

Berkshire Conn. 6-952 (C4). 

— , Vt. 19-490 (B2). 

BERKSHIRE (Berrocsclr), co 
Eng. 3-782o; 9-420 (II] 
E3); 16-912 (A,'i) ; . Yikin 

— , hills, Mass. i-853a. B ' 

— and Wiltshire Canal 26 

— Co.,'Mass. 17-85S <A2). 



berlAd, Ru 

— (Berladu), 



Berieburg, Ger. 11-808 (B3). 

Berltpscn?' August, ' Freiher 

von 3- 6 3 Id. 
— von Valendas, ITans E 

20-512a. 
Berlevaag, Nor. 19-800 (Gl). 
BERLICHINGEN, GOETZ 

(Gottfried) von 3- 7 Sic. 
BERLIN, ISAIA1 



— , Cape Col. lS-822d. 

BERLIN,' Ger. 3-785a; 
(map); 11-808 (D2) 
demy : sec Akadcc 



19-67b; II- 699a 
lal gallery 2-B71a, 20 
: newspapers 19-5?9b 



(1348) i 



5-757b ; Bealschulen8-966d; 
Reichstagsgobiiudo 3-7SGd, 
2-442e. 2-428 (PL IS.); 
riot (1848) ll-806b: Royal 
" ' " 428c (flg.J ; siego 
867c; etate-loan 
.:5c; treaty {1850) 
24-337d; treaty (1866) 3- 
550o; treaty (18S5)19-443a 
university 3-7870, 27-767a 
ll-823a (Table) ; veterinarj 
school 28-3d ; zoologies 
gardens 2S-1019d. 

BERLIN, N.H. 3-791.0. 

— , III. 14-304 (C4). 

—, Mass. . 17-853 (D2) ; 17- 
740d. 

— , Md. 17-828 (U). 

—.Mich. 1S-372 (E6). 



— , N.H 

— , K.J. 
— , N.Y. 



. 19-490 (E3)J 
19-502 (CO. 



— , Oreg. 20-242 (C3). 
— , Pa. 21-10B (EB). 
— , Vt. 19-400 <B3); 27-1026d. 
— , Wash. 2B-S54 (Da). 
— , Wis. 2B-740(D-E5). 
— , mt., Mass. and N.Y. fron- 
tier 17-852 (Al). 
— , East, Conn. 6-953 {D3). 
— , East, Pa. 21-106 (11-16). 
— , Wo6t,Can.l9-S3r IT!1 31 
— , Weat, Mass. 17- 



Berlin < 



(C4). 



n.j. ia-5 

,t): seel 

arriagc) 3-70 Id. 
■ (1885): see Borlia 



eana4-782b; French hi 
tnde 10-8950: GorehaS 
12-347b ; Italian attiti 
lS-flBc; Macedonia 17-2K] 
Montenegro 18-773a; I 
mania 23-840b j Scrvla i 
G93o. 
- Decree (1806) 19-203a; i 

lerliner, Emlle 21-4673 j : 



Berlin Heights, Ohio 



19-80d;22-426d;i 



: oratorio 20-16ad. 
'., "India 4 -79 7c. 



(CD; 17-460a. 



; 12-342a. 



991d. 



l-962d. 
- '63 (F.2); 
■788b; 2- 

(Dl) J 3- 

JSdward de 3- 

— , John de (earl of Louth, 
d. 1338): see Louth. 

fl. 1432) 2S-B28b. 
— , Myler de Z-831b, 
— . William do 3-987c. 
Bermlos (Bermiiia), rats.. Turk. 

27-426 (B-C3) ■ 12-440 (Al) ; 



Bernara (of SaiB-Welmar) I 



26-980b. 
_ 12-376b; 12-37'.-. 
idred, Va. 28-118 (E3). 
"DAS (Soniers). ials., 

3-793c; 18-762 (N6); 



Bermiidej. port, 
BERMUDEZ, sta 

794 ; abolished (1909) 27- 

990b. 
Bermudian, Pa. 21-106 (H-I5). 

— Cioek, riv.. Pa. 21-106 
(H5-I6). 

Bcrmudo I. and II. (Spanish 
kings) 23-569d foil. 

— III. (Spanish king) 2S-570b; 
23-543C 



-III. (of Saxony) 24-2 69a j 

- I. (of Toulouse) 27-101h. 

- II. (of Toulouse) 27-101b. 

- (do Tromolai) ; see TremelaL 
Bernard de. 

- (abbot of Aqnao Silviaa) 1 
see Eugenius lit. 

- (archbp. of Tolodo) l-T34o. 

- (bishop of Pa via) 5-1970. 

. — (bishop of St Davids) 28- 
263a;1s-357a. 

— (monastic writer) 27-318&. 

— (monk) 21 -608a, 

— , CHARLES DE (1804-1850) 
3-798b; ll-148b. ■ 
"* '•'""' -"-■ - 1.926a; 

27-929bl 



on Curare 21-3 
28-164a; ely< 



:e (1405) 10-401d : 



7-713d; Tivisectioa 28- 
158d. 
- Sir Francis (1711-1779) 3- 
799b; 27-6 7 3d; lB^939e. 
— ,Gentllll-l:!5b. 
— , JACQUES 3-708d. 
— , MODNTAGUE 3-799a. 
■"■ ■ - ■dl-440d: 25-283a. 
1 1 tee Bernhardt, 



Bernard, cape. Reunion, Ind.O. 

17-871 (Bo). 
Bernardakes, DemetrloB 12- 



, 20-OlOb ; 
^treaty 9- 



[uidius II. (of Cecvia) 21- 



Bernardi : 

Jiernardini, 

acid 11 -i 

Bernardino 

Bernardino, valley, Ariz. 2-544 

(D4J. 
BERNARDIN OP SIENA, ST 

3-799c; 22-261o: S-3250. 






1, Jlex. : 



lornalillo, N.Mes. 19-520 (D2). 

- Co., N.Mos. 19-520 (D2). 

lernam, riv., Mal.Pon. 17-473 
<'B5); 17-179a: 17-17Id. 

1ERNARD, ST (abbot of Giai 
vaus) 3-79Sa; 2O-095d ; 
Abolard l-41b ; Arnold of 
Brescia 2-6^12o ; ch " 
theory 5-875C ; Cister, 



t Hildegard 13- 
plars 26-591C 
bp. of Vienne) 



Bornardeville, N_T. 19-502 

<C2). 
Bemart of Ventadour 27-309b; 

22-49 7b. 
Bornatzik (painter) 20-513b. 
BERNAUER, AGNES 3-7 DDo, 
Bernaville, Fr. 10-778 (Fl). 
BERNAY, Fr. 3-799dj 10-778 

(E3); Graeeo-Roman dia= 

coveries 21- 7 94a, 23- 108 b. 
Bernays, Hakham : set Ber- 



— , MICHAEL 3-80 0a. 

— , Dr: onDeadSea7-B79a. 

BERNBURG,Ger.3-8Q0bj 11- 



808(03). 

O t, Urg# huUBC Ui > 1KB .ail- 

>Bernburg. 

asUer Doctor (wine) 3- 

estre, Oson. : see Bices- 

Beine^Ind. 1WM (H3). 



-, Switi 



^•Ber' 



? CHARTRES) 3-7: 
mation doctrine 10- 
ilaaticism 24-3i0d. 



l-186d; 
rch) 4- 484a ; 



LO-Moiningen) 24- 



243 (H2). 
Bernera, isle., Scot. 24-412 

(Bl): 16-5250. 
— , Great, lsl., Scot. I see Great 

Eemeray, lsl.. Bans, Is., Soot. 

24-413 (A3). 
— , isl., Hebr-des. Scot. 24-412 

(A2) ; lighthouse 3-426d. 
Borner Obecland, dish, Switz. I 

BERNERS, 

L 3-80 

„-_LIAN/.- 

Bernera Itoding, Eaa. 16-942 

Bernese Jura, dist 



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BERTHIER, LOUIS ALEX- 

" (o[Neucliatel)3-Blld; 
ian War 19-217d; 
bord 6-823c •■ French 



Bernhaxd, Carl : see Saint- 
Aubaiu, A. N. de. 

BERNHARD OF SAXE-WEI- 
mar(1601-lfi39)3-S01b; 11- 
858d; Franeonia ll-loo ; 



«en. hattlel9-742a; Thirty : 
Years' war 26-855<; 
— ofSaxe-Weiinar(i; 
6-040c; Waterloo) 

BERNHARDT, SA] 

SOlc; 23-751a. 
BERNHAHDY, GOTTFRIED J 

Hippol)-tel4-203a; 



ernuy HdteL Toulouse 2- 

eruville. Marie -Catherine 
Jumel do; see Aulnoy, 

ernville, Fa.'21-10B (KS). 
ernward (bishop) 13-462b ; 
bronze-workl8-211a; niello 
work 19-67 Od. 
_erny. Mine de 3-299a. 
Berodach-baladan : ace Mero- 

dach-baludan. 
Beroe, Bulg. : sec stare. Zagora. 



26- 19a. 
Benihem, B 



Jg. 3-6 



,'P 1 '- 



NCESCO 3-802b ; 
nin 18-188ti. 



— , l>a. 21-106 (K:l). 

Bernico Pauahi Bisli 

rum 13-660a; 19-( 

BERNICIA, kingdom 



ierry an Bac Fr. 1B-232 

ierry-boaring Alder : 
Blacic Alder (Rhamnus 
gull). 
Berrvburg, W.Va. 28-360 

,, j crab-apple ll-208d 

!■ Creek, riv.. Can. i 



; 8-134d 
y, N.S.W. 



pepper. 
. 9-4:10 

26-278 



;le goose; ee.c Bernac 

s. Mo. 18-608 (Gi). 
Br.StaniBlasLoiii*2-442 
er, is].. Austr. 2-960 (A< 
erdeNivelle»as.60d. 
Vormandois 22-89Sh. 
11a, int., Alps 26-212 (H4); 
i5a; l-740a. 
iss, Alps 26-242 (14) ; 1- 



Beroul (Norman writer) 27- 

204a; 2-320. 
Ecrquen, Ludwig van 16-199a; 

8-1590. 
Bcrquin, Louis de!7-81di 13- 

Berrafmt., Swite. 26-243 (03); 

ll-212d. 
Berro, Fr. 10-778 (OB). 
— , Etang de, lake, Fr. 10-778 

(08) ; 4-312d. 
Ber Reshid, Mor. 18*851 (D2) 



: see Stara Zagora 
^Buro)28-io'la. 
isl„ N.Y. 19-596 

Sah. 19-1450. 

ngro'up, 7-416b; 19- 
idred, War. 
19-338 (Efl) 
" ""'"(El); 



tick. 28-343a, 



castle 4- Oil Or. 



1-412 



669c ; 14-296d. 



:, KelB. ; geology 
'■ ""3d. 

, Gee 3-89 

Berno (abbot) l-15c; 6-569b. 
Bernolak, A. 26-f ■ " 
BERNOULLI (fan 



is 14-542a ; perpc 
1 device 21-1! 
msofl9-590b; tj 
rv27-272c. 

-180T) 3-8i 



iw, Wales 9-428 (V. J)2) 

ran, ' N.S.W. 19-53 

34). 

lis, int., N.Mes. 19-52 



Berros, Cal. B-8 
Berrow, hill, 

821d 
BemwS JVorcei 

563d. 
Berruguete, All 

2-416d: 24-5 
Borry, Charles, 

1472) 3-809d 



r Journal 19- 
zo 24-498a 



tables 26- 3 2 8b. 



Bernstadt. Ey. 15-710 (D3). 
Bernstamin, Leopold 24-fll Sit. 
BERNSTEIN, AARON 3-805d. 
— , Eduerd 25-305C. 
— . Elsa ll-J99a. 
— , Henri 8-533d. 
—, Julius 27-935d. 
Berustone : see Brimstone. 
Ucriistorff, Andreas Gottlieb 3- 

807 b. 
BERNSTORFF, ANDF 



Beruthset], August l-155a j 
Bern'ulf (bishop) 13-BOBd. 



Bcrrysburg, Pa. 21-106 (T4). 
Kerry's transformer 87-17 is 
Berryvllle, Ark. 2-552 (Bl). 
— , Va. 28-118 JD-F.l). 
Borry'-WhlUj, J. (surgeon) 8- 

IJ60. . 
Bersagllerl (troops) 15-210 ; 

— il'America (fiooiety) 13*49d. 
BERSERKER 3-810b. 
~ serksgangr 28-GOb. 

sha, el, Egv. 9-J0d; 9-821i. 
Bershaush laslron.) : see Pcr- 

a,' India 14-376 (G8). 
mis. Can. 22-724 (C2). 
r., Can. 22-724 (C'2). 
>n, Arthur l*267d! 18- 



BERTANf, AGOSTINO 3-8100. 
BERTAT, tribe 3-810.1. 
BERTAUT, JEAN 3-811a ; 11- 



Jacnui 
1ERTH 



is (Adenes) 1- 
! see Bretel, 



BERTH (diet.) 3-8 



Bin is 23-:)99c. 



ucon'ol Italy) 1-1881). 
neen of Kent) l-289b 



! o[ Tuscany) 

fid. 

552 (B2). 



Bertha 



—, JOHN, duke of 3-809a ; 21- 

386c ; Auyergne 3-4!)d ; 

Gaston de Voix 10-59M ; 

Lausroednc 10-821d : Poit — 

21.898a. 
— , Marie Caroline Ferdinar 

Lnniae, diinheas of 3-S08 

3-8IO11; 4-332c. 
— , CHARLES ALBERT 3- 

— , lleiiryl2-172a. 

— , Mary 28- 2 8 9b. 

— (Lieutenant) 21-9490. 

Berry. Ala. 1-460 (B2). 

— , Cal. 5-3 (El). 

— , Ga. 11-752 (A2). 

-,Kv. 15-740 (D2). 

— , N.S.W. 19-538 (F4). 

— , canal, Fr. 10-778 (F4) ; 10- 
786b. 

— , hoad. Can. 19-831 (B2). 

— , bead, Bot. 9-130 (VI. F; 

— , hoad, Scot. 24-412 (FI). 

— , l*ls., W.I. 28-541 (Bl). 
■ BERRY, prov., IT. 3-809b ; 
10-778 (E-F4); If """ 
(hisL map) j duo d'AIi 



e (ol Thuringia) 22- 
(mayor of palace) 10> 
ied 12-730o. 



!rt.ie,Robert, lord WillonKhby 
(de Kresby), earl of Llndser " 

3™je, La. S 17-54 (1,7). 

-, mt., W.A11S. 2-960 (D3). 



BERTIN (family) 3-813a. 
""enri lO-OOSc. 
011I3 Francois 3-813a: 10- 



BERI-BESA 



artrand-Thlel proceaB 14» 
823b. 
BERTRICH, Got. 3-814aS 11« 
"IS (A3) ; 28-188U. 
as.. Gamer. S-110 (B3). 

•iv., Bor. 4-25T (C2). 
laghla, Alg. 1-643 (Bl). 
lfjiirdr. Ice. 14-228 (D2>j 
iulandite 13-4161): scol. 
" '*-40Td; Btilbite 25- 



iERWICK, JAMES FITZ- 
james, duke of 3-814o; 10< 
84(id ; 24-454b ; 25-694o» 



: John od 
see Procter, Ado- 



lerwlck. Can. 19-831 (B2). 

-, la. 14-732 <D3). 

-, 111. 14-301 (B3). 

-, Ean. 1S-654 (GI), 

-, La. 17-54 (a7J. 

-, Me. 17-4" ' " rf " 

-, N.Dak. • 

-(UPON 

thumb. 3-8160 ; , 
El)i bounds 3-817o 



— , Fa. 21-106 (16). 

-, Pa. 21-106 (KS). 

-, Vict. 28-38 (El). 
— (St John), Wilts. 9- 

C5). 



. 21-93 



10-778 
BERTINORO, OBADrAH 3- 



"aiCb" 13-17 5 c! 
BERTINORO, It. 3-S13b; IS- 

4(D2). 
Bcctlri, trlbo 25-380b. 
Hertkan, Ph. 2-29 2b. 
Bcrtof, pass, Alps l-743c. 
Bertoia I. (of Carinthla) 26' 
498a:2B-950b. 

— (OF MAINZ) 3-8131.. 

— (VONREGENSBURG)("thi 

14-500d; 82-364c[ sermon; 
22.455c. 

— I. (of Ziili 
Hertoldl. (o_ 

— II. (of Zahringen) 2 
26.176c. 

— III. (of ZLifcrlHsen) 11 -93a. 

— IV. &>f Zahringen) 2B-050e. 

— V. (of ZJheingen) 28-950cr 



Bertrade (queen of the Franks) 

Bertrashboy, bay. Ire. 14-74* 

(A3). 
BERTRAM.CHARLES a- 



inthia). 



Tyndalc's Bible 3-808d. 
Berthelier, Phiiibert ll-590a. 
Berthella 11-52 2o. 
BERTHELOT, MARCELLIN 

Pierre Eugene 3-61 lb : 10- 



naplithaleno 6-58a : nitro- 
cen flsation 3-164c, 21- 
550a; petroleum oriel n 21- 
318d; thcrmo -chemistry 26- 



lertramiidae 9-389a. 
Icrtran de Born 27-309b. 
lertrand, St 4-Olc- 

qutfort, Bertrund'de. 
-f.le Comminges), St 23- 
1018a. 

' of Toulouse) 27- 



3- 



S15a; 24-4J2 (F4). 
Berwick, Treaty of 5-907d. 
llerwiiid. Colo. 6-722 (Fl). 
— , W.Va. 28-560 (FA). 
Berwinsdale, Pa. 21-106 (E4). 
Eerwyn, Okia. 20-58 (D3). 
— , Pa. 21-106 (E7). 
— , nits., Wales 9-428 (V. E2> : 

8-18a:28-259b. 
— , riv.. Waled 8-18a. 
Bervcidse 26-5450 ; 10-482d 1 

26-544d. 
Bcryciformes 26-545C 
Beryl, Ark. 2-552 (C21. 
— , Utah 27-814 (A5). 



W.Va. 28-5 



ll-a60d 



; 16-179d. 
tandro 14- 2 02b. 






27-902c; tables 26-3H 



382d; 

27-90~ 
~, Loui 
— , Marcel B-;ll2b ; B-fillb. 
— (de Molleville). Autoi 

Francois ll-150b. 
Bertrand, Mo. 18-fi08 (Gfl). 
— , Ken. 19-324 (El). 
_, is!., N.G. 19-487 (Dl). 
Bertrandlte7-578d. 

lo la Broccjulere, 



2-623a 



'a prism 21.937d. 



(1)2). 

in f 1 t ■■ ■-■■ ' I"- "■ 

586b (fig.): 6-461b; ehryso- 

beryl 6-320i 

6-3200: col 

orystalnnofoi . 
BERYLLIUM (gluchram) 3. 

817d; 6-15o ; 12-138b t 

atomioheat6-67d. 
BERYLLONITE 3-818o. 
iicrvllns (of Bostra) l-213a( 

18-6S6C. 



BERZELIUS, JONS JAKOB 3- 

6-fila'; arsenic, aton.fo weight 
2-652b; atomio theory 2- 
873b; cerium 5-76Ib;cliemi. 
cal proportions theory 8- 
658a: Dulong and I'etit'a 



organic radicals 6-48b ; p 
tassium carbide 1-138. 
symboUsm 6-36b ; tantahi 
26-401a ; type and nuoio 



;o iJemi 



8-47 d. 



."242 (I4). 
jjerzosn, ou. »-i«.0 (112). 
Bcrzsenyi, Daniel 13-928d. 
BES (myth.) 3-S19a : 5-709C 
Bca (measure) 2-7l:)b. 
Besa, Eer- ! see Antinoe. 
BcsalD, St : see Benigne. 9t. 
Besalu, count^iip 23-780b. 
Besan, Pal. : see Scythopolis. 
Besaneon (scientist) l-26Jd. 
— , Alberto of: see Alberic ol 



ST) ll*811d 
i'dl Philip 



BESA-B1A 



3S7a; Soman capture (a. 

355) 2i-658d; unirersi 

10-7 9 7 d. 
Besant, Annie 28-7 90b ; 

373c. 
~, SIR WALTER 3-820IJ. 



BESENVAL DE BRONSTATT, 

Pierre Victor 3 -820c. 



— al-Kaaaim 8^6050, 
Beshit, Pal. 20-602 (B5). 
Beslilik (coin) 27-44 1 1>. 
Beshoar, Colo. 6-T22 (F4). 
Boshparinak Dagh, nit., Turk. 
ab. 2-760 (B4): see also 



U.Arch. 17-46G 



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Besigtieitn, Got. 



ice olUcer) 11 
Hung. S-3B3b. 



»W, BERNHARD VON, 

n 3-820d. 

, Russ. 23-874(11.1)2): 



Beanie, Charles Dial 

683c. 
Kesiia^ar, India 14-624e. 
BESNARD, P 



>, PAUL ALBERT 3. 



BESOM (diet.) 3-82 la. 

Be sos, riv., Sp. 25-530 {G21. 

Be*redka (physician) 24-304o 



573a; SmyrnaeuB MS. 22- 
BESSBOROUGH, EARLS OF 



William 
44 (E2), 



Bessel (diplomat) S-301a. 

— . FRIEDRICH W1LHELM 

3-S22b ; eclipses 8-S94o ; 

equation 25-656d ; goodes? 

ll-608b ; heliomeler 13- 

224d: Konigsberi 

789b; 






s 26 -335b; 
aent 26-9S6C; 
Uranus 19- 3 8 6b. 
Beasel, bay. Green. 12-543 

BESSEL FUNCTION 3-822o ; 

2S-335b: 25-656c. 
BESSEMER, SIR HENRY 3- 

823a; 17-242a. 
BESSEMER, Ala. 3-S23oi 1- 

460 (B2>. _ 

—', Mich. 18-372 (B-i). 
— , N.CJ9-772 (A2). 



'a. 21-106 



U 



ei, George 13-926b. 
rohannvon«-780b. 
ni (Ad Majores), Alg. 

i' th' Barn, Lanes. 16- 



Bessey, Charles Edwin 19- 

329c 
Beasho, _,..._.,. _. ...... 

Beasi, trite 3-821c ; 17-110d ; 

24- 2 3 0b. 
Besaie, Okla. 20-58 (B-C2). 
BessLeres, Bertrand, baron 

82 4b 



-.JEAN BAPTISTE, 3-823d ; 
Eylau 10-101b ; Peninsular 
™r 21-90o ; Wagraro. 28 

aaio Tift College, Forsyth 

sain, diet., Fr. 10-776 (C2) 



Messier, Jean E. E. : 
Bess of Hardwk 



iitty 



Gustavo 27- 8 7 5c. 

* - 7-173b; trumpc 

7 c. 

cau, Pierre 5-920c. 



y Bell, Ire. 14-744 (D2). 



t, Holl. 13-588 (C3). 






22-821b. 



' (loo 



■17a. 



BEST1A, LUCIUS CALPUR- 

— , LUCIUS* 1 ^ CALPURNIUS 

(tribune) 3-8 2 4c. 
Bestiaril ll-44Sd. 
Bestiary (Thauri) ll-117a. 
Jlettiarit, The ; see Physiolc 

' 919a. 

i u ■ 
--said. • 



—.MIKHAIL 

;ouut 3-826 



PETROVICH, 



y, Java 

lit, riv., Mal.Penin. 17-473 
:4): 17-471d. 
wick, Onl. 5-8 (Bl). 

ze, 'Theodore di 

(13); 27-2: 

[ung. 3-4 (i'2): 13- 

fung"3-V(I3). 



:z). Hung. 



■a (lett> 



:e Bet a: 






BETAINE3-827c; l-686». 
Betancurla, Can. is. r seeSant 

Maria de Betaneuria. 
BET AND BETTING 3- 82 6b. 
" ■" nzos, Sp. 25-530 (A-Bl). 
ratsv. Mud. 17-271 (B4). 



■788b; ape 
BETEL NUT 3-8 



Betete, Hen. 11-204 (A2). 
Bet Flint 13- 8 Dud. 
Beth (letter) 3-87b. 
Botha, riv., Arab, 2- 

(H4). 
Bcthabara (Bethany), Pal. 

802 (D3>. 

ith 'AbhS, Turk.Aa. (Mo 



IcthaniB, Ger.S.W.Af. 25 

(B3). 
tcthany, Ala. 1-460 (A2). 

-, cal. 5-8 «;;;). 

-, Ger.8.W.Af. 25-466 (C6) ; 

-, 111. 14-304 (DI). 



l. 17-5 



(AD. 



, 18-000 (Dl). 

— , Mo. 18-608 (B-Cl). 
— , Neb. 19-324 (H4). 
— , N.Y. 19-51)6(153). 



Beth Arainaya, Syr. ; see Sur- 

Betb. Arbayo, diet., Turk. As. 

18-lSld. 
Bcth-Arbel, Pal. : see Arbola. 
Betliayres, ra. 21-106 (M7). 
Bethc, Captain 15-Sdld. 
— (phy Biologist) 19-47b. 
— , A. (naturalist) 2-SSa, 
BeUiel, Alsk. 1-472 (E3). 
— , Ark. 2-532 (E2). 
— , Conn. 6-953 (B4). * 



-, Ky. 15-710 (E2). 
-, Me. 17-434 (B4). 
-, Mich. 18-3 J 2 (ES). 
-, Minn. 18-nSO (D5). 
-,Mo. 18-608 (D-E2); 



25-4H6 (16) J 27- 

KHB4); 27-1026d. 

740 (C4V 

-, Va. 28-118 (E2). 



BETHENCOURT, JEAN DE 3- 

823c; S-174C. 
Betlier. Pal. : see Bittir. 
Bothcrsden, Kent 9-424 {IV. 

D4); marble 2-732a: see 

BethesdiL Colo. 6-122 <E2). 

— , Md. 17-S28 (C3). 

— . 0.20-26 (HI). 

BETHESDA (Betheaidu), Jeru- 
salem 3-828d. 

BETHESDA, Wales 3-828d ; 
9-428 (V. CI); B-360d. 

— , Wia. 18-522a. 

Beth -G ileal, Pal. : see Gllgal. 



,a.At. 25-400 (17); 20-152d. 



Pal. 3-»29a; 
biahoprio6-4: 
the Nativity 



20-602 ( 

9b; clmr 

i- . . ' .'!■ 



BETHLEHEMITES 3-R29d. 
" '■ lehem Steel Co. 20-214 



528b. 

eth maim Mns* 
n-Mainll-1 



22-1 71o ; 22- 
m, Frankfort- 
i, monastery, 



_jth Mar. ,„.„ 

Syr. 3-881 d. 
Beth-Meon, T>aL 

- Nahrawalha, Asia JU 

180a. 

-Nahrin. Asia M. 18-18 
BETMNAL GREEN, Loi 
J " "38 (C-D2) 

— :, 19-fild. 

BethNinib, "-' " -" 

aalda. 






Jerusalem : 



Bothsaida Julia 
(D3);5-2alb 

Bethshan, Pal 

Bethshan Horn 



!, Pal. 20-602 
13-380c; 15- 

: see Beth- 






; 20-605a 



VI (B5); 



Beth-thai 
MeUiulie, _._ 
26-152d. 



909d; 15-38: 

rfh ahem ' T 
2 : 549d. 

ie, S.Af."25-406 

(French fo 

— , CONON (or Qucsno) DE 3- 

830d. 
— , David and Jnn 
Beaton. 

Ilenrv Li 

, 15-F'~ 

John Ellic 

Bcthnini 

Sully 

Bcthuni 



239b ; 15-9 40a. 



12-7400. 



— , S.C. 25-500 (D2). _ 

essede 

Bethungr 

, Jerusal' 

" i, India 



Bethza 



, Northumb. : * 

i.:' see Bitlis. 

; sec' Elouthei 



Beton. David: 






S8-149a(pIan). 
■jr. 2-900 (G6). 
-.reld (Bekker) 21 



Ketnun, Janet 4-303c. 
Bctoyan, Indiana 1-SUd. 
Betrlacum, It. : sec Bedriaoun 
Ectroky, Mad. 17-271 (B4). 
BETROTHAL 3-831b ; Roma 
2S-785b; Teutonlo26-0821 
•* Betsey " (law case) 25-9J3c 
Betabam, Kent 16-942 (VS). 
Betsiboka, riv., Mad. 17-27 

Betsic, 'pt., Mich.' 18-372 (D5 
Bet?ileo, diat.. Mad. 17-27 
(Bl); 17-273d. 
tribe *" "-•- 



. 17-27Sd; 

l-330d ; serpent n 
52h. 
Betsimisaraka (BctJ 

17-273d. 

Be'tsimi 



■rship 



L- 3 3 Oil. 



a, Thomi 



BETTERMENT 3-831d. 
BETTERTON, THOMAS : 

R32ai 23-762d. 
Betterton, Md. 17-828 (C2). 



B. 19-235C 
iotteville, Ankel 
Ankelin de Bet 



BETTINELLI, SAVER IO 

832 b. 
Betting Act (1853) 11 -447c 



(189S) 11-4481). 
ell.iiius, Mariii's'5- 



(El). 
lettman, E. 6-1 
-, H. 6-100b. 



Bettna, Swed. 28-190 (D2), 
Bettobn, Jap. 15-156 (Q4). 

— (Bettobuwan), bay, Jap. 15* 
952a. 

Bettolo, Admiral 15-82a. 
Keltongia 15-0520 : 22-209b. 
Bctta, Edward Ladd 21-308d I 
4-435b. 

— (Bettes), John 18-526d. 
Belts, Ala. 1-160(151). 
'"'-"'-Cote, N£d. 19-479 (C2) I 



iS^V. D4). 
-'Ccd'cwain! C Waies"'9-128 (V, 

- Y COED, Wales 3-832d ; 9- 
428 (V. Dl) ; geology 8-18a. 

ietty, Henry 3-S33a. 
-.WILLIAM HENRY WEST 

Settyhlll,' Seot. 24-412 (Dl). 
IETUL, India 3-833a ; 14-388 

(G-H9). 
-, dist., India 3-833a J 14-379 

(G-HS) ; 5-681C. 
iotula : see Birch. 

- alba : see Silver birch. 
-dauHea25-13d. 



Tacea : see Paper bircli. 

acosa 10-3 83d. 

a (Betulaceae) 7-635d ; 



BeuekelSKoon, Jan ; see Buck- 

holdt, Joliann. 
BEUDANT, FRANCOIS SUL- 



-, Colo. 6-722 (E3). 
-, Ga. 11-752 <D3). 
-, la. 28-740 (B6). 



-, Oreg. 20-24! (G'4). 
(Hi). 



15-151b. 
Bewnans Mcruisek 5-652a. 
Beura, It. 26-242 |E4). 

BEURNONVuLle, PIERRE 
de Ruel, marqnis de 3- 
834b; 4-313(i. 

Ecurrifire. Boulogne 4-3230. 

BEUST, FRIEDRICH FERDI- 



BEUTHEN (Niederheuthonl, 

Gcr. 3-8350 ; 11-808 (E3). 
BEUTHEN(Oherbeutben),Ger. 



icr)io-778(F4); 16-926a. 
iv., Fr. (Nicvre) 6-419b. 
;eval, Fr. 8-331 d. 
;eviUo, Fr. 10-778 (K3). 
igna, It. 15-4 (D3): «e# 

iiK, Switz. 26-242 (B3). 
in, Mra Bridget 28-2660, 



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Bevera, riv.. It. 26-242 «iS). 
Beveren, Bclg. 3-008 (Dl). 
Beverfuyck : see Albany, X.l*. 
Beveridge, William 18-586b. 



ac, York?.: see Be 
•la'or Alfred) of : 



redus of Bcv 



— , John of : see John of Bever- 
ley. 

— , WILLIAM ROXBY3-83od; 
26-73.no. 

BEVERLEY (Beverlce), Yorks. 
3-H3fia; 9-ilB (II. G2) ; 9- 
507d; Cottontail MSS. rc- 

931d; minster 3-836n, 5- 



29d, 



„ 2-103d, 24-189d, 

24-1 abb. 

— , W.Aus. 

— , brook, ] 

— Insurrection play B-49Sc. 

lieyerloo, Belg. 3-668 (Fl) ; i 

Beverly, Kobert l-831b. 
Beverly, 111. 14-304 (B4). 



a, Mo. 1B-608 (A-B 
iruiwiek : see Bm 

witz. 26-242 (H3) • 1- 

le, (Jloe. 9-420 "(III. 

*n, Ger. 28-556c. 

i, 'hoII." 13-588 (B2); 

y. 15-740 (A3). 
B-608 (D2) ; 18-609(1, 
la, palace, Bologna 



— , palace, Verona 
Hevill, Ala. 1-160 
Bcvi,, Joliri 18-52 
Bevis-Gibson torsi 

726d. 
Beviaier, battlo of 



Ben-castle. Climb. 9-412 (I. 

C2); 4-584 (B2) ; 4.i94c. 
— , foils, Cumb. 9-412 (I. C2). 
BEWDLEY, Worcs. 3-837b ■ 

9-120 (III. C2) ; geology 28- 

Bewerley, Yorks. 9-418 (II. 

BEWICK, THOMAS 3-837e I 
14-321d; 28-799d; book- 
plate 4-z32 (iilate) ; work on 
birds 20-3041. 

Bewick's swan 26-180». 

Bewltsl0-142a. 

Bcwlcy, Hants. : see Beaulieu. 

Bewaborough, Kent 7-8S6b. 

Bcwsoy, estate, Lanes .28- 33 2b, 

Bcs, Switz. 26-242 (C4) ; sail 
26-242c, Z4-R8d ; eeleniW 
12-7G9b; waters 18-520a. 



BEXHILL, 

(IV, C5) ; sreolof-r 26-165d. 
BEXLEY, NICHOLAS VAN- 



— , N.8.W. 19-5: 



Bey, mt., Turk.As. 2- 

(G3). 
BEY (diet.) 3-838b : see 

Mamelukes. 
Beyadjoea, tribe 8- 7 IS*. 



BEYBAZAR (Bci 
Bcyeid (p'hys 



-o I'rcdecio do 24- 
:k (bacteriologist) 



lGOd; S_ 

3eyerlinck, L. 16-575c. 
Jeyers Bergen, hills, S. 



Beyiu, Go.Cst. 12-203 (A4). 
Beyla, Fr.Gni. 11-204 (Da). 
— (Beila), diat., JjT.Gui. 16- 

s;; ad. 

Beylan, Turk.As. : see Bellan. 

Beyle, Henri ll-148b. 

— , MARIE HENRI (Stendhal) 

3-33Sc; 19-835C 
Beylerbey (title) : Algiers 

6,'jUa, 3-382c ; Persia ; 

194c: Turkey 27-443a. 
Bevlor-bey-Kcui. Turk.As. : 

426 (F3). 



r. 10-778 (E5) 



Bevpaslia, riv., India : 

Bcas. 
Beypur. India 14-382 (F1I) ; 

17-2 89b. 
BEY RICH, I.^INRICH ERNST 

von3-839b; 8-124c. 
BevrMila 8-12Bb ; 20-237d: 

25-1 10c. 
Be v rout, Syr. T see Beirut. 
BEYSCHLAG, WILLIBAUJ 3- 



BEZA (do Besi 



Beza 



273d. 
BEZANT « 



ihes) 9-33b. 
): seeNarn 
), THEODORE 



, Mad. 17' 



, „ Oa; 19- 

19-903b ; heraldry 

BEZANTEE (die 

Bezau, a'us.' 3-V'(B3). 

BEZBORODKO, 

SANDER AN DREEV I CH : 

Bez-dan, Hung. 3-4 (F4). 
Beze, Fr. 6- 490a. 
BeMSBiiiclie, cape, Af. : 

Caps Verde. 
BEZEL (die 



ALEK- 



:ehn (arehbp.) 12-S7ia. 
™nt28-950b. 
rros, Braz 



BEZIERS, Fr. 3-84()d ; 10-778 



i 16-201o; 1- 



472d; 27-197d. 
BEZWADA (Bezvada), Indi 
3-842c ; 14-382 (111.), 



Bh (philol.) 3-87b. 
Bhabar, tract, India 19-154c 
Bhabeswar TLai 15-33 7 a. 
Rhabua, India 14-376 (K7). 
Bhadar, India 14-382 (C9). 
— , riv., India lB-BOSd. 
Bhadaura, state, India II 



Bhadraehalam, India 14-382 

(111). 
Bliadrakh, India 14-382 (M9). 



BHAGALPUR, ! 



; 7-826c. 
i, India 3-843b. 



487a; 12-358d. 



6-466c; flood 7-9!7a. 
IhooucaUL Puronu, ou hi 

poetiQue de Krichna t 

noul) *-8Sob. 
thagavatas (Pancharatra 

179d; 13-5C9a. 
thagelkhand, India : 

Bagelkhand. 
thagirathi, riv., India(Bengal) 

14-378 (N8); 13-861d - " 

218d; toll station 15-1 



India lB-336d ; 
a 19-1 13c ; 26- 
dia 14-376 (L6). 



Ijhaktti-truila 

487a. 
Bhaktapur, India : see Bhat- 

Bliakl,i'l3-511a; 15-623d; 13- 

485b. 
Bl.aiadhaka, Bal. 14-376 

(CI). 
Blialka, dist., India 8-740d. 
— , riv., India 3-211b. 
lilialu-soor : see Bali-soor. 
BHAMO. Bur. 3-843c ; 4-841 
[ade 15-1 2 So. 

412 (C2), 

Bha.ua Vhatta (author) 20 

Bhandak, India 5-S37h. 
BHANDARA, India 3-S43d ; 

14-382 (H-I9). 
— . diat., India 3-843di 

BHANG 3-844a; 13-264a ; 



;. !'..- 



taa, tiibe24-162b. 
to-varsha 14-375h. 
t Chandra (Candi 

iiirtpore) India 



14-376 (G6); 
866a. 
BHARATPUR, s 



/I (poet) 24-171a. 



Bhardar 19-381a. 
"hareoh, India : see B 

hargavi, riv., Jndia 
(L10-9): 22-660b. 



Bharrain, mt. Soot. : 

Bhara (Barrhai) 4-391a. 
BlLartpnr, India : see I 

Bhartriharl (grainmaria 

Bhunich (Bharuk 



■510o; math e'matioal work 

I17L), 27-271d. 

kar Pant (Mahrs 

der) 5-G83b. 

arka (Indian ruler) 



Bhatgarh, lake, India 14-382 

(JCIO). 
Bhatial 15 -605b. 
Bhatibari, dist., India 8-J40d. 
Bhatika, India 13-4960. 
BliaUiida (Govindgarh), India 

14-376 (1'4); 20-927a; 19- 



22-866d. 
Bhatshah (I 
Bhatta Xn 

— Utpa'la 



e), India 15- 
Hings) 12- 

4810. 



>oot) 24- 

ior) 24- 

1'varyan, tribos, Kashmir 
lb. 

(chief) 15-1 2ab. 

(Bhati), tribe 3-845a ; 
55c; 22-656a; in Missar 
26il ; J aiaaliner founded 



Bhattiprolu, 

Bhnttu, Iiidio 
BHAU bAJI 



4-S01b. 



India 14-G21d 

14-376 (Fi 

14-382' (Q 

14-382 cn-Mt"""* 

■6dVd; *26-365ci 

n 7-2S8a. 
y 3 -846c. 
,.ahara1a) 3- 



India 14-382 



Bhawanl (myth.) 15-641a. 
BhawaniPatna,lndIal5-637e 
JUmvtishya Purana 6-100d. 
Ehayad (caste), India ?-670a. 
Blieul (log-land) 26-480b. 
Bheela. tribe : see Bbila. 
BHEESTY (diet.) 3-8 15c. 
Blieiseir, mt.. Soot. 24-415 
(B4); 14-874a. 



Bhcn 



, India 3-S45d ; 14> 

:,■!). 

v.,Indial4-a76(K5). 



.) 10-282a. 



418 (B2); 

Bhiehhliiiori, India: see Bikna 

Thori. 
Bhikhan (Hindu reformer) 12' 

sssa. ■ 

Bhiknapabari (Vulture Dill), 

Illlli^ 1ft-19S J 



a 10-125d. 



[. (India: 



ce)7- 



liillam; 
848d. 
mi ■ 
2-748dj 

796b; i 



Bhilwara, iudla 14-376 (F7). 



BESA-BIA 



BHIMA (Hindu myth.) 3-84B*. 
(king) 4- 18 4b. 
ihna, riv., India 14-382 
IJC-I'IO); Abmednaear 1- 
i32o ; Poona 22-73d i 
iiatara 24-227C ; Sholapul 
24-H95C. 

ibcr, India 14-378 (E-K3) 



19-3 



i (Bhimjedi), India 
ingh 



Bhin 

Th„„„, „ „ 

Bhind, India 14-376 (H6); 12- 

748c. 
Bhingar, India : see Ahmed 

Bhinmai, India 14-376 (D-E7)r 
Bhir, India 14-382 (F-G10). 
Bhiahnia (legend) 24-167e. 
Bhitani : see Battanni. 
Bhitiari, creek, India 4-lS6c. 
Bhiwandi, India 14-382 (E10). 
BHIWANI (Bhiwana), India 

3-846b; 14-370 (F-G5). 
Eho (Bhod), Aaia : see Tibet. 
Bliodanphra (Burmese king) ! 

see Bodawpaya. 
Bhog 13- 4 8 Gb. 

Bhogai, riv ..Jndia 14-376(07). 
-Bhoia (Indian ruler) 24- 17 6a; 

24-182a: 13-4921); llhar 

mosque 8-142c, 
Bholapura, India 14-376 (B5). 
Bhojapnri, trihe 3-il2id. 
Bhoia, India 14-370 IO8). 
Bhongaon, principality. India 

17-442e. 
Bhongir, India 14-382 (Hll). 
Bhct.ala (dynasty) 14-illai 

14-114c ; 5-683b : Akalkot 

ohief l-454a. 
Bbooj, India: see Bbul. 
Bhopal, India 3-846c; 14-376 



_(&'8). 
BHOPAL^ si 



r, India 3-846c 



BHOPAWAR, agency, India 3- 

816c. 
Bhor, India 14-382 (E10) ; 3- 

S46d. 
BHOR, state, India 3-846C. 
— Ghat, pass, India 14-382 

(E10); 3-846d; Lonauli 

Bhoroli, 'riv., India 14-378 



Scot. (E. Loe 



Bhragte, mt, i 

Bhreac, mt., 

Ave) 84-41! 



,__., oehEtive) 

24-418 (All. 
— , mt, Scot, (W. Loch Eiddon) 

24-418 (A3). 
— , mt, Scot. (Perth.) 24-418 

— ,mt, Scot. (Stirling.) 24- 

418 (B2). 
Bhrigu (legend) 24-175d. 
Bln-igus (caste) 24-166C. 
Bhrollum, Jake, £--" "' 



<B2). 



24-412 

Scot. 

a- 1 via : kb-40c 
Bhnbamasa, riv, India 14-378 

(N-08). 
Bhiidgaon, India 18-573C 
Bhuiyas, tribe 16-94d ; 10- 

4211b. 
BHUJ, India 3-S46d I 14-378 

(C8) ; 7-669d. 
Bhnja, hill, India 7-669d. 
libniabalin : see Gomata. 

mke god) 3-846 d. 



Bhutias, trioe 3-8* 7a ; 18- 

379c. 
Bbu vanes war {BhubaneswotV 

India 14-382 (L9) ; 20-27l£ 
Bi (chcrn.) 6-39bj 
Bia (niytb.) 19-335b. 



BIA-BIG 



Bin aotorion 16-478b (tig.}. 

Biacabato, treaty of 21-399b. 

Biadmuln (Irish princesB) 14- 
707 b. 

Biarare (Biaffade), tribe 22- 
168c; l-329d. 

Blafo, glacier, India 14-378 
|F2); 12-20d: 13-4730. 

Blafra (Matra), bay, Atl.0. 12- 
096c. 

Biahiavi, Egy. 18-643b ; pyra- 
mids 22- 685c. 

Biainas, Arm. : MsTao. 

— , anc. kingdom, Asia 2-S20b; 

Biainian dynasty 27-878a. 
Biaka Jong, India 14-376 <06). 
Biala. Aus. 3-4 <F2) : 2-974C ; 



Biali 7-6 7 3c. 

Bialltay, Russ. : see Byeltai. 

Bialowiee, Rubs. : see Byelov- 

BialyKamien; battles (1604) 

6- 259c. 
Bialystok, Russ. : see Byelo- 



— (Italian commissioner) 

73a. 
Bianchi (Florentine party) 10- 

532d; 7-812e. 
BIANCHINI, FRANCESCO 3 

S18c; 27-1013b. 
Biunoo, Andrea 2- 1 26c. 
Bianco, It. 15-4 (F5). 
— , canal, It. 15-4 (C2); lS-15a 



Bianco (pottery) 5-7363, 
Bianconesjroup7-418d. 
Bianconi, Charles 6- 5 5 6a. 
Biandrata, Giorgio : eeaBIand- 



iiarnaaon, Tnorkell : seeBjar- 

nason, ThorkelL 
iiarnl (the Numborskffled) 14- 

~ Heriulfsson 16-396a; 28. 



Bias (myth.) 18-87d. 
BIAS { of Pricne) 3- 8 49a. 
Bias, bay, Cniua 6-168 (15). 
— , riv. .India : see Bess. 
BIAS (diet.) 3-849a. 
Bfasca, Suits. 26*242 (F4) ; 

24-7a. 
Biased bowls 4- 3 48b. 
Bia.il. India. 14-376 (15). 
Biathacti6-421a. 
Bialhanatos (John Donne) 8- 



B1BACULUS, MARCUS FU- 

rlu9 3- 8 4 9a. 
Blban, mts., Alg. l-642d. 
— , Bahret el, lagoon. Tun. 

643 <D2). 
— , Borj el, fort, Tun. 27-988Q. 
~, El, Tun. 1-6*3 (1)2). 

— cl Moluk, Egy. 26-7 40e. 
Bibara I. (Baioas, Belbas) 9- 

99d; Antioch taken 2-131d; 
Crusaders defeated 7-543a, 
7-544c; Mecca visited 2- 
267c; Mongols defeated 24- 
611b; Paloatina conquered 
20-623d; Syrian assassins 
extirpated 2- 7 7 oc. 

— II. JaahengirS-eSb ;9-100o. 

— Mansurl 9-100o. 
Bibars (mosque), Cairo 26- 



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Bibblena,IU3-802b; 27-B64c. 
"bby, lsl.. Can. 5-160 (L3). 
_.bby Bros. & Go. 25-851d: 
Bibel Tryck-Tunnan 3-905d. 
1, HEINRICH J. F. VON 



liber, rl ' 
..St'' 8 ' 

. (B4> ;' battle (1300} 19' 
L-260a. 



26-242 (Fl) 
r. 3-S49b : 11- 



riicko. 



26-242 
Switz. 26-242 
26-242 (D2). 



moione, it. aY-iouac 
BIBIRINE 3- 849c. 
Bihini : sec Greenhoarfc. 
BIBLE 3-849o; Apocalyptio 



134a : Christian apologetic 
2.18Sfh: Christian TTT. T a 21 



113h,»-59b;dcir 
7-B36b; dogmat 
S-382d, 13-360. 



•xa 






339b; Index Librorun 
hibitorum 14-374d ; i 



5-639d ; miracles diseusse 
18-5JSo; Nestorian transli 
tion 19-408d ; New Test* 
ment 3-872b, 26-774a, t 
335c,22-449b; North Aider 
can Indian translations f 
278b, ll-458a ; oaths take 
on 19-941d ; Old Testamer . 
3-849d, 20-61(10 ; Oriental 
literature, place in 20-8171 



173a 



i Till. Pass, Moi. 18- 



), Tex. 26-880 (I3V, 
£>- Ala. 1-160 (B3). 
to., Os. 11-762 (08). 



tion I-Sisc: r 
Wen 13-36M, 1 



-654d,12-5: 
lone 20- it 
■edisb trails 



,5-647c,28-265a 



iteca Riccardlana, It. 

Dreuce) 10-529d. 
— Trivulzio, If, 16-S73d- 
- Universitaria Aleesandrina 
16-57Hb. 
-Vallicelliana, It. (Rome) 16- 



- Board 22-3 01c. 
-box4-3fl0b. 
•ible, Mcttimary 



n (Nbyes) 

s : see Oneida 



it : see Mormon, Book o/. 

v-regal 23-35 d. 

BIBLE SOCIETIES 3-905C. 



Bible Sonali 



it Scotland, > 
■ 8!b ; 3-907a. 
is (Kulinau) 1 



Bibliander, Theodore 19- 
Biblia Pauverum 27-SHs 
Biblia rolyglotta (Planth 

72Sa. 
Biblia Begin 15-416P. 
Biblical Repertory : 






mdes) 17- 

raphia Zooloffiae el Geo- 

rapfiical Dictionary 

■ke| 6-443C. 

■rafihical Kncyclopacdi 

jiKhaUfa)12-8a7b. 

izean and Lancasto: 

15d. 

rophle <$cb livrea 

es vfnittens (Duo de 

>li)4-224h. 

ruphie ilea princfpoZcf 

? franmis du XVe au 
'lit Steele (Le Petit) 4- 



Bihliaaraphie. romantvrue (As- 

selinauVll-lSOd. 
Blbliowaphischer Institut,Ger 

13-460h. 
BIBLIOGRAPHY AND BIB- 



!6-215q 
Tamil 



translation 



3-860C. 3-886a, 15-3' 



st 16-92 6c 
75c, 5-3481 
al 3-857 d, ; 



tions 12-fll5d; 



Biblioaraphy i>l einhfeMh-cen 
tury art and illustrated, book 
(Lcwine) 4-224D. 

Bibliology : sec Bibliography, 

BIBLIOSlANCY 3-911b. 

niidiomania (Dibdhl) 8-175d. 



la, It. (Naples! 
. (Modena) 16- 



, It. (Venice) 18- 



- Marnoel liana. It. (Flor. 



It. (Floreco 
Centrale, 3 



- Polatina, It. (Florence) 16- 



BlUiothe, 

Eiljlii 

dm 

16- 

BiblioUieea 

Escurial 
BiblMlieca 

3-91 la. 
Obliothcca 

bacb)2S 



us) 12-522b ; 21-1 
■BataVE»e, HoH.(Lcidcn) 



Uca (Watt) 
(Wyttcn- 



l-oloi 



Aheca Gmeca (Fabiicms) 

jtheat HabtehHuna 

Tlheca Hispana (Acton 

Bikiotheca Historica (Diodoi 

rUMhecu historic medii a 
(Pot.thast) 22-2 12e. 
ibliolheca Latinu (Fabrici- 
10-1190. 
BJbLotheoa Rosenthal^] 

blMheia Sacra 5-96e t ■ 

S25d. 

bliotliem Vnivciialis (Gesn 

3-954b ; 25-123b. 

bhotheque de Bonrgog 



Bibliothec 
19-27 7b. ' 



do France 

, Paris'; se, 
I e. Genevieve 
iris 16- 5 66c 

.ris 16-564d 

entale (dc 
, __ 338b. 
Ste. Genevieve 



tie) 13-338 



BiUiotMgue Ui 



tersdle 



-, Gcr. (Saxony) 11-S0S (III. 

rilfl). 
1IBRACTE (Mont Bouvray); 

battle (08 B.C.) 4-938d. 
libtax, Fr. r see Laon. 
libron, G. 23-HOa. 
3ibulns, liUcius Calpurnius 3- 

9Ild. 
-, MARCUS CALPUBNIUS 



Bihtiry Club r! 
Bicameral syat* 



Rum. 23-826 <C1). 
!a 22-12c. 



-fen 



auscle 1! 



BICESTER, Oh 



i. n< 

Fr. 10-778 (Cfi) ; 2 
Paris 16-778 (C6) 
lsl, Paris 10-746b 
"_Parj5l3-S33a. 



11 -, 

BICHAT7' MARIE" 
X. 3-912a; " — 
writings 18- 



z. 26-2. 



i-794b. 



: (F3) 



Bichcno, Jameu Kb< 

Bichen'o, Tas. 26-438 (Bl). 
Bichir : se.e. Folypferus. 
Bicho do pi : see Jigger. 
Bicholi, bay, Mai. Arch. 17-466 

(F2) ; 12- 863 e. 
Bichromate eeU 3-532c ; bo- 

SISa. 
BICHROMATES AND CHRO- 

males 3-912c ; 6-297a ; spec. 

tmrn 21 -497a, See alsc 



Bicipedes ; ere Draisine. 
Bickendorf, Cologne 6- 8 97 a. 
Biekeiihill, Warwick. 25-738 

(B2). 
BICKER (diet.) 3-913b. 
Bickcrstaffl, Isaac (pseud.): 



, Allan 



Swift, 



lanes. 16-139 

BI0KERSTETH, EDWARD 

— - vine) 3- 91 3b. 

i of Lichfield) 



:rton, Ches. 9-416(11. B3). 
. .,[., Austr. 2-960 (F2). 
Bickford, William 5-85e. 
Bickford, lake. Mo. 17-431 

Bickiiigton, High, Dov. 9-430 
(D2). 
lokleigh, Dev. (west) 9-430 



30 (VI. F2). 
28-354 (E4). 
B42 (EH) ; 4. 



Bickloy, Eem 

634a. 
"■ - " ;,C.E.: 
e. Ess. ! 

„__, Ind. 14 

Biclao, isl., Aos. 3-4 (E5). 
Bicocca, La, It. 5-9390 ; battto 

(15:22) 16-2S90. 



Biconcavo lens 16-425a, 
Biconvex lens lB-425a. 
Bicounty, 111. 14-304 <D3). 
Bicske, Hung. 3-4 JF3). 
Bicuda. pt.. Capo Verde Is. S' 

253 (niap). 
Bicursal 7- 6 6 2a. 
BICYCLE 3-913e; 7-682d; 
ir 18-919b; tires 26- 



1007a. 



S Club: 



■e Cyclists' 



.. Nig. 3-917d. 



Alfred, ptinoc of : 



anlar war21-95d. 
Bidda, Nig. : see Bida. 
BIDDEFORD, Me. 3-9 18a ; 17- 



— , Ceorge Parker, Junr. 3- 

BJddenden, Kent 9-121 (IV. 

BIDDEHY 3-918c ; 14-575a. 
Biddie Knob, mt., Vt. 19-490 

BIDDING-PRAYER 3-9 lSe. 
— wedding 4-528o; 5-357b ; 

Biddie, Charlos John3-919b. 
— , James 15-2S7a. 



Biddie University, N.C. 6- 

946b. 
Biddulph, John 2-7390 ; 12- 

2111) ; 28-905a. 
Biddulph, Staffs. 9- 110 (1L 
r!3i- B-913c;25-758e. 
Staffs. 27-2 50d. 
laru Bian, mt., Scot. 
(D;()l 12-119d ; 






de: 



B1DEFORD, Dev. 3-91flc i «- 

430 (VI. Dl). 
— .bay, Dev.; see BarnstaplO: 

Bide-khecht 17-588c. 
Bidelia spinosa4-187b. 
Bidens (bot. 



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BIA-BIG 



Biderin Bannid; tee Don- 

golawi. 
Bidiord, Warwick. 9-420 (III. 

02). 
Bidhauli, India 16- 5 53b. 
Bidi, Bor. 4-25Sc. 
Bidia, EI, Arab. 2-26* (G3) ; 

20- 100a. 
Bidia3. Pal. 20-602 (C2). 
Bidio, cape. Sp. 25-530 (Bl). 
Bidiogos, tribe 22-I68c. 
Bidiya, Arab. 2-201 (Hi) ; 2- 



1-183 



Bldkhan, mt., Pera. 

(C3); 21-189c. 
Bidlingmaior, Friedric 

907a. 
Bidloo, Govcrt 1-9 3 4a. 



I, FABLES OF 3-019d: 



Bidahahr, Peru. 21-188 (B3) ; 

10- 190ft. 
Bidvillc, Ark. 2-552 (B2). 
BidwelL Sheltcrd 17-334d ; 17- 

347d. 
Bidwell, O. 20-26 (F7). 
—.rot., Cal. 5-8 (CI). 
Bidyapati Thakur : seeVidya- 

pati Tbakkura. 
Bie (surgeon) 26-135d. 
Biebef.Cal.S-BICl). 
— , Ger. 11-808 (B3). 
—.Ober, Oer. : eee Ober Bie- 

— Ko'pf, mt, Aus. 26-242 (12). 
Bieberstein, Marachall von 11- 

892c. 
B1EBR1CH, Ger. 3-02Oa: 11- 

808 (II. JuS). 
Biebrich scarlet 8-7 16b. 
Biebrz, riv.. Russ. 21-929 (D2); 

21-»30b. 



, Rubs. 21-929 (D3) 



Bfela's 






>t 6-7 02c; 18-2 
Plan'— 



Biela 

Bielef, IIusb. ! see Bj-elev. 
Bielefeld, C. F. 20-737d. 
BIELEFELD, Ger. 3-920o ; 11- 

Biclefcldt 



-,.< I:, >, 



Alps 26-24 
e, pass, Alpa 1-7 46a 



Bielina, Bosnia ; spc'b 
BIELITZ, Ans. 3-920 



<K2). 
'406b. 
see Marti 



(engineer) 27- 
-Martin (politician) ; 

rtin, Bienrenu. 

■„ Celeron de20-2Be. 
, Jean Baptiste Lo Moyne. 
siour de 17-5Sd ; 19-265d 
I8-636b : 21.118b. 
ienville, La. 17-54 (Bl). 
■, parisb. La. 17-54 (A-Bl). 
icyuefl, isl., W.I. : see Vie^ 

:, August 

al analge 



en, Ernst Johaun, duke of 
16 iiuartai 



foil. 13-588 (Bl>. 



liesdorf, tier. 3-788 {plan), 
tiese, Franz Carl O. A. E. I 

8643; 2-934c. 
tiesjoch. pass, Alps l-743o. 
" '% Malziia, rate., Turk. : 



482b. 

tee Besjciden 

stlihom, n 



to 22-1620 ; 8' 
it.. Alps 26-342 



'. Fr. 4-Olb. 



., It. 15. 



242 <F3) ; 



BIFBOST 



.-, Mil 



(1)1) 
Bicuzy, 
Bio v re, 

Bievi-es, J-T. 1U-7YS (11 
Ditara, Sud. 19-675e. 
Bifcroo (Tifermi-O, riv 

26 (E4); 15-4 (EL 

.t., Alps 
shales : ' see Olchfa 

n 17- 984c. 

,.) 3-9211}. 

18-372 (C3>, 
— , oay, w.i. im-624 (A6). 
— i chan., N.Y. 19-590 (14), 
— , hill, K.I. 23-249 (Bl). 
— , isl.. Can. B-160 (P3) ; 28- 

— , lake. Ark. 2-552 (E2)._ 

indian. 
— , lake, Mont. 14-276 (D2). 
— , riv. Can. (Labrador) 5-161 

(0_5); 16-2M. 



chariot) 5- 8 6 0b. 
Bieaa, P. Is. 21-392 (E 2). 
BIGAMY 3-021b; Hitter's 

sanction 17-139C 
Big Annemcaox. riv., Md. 17- 

828 (H4). 
Bigar, isls., Pac.O. ; see Bikar. 



(E4); 15-740C. 
-Black, riv., J 
(B3); 18-509C. 

- Black Creek, ri 
600 (CI). 

- Black Creek, r 
500 (1>2). 

-—Blackfoot riv„ 
276 (C2J. 



■ Bigolow, Eraatus B. 6 



Big Lost, 1 



, Ida. M-2T« 



«. IB- 6 00 
, Miss. IB- 



-, JOHN 3-92 

"imothy 21 

iw, Me. 1 



— , Tin 

"" ;elov 

Minn. 18-S 



Mont. 14- - 
15-6 B 4(F1); ; 



DiK noau riv., ■ il 

(C4); 14i-S7Gb. 
— Lotts Creek, riv., Ga,.ll- 

752 (E3). 
Bvriovi Papers, The (Lowell) 

17-7 5a; l-838b. 
Big Machlas, kike, Me. 17-434 

(I>2). 
-MacbiBS, riv. Me. 17-434 



Bluer 
15-655d. 

- Blue, riv,. Mo. 18-608 (A3). 
■Blue.riv., Neb. 19-324014); 
19-324a- 
■ Blue Creek, 

690 (B2). 
Big Blue group feeol.) 21-177d. 
"te BoRiie Ilorna J - 

18-600 (C4). 

- BoaeLlok.Ky.lB-740 (B2); 

v., N.J. 19-502 
nstraw Creek, riv., Pa. 



(D3). 



tf>2). 
- Manistee, i 
37 7d. 



31- 106 (C2). 
■ Bug, Ariz. 2-544 (B2). 
Bull, faUs, Wis. 28-424a. 
- Bureau Creek, riv., I1L 14- 
304 (C2). 

— Burn, riv., Scot. 14-720b. 
Bigbury, Dev. 9-430 (VI. E3). 
— , bay, Dev. 9-430 (VI. K3J. 
BiB Bushkill Creek, riv.. Pa. 

21-106 (M3). 

— Butte, mt,., Ida, 14-276 
<C4); 14-276b. 

— Bntte Creek, tiv., Ores. 20* 
242 (C5). 

Bigby, Ark. 2-553 (B4). 
BiK Cabin, Okla. 20-58 (Fl). 

— Cabin Creek, riv., Okla. 20- 



— Camas, prairie, 
<B4); 14-277a. 

Becano, La. 17-54 
Big Canoe Creek, 1 
400 (C2). 

— Caribou, Isl., C 

— Cedar Creek, ri 
732 (F4k 

' — Cedar Creek, rl' 



Big Flaking Creek, riv.. Pa. 21- 

106 (H3). 
Bigilat, Ark. 2-552 (CI). 
Big Flat Brook, riv., N.J. 19- 

502 (CI). 
— Flat Creek, riv., Ala, 1-46C 

<B4>. 

- Flat Creek, riv., Ga, 11-754 



2-552 (A3). 
150 (p3). 
J76 (B-Cl). 
iv., Minn, 18-550 

— Fork, riv., Mont. : aeeSwan. 

— Fork ot the Cedar Creek, 
riv., Okla. 20-58 (F3). 

Bigg, John atanyan 8-350b. 
Tiigg (cereal) : set. Bere. 



, Mich, 1S- 

-aiiiTcreek, riv.. Pa. 21-106 

-Moo'le' 
(B-F2). 

- Jlorphodite Creek, riv., 
S.JJak. 25-506 (E-K2). 

-Mound, la. 14-732 (F4). 

— Muddy Creek, riv.. 111. 14- 
304 (D5) ; 14-306o; 

— Muddy Creek, riv., Mont. 
14-278 (Gl). 

- Muddv Creek, riv., N.Dak. 
19-780{C3). 

-Muddy Creek, riv., Wash. 
28-354 (D3). 

- Mulberry Creek, riv., Ala. 
^1-400 (C3). 

.. j Nan'ce Cr 
460 (Bl). 
Bigoasco, Swite. 26-2? 
26-933d, 
; Nasty Creek, riv. 



26-500 (B-C2). 
Bigoi, Alcasandrc 
Big Kiangua, riv 

(D4). 
Bignon, Eugene 1 



del IO-6660. 



ill Cillis 20-8550. 

id. 

,t.3-922b; 24-418 



-, LOUIS P. E., baron 3- 



746d; 1 



a 10-57 Id. 



; Btig- 



u 19-831 : 
, la. 14- 
S.C. 2 



■52 (El). 
_r. 2-900 (C2). 
it 16-942 (E3). 



- Cliama, riv. 

-'gi T . * 

(Gl). 
iig China pig 
tig Clam, lai 

(KS). 
~ Clifty, Ky. 



k, riv., Tex. 26- 

., N.Mei. 19-520 

., N.Y, 19-51 

(zool.) 21 -595a 
:e. Mieh. 1S-8; 

15-740 (B3). 



iwleo, Rubs. : see Byelo- 



BielshOble, cave, Ger. 13-4Sa. 
Bielski, Joachim 21-925a. 
— : , Martin 21-924d. 



we Clare, Richard de (of 

Ton bridge). 
Bieiihcure, St 27-982C. 
Bien-Hoa, Fr.I.C. 14-498 (E6) ; 

14- 4 93b. 
BIENNE (Biol). Switz, 3-926d ; 

26-242 (C2); 26-254d;ge u - 

lngy 15- 5 6 6a. 
BIESfJE, lake, Swita. 3-981a ; 

26-242 (C2). 
— , rlv„ Fr. 1B-5671). 
Biennialrilant8(bOit.)2B-S75b ; 

13-70Tbj 10-975a- 
Bleonot (myth.) 7-638*. 



8-372 (C3). 
r oe Aoe, oay, Midi, id- 
(B4). 

ir Creek, riv., Ala 



— Beaver Crook, riv., B.C. 26- 

5(10 (C-JJ3). 
Bigbee, Ala. 1-460 (A4). 
Big Ben (prize lighter) 1 



__. end, W.Va. 28-560 (B3). 

Big Bend of the Columbia, 

"-»et, Wash. 28-354 (E2) ; 6 



- BetbeL Va. l-SlSa. 



Bigcreek, Ala. 1-460 (D4). 
— , Ky, 15-740 (E3J. 
Bi*t Creek, W.Va. 28 -i 
(A-B4). 

— Creek, riv., Ala, 1-160 (C4). 

— Creek, riv., Ala, 1-460 (Bil). 

— Creek, riv., Ala. 1-460 (Bl). 

— rwk. -iv.. Ark. 2-552 (H4). 
■iv., Ark. 2-552 (B2). 
•iv., Ark. 2-552 (C2). 
■Iv., B.C. 4-600 (E3J. 
■iv.,Oa. 11-752 (111). 

~ " 752 (D3). 



Bigga, A. G. Yeatman: 

Teat man- Biggs. 
Biggs, Cal. 5-8 (C2). 
— ,?ll. M-SOKCS). 
— , Oreg. 20-242 (E2). 
Biggsville, 111. 14-304 (B3). 
Bigha, Asia M. 2-760 (B2). 
— , prov., Asia M. 2-760 (C5 

& BH) ; 27-433b. 

Uigha (measure.) IS 

Bisha Ctiai, riv., Turk.As. : see 

Bis llaroar.'lsl., Northumb. 10. 

; (B2). 



183b. 
-Hatcher, 1 
520 (U6). 

liigheart, Okla. 20-58 (M). 
"igfliill, Ky. 15-740 (D3V 
ig llolo. mts., Ida. 14-276 
(D4). 



Blsnoniaceae (bot,) 10-571d: 

ll-256b. 
Ijgnor, Sua. 4-584 (C7) ; 21- 

337d; 4-588d. 
Bigoou (music) : see Biniou. 
Big Oak Flat, Cal. 5-3 <C3). 
Bigod, Sir FranciB 2-762c j 7- 

BIGOD, HUGH, earl of Nor- 

loBi (d. 1177)3-923b; 17-3d. 
— , Koger, earl of Norfolk 

(d. 1221) 3-023b: 19-746a. 
— , Roger, earl of Norfolk 

(d. 1270) 3.923c ; 13-47C 
— , Roger, earl of Norfolk 

(d. 1306) 3-923C ; 9-498a. 
Bfeordi, Domeuloo : tee Ohir- 

landaio. 
Bigorio, nionaateir, Swlt7. 26- 

.■. ■] ■• 
Bigonc, Centnlle III., oomto 

de: see Centulle III. 
•Rigorre, diet., Fr. 10-778 

(C-D5) ; 10-802 (hist, maps); 

4.684c; 4-60Ja; 1B-7S3c. 

igot (sculptor) 24-5 



-, Marie (piai 



.)1B-I21d 



lofe, 



Mra 



— Crei 



14-276 
i (Fl). 



v., la. 14-732(1 , 
Iv., la. 14-732 (F4l. 

,-iv.,Ida.l4-276(B3). 

— Creel;, riv.. 111. 14-304 (E4j. 

- Creek, riv.. 111. 14-304 (KS). 

- Creek, riv., 111. 14-304 (Dl). 
-Creek, riv., III. 14-304 (B3). 

- Creek, riv., Ind.14-422 (B81. 

- CreeH, riv., Ind.14-422 (1)3). 

- Creek, riv., Kan. 15 - 654 

-<§*„,.. 

(E-F3). 

- Creek, riv., Mo. 18-608 (E4). 

- Crocli, rtv., Mo. 18-608 (C3). 

- Creek, riv.. Mo. 18-608 (Bl). 

- Crock, riv., O. 20-26 (K5J. 
-Creek, riv., Okla. 20-58(Fl). 
-Creek, riv., Wash. 28-354 

(B2). 

- Creek, riv., Wis. 28-740 (C4_). 
-Cypress, swamp, Fla. 10- 



- Horn, mt.. Nob. 19-323c. 
-Horn, mts., Ariz. 2-5- 

(B3). 

- Horn, rats., Wyo. 28-8! 
(El) ; 27-621a ; 27-631c. o 

sr."'." ""' 

1 ■ .■ .:■ . ■ 
Bighorn (: ' ' "' 



^ Sebastian 19-31 4a. 

Big Otter, lake, Can. 5-160 

<Q5). 
Bfgonden (diet.) 22-6/a. 
Bigotirdaii, GuiilaYunB 8- 8 9 Ob. 
1>: — "^t, rapids, Ri "" ' "" 



W.As. 26- 



i21e. 
urn (kooI.) 24-818b ; 1 
llo;2S-1012a;5-147d 



— Pelican, Jake, Wis. 2B-740 

(B3). 
"'-pine, Cal. 5 " "*"' 



2S 



—, N.C. 19-772 <B4). 



Bighoi 



1 ' ' 



ic27-631d. 



S.6)- . 



Big Drj - Creek, riv., Mont 14- 
275 (F2). 

— Eagle Creek, riv.. Ark, 2- 
552 (Ci). 

Big-eared bat 27-034b. 
Big Eati Claire, riv., Wil 
740 (Dt). 

— Eau Plain, riv., Wis. 28-740 

), Egy. 21-373b. 

n-. 

iv„ Wis. 



BIGHT (die, 

Bight. The, Bev. 10-73b. 

— Sub Station, The, S.Aus 
900 (E6). 

Big Hurricane Creek, rl 

see nurricanc Creek, Big 

Bigi (party) 10-537b. 

Bigio, Francia; — ■ T 

Big Isaac, W.Va. 28-560 <C2). 

— Island, Va. 28-118 (C3). 

— Klamath, lake, Oreg.: 1 
Upper Klamath. 

— Labetto Crook, riv., Ks 






v., O. 20-2f 

, 10-540 (ETJ, 






Jffi.. ._. 

— Pine Tree Creek, J . 
25-500 (B2). 

— Plney, Mo. 18-808 (D4). 

— Pincy, Wyo. 88-874 (B3). 

— llnev Creek, riv.. Ark. 2- 
552 <B2). 

— Piney Vieek, r 
608 (B4). 



y Creek, I 
690 (N4). 

— Pipe Croek, riv 
(EI). 

— Pond, Can. 19- 
BiBpool, Md. 17-8 



d. B-8 U 



v., Mo. 18- 

v., Tes.' 26- 

,MrL 17-828 

131 (I>2). 
18 (C-Dl). 
;an. 24-22E 



Biglake, Ark. 2-552 (E2). 
Big Lake, Minn. 18-550 (D5). 
Bislake, Wash. 28-354 (CI). 



18-31 



M, Mieh. 3-93Sd; 



! (E6). 



!S 



, ...C. 19-772 (B3). 

Bigjervllle, Pa. 21-106 (na). 

— Lick, K.C. 19-772 (B2). 

— Lick, Va. : see Boanoke. 
BIglieri, It. »-J2o. 



- Hattlesdake Creefc, riv. 

Wash. 2S-354 (DK). 
Bigred, Wyo. 28-874 (Fl) 
Big Bed, riv., Wia. 28-740(C3), 

— Rooho a Cri Creek, riv., Wia 
28-740 (B4). ^ ■■ ■■ 

— Rock, Ark..lB-792o. 

— Rock. DL 14-304 (D3L 



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Rock, Mich. 18-372 (F5). 



Mloh. 18-372 



, Mloh. 18-372 
e, rtv., S.C. 25- 
v.. Can- 1-172 



. 15-710 
, Ala. !■ 



— Sandy Creek, riv., HL 14- 

— Sandy Creek, riv., Ind. 14. 

— Sandy Creek, riv., Wyo. 28. 
814 (C3). 

— gawgrass, swamp, Fla. 10. 
540 (KS). 

B1GSBY, JOHN JEREMIAH 

Bigshy Modal 
Big Shawnco 

-IIS! 

— Sheep Croc 
354(G-HU 

— Sioux, riv., la. and- S. Dak. 
25-506 (11); 14-732 (■" "- 
25-506d; 25-15]a. 

" Big Sis " 10-ilfla. 
Big Smoky Valley, Nc 

— |no«/, nits., Mont, 14-276 

— Soldier Creek, riv- Kan. 
15-854 fOl). 

— Spring, Ky. 15-740 (B3). 
Bigepring, Neb. 19-32.1 rna 
— . Ten ii. 26-65 



s. 26-690 (F3). 



(AS). 



— Stew Crock, riv, HL 14-304 

— Stick, lake, Can. 24-225 
(A3). 

Bigstone, S.Tlak. 2S-508 (12). 

Big Stone, lake, Minn, anc 
S.Uak. 23-506 (12); 18-SS( 
(A5) ; 18-549b ; 25-507a. 

Bigstone Co., Minn. 18-550 
IA5). 

Big Stona Gap, Va, 28-118 

— Suamico, riv.. Wis. 28-71(1 
<E4). 

— Sugar Creek, riv.. Pa. 21- 
106 (C2). 

lake. Wash. 28- 
'ord'soclety 6-204d. 



354 (G 



Big Ta 

*- Thompson, 
(EI). 
"-"■■■:, Mont. 14-276 (E3). 
>er Creek, rtv., N.J. 



Mo. IS- 

6-722 



Big Ti 

19-jU'J (lj : 

BigtraLIs, W 



28-S74 (E2). 
Ii* tree (Sequoia gigantea) 
24-660a; 5-10d ; Ie-975b; 
10-6591,. 
Bigtrees, Cal. B-8 (C2). 
Big Tunc, lake, W 17-41 

(D4). 
" "*"- "' , N.Y. 19-59 



, Mich. 
-4(B3): 



- Tuppe 
(FI); ; 

18-372 (K3). ' 
Biguglia, C. PletJo 
Bigiwlia, lake, Con 

Big Valley, CaL B-8 (CI 

— Walnut, riv., Ind. 1L _ 

— Walnut Creek, riv., O. 20- 
26 (E«. 

— Warrambool, ri 
18.538 (D-El). 

— Waleree Creek, 
25-500JC-D2). 

— Wills Creek, riv, Ala. 1-480 



- Yellow Creek, riv., Ala, 1 
+60 (B2). 

lihac. Bosn. 3-1 (D4) ; A 

2S2a; 4-282h ; 4-2S5b. 
lihar, India : see. Behar. 
-, oo. Hung. 3-1 (G3). 
-, mts., Hunff. 3-4 (H3) ; Zf. 

- Dioszcg, Hune._ 3-4 <H3). 



BIHARI-LAL 
927b ; 2Z-253d 

1017a. 



BIJAPUR, India (Bombay) 3- 
927c; M-ssa (F-OID: 
architcctnro 14-433b, 27- 
961a; history 7-9110, 3- 
636a, 8-143b; incense in- 
dustry 14- :i 5 Od. 

— , India (C.P.) 3-493a. 

— , India (Nepal) 19-378d. 

— , agency, India 1B-280C 

Bijor, Pers. 21-188 (Al) ; 11- 
903b. 

BIJAWAR. state, India 3- 
928c; 14-376 (H7). 

Bijjula. Kalachurya 5-812C. 

Bijji, India, 14-382 (HO). 

Bijou, riv., India 24-6511. 

Bijnabad, Pora. 21-138 (C3). 

Bijni, India 14-376 (06) ; 8- 

)R (Bijn 

a; 14-37 
Anna 8-' 
lu.hills.S. Dak. 35-506 (F 
Urcck, riv., Colo. 6-722 JF 
luga, isls., Port.W.AL I . 

in. Hills, S.Dak. 25-5 



r Camel Corps 3 : 929c. 
isls., Pae.0. 20-136 (G3). 



. ■ 1-- ■■■ 
ice 22- 16 3a. 



.India 14-376 (L6); 



Bilad-ea -Sudan ; see Sudan. 
Bila Bora, battle : see White 

Hill, battle. 
Bila-Ma, va!., Egy. 27-289a. 
Bilamgari, Kig. 19-678 (D-El). 
Bilamgur (Tibetan ruler) 16- 

99a. 
Bilan, riv.. Pal. 20-602 (C4) ; 

2O-G02C. 
— Lagu, nit., Arm. 2-565 (B2). 
Bilano, riv., Sp. 18-7 Bfio. 
Bilashi, Kie. 19-678 (F3). 
BILASPUH, town and (Hat., 

India (C.P.) 3-929d; 14-376 



— , scare, mma : see iLainur. 
Bilate, riv., Aby. 25-8B9Ii. 
Bilateral hemiplogia (mod.) 21 

763c. 
— symmetry (zool.) 18-670d, 
Bilauktanng, m\n.. Bur. 21 

458b. 
Bilaur, Ttuss.As. : see Bolor. 
Bilawa (Abyssinian prince) : 

91h. 
BUbai (sultan) i seeZahlr. 



25-530a 

iese (1374) 5-345a; rioti 
1905) 25-5 6 6 d. 
bay, Sp. 3-9 30c. 
-BE IS (Bellies, PhclhBs) 
Cgy. 3-331a; 9-22 (Ci!) j 
.iatoiT 9-90o, 9-93c, 9-lOSb, 
J-121d. 
BILBERRY 3-931a; 9-739b 

Bllliilis'iBambolu), Sp. B-6J3b; 

4-9680. 
BU-BO (sword) 3-931h. 
Uilboa, Sp. : see Bittiao. 
Bilboes (diet.) 3-9 3 lb ; 10- 

296b. 
Bilbow Crock, riv., Ala, 1-4R0 

Bild, Beatus : see Hhenai 



Bilderlingsbnf, Buss. 23-3 
Blldeaton, Suit. 9-424 (IV. 
Bildstijekljoch, pass, All 

Bile 19-3230 ; Jaundice 



Bile duct 16 -802a ; 20-673c. 
BILEJIK (Belooomo), Asia M. 
3-i)31c; 2-760 (C2) ; 27- 



EUcs, J. H. 24-HSOd. 



B1LFINGER, GEORG BERN- 
hard3-931d; l-99b. 



— - haeioatobis. 



Bilikti 

T15u. 
liilimbi (bot.) 
Bmmo— T - J ' 
BILIN, 



idia 14-382 (E9). 



Btlinl (folk songs) 23-91 
Bilious attack (med.) 11. 

lapsing feve 
Bilirau, isl., 
(D-E5). 



P.Is. 21-392 



.tie, Iloll. 2-629C. 



powers 9 - i'i 






of ■ 



„ N.S.W. 



BQla Billa, W 
rtillahorig Cre 

19*538 (CI). 
Billaeus, riv., Tark.As. 2-760 

(D2) : Sfe also Filiyas Glial. 
Billard, mt., Alps 26-243 (B4). 
BILLAUD -VaRENNE, 

Jaoques Nicolas 3-933C 
Billhergia 4-6321). 
""' ■— ' — 4-631c; 17-733a; 



17-7341 . 
Billcock ; see W: 






Bille, 

Hillea,, 

Billoborga, Swed. 26 - 190 

(B4). 
Biiloil 25-378(1. 
Billerica, Mass. 17-852 (El). 
Billorieay, llss. 16-942 (P3). 
liillesdon, Loics. 9-429 (III. 



F2). 



BILLETING 3-9 



, Swed. 26-190 (B3); 

iict.) 3-934a. 
3-934b ; lS-034h. 
3-i)34b; 13-322d. 
b ; 14-831b. 



BILOXI, Miss. 3-fl46ii ; 18-000 

(B5) : 18- 600b. 
—.bay, Miss. lE-CflO (D5)j 

18-53ab. 
Bilpa, N.S.W. 1B-53S (B-C2). 
B.lnula : see Bellacoola. 
Bilsi, I^dia4-737b. 
liilaington, Kent 15-739b. 
Bilsko, Aus. : see BieLta. 
Bilson-Legge, Henry : set 

Legge, Henry. 
BUjSTbN, Stalls. 3-946b ; 25- 



N.C. 



19-772 (B4); 

" r *-* <D*i)?' 



BILTONG (diet.) 3-91 6c. 



liilleU, J.1J. 14-304 (E5). 
Billet wood ; see. Blaet ebony. 
""'■ ""'■ "■■ ■ " """(F«. 



BILLIARDS 3-3 



Biilingborough, Li 



95 Id. 
lilllnge. La: 
16-140b. 



marouess 
, Barnabaa 

ics. 9-116 ] 

, Hunts. 13- 

B-139 (C2) i 

139 (C2). 
xed. 26-190 



Bilndali, Ice. 14-228 (A2). 
liiiugyun, isl. Bur. 18-936a. 
Bilwai, India 14-376 (K6). 
liilyanovato,Sorv.24-086(B2). 
Bilyutai, port. Huts. As.3-2 16a. 
Bima, Mal^vroh. 17-466 (D4) ; 

— , bay, MoI.Arch. 26- 7 5a. 
— , state, MaLArch. 86-TSa. 
Bi ma, Chandi, temple, J a va 15- 

Bimula Shah ! see Viinala 



Bimcridao 14-lsia. 

BIMETALLISM 3-94 

705c ; Bryan's 



Billmgsellidae 4- 6 36a. 
BUliiigsfe 
(A-B2) 



^resbam's l^aw 



BIMLIPATAM, India 3-947dj 

14-382 (Kll). 
Bimyosai (Japanese author) 

15-1 7 la. 
Bin, The, mt., Scot. 21-112 



oft, Mass. 17-852 (F3) ; 21- 



1, P.Is. 21-392 (B3). 
N.S.W. 19-538 (E4). 



Ulllo, Aby. 1-83 (map). 

BILL OF EXCHANGE 3-940o ; 
3-35la; days ot grace 7- 
876b; indorsement 14-501a ; 



BILL OF SALE 3 

45 Id. 
Bill of Sale Aoti 



(CI); 21.180c; 27-171a; 15- 
780a. 
BINAN, P.Is. 3-948a ; 21-392 



Binarv compound 6-40b. 



— scale 18 703d. 

I-B4.„„ , _- 

, ^ i of 2- 

. 13.393a, 25-10443 ; 
nvagnitude of 25-786a ; par- 



BillOn 

Billoin 
27-92c. 



Cliri 



1] 19-8 



Billot, Jean Baptistc 11-1 

10-882d. 
BILLROTH, ALBERT C. 

3-915b;3-157d. 
Bills, The, rocks, Ire. 14-744 

(A3). 
Billung, duke of Saxon 

Hermann, duke of fit-. 

Billungs, Mark ot the 11-834 

Billwiller's acetylene burr 

140c. 
Bill Williams, int., Aris. 2-514 

— Williams Fork, riv., Ari 

2-544 (B2) ; 6-725b. 
Billy bo v 4-99a. 
Bilma, Sah. 3-945c. 
BILMA, oasis, Hah. 3-945C 

1-320 (E3) ; 23-461c. 
BILNEY, THOMAS 3-9 45 d. 



17-157b. 

Thrk^is. 2-760 (G3)':2-757ot 



(K-F3); 10-660C. 
BINCHOIS, EGIDIUS 3-948a. 
Binek, Jacob (engraver) 28- 

799o. 
Binokes, Jacob (sailor) 19- 

621b. 
Bincombo, Dorset. 9-420 (IIL 

C5) ; geology 8-431d. 
Bind (falconry) 10 -142 a. 
-(lencing) 10-593d, 



, Hun 



'. 19-538 (E4). 
', Nor, 19-8B 



Bindals, Jjc 

(B2). 

Binder. Carrier. 5-110 (B2). 
— , Fr.Cong. 11-99 (Al) ; 1 

100b. ■ 
Binder^ (concrete) 23-39 2b. 



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BindhacbaL India 18-577b. 
— , nits., India 4-7B7b. 
Bindloe, isl., Galapagos la, 



Howard, earl of. 
Bindon, Dorset. 8-436b. 
Binduri, Go.Cat. 12-203 (Bl). 
Eindusara (Indian ruler) 2- 

704a;14-:s99o. 
Bindweed 7-67b; sea, see Sea 

bindweed. 
Eino 13-081tf. 
Binen'l- lake. Srnt. 23-Sflfl. 
Eincf; 



— , Alfrod 12-8 60a. 
— , Claude 3-Sl.ld. 
— , J. (mathematician) 17' 

— , Victor (J. B. B. Biuct) 20- 

Btnevcnaeh, int.. Ire. 14-7: 

■ ■■ 
Binileid, Berks. 16-813 (A3). 
"' ' "' N.Dak. 1S-7S0(F2) 
' Griindhal (pottery 



Ejniord, N 

" ! -~ and 

Lers) 5-7(>0a. 
•a, N.S.W. 19-53 
" 8-162a. 
isL, Lads. 

l, Malta 17-5i 
"alto 17-50$ 



2-952d 
Bingaro, 

— , hill! 



17-507C. 



Einger, Ok la. 2 



goldfield, N.B.W. 26- 



i, whirlpool 

BiJiK-crville. Iv.Cat. 11-204 

(Eli) i IS -00b. 
Binsenl, mt.. Arm. 2-565 (02) ; 

2-5Ula. 
Binghaisa, pt„ Malta 17-508 

(Ei'; 
Binghi 



Claries 



: see Luc 
(<1. 16'i 



irllenr 



-, Sir Richard 14-7 



Bingham, A 
— , i IJ- 
— , Me. 17-4 
.Mich. 18. 
Notts. 9- . 
Janyon, U 
7- a 13d. 
:'o., Ida- 
4-277d- 



cleric, 1439) 5- 

(U.S. mer 
3-948d;3-, 



<B2) 
14-2T8 (C-D4); 
in. 18-530 (B-C7; 



— , Tenn. 26-630 (B2). 
Blngie Grumble, mt., J 

19-638 (E2). 
Biugium, <ler. : see Binj 
Bingkoku, mt., .Mai. An 

466 (E3). 
Bingler, F. K. 6-676(1. 
BINGLEY, Yorfcs. 3-0 IS 



Binham, Norf. 9*421 (IV, ill) 

19-746d. 
BJnh-C'Iiong, Annam 14-19S 

(fi). 
— JHiih, Annam 14-498 <F5). 
Binhogha, mt., Tuik.Ae. : set 

Binh-Thu'an, Annam 14-49S 

(E-F6). 
Bini. Carlo 12-672b. 
— , Severin 1B-S28b. 
Biiii (people) 1-320<L 
Biniana, Sp. : sff Baena. 
BINIOU3-94Sd. 
Bitiiaalcm, Hal. la. : see Belli 

Biiijal, Sum. 26-71 (A2). 
Bin)Q, mta., India 23-224d. 
BINHALEY,P.Ia.3-949a; 21- 
392 (A3-4). 



Binn, hill, Scot. 4-S61e ; geo- 
' -y 24-41 7u. 

l, Switz. 26-242 (El). 

i ne, It.Soinmd. 25-379 

v.\ Switz. 26-242 (E4) ; 

BINNACLE 3-949a; 6-S09b. 
"innenthal, vol., Sv.-itz. ; coo- 
logy 4-57c, 2G-G71a, l-910a. 

inney, Amoii2-2S4a. 

-, EDWARD WILLIAM 3- 



24-418 (D3). 
Binnaville, ilisa. 18-600 (D3). 
EinnyCrak,hill,Scot, i 16-731c 

Binocular, lake, Tib. 6-11!. 

BINOCULAR INSTRUMENT 3 
949(li 18-403d; 25-8970. 



.-606c: extensions of 1- 
:10o; fables 26- Sg. la. 
londo, Manila 17-378c. 
.ongko, ial., Alal.Areh. 17- 
:66 <E4>. 
lormal ll-720b. 
isteld, Ger. 11-308 (A3). 
latod, Hants. 9-120 (HI. I'l). 
it, (list., Pcrs. 3-297a. 
itang, archip., Dcli.K.Ind. : 

Mai.Pcn. 17-4T3 (DB) ; 

14-3S2 <I10); 



23-3G3b. 



lulu, lior.l7-4!i 



; 24- 



Binya, N.S.W. 19-538 (C-D4). 
BINYON, LAURENCE 3-352,-s 



Bio (Bion) (philosopl 

70411. 
Bio, Ga. 11-752(1)1). 
Rin.Rin r.™^ d-'hii * 



Biogenesis 3' 



BIOGRAPHY 3-952d; 



BIOLOGY 3-9. 



:8 22-01 



1- I 



irobability theorv 23-306o 
ipence.-'a treatment 25 
ijflb; study of 24-393b, 2! 

-metrics 10- 3 6b ; 27-909c. 
Hiielrika 9-8S5a. 
imyxal0-G32c 



din? 



l 26-701 



3-056b ; : 
■ 17-181 



undo, Flavio 10-666d. 
momira io-30a'; 28-1024d! 



Bjo: 



Eioac'^-ka 



laptera 11-423&. 
th cent.) 14-2:>2a. 
iclakappi (11th C( 

son of Skardaa : 

' " 35-S30 (F2). 



)14-171b. 

Gu.Save'l6-7:'4h. 
JEAN BAPTISTE 3-95 
inlloon ascents l-200b ; 
,4-2(1 ■ dnuble rciraction 
:ycl<rpafdi<i Bri\ 



ork for 

ionoilij" 



27-9 



o torn 



Biotros 


oiratio 


n 13-443a. 


lipala: 


9-38lla. 


Bipaliu 


n21-7 
21-70 


2d. 




a (flc.). 


Bi parous cym 


: gee Dichaal 






tor3-S57e. 


31PAHTITE ( 


lot.) 3- 9 5 7c 


— (bot 


16-334d. 


Hipenui 


1-24 




Bipinna 


ria lar 


ral6-220o; 


237a 


18-2 






te(dit 


.) 16-32flb: 




tiflii ( 


let.)16-324c 


. . 


tiparti 


to (diet.) 


Bipolar 


a-larr 


a 14-1 58c. 




.1 


-2Ju. 


Bipolar 




celll9-401b 



iippns, Ind. 14-422 (F3), 



BIQUADRATIC { 
— cq.uatiun9-71! 
—_ parabola 20-7 



.| 3-057d. 
l-42()b. 
ec Iladad. 



Biradiohttsl6-124a. 
Hlrapfo pontoon 22-68h. 
Biraguo, Bene do 10-830c ; i 

1017b. 
Birah, Turk. A*. 9-100a. 
Birak, P.[s. 21-392 (E4>. 
Eir AlaU, Sah. l-3i0 (E3) ; 2 

Bi ram." Slid. 13-69e. 



). 24-12; 



BIRBHUM, dist., India! 

14.37Rf\r8). 

Af. 19-093 
grotto, Ari 

la BeU 24-51 



5-299d. 



P/oil 



1150b. 



1691) 16-359b. 



wk.) 24-22.' 
552 (B-C3). 



Birchardvilk 



M Magna), Korf.: 

'ra.ai-ioeffi!!). 



BIRCH -PFEIFFER, CHAR- 

lotte 3-95 9b. 
Hirell Run, Mich. 18-372 (06). 
BirchninTillo, Pa. 21-106 (16). 
Birch Tree, Mo. 18-608 (E5). 
— Vale, Derby. 28-933 (B3). 
Birchwood, Tenn. 26-620 (G2). 
— , Wis. 26-740 (B3). 



Villian 



s 16-3fJGiI. 



Villian 



(cheseplaver) 6- 103d. 

•d, Ark. 2-552 (E2). 

, isl., Hawaii 13-81 (B3) ; 20- 

, ial., Bui.O. 1-320 (15) ; 24- 

751p ; geology 24-751C. 

, isl.. La. (Blanche Bay) 17- 

54 (C4). 

, isl., W.Ind. : see Atcb 

, isla., Can. 22-724 (E3) 



, La. (Bret, 



. Sound) 



SfGTL 

*0(csj: 



Bird-in , .. 

Bird Ialand, Minn. 18-5 
Bird-lime 16-G93C ; fee ,„*u 

BIRD-LOUSE 3-B7Bb ; 19' 
"" (fig.); 13-431a ; pbylo- 



BIBDO 



y 13-43 



3-978d; 



Bird's beak moulding 1B-9320 

(fig.). 
Birdaboro, Pa. 21-106 (L5). 
Birdsoyc, Ind. 14-422 (D8). 
BIRD'S EYE 3-978b. 

— eye maple : see Sugar Maple, 

— eye marble 17-676d. 

— eye pattern 8-1661). 

— eye tobacco 3-978c ; mani)- 



irds of Prey: : 
Owl ; diurnal, 
and Falcon if oi 



BiriJum Creek, riv., 

960 (B3). 
BIRDWOOD, SIR G 



assi Station 3-S76c 

28 -1026c (Lin 

!B-1028b (Cl.vier) 

i-644c ; diaphraen 



i llight 10 -506b; 
.1 age 2S-1017a; 
1 33a; liver 16- 8 02 b; 
- 16-97od; r'" - 

iy'tho'logy 6-87a, 1- 
175b ; nervous ays- 
66c, 19-40JC, 25- 



productivc system 3-909(1, 
23-135a; reapiratoryaystem 
3-9fiWc, 23-1870; secondary 
sexual characters 24-7460, 
skull 25-200e, 23-143b (fig.); 



hiiracie duet 17-iG7d ; thv- 
oid gland 8-B35b ; tongue 
!7-81i ; urinary system 27- 



Birdconc27-212c. 

Bird Oeek, riv., Okla. 20-58 

(El). 
Bird -dance is- 3 35 b. 
Birdoll, Ark. 2-552 (Dl). 
Btrdeye, Ark. 2-552 (E2). 
Birdliam, Suaaex 9-420 Oil. 



rab. 2-264 (G3) ; 

ip_) 24-86 4d. 
ERNST JOHAN 
.f Courland 3-979d j 
ai-auuo. 
Bir ea Seba, Syr. : see Beer- 

eheba. 
BIRETTA 3.980c. 
BIRGER (jarl of Bjalbo) 3- 
981b ; 26-199b ; defeat 
(1240) l-5G6b; Finland es- 
pedition 10.385b. 
Birgham, Bent, 6-6G4c ; con- 

—7 , Treaty of (1290) 24-434b. 

t : see Bridget, St. 

., Ire. r tee Barrow. 

il.) 17-457d. 
— latro ; ere Robber-crab. 
Bir Hamam, Egy. 9-40 <A1). 
Birhar (Birhor) 19 -2p. 
Bir Hooker, Egy. 9-22 (B2). 



Bb-gua, r 



r. 19-8 



-, riv., N 



Syria). 



1.19-487 (CI). 

:. 19-093 (B6) ; 3- 



Biriszlo, Peter 13-flI0a. 
BIRJEND, Pere, 3-981C ; 21- 

188 (C2); 13-330a. 
Birkacre, Lanes. 16-139 (C2). 
Birkaker, Nor. 18-804 (Dl). 
Sirkarlians 16-205d. 
BIRKBECK. GEORGE 3-9814. 
Birkbeck, 111. 14-304 (D3). 
Birkbeok Collego, Lond. 3- 

98ld; 22-40d. 



9 <A2) ; 



Birkeland, Eristian 
2-934e, m 2-932e; 



17-377b, 17-3848 r 



BIRK-BLAC 



Bi r Se t-el - Kerun, el-IOialil, &u., 

Kb alii, t 
Birkf Bid, A 

(E2>. 



To make full use of this Index It is essential to read the 
Instructions given on Page 1. 



613d. 



mp). 



BirkiEt. Ger. 8-577 (T>lai.,. 
Birkin, Yorks. 8-416 (II. E2) ; 

2B-93M. 
Birkin & Co. : lace machine 

16-ilb; 16-46b. 
Birkin Brook, riv., Ches. 16- 

139 (D3). 
Blrkinshaw, J. 22-819d. 
Birkit. tribe 1-3390. 
Blrkkarspltzo, mt., Alps 1- 

746a. 
Blrkot, Afg. 15-631a. 



(E5). 



„ S.ius. 2-960 



ir Lebnk, Eur. 9-40 (Al). 
rling, Kent 16-9-12 (F3). 
rlinn(boat)3-791d. 
■rlinn o/ Cltmranald (Mac 
rlonaHl) 5-63GC. 
rim, riv., India : see Be 



, India i 



-133d. 



— . Conn. 8-952 <C4) ; 8-< 

— '. i'a.' 14-732 [F4).' 

— , III, 14-304 (B3). 

— , Ky. 15-740 (B2). 

—.Mich. 18-372 (F2). 

— , Mo. 18-608 (B2). 

— , M.J. 19-502 <C4). 

— , O. 20-26 (F2). 

— , Pa. 21-108 (F4) ; 27-£ 

BIRMINGHAM. Warwick. 3- 
983e; 25-758 (B2) ; art 
school 3-9SGh, 2-7 04a : 
bishopric 9-*21b ; cathedral 
5-520d : Chamber of Ooi 
merce 27-135c ; dog sho' 
8-376h ; Reolosy 9-413L , 
7b, 13-822d; 



illeg 



ts 2- 4 39 d.lB - 2 1 3( Plato ); 
i 13-731o; tramways 
Blc, 27-164a; water 
ly 3-985b, 2-244d, 28- 



llbra 



16- 



26-492d. 

— and Liverpool 
Canal. Enjr. 7-607d. 

Birmingham compact (1889) 

— Education League .„. 

— General Provident Friendly 
Society ll-2l9d. 

Jlirmingham Post 19.564a. 

"' — ' — ' — a Royal Society 

"02a. 

Illustration 1 

-Smi'll Arms Co. 3-98T« ; 27- 
130c. 

- Vinegar Co. r. Powell 27- 
132a. 

- Water-works, Wales 9-428 



— , mt., Scot. 8-6S0d. 
—. pass. Soot. 8-6S0d. 
— Wood, Soot. B-683ft. 
Birnam wood. Wis. 28-740 (D4). 
Bir Natron, oasis, Egy. 26-9 



5-365d. 
Birnbeck, i 



•n 3-989a ; 2-591& 
ont. 14-976 (F3>. 

mt.. Alls. 24-104&. 

, Nig. 19-878 (Fl)I 4- 



ii<bo 



.) 2-2aib. 



9-270c. 



9-287c ; 

6 (HA); 

BlrninGwari, Nig. 19-67 8(C2). 
Birni N'Konnl, Fr.W.Af. 11- 

204 <HS>. 
"' " ■ -v., Scot. 18-645d. 



228 (C-Ui 



indr, II 



. 14- 



BIRON, 

— , A. L. DE GONTAUT, dnc 

de3-9S9D ; 11-ieOa. 
— , C. DE GOHTAUT, duo de 

Biron, ' Fr. 10-778 (E5) ; 8- 

„idia>7- 

.(03 J. 



BIRR Ire. 



289a. 



r Castle Obeervati 



i, Trip. 27- 
, Ire. 



V.Af. 12-203(li3). 



— , isl ' ScotV21-4*12 (FI); 25' 

Birschop, Chriatoph 20»509b, 

Ufrae, Scot. 15- 801c. 

— , riv., Switz. 26-242 (D2) ; 

Birscsci, Hum. 23-826 (02). 
BirsiK. riv., Switz. 26-245 

(C-Dl). 
Birsilp.ir, India 14-376 (MS). 
Birsinghpur, India 14- 37 1 

(18). 
Birsk, Rubs. 23-872 (14) ; 27- 

Bira Nimrud, Turk.As. ; set 

Bcrsippa. 
Birstall, Yorks. 28-933 (C2) ; 

28-935a. 
Birstwith, Yorks. 9-416 (II. 

Dl). 
BIT Sultan, oasis, Egy. 1 set 

Bir Natron. 

2-552 (B2). 



i, lake, China 



•e Nan- 



7-337 d; 

Irish CUfciuiii imiiiiBiiw w 

757b_' L mythology 19-33 5b, 



myths 24-67 8c 

27-8 8 d. 
BIRTH (law) 3-990b , c< 

cealment 14-517a; res 

tration 3-990b. 14-301b. 
Birtha, Asia M. : see Birejil 
Blrth-chapel l-81a. 

— of the Prophet (feaUva 
see Nebl. Molid en. 

— palsy : sec Infantile 

22-99a, 

problom 13-S20b ; illegi 
macyl4-301a;rateroperanc 
26-579b ; negroes 19-347d 
"' — -— •-- ™.J.36bi 
United 

Births' and ~D( 



.Kingdom 27- 599b. 



;hs Itegistra. 
lb ; 7-900a. 



Birthwort. 2- 498c i 10-506b 

(tig.). 
Birti, Sud. 18-687a. 
Blrtilo (count) 4-492b. 
BirtTe, Can. 17-584 (A2). 
Birtley, Dur. 9-412 (I. ES). 
— , Northumb. 9-412 (I. D2). 
Birt« Morton Court, Worcs. 

28-824d. 
Blrtwhlstle v. Vardill 28-658b ; 

16.379c 
Blrn, Jati. : see Moyoro. 
Bimna, Syr. : srs Beirut. 
Blmna (head-iiross) 18-62 7b. 
BIRUNI(Arab.soholar)3-991a. 
Blrupa, riv., India : seeBiropa. 
Biruta. Syr. ; see Beirut. 
Biryuch, Husa. 23-872 (E5) ; 

28-2 12a. 
— . pen., Euss. 23-874 (I. B3). 
Blryusa, dlst., Enes.Aa. 28- 



Biryusa, riv., Russ.As. 2S-10 

(Ell). 
BirKuloT, Russ. 23-874 (I. B3). 
Bisa, isl., Mal.Arch. 17-466 

(F3). 
Bisa (Wisa), dialects 3-359d. 
Bi^iiccia. It. 15-4 (E4) ; lS-8a. 



Bisahi 

Bash; 
Bisahu- 



;qnino. Sic. 15-4 (DO). 



India: 
swamp, Br.E. 



iisautbe. Turk. : see Elodoski. 
lisarcio, Sard. 20-429U. 
lisbee, Ariz. 2-544 (Dl) j B- 
646c; 18-506C. 



3-991b; 2S-536 (Dl) ; 25- 

531(1; 19-282C. 
BISCAY, BAY OF (Golte de 

Gascogne), Atl.O. 3-991d : 

2S-53G (O-Dl)i height of 

waves 4-47 5 c. 
— , bay, Nfd. 19-479 (D3). 
Biscayan dialect 3-48 Cd. 
Biscayers' Hook (Poiut Wel- 



duko of 4-250 



; i- 



liof, C. G. C. ll-490b. 
1 Th. L. W. vi 

l-936d ; 



BISCEGLIE, It. 3-092a ; 15' 

r ; Ger^ 

hoff,' 

groivth 21-538a ; * embryo- 
logy 9-326d; feitilizat' — 
23-11 3d. 
tisehofl, mt,. Tas,26-438 U 
lischoffsboim, R. L. 19-957... 
lischoflswerder, J. R. von 11- 



lijsoliofsburg, Ger 
808 (III. ( 



Oer. (Bav.) 11- 

ise)li-808 (II. m9) 
..™.™uuion, Aus. 3-4 (C3). 
BISCHOFSWERDA, Ger. 3- 

992a; 11-808 (E3). 
Bischofswerder, Ger. 11-805 

(G2). 
.Bischofszell, Switz. 26-242 

Bisetiofteimtz, Aus. 3-4 (G2). 



21-fle.Hb; 21-961 
2-552 (D3). 



figures 5-755d j Sevres Pg- 

Bisdiazo-acotic acid 14-lIOd. 

BL-!e(wind>4-487d. 

Bisoctlng wheel (Orework) 10- 

423a. 
BISECTRIX (diet.) 3-992d. 
BlBeatica, isl., It. 4-179d. 
Biaenzlo, riv.. It. 22- 2 5 5a. 
Bish ; see Bikh. 
Bi-slmhr dervishes 8- 7 6ft. 
Bisham, Berks. 16-942 (A2). 
BishanSmgh4-798b. 
Bi^bnTR : *w Wad Blshara. 
13-5 5 8 d. 
l-la; l-329b; 26- 



Bisharat A! 
BISHARIN 

Blshbalfg, 1 



rnrkest. : seeTJrum- 

India 14-376 (06). 
■_ J!cnnrps3-714d, 
a 3.133b. 



Bishop, Gladden 18. 

955(1. 
—.SIR HENRY 

la; 17.250b. 
— , ISABELLA 4-le; 1- 
— , Kichard M. 20-31a. 
Bishop, Cal. 3-8 (133). 
— , III. 14-304 <C3). 
— , Md. 17-828 (14). 
— , Pa. 21-106 (B5). 
— , lake, Scot. 24-41 S (C3), 16- 

137a. 
— , mt., Scot. 24-418 (E2) ; : 

824b ; 15-824a. 
BISHOP4-ld; B-335b ; appeal : 



lulO'dj chnrch consccrati 
colonial appoii 
nglican 2-20b ; K 



314a; 
..... i 
7-918d: 



Bishop's transcripts 23-4*)b. 
Bishop's Waltham, llanta. 9- 
420(111. E5); 12-9 03b ; 12- 

Bishops' Wars 5-907d; 5-908a. 
Bishop's Wearmouth, Dnr. : 

: Bishopwearmonth. 

r ood, Staffs. 25-758 (A1J. 

Dpsworth, Som. 9-430 (VI. 



12-39 5 b i 

Bishopton) Scot. 24-418 (B3); 

7-8i6b; 22-277d. 
BishopviUe, S.C. 25-500 (D2). 
Bishopvillo (meteorite) 18- 

2S4a. 
Bisbopwearmoutti, Dur. 26- 

100b ; 8-708C. 
Bishop Wilsr- «-•.—!- -■ 

Sodor and 

School. 
Bishop Wilton, Yorks. 9- 

. ,(H. r" 



1 Jlan Thoologica 



France lO-908b, 10-92Bb, : 
10-912b, 10-889a ; epi«!Opal ■ 



with i 



e 10-2 



identity with eld-jrs 22-284a; 
investiture 14-722b, 9-478d ; 
Irish church (early) 14-761c, 
14-7Bva, 14-774B; Jurlsdlo- 
tion 8 859a, 5-803b, B-S57b ; 
Lutheran doctrine 26-1 12a ; 
methodist 6-6550. 18-296c ; 
mitre 18-625c ; origin o! 
office 6-929a, 6-483b, 22- 



— (chess) 6-102d; 6-94a. 
BI9HOP AUCKLAND, Dul 

4a; B-412(I. E3). 
Bishopbriges, Scot. 24-418 

(map); £2-81 (03). 
Bishop Burton, Yorks. 9-416 

(H. Vf). 
Bishop Cosin's Hall, Dui 

27-?T2c. 
Bishop Creek, rir.. 111. 14 



- Safwan 5- 3 6a. 
Ushrl, mts., Turk 
,(C2). 



Bisi (bishop) 26-766a, 
Bisl, Khod. 25-466 (HI). 
Bisica Lncana, N.Af. ; SEeTas- 

Bisignano, It. 1S-4 (F5) ; 17- 

717d. 
Bisithal, val., Swltz. 26-242 

(F3). ■ 
Bisitun, Pers. : see Behistnn. 
Bisk ; see Bisyue. 

dict.)l-690d. 



(C2). 






1 Hall, Dur 



„>Ut. 4-4d. 

is 4-1 40a. 
.... _3-1001b, 
os. B5-1042d. 



Bishopmill, Soot. 9-2690. 
Bishop Monkton, Yorks. 9- 

(It. Dl). 
Bishoprics Act 4-3b. 
Bishop Rook, Corn. 9 - 

(YI. A2); 16-629d; 16-' 

(table). 
Bishop Salmon's gateway, Iv 

wicli 19-820a. 
Bishop 



Biskra 

100 lb)" 

... 042d. 

BISLEY, Snr. 4-5a ; 16-942 
""'""' ; camp 16-942 (B3) ; 
)gy 26-140&; shooting 

ests 23-334d. 

BisUg, P.Is. 21.392 (F6). 
-, bay. P.Is. 21-392 "*"' 

— , Herbert yon 4- 



[ 0). 



(IV. EJ). 



Bish, 



s Brook, i 



., N.B 



19- 



490 (E2). 

— Cannings, Wilts. 
C4): 28- 700c. 

BISHOP'S CASTLE, Salop. 4- 

4b ; 9-420 (III. ' ^ 

— Caundle, Dorsi 



A2"). 



Falls, Nfd. 19-4 



Bishops' Resignation Act 

(1869) 4- 3c. 
Bishop's Seat, int., Scot. 24- 

418 (A-B3). 
Blshopstoke,Hants.9-420(III. 

E5) ; 12-903c. 
Bishopstoo, Wales 9-428 (V. 

CI) : 12-300d. 
Bishopslone, Sus. 9-424 <IV. 



11.890b; anti-semitlsm 2- 
136b ; Austrian attitude to- 
wards 3-33d ; Berlin confer- 
ence 6-9180, 3-790d ; BriUsh 
policy 12-2 12a; Busch on 
4-8«9b; diplomacy 8-296a; 
French policy 10-S94d, 10- 
899a; German policy 11- 
870c, ll-877c, n-881a: 
Hnhenloho revelations 28- 
668d ; Italian policy 15-59c, 
4-9570, 15-68d, 15-60c ; pa- 
pal policy 20-717b, 15-61b ; 

policy 23-838d; 
:rolstein24-339a; 
..ks'War24-710a; 
1 3-601b, 2S-304d; 
irae a-787a! Triple Alii- 
co 15-70b ; ■ Tunisia 15- 
d ; William I. 28-6660. 
;yhilIavon4-8d. 
Vilhelm von 4-Sd. 
larck. Ark. 2-552 (B3J. 
Sin. 20-114 (B3). 
11. 14-304 (B3). 
, .10. 1S-60S (F4). 
—, Neb. 19-324 (H3), 
BISMARCK, N.Dak. 4-Bb ; 18- 

780 (DS): 19-7830. 
— , Pa. 21-106 (I.-K5). 
— , Wash. 28-354 (G4i. 
BISMARCK, arehip., Pao.O. 
4-9b ; 19-487 (E-Fl) ; 19- 
48fld ; 19-489c ; missions 
18-592c; statistics ll-818c. 
*-~ ' "' "■'1(B2). 



:■ t2- i 



1 IE2); 



iflrckbuK-. E.Af. 11-771 

S); 11.773b. 

Y.Af. 12-203 (C2)[ 26> 

Bismil, Arm. 2-565 (C3). 



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instructions given on Page 1. OI«fV DLHV 



BISMILLAH (diet.) 4-Bo 
Biamiie 4-1 lb. 
BISMUTH 4-De; allovs 4 



9-S15J, 2-D52il; 
— bromide 4-10d. 



i BITHUB, India 4-1 
ITHYNIA. prov.' A 



; 22-lGSb; 22-1' 



, GEORGE EDWIN 



l, nermann Willielm 24- 



BIS5EXT, or BISSEXTUS 4- 



BITONTO, It. 4-13c; 
(F4); 15-26 (Ft]: 1 
(1735) 21-982a; oath 
2-39«li : 19-755tl. 

Bit.™ Par, India 14 

BITSCH, Ger. 4-!3e ; 1 

Bitta<!l« ; arc Binnacle. 

BitteiifeliL Hcrwarth. vi 

757a; 24-710e. 
BITTER, KARL THEODORE 

[TERFELD, Ger. 4-1; 

iter fcnnci_iO-2j6b. 

.tor (Greatfe'lako 9-32 (D 

(Little), lake, Egy. 9 

terlt'r. Salop 9-420 C 
3S); 24-10220. 
..teflich, Hans24-514d\ 
iITTERLING4-l!ld ; 20-71 





BITZUJS, 



Biysk, 11U9S.A9. 25-1(1 (D3; 



1ZET, GEORGES 4-1 



BJORNSON, BJORNSTJERNE 



Ink, cape. Den. 8- 



BLACHFORD, FREDERI 

Rogers 4-173. 
Rlaotilv, Ore?. 20-242 (B3). 
BLACK, ADAM 4 -18a; ? 



19-5U6 |D-E2) 



LIAM'4-lBb; 18-8' 



BITTERN ( 
BITTERN *( 



— Root. into., Wash. S-7 

(B3>. 
BITTERS 4 : 14c; 3-G13b 



Bjarme, Brynjolf : 



il6-i:i0e; 28-1 



BITUMEN 4-lld; 13-5: 



>, is]., Nov. 19-8 
). 23-873 (C7); 28- 



BJORNEBORG, 



iSt. 



(Kliamnue franeula 
.North American; at 
flfueens. 2-980 (H4). 



BLACK APE 



i-446a : in China 



BLAC-BLAN 



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Instructions given on Page I. 



Black Beard, IsL, Ga. 11-752 

(El). 
Blackboard (pirate) I see 

Leach, Edward. 
Black Bear Island, lake. Can. 

24-225 (B2). 

~^™o° k h ( " g ' ): *" 

BLACKBERRY (Bramble) 4- 
19c; m-lOa ; 23-723b (iig.l; 
British Central Africa 4- 
596e. 

Blank bindweed 22 . 26a ; 



BLACKBIRD 4-19d 
>ird Creek, riy 



., Del. 17- 



6-S7a. 



8-28 (Hi!). 
Black body (physics; 

— Bolgary, Russ.As.: see ^roa 
Bolgary. 

— Bones (tribe) 15-828d. 
Black Book ol Carmarthe- 

(Welsh MSS.). history S 
610a; 5-B18rl. 

— Book ol Clanranald 5-635d 



535d ; 24-536c. 



■/ the Household 13- 



, N.J. 19- 
kete Sereer. 



— bryony 9-262b ; 21-7T2d. 
BLACK-BUCK 4-20a ; 2-91a. 
BLACKBURN, COLIN, baron 

law7-192a; martlallaw 17- 



Black Craig, rock, Scot. 2£- 

1010c. 
Black crampfish 22-930d. 
Blaekcreok, N.C, 19-772 (E2). 
Black Creek, Wis. 28-110 (El). 

— Creek, riy., Ala. 1-460 (Ji5). 

— Cceek.riv., Fia.l0-540(D6j, 

— Creek, riy,, la. 28-710 (AH). 

— Creek, riy., Ilid. 14-422 (G2), 

— Croek,' riy., Mich. (Alcona 

— Creek, riv., Mich.. (Muske- 
gon Co.) 18-372 (D6). 

— Creek, riv., N.Y. (Albany 
Co.) 19-596 (Bl). 

". (Allegany 



■ 596 (C3). 

riy., N.Y. (Gonea 



i.) 38-710 (Dl). 
roek, riv., Wis. (i 

(El). 



lert 3-584d. 

-6-lSe. 

i) 7-790b. 

. 1:148) 21-691a; 

I 9-50 3b, 1-39 0b, 



ron (Sunt 
:. 6-ll7b. 



rn. Ark. 2-552 (A3). 



BLACKBURN, Lan 



731d. 



16- 



;t.28-623b. 



Blaekburae', Franc 
— , FRANCIS (lord 
~^Luncelot(arehbp.)2S-92Se; 



4-882e. 

103 d. 



i playe 



Black burnf an warbler 27-633d. 
Blackburn Royers 10-6 2 2 a. 
Blackburn's Ford, Va., battle 

(1861)4-791c. 
Bla.-kburnal.ire : see Black- 



Auguetiniai 
. 2-544 (A2) ; 
-. 6-722 (C3) 



— Charch, Londonderry 16- 



BLACKCOCK 4-20d : 
(lift.); close season 
hybridism 5-25Ia ; 



12- 63 7 d 
1-4 lid; 
plumage 



10-228d, „ „...,,_. „„,„. 

Black Codes 27-713o. 

Black Combe, mt. Comb. 9< 



— dog of Winchester 3-S99b. 

— Dogwood : see Black Alder 
(Rbamnus Frangula). 

— Dome, nit., N.Y. 19-596 
(A-Bl). 

Black down. Queens. 2-960 

(OH). 
Black Down, hill, Rom. 9-130 

(VI. Ol); 25-388C. 

— Down, hills, Dey. and Som. 
8-430 (VI. F2) ; geolog " 
331c. 

Blackdown, hiU, Sur. 13- 
Black draught 24- ttlOd. 

— Drin, riy., Turk. 27-426 
(B2); i-482c. 

— dtongo 10-670a ; 18-496i 
BLACKDROF 4-21c. 
Blackduck, Minn. 1B-550 (C; 
Black Duck, lake, Minn, 1 

550 (E2). 

— Dyke. Northnmb. 19-793* 

— Eagle, falls, Mont. 12-39f ... 

— Eagle (order) IS - 861b 
(Plato); 6-685B. 
'--' " ' 12-919d. 



Blackfoot, riv., Ida. 14-271 

(C-Dl). 
Black-footed polecat 21-977c. 
lilackCoid, Lady Isabella 20 

Slid. 
Ulacklord, Ky. 15-740 [A3). 
— Scot. 24-118 (D^). 
— , liill, Scot. S-939d. 



ll-807a 
— Forest, 

259b. 
Blackfork, 
Black lor 
__(D3). 

—.Forki ; 
(CI). 



Ark. 2-552 
0-26 (E-F3). 



— frankincense oil I 
Black Friars 2-911s 

Dominicans 
Blackfriars 
16-910b. 

— Hriclee, Lond. 



id. 23-222a 
6-938 (F2) ; 
;, Lond. 14- 



— Friars Council 28-871 

— Friars' Monastery, 
ford 13-3 5 5 b. 

Black friars Theatre, L, 
808d; 8-S26a: 26-7:i 



it (diet.) ll-251b. 



627a. 
Hack flap, pass. Ire. IS -8 
-gooso 12-2420. 



2-32 5d. 
11-351 c 
it 12-6910. 



Black Halls , 

" F3); 8-706e. 
ihani, M'Carthy 7- 



9-112 
Sills, Li 



Blackinton, Mass. 17-852 (Al) ; 

Black iron'wood 20-86a- 
Black Irtysli, riy., Russ.As. : 

BLACK ISLE, THE (Ardmean- 
aohl. Soot. 4-23b; 24-412 

— Jack, Kan. 4-6600. 
BlackJack(min.): se. e Blendf 
Black jack (yossel) 15-1061, 

S-584a; 8-583 (PL II. fig. 2). 

— Iadel5-123d. 

— 3 lira (geol.) 15-569d. 

— Khazare : see Kara Khaz- 

— killer ; sett Ijesser killo: 

— kite 15-839b. 



Black Oak, Ark. 2-552 (E2). 
— oak (hot.) : see Dyer's oak. 
Black oath (hist.) 14-77 7<L 



S.Mex. 19-520 






Kuril s. Black. 

— Kost : see Blai 

— Lake, Can. 22-124 (E3) ; 2- 

— Lak'o, bay, Mich. : a, 
atawa, V.3. 

— Lake Bayou, riy., La. 17-54 : 



ewood 16-152d. 
c. Lanes. 16-1.19 (D2). 
hl6-213d; 26-980b. 
', hill, Scot. (Kosburgh): 



■lackpool, Ire. 7-159 



— Lai 



■431 (C2). 
:. 4-2io; 
le) 3-938d. 



Black-et 

Blackeai 

1671). 



isidc, for 
Black Earth, Wis. 2 



k-Eyed & 
ack Falls, 



Black fir : see Corsica 
Blackflsh (Globi 

— (Tauto'ga) : see Tai 

— oil : see Dolphin oil 
Black Flags 6-201d ; 

27-6a. 
"■■ 10-581a. 



(CI), 
lacktooi, 

14-27 7 d. 
lack Fool 

(111). 



Seserrat'ion 14-276 1 
Ida. 14-276 (C4) ; 
, mta„ Ida. 14-276 



BLACK HAWK (Indi 

22a. 
Black Dlawk, Colo. 6-722 (E2); 

6-723b. 

— Hawk, Miss. 18-600 (B2). 

— Hawk, S.Dak. 2B-506 (B3). 

— Hawk (racehorse) 27-1021"- 
Blackhawt Co., la. 14-7 

(KS). 

— Croek, riv;, la. 14-732 (E' 
Black Hawk War 4-22a; 2 

717a. 
Blackhead, bay, Nfd. 19-4 

(D2). 
— , capo, N.Z. 19-624 (F4). 
~* Colo. 6-722 ("■' 



., N.Y. 1 



-596 1A-B1). 



Blackhead (bird) : 

Blackhead (med.): see <Jomedo. 

Black beaded gull 12-715a; 16- 

— headed ployer : see Ziok- 

— headed white crane : see 
Jabiru, Amerlc"- 

Blaek Heads, Hi 



Hea 



■ of 



Black 
4- 2 2b 



BLACKHEATH, 

16-938 (D-E3); 16-942 
(Bl); battle (1497) 9-52Sb; 
golf 12-220b ; obseryalory 

Blackheath, Staffs. 25 - 75S 
(A2). 

— Beds. 15-736d; 9-662c. 

— Hiigby Football Club 10- 



Black hcllehon 



i Chrisl 



Blackhm; 



11, Din-. 9-112 (I. E3). 
oie of Calcutta 14- 
4-983a. 
imie Rear, mt,. Scot. 24- 
„„ (E3) ; 8-914d. 
Black horehoncd 13-692d ; 

16- Id. 
— hornblll 16-540b. 

'" ~ r20-116a. 



BLACKIE, 



l People. 
:, JOHN 



:e Unif 



STUART 1 



_. .3-790n. 
Law, hill, Scot. (Selkirk) 24- 

!ack-lcad : see Graphite. 

!ack-leadorel6-315b. 

ackleg(dlct,)16-372d. 

■ (bot.) 22- 2 04a. 

■ (vet.) : see. Hlackqnarter. 
■lemnr 16-417a; 22-334.C. 

■ letter (diet.) 20-57Ea. 
ackley, Canon : pensioi 
schemo 29-fild. 

ackley, Lanes. 16-139 (E2). 
-, Higher, Lanes. 16-139 (E2) 
ack Lias (geol.) 16- 5 3 4b. 
Lick Creek, riy., Pa. 21-106 
(D5). 

70^b? r <teStIle priut>ns) 2G - 



lack Lout Creek, riy.. Pa. 21- 

106 (G5). 
- Lom, riv., Bulg. : see 

Black. 
Blacklow, hill, Warwick 28- 

— , hill, Derby. S-71a. 
Blacklunans, Root. 24-418 
(El). 
Black Madonnas" (paintings) 
Black magic 17-307a; 



Klackpots, Hoot. 3-Sllc. 
Black Potts, Bucks. 28-S37b. 

— Prairie, 'dist., AJa.T-lslie'. 

— Prairie, mts., Tes. 27-619d. 



Black Pyramid, isl., Ta 
438 (Al). 

— pyrites 22-692c. 

— quarter (yet.) 28-1 0a. 

— Itanf- -'-- " '*— - 



N.Mei. 19-520 

— Range, lnts., N.Mei. 19-520 
(C4). 

— P^nge, mts., Vict. 28-38 
(B2). 

— raspberry : see Thlmble- 

— rat22-915a; 17-125a, 

— redshank 22-971o. 

— redstart 22-971d; 1-7541). 

— Reef, N.Z. 19-621 (B7). 

— Heel mines, S.Af. 27-830b. 

— reef group (geol.) B-229o : 
20-151d; 27-188a. 

— rhinoceros 23-241d (fig.). 

— Ribbon ; see Pole Star 



marble 17-6! 
ick Marques;, 
tax, G. Saylle, 1st marquess 

iek marten : see Skunk 
Mesa, plateau. Ariz. 2 
!A2). 

Bias""" 



-Rfyer, mts.,Mau 



- Mile, 



.ad, S< 

See I 

31-128d. 



Durri 



— Mondii 
" ' ■:■ see Benodio.._. 

18-600 

Blackmoor, yale. Dorset. 9-420 

(III. C5): 8-134c. 
BLACKMORE, SIR RICHARD 

4-23d. 
— , RICHARD DODDRIDGE 

4-24a, 
Blackmore, Kss. 16-942 (F2) ; 

— , mt., Mont. 14-276 (D3). 
Black Mosque, Delhi: se>. 

— Moiint, deer forest. FJi>of. 
24-118 (Bl). 



- Moil 

(B-Cl). 



N.C, 






19-772 



— mulberry 18-958d (fig.). 

— myrobalan: see Chebnlm 

Black necked American stilt 
26-9220 (fig.). 



Blacko, Lanes. 16-139 (El). 



Rock, Buffalo 4-756b. 

Rock, Oonn, 6-952 (C5). 

Blackrock, Ire. (Cork) 7-159 

Jack Rock, Ire. (Dublin) 14- 
714 (E5); 8-618b; 14-751c. 

- Rock, Orcg. 20-242 (B3). 

lackrock, Som. 25-388d. 

lack Hock, Sus. 26-166a. 

lackrock, Utah 27-814 (Bl) ; 
27-81 5d. 
:k Roek, desert, Cal. 5-8 

P.Is. 21-392 

'ey. 5-8 (Dl). 
(27-630 b. 



(Dl) ; 19-4 
-Rock, ]sl3., 
(B-C6). 

- Rock, mts., ixey 

— rock diabase (gee 
— Rocks, isls., M: 

(CD4). 
Blaekrcd, Lanes. II 
16-1 ■ "■ 



. 17-8 



940b; fauna 23-SS3&; floor 
19-974a ; geology 9-911a, 
9-911d,23-872b; neutrality 



llackshaw Flats, bank, Sco 
- Head" Yorks. 28-933 (AS). 



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instructions given on Page 1. 

BLA1H, JAMES 4-34c; 



Black Virgin " (statue) 15- 
704b. 
Black vomit 28-Blla. 

"■ \ vulture (Catharista 
uta) : ace Carrion crow, 
ilture (Vultur monachus): 

iwall, diet., London 2B- 
Id. 

iivall hitch 15-8720. 



muldered peacock : j 
Irer ore : see Stephan- 
25-2S4b; li-523d : 



27-4010.. 


— plums: see Pocket-plums. 






733c. 


13-773c; geological age 20- 


s nigra) 28- 








-.144 (C3). 


Bladdcr wrack l-589d ;• 1- 


v.6-8(D2). 


S90t>; 15-720d. 


Ala. 1-480 






Blade, J. F. 14-217«. 




Bladen, ilartin 13- 9 3c. 




Bladen, Ga. 11-752 (K4). 


ks. 16 -a 12 


Hladenboro, N.C. 19-772 (D3) 
Bladon Co. N.C. 19-772 (D3). 





Black snako-root 8-368c ; 25- 

Blacksod, bay, Ire. 14-744 

(AS) J 17-93(1(1. 
— , pt.. Ire. 14-744 (A2). 



i. 28-118 (A3). 

ke, Can. 5-160 (ES). 
. ..P.. Can. 4-800 (D2). 
BLACKWATEB, riv.. Ess 
"" n ; 9-424 (IV. D3). 



Springs, Ark. 2-552 (B3). 
.Spruce 10-39od ; l»-466a ; 

Spur, mt' Vict. 28-39a. 
Squirrel Creek, Colo. 6-72S 



(F,2);2-5Slc. 
riv., Md. 17-828 (G4). 
- ., Mo. 18-80* (C3). 
.., N.H. 19-400 (DS). 
v., Scot. 23-741&. 



— , riv., Mo. 18-0' 



C2). 



i (B- 



66Sc. 



indbank,rre.l4-744 
>r beetle 6-672b; 6- 



Blac 



., Ala. 1- 



(E4) : 2S-565d. 

Hlackatock, S.C. 25-500 (< 

— , hill, S.C. : battle (1780) 26- 

B lack stone, Timothy B. 

— , William (pioneer) 7-627b ; 



Bh 



l 15-57Sb 
, 111. 14-304 (D2). 



BLACKWATER FEVER 

Black water Foot, Scot. 24-412 
(C4). 

— Head, cape. Ire. 14-744 
(E4). 

— Lightship, Irish Sea 1' 
(E4). 

BlackWateroiDoo.rlv., i 

re. 14-741 



(E2). 



17-852 (D2). 
— , .a. «J-118(F,3). 
— , pt., Dev. 9-430 (VI. Dl). 
— . riv., Mass. 17-«53 (D2) ; 23' 

249(Cl)i 23-249c; 20-977a. 
■ — Edge, mt.. Lanes. 

<A2)- "- - 1 " 
Blacks 

23-7 



'. 19- 



■933 



Black well, Alioi 

957d. 
— , Edward 3- 336d. 
— , Elizabeth 25-957d. 
— , Emily 25-957d. 
— , John (Alun) 5-C49C. 
— , Lucy : see Stone, Luc, . 
— ,THOMAS4-27a; 13-633h. 

Blanket 



Black Sultan, The : sec All V. ■ 
Blacks ville, W.Va. 28-560 (C2J. 
Black Swamp, riv., N.C. 19- 

772 (E3). 
— Swamp, riv., S.C. 28-500 



-. Worce. 3-980C. 
llackwoll's I., N.Y. 
(Dl)i 19-810d. 



lustralle) 

" ( Balaena "b iscayen - 
see Atlantic, right- 



-winged kite 15-839e. 
- witch (bird) 7 -61 0b ; 9-1 : 
Hack Wolf, Kan. 15-654 (I 

Blackwood, Capt. F. 1». 



Blackthroated dire 



rood, N.J. 19-502 (B4). 
'.24-418JD3). 
88-118 (Si). 
.28-38 (El). 
, Mai .Arch. 17-466 



Bliickton, Ark. 2-552 (D3). 
Blaoktovver, N.Mex. 19-5 

(C.3). 
Black Town, Madras : i 

George Town, Madras. 
Blacktown, N.S.W. 19-53S 

<G4). 
Biack turnip 21- 19 2b. 
BLACK VEIL 4-26d. 
Black Venn, Jlev. 11-5310. 
Blackville, Can. 19-465 (B-C1V 
— , S.C. 86-590 (C3). 



Black work 9-31 Id. 



BLADDER DISEASES 4-21 < 



x Lcptodactylus. 



546a: 24-535d. 



BLADES, WILLIAM ' 

library 16-55Hd. 
Blades v. Ilit-gs ll-440d. 
liladin, .!(■ " ■ ' 

27-261c 
Bladow: /tee. aiairai 
BIa-il Tunria. Ate. 1- 
Bladud (myth.) 3-5 



jan Adolf 26-671d 



i-, 



Wales 9-42S (V. 
-Stld. 



Blaonpcuai, Wales 9-42S (V, 

C'3). 
Blaenporth, WalcH 9-433 (V, 

C3). 
lilacs, G. 1-032 a. 
Blaestium, Mrarai, 18-727r-_ 
Blaosng, Junius 2O-680( 



Willem . 
22-351b. 






17- 



..., ....3. 14-228 (C2). 
ir Charles 19-9S5d 



(I-K4). 
BLAGOVYESHCHE! 

RusB.Aa.4-32a; 25-10 

6-207a. 
—.monastery Huss. (Niznmy 

Novgorod) 19-721D. 
— , cathedral. Rubs. (Moscow) 



— , Robert (astronomer) 1-8 
- ->6d. 

Lobei't (divine) 22-281 



BLAC-BLAN 

Blakesware House, mansion. 

Herts. 16.104b. 
Blaketown, Can. 19-479 (D3). 
Blake trawl B-573a. 
Blakiston, T. W. Z8-920b. 
Blakiston, mt., Jap. : tea 

Blakmani John 13-286c. 
Blaloek, Ark. 2-552 (C4), 
— , Ga. 11-752 (CI). 
— , Ores. 20-342 (E2_). 
BLAMIftE, SUSANNA 4- 3 9 a. 
""■.amoiit, Fr. (Do ubs) 10-778 

(H4);26-252b. 

-. Fr. (Meurthe) 19-778 (HS). 
Blanc, Alberto, baron 15-770 ; 
■ * :lli lB-61b; foreign 
'~ "'" ' ';riple alii- 



21- 2 62b. 

r Castle, mansion, Scot. 4- 

d. 

o , Pa. 21-106 (F4). 

reek, riv., N.J. 19-502 

I'deii'on, rot., Scot. 24- 



J4-412 (FS);.15- 

. 9-389b. 

i. 14-732 (D2). 



— Station, Pa. 21-106 <E7). 
Blairstown, la. 14-732 (E3 . 
— , Mo. 18-608 (C3). 
— . N.J. 19-502 (C2). 
BluirsviHe, Ga. 11-752 (CI). 
— , HI. 14-304 (C6). 
— , Pa. 21-106 (Dj). 
Blaisdell, Ariz. 2-544 (A3). 
— , X. Dak. 18-780 (B I). 
Blaise, St : sec Blasliis, St. 
— , E. 15-762b. 
Blaise, tiv.. Fr. (trlb. of Em 

8-578a; 9-901a. 
— , rlv„Fr. (trib. ofMarnellu- 

778(G3); 17-746b ; 13-73a. 
Blaillmiaio, St2B-251e. 
Blakaro (king) 14-7 65d. 
Blake, Clarence 21-467b. 
— , EDWARD 4- 35a. 



t Rehelllor, 



WILLIAM GAR 

BlaMayfuavld James 7-173b; 

25-452d. 
Blain, Fr. 10-77S (Dl). 
— , Pa. 21-106 (GS). 
Blaina, Monm. 8-420 (III. A3); 

18-728c. 
Blaine, Mr Anita McC.6-125d. 
— , Ephraim 4-32b. 
— , JAMES GILLESPIE 4-3 2h ; 

«-157o i 19-486a; foreign 

poEcv27-730b. 
Blaine, Arlt. 2-553 (B3). 
— , Colo. 6-722 (114). 

— I Kan. 13-654 (Fl). 
— , Ky. 15-740 (F2). 
~, Me. 17-434 (E2). 

— ', Oltla. 20-58 (G2). 
— , Wash. 28-354 (CI). 

— Co., Ida. 14-276 (B-C4) ; 14- 
277b;14-27Ko. 

— Co., Neb. 5-8 (D-E3). 

— Co., Okla. 20-58 (02). 
Bla ins port. Pa. 21-106 (K5). 
BLAINVILLE, HENRI MABIE 

Duorotay de 4-33b ; 20- 



pirc-bat 3-500c : 8-2431 
fflg.). 
Blair, Capt. Archibald 1-95 7c ; 

— , FRANCIS PRESTON <Jmii'. 

nallst) 4-33(^4-34,.. 
— , Francis Preston (soldier) 4- 

— . HUGH 4-34b : 17-267(^ ; 
23-2 3 6 d. 



— , J. F. 26-450a ; 22°122b. 

—', Lyman R. 24-99 ta. 

— ', ROBERT 4-35c ; Cadiz 

9.10b; Gres' 

412c, 18-4U 
22.123d; '. 
" J 29b. 
, .VILLI J 
14-322a. 

— , Okla'. 20-58 (B3)'. 
— , bay. Can. 5-lfiO (N2). 
— , pt., Mich. 18-372 (Bl) 
" Blake " (cruiser) 24-908 
" Blake " (survey ship) 1-: 
Biake and Goodyear Co, 

— breaker 20-239a. 
Blakedown,Worcs.2B-758(A2). 
Blake dredge 8-572b. 
Blakeley, W.Va. 28-560 (B3). 
BLAKELOCK, RALPH AL 

berl 4-3Se. 
Blately, Ga. 11-752 (B4). 
•"-— • 18-550 (D6). 



1. 21-1 



i (L2), 



18-036d. 
— , isi., wasn. 24-151C. 
— Mere, lake, Salop 8-291a. 
Blakemore, Ark. 2-552 (D3). 
BLAKENEY, WILLIAM 

Blakeney, baron 4-3 8e. 
Elakcnoy, Glos. 9-420(111. C3). 
— , NorF. 9-424 (IV. El). 
Blakonhall Heath, Staffs 

758 (Bl). 
Blakonhurst, hundred, Woroe. 



(III. Ei). 
Blake's stopper l-04flh. 
Blako steam -pump 25 -S3 



»15-6 



272c; Lord No: 



— (Has el-Alrad), cape, Tun. 
1-643 (Dl) ; 27-393,;. 

BLANC, MONT, Alps 4-39d ; 
26-242 (B5) ; Fellows' ascent 
10-243b ; first attempts 4- 



— , mt., Colo. 8-722 (E4) ; 6- 



mc-Cham] 
c-de-Chi 



N.Mex. 19-520 (E4). 
26-690 (B4). 
(battle) ; ase 



Blanc de fard and d'espagne 

4-10d. 
Blanc de Lanautte, Alexandre 



— Bs (ehcmj 27-5 7 0b. 
Blanchard, Emile 2-8B8C ; 3- 

071a;20-320d. 
— , Jean Pierre l-2fl4o ; 7- 

682d;2O-750d. 
— , K. 28-10210. 
— , SAMUEL LAMAN 4- 40a. 
— , W. 27-4030. 
Blancbard, Ark. 2-552 (A3). 



1. 17-54 (Al 



: 17-5 



134 (C3J. 
— , Mlcli. 18-372 (E-F6). 
— , N.Dak. 19-780 (G2). 
— , Okla. 20-58 (D2). 
— , Pa. 21-106 (G3). 
— , riv., O. 20-26 (B2) j 10- 

Blanchardina 9- 3 8 9b. 
Blanchard Springs, Ark. 2-552 

(C4). 
Blanohardstowii, Ire. 14-744 

(E3). 
Blanchard v. Hill 27-md> 
Blanchardville, Wis. 28-740 

(C-DS). 
Blanche (of Aragon) 15-142b. 

— (ot Artols)8-948d;13-293ar 
21-381b. 

— (of Bourbon) 21-2B2C. 

— (of Burgundy) 5-917b. 
BLANCHE (ol Castile) 4-40b , 

claim to English throne 9- 
490a ; dowry 3-8l)9c ; in 
French bietor^ in.aiih - 
Theobald TV. o 



!a Palaeologus: o[ 

rato) 5-336a. 

varre, 1201) 5-827d; 

I. 1441) 6- 
ta j 15-44db. 
i, d. 1465) 13- 



925b; 25-572a:15- 

— (of Ni " 
200d. 

— (of Orleans) 19-371b. 



Blanche, Anjriist Teodor 26- 

210h ; 26-219C. 
— , JACQUES EMILE 4-40a. 
Blanche, Ind. 14-422 (D6). 
—.lake, S.Ans. 2-960 <G5) ; 

— , mt., Alps 26-243 (D4) : 1- 

743b; l-749a. 
— , riv., Martinique 17-802 

(Al);28-180b. 
" Blanche " (croiser) 24-90B&. 



BLAN-BLUE 



Blftnchefort- Antoine do. Sea. 

set Crequy. 
Blanchoearde (Alba Cnstodia 

castle. Pal. ll-530a; 11 



(I. D;i);19-701d. 
— , moor, Noi'thnmb. 9-412 

(I. D3). 
Blanchon screw machine 24- 

993d. 
Blanckcnhora, Mas 7-S79d. 
Blanc Nez, cape. Vr. 10-778 

(Kl);9-157d;20-332d. 
Elan™. Antonio Guzman 27- 

— (Spanish marshal) 25-5fila. 

Blanco, Cal. 5-8 (C3). 

— , N.Mcx. 19-530 (CI). 

— , Tex. 26-690 (i5). 

— , canyon, N.Mex. 19-52C 

(E'J). 
— , canvon, N.Mox. 19-520(C1) 



— , cape, Fr-.W.Af. 1-320 <B2) : 

il-205a. 
— , cane, ilor. 18-851 (C2) ; IS- 

85 Od. 
— , cape, Ores. 20-212 (Afl). 
— , cape, Peru 21-264 (A3) : 

21 -J Bod. 
— , cape. Sp. 2S-530 (G3). 
— , mt., Cal. 5-8 (C3). 
-, mt, CO.. S-6J8 (E6); 1- 

220a. 
—.riv., Bol. 1-785 (map); 1- 

7S,'ib; 4-169a. 
—, riv., Ec. 8-913(1. 
— , riv., Hond. 5-678 (C3). 
— , riv., Mex. 2Q-278c. 
— , riv., N.Mcx. 19-520 (G3). 
—.riv., Tex. 26-690 (15). 

— Co., Tex. 26-690 (15). 

— Creek, Tex. 26-690 (K7). 

— F.ncalada, Manuel 6-15ic 
4-175d. 

" Blanco Encalada " (bnttlo 
ship) 6-lo7a; 27-5 7a j 6 



Blanes d'espagtie (party> 1 

Bland, ">,'. 6-100.1. 
— , Robert 18-169a. 
Bland. Ark, 2-552 (03). 
— , Colo. 6-722 (F2). 
— , Mo. 1B-G0S (K3). 
— , N.Mex. 19-520 (D2). 
- -11SCA3). 



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instructions given on Page 1. 



Bla-nda, ri 

B land -AI Use 

917b; 27. 

BlandburK. 

Blan - - - 



i. 14-228(02); 
; (1878) 3- 
21-106 (Fl). 



a. 28-1 



%. 14-732 (€2). 
illnniion, fa. 21-106 (L5). 
Blandford, marquess of: see 

Marlborough, 7th duke of. 
Blandford, Can. 19-831 (B-C2). 
BLANDFORD, Dorset, 4-4:1)0 ; 

9-420 (III. CS) ; geology 8- 



— , Va. (Petersburg) i 



Blnndua, nubelllns lS-611b. 
Blandville, Ky. 1B-740 (A3). 
Blandy, Fr. 23-757a. 
Blane, St8-S70c. 
BLANE, SIR GILBERT 4-4 la. 
Blaneminster, Salop, : set 

BlaneeTsp'.' 23-530 (G2) ; 11. 

902 b. 
Blano Water, riv.. Scot. 24-418 



fauna of India 28- 

191c; 'geology of Abyssinia 
1-8511 ; zoological regions 
28-100511. 
Blan^y, Fr. (Calvados) 10- 

— ! K Fr. (Seine Iiuer.) 10-778 

. (K2). 
BLANK (diet.) 4- 41b. 
Blanke, John 25-592C. 



Blankenberg, (Joe. 11-8 



_..__g)3-7BS(map). 
BLANKENBURG, Ger. (Bruns- 
wick) 4-41c ; 11-S08(C3). 
, Gcr. (SchwarzhuTf-Hudal. 
stadt) 11-808 (111. pll); 4- 



ort, Bert-rand do 21 

—"Louis do Durfort, marnu 

t, Fr. 10-778"(115; 
(Raymond Lull; 

1, JEROM 

i-42d. 

— , LOUIS AUGUSTE 4-42d 

27-989 

26-544 



t. Ark. 2-552 (A3). 



— , Ga. 11-752 (CS). 
Blan ly re , b aro us 12- 7 » 6 a. 
BLANTYRE, Ai. 4-431. ; i 



BLANTYRE, £ 
.... 



, 24-1 



Blantyrc Workg, Scot. 4-43K 

Blam:s23-lSfld. 

— cinercufl23-174b; 16-826a; 

in jijialn. 25-531B. 
Blanzac, Fr. 10-778 (E5). 
Blanzy, Fr. 10-778 (Gil. 
Blaps : see Black b, 



ia 3-6371i. 



LaS/7'0. . ' 
n, Holl. 13-588 (C2). 
14-641d ; 24-lOlSh 



Blag (matter) 13-250b. 
Bias de I*so 3-14a. 
Blasdell, N.Y 
1LASHFIEL1 

land4-43c; 19-4' 
Ulasia 4-704a; 4-iuj 

702d. 
Blasicholm, ponin.. 8w 
. .1.., ;*.- i 



Bliisjo, lake, Swcd. 19-800 (C2). 
Blasket, isla., Ire.: see '"-- 

Blaaon'(dict.) ll-122b. 
BLASPHEMY 4-4!id. 
— Act (1650) 11-32411. 
ElaBn.net, isls,. Ire. 14-744 
14-743b ; 13-T58a. 



BLASS, FBIEDRICH 4-44C ; 

l-165c; 3-S84d. 
Blagsimont, Fr. 10-778 (D5). 
Blttfitares, Matthacug 12-5 2 2c. 
Blastema 9-321b. 
Blast lurnace ll-3">8c r Ra?oB 

fromll-281d; Ironl4-811o; 

lead smeltinc: IS- 3 16a. 
BLASTING 4-44d ' " 

8-565c ; snhma 



lilaatoceros bezo 



Bkistoirtocrinida 



333 d. 



Blat. 



: Plan 



ib ; S-877d 

dan 8- 12 8b ; 

id. 

i 8-87 8b. 



,1. 14-276 (G2). 
emataoian) 28- 

:e Platorspiel. 



Blath Bhalp, in 

(01). 
BUtliy, 

9-231b. 
B lain a, Aus. 3 
Elatobulgium, 

Bjattfeeol.) : 



Blanrock, 3 

Blauivbok 2- 
Blauwbugch- 



B lay lis 



Char 



e Blaye-et-Ste 

trd Ernst (tell 
:14a. 

ory 2- 960a. 
-4-S15a. 
FREDE 
i. 

4-4 Ob. ; 
.0; 27-5 
> Stuart 



Bleadon, Som. 9-430 (VI. Fl). 
— , hill, Som. 18-125d. 
BLEAK (zool.) 4-55d ; 2-29d! 

23-81 4a. 

leak Law, hill, Scot. (Had^ 

(lingUiii) 24-418 (F3), 

-Law, hill, Scot. (Lanark) 

24-418 (D-E3). 
Blcaklow, hill, Derby. 2E 
(B3>; 8-70c. 

- Stones, hill, Borhy. 2S-933 

(113). 

lea Wyke bed 20- 11 9c. 

lechiiisley, 3nr. 16-942 (D4) ; 



Blessing, Henrik Grove 19- 
163b. 

l088ing,.Tex. 26-690 (L7). 
lessmg (rel.) : sue. Benedic- 

BLESSBfGTON, '. 



Blcckcdc, Gcr. 11-8 



4- 147c. 



Isles of 11 
Ictchingdoii, «_i: 

(III. E3) ; 20-41 
- House, Oxon. 1' 
Blelchley, Bucks. 



ioftho(myth.): B 



i (02). 



Blcckrodea Tonitincnsis ; 

Bloddfa, Wales 9-42«'(V. E3). 
IJeddyn ab Maonareh 4-486a. 
Bleddyn Vardd 5-G44a. 
liledow (chess-player) 6-I03c. 
Bledsoe Co., Tenn. 26-620 



S (diet.) 21-252d. 



1, Ark. 2-S52 (B4). 



Blewflelds, ^ic. : 

fields. 
Blosen, Ger. 11-8 



locker, P. r on fislies of East 
Indies 14-247b. 

leharies^ Bc'lg- 24-310o.' 
leheriB (author) 12-32lb 
539d; 12-320b. 



Blickling, Norf . 9-424 (IV. El). 
-Hall, mansion. Norf. 2- 

418d; 19-746d; 2-419a. 
UDA, Alg. 4-S8d! 1-613 

(Bl). 



Egypt 9- 9 0b, 8-S9c 

Nubia 19- 844a, 26- 13c 
Blemont, B. de 5-7.'<8b. 
Blcncatbla, mt., Cumb. 

Saddleback. 
Blench (law) 10-296b. 
BIcnco, la. 14-732 (A3). 
BLENDE 4-56d ; calam 

""""' " 'iatlientiar " 



iilgh, isl., Pae.O. : sec Hera- 

-, so^iml", N.Z. 19-624 (A6). 
— Lagoon, isl., Pac.O. : 86s 

Bhght (bot.) : see Aphides. 

Bllstht-blrd28-lll44c. 

Bligny-Bur-Ouche, Fr. 10-773 
(G4). 

Blind, Karl 4-59e. 

— , MATMILDE 4-59e. 

Blind, the : basket work in- 
dnsfcry 3-482a; dreams 8- 
501b; education 4-62a, 4- 
66(1, 13-837d; institutions 
4-61c, 7-894b ; occujial.ions 

593d; special types 4-68o: 



18-lS0a; 

4-47 lb. 
r 28-7 25c; 
2a; wool - 



511a; : 

surplim 
Blender ( 
Blonding 

whisky 

Blcneau, "Fr." To-778"' (F4) 



<B.1). 

c; 1_ 

battlo (1704) 4- 



BLENHEIM, 

808 (C4) ; 
"a, 19-218 



- coal : see Antbracite. 
Blind Daya (diet,) 17-688d. 
BUndcnhorn, mt., Swit*. 26- 

242 (E4) ; l-744e. 
Blind focus : see Caecus focus, 
Bhnd Harry.: see Harry tbo 

MiastpeL 



2- 66c. 
— , N.Z. 19-624 (Ei). 
— , S.C. 25-500 (E2). 
— , Va. 28-118 (B3). 



BlindheiL 



Ger.: 






■Blon 



(en 



24- 



-, Charles 

Bta.-e, castle, Fr. 3- 809a. 
BLAYE-ET-STE LUCE, Fr. 4- 

49a; 10-778 (D5); 13-892e. 
Blayncv, N.S.W. 19-538 (E3). 
Blaze, Francois Henri Joseph 

22-502b ; 7-799c. 
Blaze, Ky. 13-740 (E3). 
BLAZE (diet.) 4-iHb. 
• • • — .000d. 



Blaz 



ieilk m 



s) 25-1' 



BLAZON (diet.) 4-49 

Blaz onrj- 13 -32 8a. 

Ble, Nicolas dii, 
d'Uxcllcs: see Ijx 

BLEACHING 4-49b : 
ine 6-35511 ; of 
5S2d ; of oils 20 



908 b. 
Blonheim ore 16-53ia. 
Blenheim Palace, Oxon. 9-420 

(III. E3); 28-801a; ai ' ' 

teoture-Z-420c 27-SSla. 

^spanie - a, - 

Blenio, val., Switz. 26-242 

(l'3-4) ; l-748a ; 28-934a. 
Blenkinsop, John (engineer) 

22-820c; 23-836a. 
BLENNERHASSETT, HAR- 

man 4- 5 8b. 
— , Margaret 4-58c. 
Blennervllle, Ire. 14-744 (B4). 
Blcnniformcs ii"--""" 
Blennv (Blennl 

24-505d ; 26> 
Ulontarp, riwed 
Uleone, riv., Fl 

3- 41) 2 c. 
Blepharisnia 14 
Blppharoplast i 
Blepharospasm 

Blef. lake, Kt._ - 

1. It. (Apulia) 4-58C. 



BLINDMA'N'S' BUFF (diet. 



5-229d. 
Blink mlcr 
Blinkwatoi 



tlip, Cape CoL (geol.) 



Blere, IT. 10-7 






teeth B-52c. 
block 9-209C 
powder l-678n ; 4-501) 
Balard's researches 6-i5i 
3- 239b. 
Bleach liquor l-679a; 1-G84b. 



Blcsbok 2- 9 2 a. 
Bles- fluid 8- 5 70c. 



litessbe'rg. nit., Ger. 26-905 
Blessed, Island of the, 1 



— , ¥. J. 20-626b, 
" -go 28-514 
.. (mathen 



-, Ida. 14-276 (B4). 



-, fort, Tex. 9-29 



ib log 18-8 65 c, 
[STER4-72a. 
>eetle : see Cantharides. 



Blistering collodion 

Blister poarl 21 i 2 5a. 

— steel 14- 824a. 
Ellsworth, Northants. 9-420 

(III. K2);19-769a;get - 
19 -7 68c. 

— clay 20-119d (tabic). 
Bllta, Togo. 12-203 (C2). 
Blitar, Java 15-284 (E3). 
Witch. Ga. 11-752 (E3). 
Blith, Walter l-392b ; S-472b. 
Blithe, riv., Notts. 9-410 (II. 

L>4). 
Blitueng, isl., Mai. Arch. : * 

liilliton. 
Blitzcn, nit., Nov. 5-8 (El). 
BlLzarii, Mir William, l-."3d. 
BUzlniy, isl., Arctio O. IS 



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Instructions given on Page J. 

Bloomsbury, N.J. 19-502 (B2). 



tola, Marie Anne, Mademoia- 
Marle de Bo ur lion, princess 



of. 



763. 



4-75a; 10-778(1 

- "-So, 2-413o. 

(Hate), 



6-165o, 
-125 ll. 
library 

: i . :. .. . .■ '_-■■ 

peaty (1572) 9-oilio. 
dlst., Fr. 16-926b. 



BLOMEFIELD, FRANCIS 4- 



Blomilold, Arthur Conra 

7 Gb. 
— , SIR ARTHUR WILLIAM 

4-ZGb: 13-flila. 
— , Charles J. (architect) 



;e, Uoger 24 -5 1 1 b ( }>1 . IX.). 



364b : on insc 

Block, Sir Adam 2' 
— , Adriaen 19-60; 
—.MAURICE 4-7: 
Block, isl., R.I. 2 



neutrality 19-441aJ torpedo 

27-37U. 
Mock and. draw game 8- 404c. 
— and start (masonry); at, 

Long and Short work. 
Blockbooks 27-511b: (Gcr 



Block -grant (education) 

BLOCKHOUSE 4-74a i 

72Sc;27-207d. 
Mock ho use, fort. Haute. 



132 (i 
106(03-2: 



!eH.un 



I, N.Y. 19- 1 



i, Swed. 25-935 

Block -in -course wall 17-B43b, 
B locking course 17 -845a, 
— machine 4-2 2 la. 
Block Island Soun,_, 

596 (14); 23-219 

8-SMd. 
Blocklandt, Anthonie van i 

see Mont loon. 
Blocklodgc, rip.. Conn. 6-953 

(F3). 
Blocklev, Worcs. 9-420 (III. 



207d. 
Blondus, Flavius I 
Blonic, Hubs. 21-9 

>d'. Sir ' 
:9c ; 27 
, Col. : pontoon 
, Fanny : see Sic 
, Holcroft 9-40Ii 
, Thomas 20-297 
Blood. III. 14-301 ( 
-, hill. Mass, 17-8 



Hll 



2*- . 
^Slldi 
798c; 26-708i 



(15th 



.)27- 



mania 14-60 lb ; as mi! 
17-BlBa; massage U 
ment 17-861a ; medico-] 
evidence 18-29b ; para: 



d 20-7780. 

hropol.): Celtic beliefs 

08a. 14 -757b; 



Bk.cksburg, Cal. S-S (Bl). 

Blocksignal 26- 75b. 

Blockton, la. 14-732 (C4). 

Blocton, Ala. 1-460 (B2). 

Blodgett, Mo. 18-G0B (tio>. 

— , Orcg. 20-242 (B3). 

liloduit and fledwit 6-378b. 

BLOEMAERT, ABRAHAM 4- 
74a. 

BLOEMEN, JAN FRANS VAN 
4- 7 lb. 

— , Xorbert 4-7 4b. 

— , Pieter 4-7 4b. 

BLOEMFONTEM, S.Af. 4- - 
74b; 25-486 (G-HJ): 85- 
173c; British capture (1900) 
27-20fia; Conference (1899) 
27- 2 02c. 25-48 Oh. 

Bloemhot. ri.Af. 25-406 (G6). ■ 



icl-65d. 22-G60d; 



lodbathol Thorn (1724) 26- 

S79e. 

>od-brother 4-6510 ; 15- 



horse 



nposftion 17-l09b 
it7-857d. 
Thoroughbred 



Bloodhound 8-378o (Plate 
■ Blood islands of Fa: 

BLOOD-LETTING 4-85b 
Arabian anil Oreekmetti 
18-480 ; in omphysemL _ 
34Tc ; Roman mettiods 26- 
127b. 



6-170d; 19.379c. 

:: see Septicaemia. 
ZO-914C j 27-940b ; 
Mp 23-239b ; eloo- 
peutics 9-249.1. 
r Poort, S.Af, 27- 



is Brook, riv., N.H. IB- 
BLOODSTONE 4-85(1. 
Bloodsucker 16-821d. 
Bloodsworth, isl.. Md. 17-82* 



Blood vessels 27-915d ; 12- 
80ib ; ecrobral disease 19- 
434b ; mortiQcation 13-878c, 

Blood-wood (bot.) 23-2Gla. 

Bloodwort : see Bloody dock. 

Blood}- (diet.) 4-77b. 



Bloody A, 

Bloody Basi 
544 (C2). 



(CI). 



Yfc. : 



-490 



■Bloody diet of Prague (1547) : 

— dock(boU)8-353d. 

— Field, Yorks. ; battle (Civil 
War) 12-8441.. 

— Fields, site. Ire. 8-622b. 

— fingers r sue Foxglove. 

— Foreland, cape, Ira. 14-741 
(CI). 

— Lane, Md.; battle (1862) 
2-124c. 

— Bun, Mich.: battle (1763) 
22-65c. 

— Kun, Va.: hattlo {1676)23 
310d. 

BLOOM (diet.) 4-85d. 

— (in tanning) : see Kllagii 



nor. Wis. 28-740 <B3). 
ner (diet.) 1-2 3 2c. 
ners (costume) 4-86ft. 
nlield, Joseph 4-36b ; 19- 



-, ROBERT 4-86a. 
loomfleld, Ala. 1-460 (CD. 
■ .i V i 
-, Can. 19-831 (Bl). 
-, Conn. 6-952 (E2) ; 21 
714a. 
-. Ja. 14-732 (E4). 



--, Neb. 19-324 (G2). 



— , Out. 20-114 (E2). 
— , VI, 19-490 (D2). _ 

—'Association 6-793b. 
—.North, Conn. ; see North 

Bloomneld. 
Bloomingburg, N.Y. 1 



* Grove, Iud. 14-422 



re, Tox. 26-690 (L3). 



Bloomingten, I 

— , fda. 14-276 (D. 
BLOOMINGTON, 



-, Md. 17-828 (A2). 
-, Minn. 18-55(1 (left). 
-, Neb. 19-324 (F.4). 



,.'a. 21-l6fi(K3-4). 
— , dist.. Loud. 13-581d. 
— pang ; Bee Bedford party. 
Blooinsdule, Mo. 18-608 (F3). 
Bloom Switch, O. 20-26 (E7). 
Bloumville, O. 20-26 (D-E2). 
"'— *-)Ung, Abraham 21 -85 5b 

,"j 

Bloro' iicatu, tai 

(1459) Z3-738a, : 
Blorcngc, mt., Mi 

(V. K4) ; 18-72S 
Elosch, E. 26-261c. 
Bloseon. pt.. Fr. II 
BloscrviUo, Pa. 21- 



is 12-3071) 

vhie. cape. Green. 12- 

(OS). 

,st, dist., Green. 12-543 

in, Tex. 26-690 (M2). 
m-headed parakeet 

iiile Fiold, hill, Scot. 20- 



CHARLES 4-8 



— , James H. 13-92c 

— ', Martha 82-810. 

— ', THOMAS 4-87e. 
— , SIR THOMAS POPE 4-87d. 
— , WILLIAM 4-88a ; 26-62Ja. 
Blount, Fla. 10-540 (D4). 
— Co., Ala. 1-460 (C2). 



BLOUSE 4-38 



BlowiIyl3-4 

504c (figs.,. 
BLOW-GUN 4-88.1 ; 24-530. 



BLOWITZ, HENRI G. S. i 

Blow lamp 20-45Sd. 
Blow-me-Sown Brook. 
■ N.H. 19-490 (C4). 
BLOWPIPE (cljom.) 4-S0b ; 
10-470d. 

— (music) 3-202d. 

— (weapon) : see Blow-gun. 
Blow- well 2B-505C. 
Bloxam, J. M. 6-544d. 

— , W. P. 1-8 6 3a. 

9-426 (III. 



B LAN-BLUE 

Blne,.hillH, Mass. 17-852 (J?2) [ 
ie, Mor.: see Marja 



■, mte., Java I aee Hallmon, 

-, mt., Me. 17-434 (B4) ; 17- 

■.'mt.iNfd. 19-479 (B1). : 
-, mt«„ N.S.W. - 19-538 
(E4-F3); 2-942o; 2-U60a j 
geology i9-538c,'19-538d. 
— , mt., N.Y. 19-596 (F2). 

-I mtaj Ta." 21-105d ;"21-106 

<H5-L4) ; 2-207 d. 

-. mts.,^ Wash. 28-354 (113) 1 

-, pt'., Jam. 15-133 (map). 

-, pond, 1U. 23-249 (B2). 

— , riv., Colo. 6-722 (D2). 

422 (E8):'28-861b;. 



., Tib. 6-16S(-E3). 



lorn. 9-430 
nship line 



Eluo and yellow macav 

190c. 
Blucash, O. 20-26 (L6). 



llnobaU, Ark. 2-552 (B3). 
Hue Ball, Pa. 21-106 C,5). 
lino Bay^iu, riv., Lu. (C 

casieu) 17-54 (B3). 
-Bayou, riv., La. (Te 



— beetle 7-4l3b. 

Blue Bell, Pa. 21-106 (L6). 

Bluebell : ot England 14-25b ; 



-birdl4-422a; 15-163a;27- 
633d. 

— blood 4-77b. 
BLUE-BOOK 4-9 lc. 
Blue-bottle (fly) 10-584a; 8- 

307b. 

— (plant) 1 see Cornflower. 

" Blue Boy " (Gainaborongh) 

" Blue Bulls " (horecs) 13- 



E2); 
Blosom, 



)-416c; 



0-41 8a. 



Bin Uln, waterfall, W.Af. 24- 

18b. 
BLUCHER, GEBHARD L. VON 

4-90a ; Bautnett 3-542a ; 

Jena 19-220b ; Waterloo 

'• Blucher " (locomotive) 22- 

H.20d. 
"Bliicher" (Gcr. cruiser) 24- 

Bludan, Syr. 20-602 (El) ; 16- 



.. Minn. 18-550 
mberl-T92d. 



Bluetlelds, Nic 5-678 (D-E5) j 

lS-902d. 
— , riv., Kic. S-67S (D4) ; 19- 



vns 3-616C. 

>s: Sff June grass. 

Irass Creek, riv., la. 14. 



BLUE-BOHE 



— Hen' a Chickens 7-9 49d. 
BIueh.Ul, Kan. 15-654 (Ul). 
— , Me. 17-434 (D4). 

Blua Hill, Mass. 17-852 (B4); 
observatory lS-492c. 

— mil, Neb. 19-324 iVi). 

— Hill, liar, Me. 17-434 (D4). 

— Island, 111. 11-301 (E2). 
Blue iron earth : see Vivianite. 

Blue Jacket. Okla. 20-58 (FI). 

Blue jay: o( N'ortli America 15- 
298a. 15-297d (flg.); ot 
Africa and India r see Roller. 

— John(min.)10-578c. 

Blue John Mine, cave, Derby. 

— Knob,'mt., Pa. 21-106 (E5); 



11782) is-7 
■me lupine l'l-n 
- magpie 25-53(1 



lluemont, Va. 28-113 (El), 
iliie Mound, 111. 14-304 (CI). 

- Mound, Kan. 15-054 (Ha). 

- Mound, Mo. 18-008 (C2). 
-Mounds, Wis. 28-740 (D6) 



596 (1'2) i 1-I93a. 



:, prov., A.E.Sud. 2 

riv., N.E.AI. 19-8!... 

; 1-83 (map); 9-10 
course 19 -6 9 5 b, 27 
drainage area 1-84'b 



Blue ointment: see Hydrar- 

— pill : see. uVdrargeri pilula. 

— plantain-eater 16-5401). 



- Point oyster 16-982d. 
Hue-pond. Ala. 1-460 (Dl). 
Hue Rapids, Kan. 15-6S4(FI). 

- Ribbon (knighthood) 15- 
867a. 

Hue Rldgo, Ga. 11-752 (Bl). 
ilueridge, IU. 14-304 (03). 
Jhie Ridgo, Mo. 18-603 
(B-Cl). 

- Ridgo, Te: 

- Ridge, m 



- Ridge, 



., N.Y. 19-596 
Vt. 19-490 (B4). 



— Ridge, mts., U.S. 11-75! 
(CD; 17-828 (D3-E1); 19 
772 (A2-B1); deseriptiot 
19-7711), 25-499d, 28-llSd 
2-207 d. 

— Ridge Springs, Va. 28-1X8 

— River, Wis. 23-740 (Co). 
Blues Creek, riv., O, 20-2 

(D4). 
Blue shark 21-692 ; 24-S07b 
24-SOIc 

— sheep : see Bharal. 
Blucskin, N.Z. 19-024 (C8). 
Lllue Slippor : see Gault. 
Blue Spring, mts., Utah an 

Ida. 14-276(04). 

— Springs, Ala. 1-460 (D4). 

— Springs, Fla. 10-540 (E3) J 
10-540d. 

— Springs, Miss. 18-600 (Dl). 

— Springs, Mo. 18-008 (B2). 

— Springs, Neb. 19-324 (H4). 
Blue squadron (naval) 19- 

30*1). 
Blua Stack, mta. Ire. : see 



To make fall use of this Index it is essential to reatf the 
instructions given on Page 1. 

TH, Northutnb. 4-93c 



Guards (The Blues). 
BLUESTOCKING 4-9 Id. 
Bluestene, riv., W.Va. 28-51 

(B-C4). 
Bluethroat (Cvanecula) Z 

971d: 18-435c. 
Bine titmouse 20-1030c 



Blue Water Creek, riv., N.Mcx. 

19-520 (K5). 
Blue whale i see Sibbuld' 

qual. 
— wildebeest : see Brindled 

Blufl, 1 

— I utaTOT-siTQiis^ 

Bluff (The), cape, N.Z. 19- 



_<o5£ ' 



Okla. : 
090 (13). 



. 19-62? 

<B7); 14-71Sc: see oiw 

Campbelltewn. 
Bluffing : sec Bluff. 
Bluffsriring, Fla. 10-540 (B5). 
Bluflsprings, 111. 14-304 <B4). 
BluHton, Ala. 1-160 (Dl). 
— , Ark. 2-552 (B3). 
— , Ga. 11-752 <B4). 
— , la. 14-732 (Fl). 
— , Ind. 14-422(03). 
— , Minn. 18-550 (B4). 



BLUM, ROBERT F.4-92a; 14- 

324b. 
— , Roger : see Flor, Roger di. 
Blum, Tex. 26-090 (K3). 



Blumenfold, R.. D. 19-5G1U. 
Blumensteiu, Swltz. 28-242 

(D3). 
Blutnenthal, For- 
— , LEONHARD, 



;_ 24-7 12a. 

I. J. 26-264c. 

aidt, J. C. " _ 
salphorn. 



lhardt, J. C. 10-1 35 d. 



Blun, Ga. 11-752 (D3). 
Blundule, Ga. 11-752 (1)3). 
Blundel Brook, riv.. Lanes. 1 

139 (CI). 
Blundell, Peter 26-1033e. 
Blundell Sands, Lanes. 16-1; 



19-2 87 d. 
Blunhani, Beds. 9-424 (IV. 

B2]. 
Blunsdon St Andrew, Wilts. 

Blunt, Edward ; see Blount, 

—/Francis Sea won 4-03i 



). 9-412 (I. 

)-792d. 

4 (IV. F2) ; 



— , riv., Tas. 26-439a. 
Hlyth art sale 2- 7 00b. 
Blyth Bridge, Scot. 



Blythc, San 
— , Walter : 
Blythc, Ga. 



lilythedalc, Mo. 18-608 (CI). 
Blythesdale Bravstone 2-H*5o, 
BlyUie'a process (forestry) 26- 

Blyttieville, Ark. 2-552 (F2). 
Blytli.iwood, Capo Ool. 15- 

G30b. 
— J louse, mansion, Soot. 12- 

18 (map). 
Blytor,, T.iocs. 9-41S (TI. F3). 
Blytt, Mathias Numscn 19- 

8171). 
BIyttia 21-72!)d. 
B'NAI B'RITH 4-93d ; 11- 

222b. 
B.N.C. : seeBrascnosoColloge, 

Oxford. 
Bo, Nor. (Nordland) 19-800 

(CD. 
— , Nor. (Sogne Fd.) 19-804 

Bo," Br.W.AI. 11-204 (C5)[ 25- 

— , lake, Peot. 9-2H91). 
— , riv., Bal. 14-376 (B5). 
Bo [measure): «« Bre. 
Boa (costume) 4-91b. 
BOA (zool.) 4-94a; affinities 
23-175c: body cavity 23- 



Boaoo, Nio. 5-67S (D4). 
Boa constrictor i-94a; 

445d. 
Boad, India : sec Baud. 
Boaden, John 24-7K9n.. 
BOADICEA 

20-903c. 
" Boadicea " 



loa Ksperanza. Br 
mnas) 4-440 (C3). 



94o ; 5-700d ; 
(cruiser) 24- 

:. (Aim. 



lo)4-4ifl(G7). 

e 14-7088 ; 6-420a. 

P.Is. 21-302 (C4). 

tribe 8-309a. 

no, Mal.Arch. 17-16S 

, India : see Rampur- 

h'Sk, Pa. 21-100(04). 

oano, isl., Mal.Arch. 17-460 



(F3). 

BOARl-94d; Adonis 1-21 2< 
Calj-don legend 21- 



; Teutoulo eacriflce 2\ 



(A3). 

Board ha: 

Boardhead 7-6 



Ark. 2-553 

27-380. 

lake! Scot. 22- 

I) 19.313d. 

>USE4-95a. 

BOARDING -OUT SYSTEM 4- 

B5o; 22-76a; 13-614o. 
BOARDMAN, GEORGE D. 4- 

9 id. 
— , Richard 18-294b. 
Boardman. N.C. 19-772 (D3). 
—.Wis. 28-740 (A3). 
— , riv., Mich. 18-372 (E5). 

— Bridge, Conn. 6-952 (A3). 
Boardmans Crock, riv., Keb. 

19-324 (C2). 
Board of Admiralty, &c. : see 
Admiralty, Board ot. &c. 

— Schools: see School Boards. 
Boarhills, Soot, 24-418 (F2) ; 

23-1015d. 
Eoarhunt, parish, I. of W. 28- 

62 7d. 
Boaria 15-lla. 
BoarsRTeavc, Lanas. 16-139 

(D2). 
Boar's head ceremony 4-95a ; 



!oas, Frank 14-45 7a. 
-, J.E.V. 26- 5 4 lib. 
ioas, riv., Asia M.:sei 



Churuk 



BOASE, HENRY 8. 4- 

Boast (tennis) 26-0271. 
Boasted stroke (racquets) 22- 

7Blc. 
Boaster (tool)17-3_42a._ 

BOAT (: 



. t Nfd. 19-479 (C3) ; 
9-42e, 



28:ih ; basket 
burial in ll-330e ; fol< 
3-SI2d: see aim PlilTt. 
Joathill 13-3M8a j 3-905d 



Boat of Bridec, Scot. 9-269c. 

— of Garten, Scot. 24-411 
(E2). 

Boat-pan l-681o. 

Boat, raolng 23-7S3C i 4-99d. 

BOATSWAIN (naval) 4-100c. 

Boatswain's boat 24'-282a, 
Boat-tail 12-311b. 
Boa Vista, Eraz. (Ajnazonaa) 
4-440 (B3). 

— Vista, Eraz. (Pernambnec) 
4-440 (14). 

— Vista, isl. Cape Verde Is. 
5-253 (map); 5-255a. 

— Vista, riv., Braz. Zl-118b. 



iO (CI), 
(D6). 



— , Wis. 28-740 (C5>. 
— , W.Va. 28-560 (B2). 
— , isl., Ber. 3-793c. 
Boaz (pillar) 28-SOGb ; 

Boh (bell rineine) 3-Q90d. 
— (verso) 27- 104 0c 
Boha (diai 

Bobael7-... 
Bouadilla, Fi 



.27-41 4 d. 

28-8820 J 15-343o; 

460b. 



17- 8 2 a. 
Bobadilla, 

BOBBILI, l Lnd^ + 4^'i00c ; 14- 

382 (K10). 
Bobbin, Tim : Bee Collier, John. 
Bobbin, Tex. 26-690 (MS). 
Bobbin 28-814a. 
Bobblneton, hundred, Salop 

25-7 f- 



Bohhini! wheel 2f 



B3J I 



11-2 



'18- 



16-942 

e : see Pillow 
'8c. 

It. 4-100d; 15- 
■ 117d; libra: " 
.-250c, 20- 

y 6-151„ 

Bobcaygeon, Can. 20-114 (02). 
BOBER,riv.,Gcr.4-I00d; 11- 

80S (F,3). 
Bobionsis Codes (1; 
Bobfgny, Ff. 10-77 
Bobo, Glai' '■ 



-195d. 



'iSuE i 



e Cclestinc 



14-422 (H3). 



- - ((FM). 

..bolink 14-275d; l-121a: 

27-633d. 
tob6n, P.Is. 21-392 (E4). 
tobonaza, riv.. Be. 8-911 <C2). 
•-■■—'- •- "-,-530 (A-Bl) ; 



20- 25 2d. 
lobotove»T0l 

18-767 (Al-2). 
lobovac, Bosn. ! 



crolilye, 



Montci 



C-D2). 
Bohring, Mo. 18 
Bobrka, Aus. ! 

Bobrov, Russ. 23-872 <lJ-5) ; 

23-212a. 
Bobrovka. rly.. Buss. 7-979i 
BOBRUISK. Russ. 4-101; 

23-872 (OS); 18-SSBb. 

Bobrzynski, Michael 21-928. 

Bobs, lake, " —-■■-— 



eok, ] 



, 21- 



Bob-sled 6-fi03b. 
Bob-tail dog : see Shecp-do&. 
Bob-white: see Virginian quail. 
llobylefE's problem 14-12f- 



-^- del Monte, Mcx. 18-324b, 
Bocabel, Can. 19-465 (B21. 
Bocafunda, Braz. 4-4i0 (G2), 
Bocage, B. du : see Du Bocage, 

B. 
BOCAGE, MANUEL M. B. DB 

4-101a. 
— , Paid 10-30 4c. 
— , Picrro Martinien 8-655b. 
BOCAGE, dists., Fr. 4-lOld; 

Marne 17-748c; Kormandy 

10-77G(C2); VendeolO-77S 

(C3). 
Bocagea Yirsata : see BlacS 

BocaErande. Fla. 10-540 (D5). 
Bocaina, mts., BraK. 4-440d. 
Bocarro (writer) 18-732b, 
Bocarus, riv., Cyprus : see 

DIoriKo. 
Bocas del Toro, Pan. 20-G65a. 
Borayna, str.. Can. Is. 5-172 

(map). 
Boooa (geol.) 28*181h ; 28- 

187a, 
BOCCACCIO, GIOVANNI 4- 

102a ; 27-3180 ; 11-lllc ; 4- 

223b ; Chaucer r.i.'.t .i™» 

Manuel 15-5300 



902a; 

legend 27-.11 



Sijsr 



14- 



Trojao 



Bocea d'Arno, It. : see Marina, 
di Pisa. 

— di Brenta, pass, Alps 1- 
747a. 

— di Cadlimo, pass, Alps 1- 

— di_ Tuckctt, pass, Alps 1- 
Cnrtena, 



Uomi 



wde. 



Boccali 5- 7 3 6b. 
BOCCALINL TRAJANO 4 

105c. 
Bocoaiiera, Simone ll-597d. 



see Cattaro, Bocehe dl. 
BOCCHERINI, LUIGI 4-lOSd. 
Boechcsi (people) 3-27b. 
Bocchetla dell' Altaro : sen 

Bocchl, Achilles 12-095a. 
Bocchoris (Egj-ptian king) »- 

S6d; 17-56Sa. 
Bocchoritani (people) 14- 036a, 
BOCCHUS I. 4-106b. 
— II. 4-106b; 17-908b. 
Bocooni, L. 15-1 7 a. 
Boceonia 13-768d; 13-7423; 

21-7800. 



BOCHART, SAMUEL 4-106c ; 






BOCHOLT, Gc 



Mil, Gcr. 4-iuoa.; 11- 
(A3); battle (779) 24- 
Boid: cotton 7-297a. 
BOCHUM,Ger.4-106djll-8O8 



Booko"lson, Jan : aee Bnck- 

holdt, Johann. 
Bockenheim, Ger.ll-18a. 
Bockhart, lake, A113. 11-5041). 
BOCKH, PHILIPP AUGUS1 

4-10Hd; 14-627d. 
Bockholdt, Johann : see Buck. 

Booking, Kdwar'd 3-452d. 
Booking, Es3. 4-413c ; dcanerj 

Bockkarseharte, pass, Alps !■ 

Booklet, Oer.l5-837b ; mineral 
waters 18-5 2 0b. 



Boeognauo, Cora, 16-4 (B3). 



BoflonnocCorn. S-430 (VI.C3). 
Eacota.Fwt. KA1. 25-466 (L4). 
Bocisio, riv.. It. 26-242 (F5). 
BOCSKAY, STEPHEN 4- 10 6a: 

13-01 2a. 
Bocsku, Nagy, Hung. : see 



— , Sived. (Vermland) 26-19 
(1J2). 

Biidal, Nor. 19-801 (D2). 



-433d: 14-619a. 



.,.,^„ . „.* Bndlc 
BODE, J OH ANN ELERT (as- 
tronomer) 4- 108b; 7-1 4a; 

— , Jobaiin Joachim C. (writer) 

—, Mabel *20-632a. 

— Wilhclm 26-6101) ; 2B-430C 
Bode, la. 14-732 (C2). 

— , riv.. Ger. 23-953o; valley 

BiKk'rtern, Wales 9-428 (V.C1). 
Bodega, bar. Cub 5-1 8a. 

— Head, cape. Cal. 5-8 (B2). 
Bodegas, Kc. 12-6 05 d. 

-. riv., Ee. 8-911 (B3); 8- 

Bodegonss 20-*; 6d- 
Boilegraven, Holl. 13-2 8 Oc. 
BODEL, JEHAN 4-108c;il- 

liod 1 ck'dist., 8 Ai. 4-255a. 
Bodeli. Indin 14-316 (E-F8). 
Bodebbcrg, Ger. 26-242 (ID. 



BODENBACH, 



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Instructions given on Page I. 

ikebiuder 3-371b. Bogachiel, Wash. 23-35 (j 

....^keL Holl. 13-508 <C3). Bogacre, Adriauus 8-727a. 

Boellke (physician) 21-870b. Bogale, Bur. 4-840 (D6) 

....... j.t -..-, .—i . ... Bogaluna, La. 17-S6c. 



Bodio, 

Endjo, HaLAreh. : see Bima. 
?eeb, riT., Ala. 1-46 

it., Md. 17-838(02). 

4-110c; 9-69e. 

Bodle, Aby. 25-379 (C5). 



; Laud's extension 
t Green, Sub. 9-424 

BODLEY, GEORGE FREDK. 

4-L10c; 2-135b; 24-404b. 
— , SIR THOMAS 4-110d; 

6-107c; Oxford 23-412d. 
Bodmann, F. J. 12-739d. 
BODMEH, JOHANN JAKOB 

; 11-790(1. 

BODMIN (Bod ai)- a). Corn. 

' lllb; 9-13(1 (VI. C3); 

oor, Corn. 9°-430 (VI. C2); 
lllb: geology 7-180b. 

BObo,"1 _ ot. 3 4-md; 19-800 
B-928d ; 15- 



e 11-47 3e 



8ob;8-830d. f 
production 10-4! 



lO-466b; 

■f 35-1 7b. 

„ , „„.._,. Jb. 

BODON1, G IAMB ATT 1ST A 4- 
---(l;16-572d. 
lidue 10-4 <i5d. 



Bodon, 



oseph 1: 



■ ■■ -.- ii 
-, Bace, < 
Bodrog 

Bo atelier. 



,.: see Forth, 



(1 19- 3 17 d. 
ling^-itO^ 



m, Ger. 11-81 
[-per (diet.) 6-2! 



BODENSTEDT, FRIEDRICH 



r:'24-801d:23-727c 

in. srulf, Soot. : see Forth, 

i lick Law, int., Scot. 

.ry (Bodfarij, Wales 10- 
-h, Cal. 5-8 (D4). 



os.) 18-219c; 22-fi00c 
,niiron5-209d;Spinoz: 



i.3-4(Kl);23-326(C2); 

12b. 

., Hung. 13-895b. 



Boendale, Jan van 8-720b. 
Boen-harow 4-2 03d. 

i, bay. Mad. 17-271 (B2) 
(poet) 20-7 7 b. 

, cape, Sic. 15-4 (D6). 

BOEOTIA, dist., Gr. 4-114d 
12-121 (D-E2); gcolosy 12' 
427b; population 12-128d 



quest 10-476c; 
4-891c;19-44b. 



ndia : see Buddh 
. (Buddhist) 6- 



BODHI VAMSA 4-1091). < 



Bod in (of Servla) 24-efllc. 

—.JEAN -4109c; ll-126d ; 
13-530d; ou protector, ' 
22-4fi8c; on state 2S-520 

Bodincomagus, It. : see 
dustria. 

Boilineus, riv., It. : eeeFo. 

Bodinea, Pa. 21-106 (13). 



the (princo) 24-432 a. 
tromion 6-3 13a. 
Irornios Apollo 2-1840. 

iler, Peter 1B-M19a. 

Bochm, Georg 14-1 9 7 o. 
— , Joseph Daniel 24-514a, 
, SIR JOSEPH EDGAR 4- 
113d; 24-502b: Carlyle 



— , Martin 27-597a. 

— , Theobald 10-582d; 

'iiologtet.) 28-16 



fluenoed 16-299c; theoaophy 



BOEHM VON BAWERK, 

Boekc (physicist) 21-469d. 



Bo6r P (ph- 
BOER 4- 



trcatinent of natives 
),' riv., Erit.GuI. 12- 
a (Burbieta) 7-726d; 



j-.m, Richard 1B-2760. 



oesehepe. Fr. 10-893a, 
beseken, J. 21 -479b. 
-, J. H. 15-286a. 
oespitzc, mt„ Alps 1-747 
uoswillwald, G. E. l-360c 



— the Stoio 21-103C 
Boethusians:sef-He 
Boetie, Eticnne de h 
BOETIUS (Boetliiua) 
Manlius Ssverinu 



odians. 
11-1 2( 
ANICIUS 



one l-583d, 28-7Sa; teci 

see 4-117 d. 

F]aTiu3 4-llfib. 

tteberville, Md. 17-827d. 

uf, lake, La. 17-54 (b7). 

riv.. Ark. and La. 2-552 

Di); 17-54 (el). 

3avoii, riv.. La. 17-54 (B3); 

7-5 la. 

3reek, riv.. Mo. 18-608 (E3). 

ufs, Morne aux, int., Mat- 

nitl He 17-802 (Al). 

™ de Ilawmtmu! 3-S37a. 

:c'Rosnv, Joseph Henry. 

ictli 13- S 90a. 

arull. Antonio de 25-590d. 



ta, Tex. 26-690 (112). 

„„rf»tyr " (orniser) 24-913b. 

BOGATZKY, KARL HEIN- 



— Brook, riv., K.H. 



— , K. 12-165d; 1S-93KCJ 26- 



BLUE-BOHE 

Bogolubov, Alexis Petrovioli 

BOGOMILS 4-119a; 10-587b; 
4-382d ; literature 4-TS5d; 
Marcionite influence 17- 

ogong, mt„ Vict, 28-38 (D2); 

28-3 8d. 

ogopol. Bus?. 23-874 (I. C2), 
ogor, Java: sec Buitenzorg. 
og orchis 20-172b. 
■Ofroris (Bulgarian king) 18- 

297d. 
.OKOriiditnk, Rus-s. 23-872 

(ES); 27-3U5d. 



23-727c. 
Biifflv, Giiilli 
Boffksmeor, 
Boffraud, ( 

17-125d. 



Bofosp 



, Fr.G 



clay de Tolly, 



■ed. 26-190 (Bl). 
ul 13 -9 5 9 a. 
pen, Ger. 19- 5a. 
Den. 8-24 (C3 

i, chau., Deu. 8-24 



i. 14-744 (D3); 



16-539b. 
Bofu, Nig. 19-678 (C4). 
Bor, lake, Me. 17-434 (B-C2). 
— , lake. Me. 17-434 (E4). 
BOG (diet.) 4-1 18o. 
Bogahri, N.S.W. 10-538 (E2). 



— play (g-olf) 12-2210. 
Boggart: see Bogart. 
Bosg Creek, riv., Ind. 



Boggs, LUbura W. 18-614b; 

Boggstowii, Ind. 14-422 (F5). 
Boggy, Ark. 2-552 (B4). 
— , Fla. 10-510 (C6). 

— Bayou, riv.. La. 17-54 (Al). 

— Creek, riv., Okla. 20-58 
(C-D3J. 

— Depot, Okla. 20-58 (E3). 
BogKy tliale27-631b. 
Hogh, Erik 8-43a. 

Bogha (l'ers. minister) 21- 
22tid. 

— (Turk, general) 5-49o; 11- 
75yb;5-4Bc;5-40a. 

Bogliari, Afe. 1-043 (B2); 1- 

BOGHAZ KEUI, Turk.As. 4- 
HSd; 2-760 (F2). SeeaUi 

Boghead 20- 5 3 5b. 



BoKiBhitoh, Baltbaaar 18-770a, 
Bogisla.us I. (of Pomerunia) 

5-222d. 
— XIV. (of Pomsrania) 22- 

47d;26-854c. 
Bogja, Asia M. 13-636 (C2); 

13-5 3 6b. 
Bogle, Oeorge 26-B23o. 
— , Johnl8-527b. 



val.. It. 28-242 

4-118d; f 

ilogy 9-41 

9-662o; 

4-1 18d; . 

a.4-118d. 

IOV, Russ. A 

El). 

f Allen, lie. ; see Allei 



BOGORODSK, Russ. (Moscow) 
- -i20c; 23-872 (El). 

Iuhb. (Vologda) 23-873 

s.'diBt., N.E.Af. 9-74fid; 



BoEoyevltsl, Serv. 24-686 (A- 

B2|. 
BOGRA (Bagura), India 4- 

121b; 14-376 (N7). 
— , dipt., India 4-121b. 
Bogree, N.ri.W, 19-538 (El). 
Bog-slide 4-118e. 
BiigBtad.Nor, 19-804 (A2). 



u (Slavo 



a) 21-2 



— , tribe 16-82„_. 

Boguohar, Russ. 23-872 (E- 

F6);28-212a. 
Bognohwal ; ee.e Bognfal. 
Bogud (Mauretanian king) 4- 

106e; 17-90Sb; 5-462a. 
BOGUE, DAVID *-121e; 13- 



Boguochitto, Ala. 1-460 (B3). 
Kogue Chitto. Miss. 18-600 
<B4). 

ilv.,La. 17-; 

riv., Mias. 

— '('Jhiito Creek, riv., Ala. 1- 

460 (B3). 
— Sound, N.C. 19-772 (F3). 
Bogufal (Boguchwal), Gottlob 

21-923b. 
Bogulawski, W. : Me Bogus- 

Bognmil '(priest) 4-120b. 
BOGUS (diet.)4-121o. 
Boguslav, Rubs. 23-874 (I. C2). 
BoKuslawskl, W. 8-544a; 21- 



(MS) 






.phyte: see Hydro, 

xerophyte, 
Bohain, Fr. 10-778 (F2). 
Bohairlc (dialect) 9-59b; 7- 

111c; Biblo in 3-882d. 
Bohan. E'r. 24-6310. 
BOHEA 4-121c; ll-291a. 
Boheint (monk) 4-3560. 
Bohemaria 15-2S7d. 
Bohemia. Oreg. 20-242 (C4). 

4-121c; 3-4 (C2); 2-970e; 
(hist, maps) »-920, 9-921, 
11-834, 11-856; agriculture 
- „..., ..„ . -- inage 1Q . 



2-972. 
902b; 



);elassl2-86c, 12-1' 



2-97 4c, 7- 



Garlsbad.Marlenbad ; ii 
2-97 Id, 2-97 4a foil. 
6.83d; pearl fisheries 21 



BOHE-BONE 



25-23 


o; a 






',■" 


nrl^i* 






1331) 


2-97 



session War 3-40b; Boi 



Aus. : ace BiiluulRCli -MS.hr- 

Boliemian Museum. Society of 

tt)e22-5U9b;*-lS-2c. 
Bohemian pheasant 21-361c. 
— sea (geol.) 20-23«b; 20- 

Bobemilla coniata 5-7 9 5c. 
BOHEMUND I. 4-135b; 22- 
313a; 26-394C; acquires 

l-4S6c; mauaoleom 5-204a; 
Raymond of Toulouse 22- 



Bohi, ! 



-, Ire, 14-7*4 (B4). 



>. 25-i 



10 (Fl). 



l. 20- 



604b;2O-668c 
Bohlau, Helene ±i-isnc. 
Boh leu und Oalbach, Gustav 

Bohlin ~" ""'"" 



i, Char 



3-33 Oc. 



cr,G.IIeinriehB-409c. 
— , u. !,. 27-76Ha. 
— , JOHANN FRIEDRICH 4- 
136d. 

(C2)';4-12iti;ll-805d;'ralu- 



— Risilorf, Gee. : see Riidorf. 

— Triibau, Aus. 3-4 <E2). 
BOHN, HENRY GEORGE 4- 

137b. 
Buhnenberger/, J. G. F. yon 

Bolmsdorf, Ger. 11-808 (map). 
Bohol, ial., P.Ib. 21-392 (E6); 

area 21-392C, 6-592d. 
— , prov., f .la. 21-392 (E6). 
Boh on. Juan 24-66 3a. 



Bolitan, tribe 15-949d. 
Bohlau Su, riv., Atria M. 1! 

9l:tb. 
BOHTLINGK, OTTO VON > 

137b. 
BolliT;Nte.2B-937c. 
BOHUN (family) 4-137c; loi 

hfeti conatable 17-3c: " - 

hnrst 1§-41 8c, 18-4184 
— .Edmund 4-S7b. 
•-. Henry 24-43flb. 
»-, Humphrey de Z8-899&. 



Mid- 



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, prov., Swed. 26- 



4-13Sb;. 14-905b; 8- 

3uiavud, Asia M. 25-149b. 
Joibeis, lake, Gr.; see Karla 
3oidac 25-289b; 4-94a; a 
atomy 83- 152b, 23-163 
centro of origin 23-17 oa: d 
tributlon 28-lOiao; phy 



BOIELDIEU, franco: 

Adrian 4-139a; statue' 2: 

Boicato\vn. N.B. 19-465 (Bl) 
BOIGNE, BENOiT de 4-1391 



BOII 4-133e; 
Romans ai 



620b. 
— , desert 

4-139d. 
Boil (family) 
Boil, Bernt 

BOIL (mod.) 4-140a; 



and 23-629b, 23- 

>f tho, dist., Eur. 

Buyl. 



790c; 



-39 tc 



Q-815d; 6- 

.; 27-2870. 
40a. 

e; 14-1 16b. 
mla2S-122d. 
ESPREAUX, 
40a; ll-128d; 



alive 18-923d, 22- 

,ake, W.I. 8-402a. 
mint 27-9(14b; and 

■lendeleoff'a definition 

of" solutions 27-899c. 



aatones ((too!.) 19- 
;s 13-86 Se. 



(F. de la Boe). 
— , John du 9-3 4 4a. 
Bois, dfct., IT. 10-778 (C4). 
— , ial., Nfd. 19-479 IC3). 
Boisbandran, Paul Emit 



BOIS BRULES, 1 



— do SartelJes. fort, Fr. 27- 

— du Chapitre, fort, FT. 27- 
Boia 'du Mont, rot.. Ft. 2- 



BOISE, Ida. ; 



, Ida. 14-276 (A4); 



Boisfort, Belg. 13-737d. 
BuisBayacisa-JSSa. 
BOISGOBEY, FORTUNE du 

4-1 53d. 
BOISGUILBERT. PIERRE LE 



Met* 



de 4-16tb. 



BOISSARD, 

Boisweau (m 

354 (H4). ' 
Boiaevain, (!an. 17-584 (K3). 
BOISSIER, MARIE LOUIS A. 



154d. 
ToEdmi 



BO IV IN, 



ae, anowfleld, 
" FRANCOIS 



da 4- 



Bojoh 



i, Bohen 



8-71 (A3). 



4- 123c. 



;s (F2). 



Bokeriy 



Barthwc 



28c B-34a; Kusslan i 
quest 20 -4 2 2d. 

if." 19-53 8 (111). 

it 

„ ,„-j,l 

Bukharl. 

Bothoma, Okla. 20-5X (G4). 
Bokht-ardaehir : see Buahire. 
Bokhtioh, tribe : so: Bobtan. 



lokke veld. Warn 



Bokopaka, Mad. 17-2' 
Bokorny, T. l-596b. 
Eokoshe- Okla. ZD-iiS 

BokoTt 
(G2). 

BoWc 

5-55( 
Bokpyi 
Bokro. 
Boks 



BOLETUS 4-159d; colour 11- 
S34di spores ll-336o. 

Boley, Ala. 1-460 (B2). 

— . Okla. SM-58 (K2). 

BOLEYN (BULLEN), ANNE 
l-159d;7-376a;ci— " - 



(Haitian presi- 
JACQUES 
28-4 9 la. 



de 14- 
FONTA- 
FRAN- 

-CKer, Fr. 10-802 

•aah. 28-354 [1 
Gouffler, Seigr 
■uffier, Seiguear do 



BOLAN PASS, 



Boizot, Louis S-753b. 
Bojaoa. dopt., Colom. : 

Bojador, cape, N,W.Af.21- 
(B2); 1-320; 13-296b. 

Bojano, It. 16-4 (E4). 

Bojanua, L. H. 20-57a. 

Bojardo, Count M. M. ; 
Bofanio. Count M. M. 

Bojeador, cape, P.Is. 21-392 
(CD. 

Bojer, Johan 



. 1-643 (D2). 

Bokawe, p.ls. 21-392 (K2). 
Bokehito, Okla. 20-58 (ES). 
Boke, Fr.W.Af. 11-204 (B4); 

ll-10ad. 
Bokoelia, Kla. 10-540 (D5). 
BOKENAM, OSBERN 4-1 56a 
,... .. „ ._... „ l-836d. 



-, riy., Hants r ; 



27-420 (C4); Moslem schools 
BOKHARA, j 



of : 



1-7 9c, : 



Khrebet, mta., Cauc. 



862 a. 

— , Sir Geoffrey S-924a. 
—.George, Viscount 

ford : see Rochford, ( 

Boleyn. 
— , Margaret 20-2950. 



4-35 8a. 

)1, Ferdinand" S 42 4d; 15- 

Boi'28-70d. 

" ' 't. 16-270a. 

eity) 3-294a. 

.ibber) 23-K0Ob. 

Dla (Bora-Bora), 

J. 20-436 (09); 



leyn, e, 
—. Sir William 19-819d. 
BOLGAR1 (Bolgarj-, " ' 



MaLArch. 

i. 2B-948d. 
Bal. 4-1 5 Sa; 
3-2 91c. 
(C2). 
i Boyar. 
4-382 (Ell); 

see Balsam 

5-678 (A3). 



4-1 61b; fair 19-721d, 

lS-71»b, 18-717C. 
Bokjara, tribe 6-350c. 
Bulgenaob, riv.. Aus. 26-24S 

(H-I2). 
Boterad, R^ee. 23-874 (B4). 



3-294a; ralley 17-45^b. 
Bolide : gee Fireball. 
Boligee, Ala. 1-460 (A3). 
Bolinao, cape. JMb- 21-3 

(B2). 
Bolinaa, Col. 5-8 (B3). 
BOLINGBROKE, HENRY 



■n 3-5 31c ; 



;wift 2i 



BoliiiBbroke. New, Linen. 9- 

416 (II. G3). 
— , Old. LincB. 9-416 (II. 

G3); 16-1 16b. 
Boliuger, La. 17-54 (al). 



BolisBus, Turk .A 



23-S47d. 



itueha. Miss. 18-600 (C3 
nvadun, Ada M. 21-54.... 
]e, lake, Gr. 12-110 (B4). 

BOLBEC, Fr. 4-158c; 10-778 
-12). 

It., Fr. 24-5 8 8d. 

iltioe, Egy. : see Rosetta. 

a. It. 14-2 6 8a. 
Bolckow, Mo. 18-B08 (Bl). 
Bold, pt., 'i'as. 26-438 (Al). 
Bolde. Samuel 16-846d. 



(oliyar. Are. 2-462 (Di). 
-, Mo. 18-608 (C4). 
-, K.Y. 19-596 (B3); 20-751) 
— , Teun. 26-620 (C2). 
O. 20-26 (H3). 
. ^'a. 21-106 (Do). 
BOLIVAR, dept., Colom. 4- 
166b; 6-701 (B2). 
-, proy., EC. 8-911 (B2); 



Heath, Lauca. 16-139 

in'i, Giovanni 20-51 4 d. 
ixnm, Ger. 10-591a. 



ildon. Dm, 9-412 (I. F3). 

o7t7im Book S-399o. 

Dldre, Hants 9-420 (III. 



- Co., Mies. 18-600 (B2). 

- Heights, mtfi-.W-Va .18-1 4b. 
Olivia, 111.14-304 (C4). 

-, N.S.W. 19-538 (Fl). 



dustrics 4-172e: legislative 
assembly 20-9S(R>; maps 
17-653b; railwaya 4-172a, 
25-489b; religion 4-1 74b. 

— : History 4-175a; 1-I54a; 
4-462d;20-759b, 

Bohviano 4-174b. 

Bolkalakh, Euss^s. 25-10 
(Gl). 

BOLKHOV, Rueb. 4-177d; 
23-872 (E5); battle (1608) 
7-984C. 

Boll, Switz. : see BuUe. 

BOLL (diet.) 4-177d. 

Bollador, It. 26-242 (14). 

Boiland, John 4-177d; 26- 



— , 111. 14-304 (D6). 
Boleskino, Scot. 24-412 (D2). 
Holeslacoita : set: Kraszewski, 

Joseph Ignatius. 
BOLESLAUS I. (of Poland) 4- 

158d; 21-902c; Bohemian 

relatjona~il-8S7o, 13-*2T3d. 

— II. (of Poland 4-159a; 21- 
902d: 

— III. (of Poland) 4-159b; 21- 
902 d. 

— IV. (of Poland) 11-S41A. 

— V. (of Poland) 21-901<L 
Boleslav I. (of Bohemia) 4 



ioletophila luminosa21-4 



190 (B3) 
seelBuB 



icra, Baldwin d 
Bolhn, riv., Chea. 16' 

(n. C3J; 18-1740. 
Bolline, Fr. 10-7T8 (G5); 

logy 21-8470. 
Bollir.g (family) : see Bow 

(family). 
BolliiiK, Ala. 1-460 (C4). 



Boiling Mills, Va. 28-118 (D3). 

Bollmgton, Cftes. S-416 (II. 

C3); 16-1S9(D3); population 



Ilnllos, Sp. 25-530 (B4); 

3-8 54c 

!1 weevii : see. Cotton boli 

!l«erk : see Bulwark. 



Bolnbo, Bel.Cong. 6-923 (B3) 

Bolodon*18-966b; 15-570b. 
BOLOGNA. GIOVANNI DA 

4-17Sb; 24-496a. 
BOLOGNA. It. 4- [7 8c: 



(1431) 9-83Sb; government 
15-39(1, 15-56d; legal scho.il 
27-750a; medical school 18- 
47c, l-92(!c; metropolitan 
bco 15-1 8n; natural science 
school l-53fia; observatory 
19-95fic; palaces 2-412d; 
papal rule 26- 80 5c, 23- 
fi.«b, 20-714b; Pisano's 
sculpture 2i-649a; popula- 



, 10-4 lb, 16- 



., It, B5-805d: 15-6d; 
I; dialect dictionaries 



n phosphorus 3-402a. 
riy..C.Af. 19-693(08). 
er 16-n6o; 26-B33rt; 

nits,, N.S.W. 19-538 

kingdom, C. 



15-633c; 20-6S7b. 



. It. 15-4 (C3): 15-26 
I); 4-1791; 28-190d. 
a (BoMrava), riv., 
As25-10(L3);15-645b. 
Dcrbetovskiv, dtet,, 



.., Chil. 6-142d. 



liolsover, Thomas 24-82 4a. 

BOLSOVER, Derby. 4-179-t 

9-410 (17. R3);2-H8d;eoo 



60 (Mi), 
-ickwork 4 
D-GG4d. 



Holl. 13-58 i 



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— . Schclte al6-722d. 
Holt, Va. 28-118 (B4). 
— . head. Devon. 9-430 (VI. 



— (law) 14-5 85c. 



i, Sp. 25-530(1-1). 



Bolton. Werner von 26-101a 
16-669c. 

Bolton, Can. 5-160 (C2). 

— . Conn. 6-952 (F2). 

—,111.14-304(01). 

BOLTON, Lanes. 4-I80d; 16- 
139 (D2); battle (1644 
12-408d; cotton 7-275d, 7- 
288a; rainfall 16- 13 8c. 

— . Mass. 17-S5K (D2); 17- 
740d. 

(C.4). 



— , Vt, 19-190 <B3). 

— , Weatm. 9-412 (I. C3). 

— . castle. Yorks. 28-935b: 

28-5 2 Oh. 
— (Little), dist., Laucs. 4- 



•, Lai 



'. Yorks. 



i. 4-181b. 



BOLTON ABBEY, Yorks. 4 
181c; 9-116 (II. 1)2). 

Canal 4-181h. 

— Mouses, Lance. 16-139 (B! 

— le Sands, Lanes. 9-11 
(II.Bl);16-133c. 



Bolton 



), Con 



Cotton-Spin- 
i. 6-952 (F2). 






Bolt Tall, pt., Devon. 9-430 

(VI. E3). 
Bolt npricht (diet.) 4-lftOb. 
Bolt wood, B. B. 22-7 95c: 

22- 8 00a. 
Boltaius (faith healer) 10-136d. 
„,,. .._„__._. 9 . a0Sc . 



13- 124c; i 
22-7 90d; 

;•»■ ■'■ 



Idiation 13-1..., 
solution theory 

)o-eleotricity 26- 

.u9B. 23-872 (D5); 



t. Botze 



Horn, gon>e, Itus- 

BOMA '(Mboma). Rel.Cons- 
4-l$ld; 6-923 <A4); 6- 
919b; 6-927a. 

— , dist., Bel.Cong. 8-923 (A4): 
6-9 2 6 d. 

Roma (diet.) 26-3960. 

Bomaeandu.S. At. 25-466 (Dl). 

Homal. Belg. 3-66S ((13). 

Bomar, Ala. 1-460 (Dl 



Bomarsund, E 

sund. 
Bomarton, Tt 
Boniassa, * 

(B2). 
BOMB (diet.) . 



a 21 -2 65 o. 



7-257a; 10-S63d; 
.S.W. 19-538 (E5). 

;ordnance)4-182a; 



BOMBARDMENT 4-182b; 28- 

cape, Malta 17- 

BOMBARDON 4-182c; 27- 

27-353 (Die.): 9-892c. 

. Chil. 2-162 (FR). 
ine: see. Bombasine, 
si 21-102d. 

: : nrr. Silk -cotton tree. 
8-917c; 27-990a- 

-.ie l-956a. 

BOMBAY, India 4-183b; 14- 
382 (E10); Anglican Bee 
2-10d; coolie emigration 



declination 
359b; freei 



16-561b; mint 



■ade 7-274c; 
lenetic 17- 
nry 11- 8 5a: 
-216c; law 
:; e libraries 

'icais' 'zl- 
srty 4-1 8Kb, 37-775a, 19- 
2Bfia: water supply 26-725b. 

4-185d:' 14-382 (FS-Fll); 
army 2-615C; cotton trade 
7-299d; famines 16-167b; 



509a; 19-266a. 



4-187S, 25-10ib. 

Y. 19-596 (Fl). 

3-845b; 26 

— boxes 4-185d. 

— Burma trading eorporatioi 

BOMBAY 



Bombelli, Rafael l-6I8d; 7- 

BOMBER G, DANIEL 4- 190c 
21-727 d. 

Cesar: sei 

■87 7 d. 



.-, M. H. 



Boiiibini 



ii, yla tea 



i; 26-1 035c 



? 14-2Ma; 25-100d. 



seMadraal moth. 



Dassee 



Braz. 4-440 



Bomersund, Kuss. l-469b; 7- 

BomFim, Rras. (Bahia) 4-440 

(14); 3-210b. 
— Fim, Braa. (Goyaz) 4-440 

(G6). 
Bomrlm, Oporto 20-137a 
Bomhart : set. I'onmier. 
Bomilcar 5-428c. 



I, Holl.: 



? Zalt 13 



Tor. 19-804 
, Nor. 19- 
', Dra20-544a. 



r. 28-722C. 



hidae 9-fill 



BomvanaJand, dist 

6-243a; 15-o.HOb 

Bonnnj, tribe 19-1 



aeo 24-4 95b. 
. 1-643 (Dt): 



4-190d; 1-643 



1-643 (CI); 
■e. Bona Sforz 



Pac.O. 20-436 



BONA FIDE (I 



(L9); 6-272d. 



BOHE-BONE 



Bonarolli, Count P. 8-504a. ' 

lionasa 12- 63 8a. 

— sabinii : see. Rufled grouse. 



Eonassieux, Jean M. 24-508u; 
16-482d. 

Bona vacantia l-194c. 

Bonaventura, Komano, car- 
dinal 17-3 7 a. 

BONA VENTURA, ST 4-197(1; 
3- 15 4a; 6-436c; ceUbacv 
5-603a; hymns 14-187a; 
mysticism 19-125c; preach- 
me 22-2 64 c. 

Bonaventure,Can.22-724(D2). 

— , Fla. 10-540 (F3). 



— , bay, Nfd. 1 



718 (D3). 

SO-242 (1)5). 

-530 (B4); 24-152b. 

28-87 4c, 

(min.) 27-973c; 27- 

r„ Can. 15- 



-fan 



:b Crock, i 
eat2t 



Hai. 12-824 (B2); 12- 
B oil apart, lake, N.Y". 19-596 
BONAPARTE (fan 

Franco 10-87 8d. 

brielli, ■ 



e Ga- 
i. L.: seeCamba- 



— , CHARLES LUCIEN J 



.. LOUIS LUCIEN 



— , MARIE PAULINE 4-195b; 
11- 2 09a; 15-5 6 Od. 
, MATHILDE LETITIA 



-, NAPOLEON 



-, PIERRE NAPOLEON 4- 

196c. 
louanarte, la. 14-732 (F4). 
-, riv., Can. 4-600 (E3). 
-Creek, rlr.. Wash. 28-351 

(Fl). 
— dock, Antwerp : see Little 

inparte's Park, N.J. (Bor- 

entoim) 4- 2 4 5c. 

i Aqua, Tenn. 26-620 (B2). 

HORATIUS 4-197c; 14- 

;ot. 24-412 



(D2). 



Bonavte, Scot. 24-118 (A2). . 

Boncclles, fort, Belg. 16-593c. 

BONCHAMPS, CHARLES M- 

A., marquis de 4-198d. 



and, Nor. 12-84U. 



dcr Bond: 
Bondage (diet.) 4-l!)Bh. 
BONDAGER (econ.) 4rl99d. 
Bond Co., El. 14-304 (C5). 
BONDE, GUSTAF. [-.mint, 4- 

199d. 
— , Karl] 

VIII. ( 

BONDED "waREMOUSE" 
200a; drawbacks 8-552a. 

Bondei 3-35 Sd. 

Boudcli, Jnlie do 28-621d. 

Bondelzwarte, tribe ll-S02c. : 

Bondono, It. 9-338a.: 

hondergaarde 8-2od. 

Bondevenlyre S-37d. 

Boinl-Bay Treaty 19-485h. 

Bond Hill, O. B0-S6 (K-L6); 
6-373o. 

"l^-o'i'la!^' S&met ' 
Bon.li, N.S.W. 19-538 (D3)S 



Lond. 16-938 



Bondue nut 19-918b. 

~ "ucl, Wis. 28-740 (E4). 

urant, la. 14-732 (D3). 

Bonrlville. 111. 14-304 (D3). 

, Vt. 19-490 (B5). 

sidT, Fr. 10-7.78 (CS); 20- 

805a. 

porcelain f actorv,Fr. (Paris) 

5-7531). 
BONE, HENRY 4-200d; 18- 

-^ W. A. 1-I3ga; 10-473b; 17- 
774b. 
ione, Aljt-: see. Bona. 
:onc, Hal.Arch. : see Boni. 



BONE-BORO 



13-9 40c; 



itaO-47~a;2O-S0d. 
5 Gap,' 111. 14-304 (1 



,. 4-203C ; 34 
-IKlc; friondl 



3. Dak. 
■ablo 7-: 



(F-G4). 

,onet, Jiu... . — 
-, Theopbilo 18- 
onet, lake. Wis 

onetrallL *' N.Dak. 
■one -turquoise 27-483a; 



25-51 



■710 (A3). 



F62 (D2) 



Bonfleld. III. 14-304 (D2>. 
BONFIGLI, BENEDETTO 4- 



— , *T.Cong. 11-99 (B3>. 
Bonga (treaty) 5-59Sd- 
BONGARS, JACQUES 4-20' 
Hongartz, J. 2-12Sa. 
Bon Gaiiitier : see Martin, 

n.l9-487(Oi: 



BONGO, tribe 4- 



(44d. 25-190b; 

05a; 2-3 9 d. 

7 (CI). 

•e Banfraon. 



S.WS8 *' ai 



— . ROSA 4-2 05b. 
Honheur, Can. 20-1 
BONHEUR DU JO I 



1., S.Dak. 25- 
-743d;28-214c. 



Mnl.Arcb. 17-41 



l. 11-204 (F2). 



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instructions given on Page I. 

BONIFACE I. (pope) 4-206d. . Boonelle, fort, Fr. 16- 
- -ifirf. I — ,riv..Fr. 16-1770. 

Bouneniains, Madame de 4- 



>6d. 



BONIFACE DC. f 
14-sriGd: £3-6i 

— (o£ Monltern 



Bonifacio, An 
BONIFACIO, 



■ deaf) 7-887d. 



BONIFACIIJS (Roman 

unifctv, Fla. 10-54fHC6 
ouifazio, Richard ol 
Richard of BonifaBio. 



Bonin, C. E. (traveller) 12- 

165d. 
— , Kdward von (general) 25- 

871a. 
BONIN, (els., Jap. 4-208b: 30- 



BoniUiry ownership : see Domi- 

Boniki.Braz. 4-440 i(K4). 

Bo'uito" (fish) 12-2fl'3d; 21- 

BONITZ, HERMANN 4-2 OSd; 

6-tB0d. 
BONIVARD, FRANCOIS 4- 



«f Gre 






i VII.) 



—, pt., N.S.W. 26-27- 
Btinnard, Pierre 20-5' 
BONNAT,. LEON 

— , M. J. (African' t 
727a; 12-3'"" "" 



ider) : 



t, IT. 1 



Bonn Bad, 
11-21 2d. 
Bonn Burchmusterung 21- 

Tio'iinc*(of Poland) : see Bona 

Lesdi- 



*re*, Fra 



1 de 1 



KM. 



19-4 



pond, Nfd. 19-479 

ii, S.C. 25-500 (E3). 
- CARRERE, GUIL- 
>de4-210a. 
ml., Fr. 13-72c. 



BONNER, EDMUND 4-2 1 Oa 



. CHARLES 
133c: 10-30a. 
■, Pierre Ossian 

-. Stede 21-041 



BONNET (diet.) ■ 
lSonnelable, Fr. 
Bonnet de pee 



, Mo. 18-608 (F4). 
Lquo 22-331a. 

in. 1-400 (B4). 
iede27-7S3c. 



BONNEVILLE, BENJAMIN L. 

E. 4-212b. 
Bonneville, Fr. 10-778 (H4). 
— , late, Utah 12-422a; 27- 

BONNEY, THOMAS GEORGE 



BONNIER, ANGE E. L A. 



Bonningto 
—'Fails,' C 



J. (erickoter) 7- 

Liam (traveller) 25- 

. 19-678(05). 

;. 19-078 (05); 19- 

e, Scot. 24-418 

:, Sir Richard 11- 

*s" (horse) 13-7 34c. 
Scot. 24-418 (1C3); 



(of Ferrara) 17-602d. 



BON ON I A, It. 4-2 13c; 15-26 
(02); 2-lola- See alat 
Boloena. 

Bononian group 22-122b; 15- 

Bonnrnm posseHsio 23-5001). 
Bonorva, It. 15-4 (B4). 
Honosua (of Saruica) 17-8121): 

' ., 111. 14-304 (E5_). 



BONPLAND, t 



Bonaur, Rbod. Si 
■■ inspiel (diet.) 7 

Af. 25-466 (N2 
BONSTETTEN, 



v., Port.E. 
CHARLES 

Col. 25-466 



S. L. 11-204 (B5) 
vj-dd, Wales :aeePor 
?.Is. 21-392 (02). 



70d; Kucn- 
Pamirs 20- 



sandro : ace 
dc 17-7 IE a. 



vin, Francois 30-5' 



BOOK-BINDING 4-2 



BOOKCASE 4-221b; ll-3t 
(PI. III.); medieval librari 

Book Cliffs, Colo. 6-722 (02). 
Hook cloth 5-600d. 
BOOK-COLLECTING 4-221 



BOOK-KEEPING 4-2' 



iislin7-27Sb;19-93c. 



ok of AiciU, Book o/ 
Armagh, &c. ; see Aielll, 
look of ; Armagh, Book of, 

.Sir Thomas Klyot) 9-303b. 

ok Hi Hit. Kings o) Israel and 

ludah 6-300b. 
Book -piles 4- 2 3 2c. 
BOOK-PLATES 4-230b; 4-232 



current (J. H. 

BObk-SGORPION 4-233b; 2- 
"""-; 13-446d. 

illers : see BookHelling. 



ook War 19-558d; 22-630c. 
'■ook which shovielh Wit life an 



— , Mary 4-2 35b. 
Booleying (diet.) 14-708 
Boollgal, N.S.W. 19-538 . 
Eoolya (diet.) 17-S06C. 
"■ i. Bcig. 3-668 



BOOMERANG 4-236b; 9-45b: 
~ 352e. 

i, K.S.W. 18-S3S (El). 
'., N.S.W. 19-636 (El), 
iaricool, N.S.W. 19-538 

pjes, isl., Mai. Arch. 17- 

(B4). 

.plants : battle (1848) 20- 
b; 15-125a. 

"" '1.18-372 (E3). 



id, India ; s 
BdbNE7 DANIEL 4-2: 



BOONE, la. 4-237a; 14-73 

(D2). 
Buone, N.C. 19-772 (Al). 
— , Neb. 19-324 (F3). 

, riv., la. 14-732 (D2). 

Co., Ark. 2-552 (Bl). 

Co., la. 14-732 (C-D3). 

— Co., IU. 14-304 (1)1). 
Co., Ind. 14-422 <D4). 
Co.. Ky. 15-740 (D2). 
Co., Mo. 18-608 (D2). 

— Co., Neb. 19-324 (F-U3). 
" i., W.Va. 28-560 (B3). 

-ove, Ind. 14-422 (C2). 
-'-— ough,Ky.l5-7 , "■ 



l. 14-7: 



:, Ark. 2 



AD3). 



''£ (B2) 



-, Kr. 15-7 

-, Miss. 18-000 (Bl). 

-, N.C. 19-772 (Bl). 

iooitsboro, Md. 17-828 <D1). 



.Ind. 14-422 «,_,. 

BOONVILLE,Mo.4-237b; 18- 
60S (D3); battle (18B2) 24- 



Eooi'rt and Son v. Iluddart 12- 

BOORDE, ANDREW 4-2371; ; 

5-6S2b; 10-615b. 
Boorooman, Queons. 2-900 



N.S.W. 19-538 

S.W. 19-538 (E4). 
2B-38 (B2). 
S.Ans. 2-D00 (F5). 



(eleetrie) l-133b; !)■■ 



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Boot, Adrian 18-338U. 


Borogine, Jacobus de : see 


— , Arnold de 18-49d; 28- 








— , Jnnod : see Juiiod Boot. 


Borak's Night, 4-l003d. 


Boot. Cumb. 9-412 (1. H4). 


Koran <Sassanid queen) 21- 


BOOT (diet.) 4-238a; Greek 


222b; 21-224a. 


7-'231e; Koman 7-236a. 


Koran, list., Abv. 4-605d. 


Boot boiler 13- 16 la. 


BoraniGalla, tribe 11 -414b; 4- 


Bootcrstown, Ire. 14-744 (E3). 




BOOTES 4-23Sc; S-183b; 7- 


BORAS, Swcd. 4-243a; 26- 


BOQTH, BARTON 4-238c; 4- 


190 (B3); rainfall 26-191b. 


— , trine 4-620a; 5-681b. 




Borasambar,lTiillal4-382(K9). 


— , Catherine 4-2 3 3d. 





-, Edwin (Thomi 



— , Henrv, 2nd Baron Dcla- 
mere and 1st carl of Warring- 
ton : set Warrington, Hcnry 
Booth. 1st carl of. 
■ I.. .. » i ■. 

— , Ji>hn Wilkes 16-709c; 24- 

—', Newton S-20o. 
— -, Sclatcr 6-346a. 

—■', WILLIAM '(*' Genera! ") 4- 

239c 
Booth, Ala. 1-460 <C3). 
—.hill. Conn. 6-952 (C4). 

Bootham, York. 28-9290. 



Bsothuy I 



Lance. 18-139 
i, Yorks. 28-933 



4-993b; trade 



Boporo, Lib. 11-204 (C5). 
BOPP, FRANZ 4-210c; 21- 
430b; 8-406d; library 7- 

BOPPARD, Gcr. 4-241c; 11- 
808 (II. 18): revolt .'1234: 
_ 13-27 ?d. 

'., B._ 

oo, pt„ Madeira 17-28 

ron. P. R. 22-1 



BORAC1TE 4-241d; 6-73a. 
BORAGE 4-242b; flower 4- 

243a. 
BORAGINACEAE 4-242q; 18- 



Borassus 6-924b; 4-596b; leaf 
— flabelliformis : sec Palmyra 
Boraston, Salop 9-120 (III. 



BORAX 4-24:1 



Borohala. riv. 

(II. IIS). 
Borehardt-Len 



971t 



21-188 (B3); 

-785 (map); 

ic. 23-872 (II. 
7-729C. 

-302 (BS). 
n. Naples 19- 

Codox 1-808 

., Braz. 4-440 



l 17-320a; 
nine 28- 



BoroliKrevlnk. Carstens E. 21- 

B65c 
Borchkha, Cauc. 23-874 (II. 

Carl 5-242b; 

see Borkelo. 



25-4771j 



Bord 6-582u 



Bord 



Idiar 



BORD AGE (diet.) 4-2 * 3d. 
Bord and pillar work : 

Bordar 4-244a; 28-81b. 
Bonle, Andrew : see Boor 

BORDEAUX, Ft. 4-244a; 



Assembly 10-873d; Revol 
(163.1) 10-836a. 

— H 8-746b. 

— , Facte do 10-87 4a. 

— wine, red : see Claret. 

Bon lelra,' Port. 25-530 (A4).' 
Bordelais, Fr, 21 -89 8 c. 
" Bordelais " (ship) 24-985b. 
Bordelais cattle 12- 4 9a. 

Bordclonvllle. I.e. 17-54 (C2). 
BORDEN, SIR FREDERICK 



Borden Co., Toi. 28-690 (F3). 
— Sprines, Ala. 1-460 (D2). 
BORDENTOWN, N.J. 4-245b; 
19-502- <C3); 19-505C 



Border Papers 22-9 62a. 
Border Plains, la. 14-732 (B2). 
BORDERS, THE 4-245e; 24- 



liordeu, Th. l-03Sb; 18-53d 
Bordier, Jatuues 21-308a. 
BORD1GHERA, It. 4-216 



Bore. Etien 
BORE (diet 



RIS4-246d. 
:b 6-583b. 



yth.) : see 
i 3-97 5b. 
"883ari4-25d.'' 



rehamwood, Herts. 16-94 
rek "of Mllctinek 28-9920. 



GIOVANNI AL- 



Marseilles 
ed. 26-190 



Bo'rcoch'it 



Hag-ilsh. am 



Bore. 



ax. Alfred 5-2 8 3a. 
ikaya, Martha 18-840e. 
in, Horn. Elnp. 23-648 

i 24-41 Od. 



BORGA, Fin. 4-247c; 23-872 

(C3); diet (1809) i0-385d. 
— , riv.. Fin. 4-247c. 
Borearfjbrdr, fjord. E.Ice. 14- 

— , fjord, W.lcc. 14-228 (B2). 

Borgas, Bulg. : see Burgas. 
BorRcn. Swell. 25-9.H5 (B2). 
Borgon, cape. Green. 12-513 

(H2). 
Borger, Holl. 13-588 (D2). 
Bortrerhout, Antwerp 3-668 

BofKcriW : battle (1520) 25- 

1052b. G-275U. 
Borgevold, park, Viborg 28- 

17b. 
Borgh, Scot. 24-412 (Rl). 



BORGHESE (fan 



" Borshene warrior " (sti 

l-366d. 
BORGHESI, BARTOLOMHEO 



Borghet 

■ - 
BorghoL 



Piccolo 25-52b. 

ie 25-530. 

: battle (1796) 11- 

l, Swed. 26-190 (B3); 



BONE-BORO 

373d; grave 24-667d; rule 
in Russia 23-896b; tnrono 
of 26-891d. 

ORISOGLYEBSK, Rnss. 4- 
254d; 23-872 (t'fl); 26-388b. 



20-63b. 
iorgia, Alphonao de ; se 
' III. (pope). 



-, FRANCIS 4-24 



Borgia Museum, Komi 



SOLON 

Borghmi, 1 



HANNIBAL 4- 

■cn." 8-24 (Bl); 
'. La. 17-54 (E3); 
tz. 26-242 (C4); 
it., W.I. 17-802 



Borgo. Aus. 3-4 (B3). 
— , Malta : see Vlttorlosa. 
— , mts., Hnng. 3-i (13). 
-, pasa, Himg. 3-4 (13); i 

- di Gacta, It. (Goeta) ; 



(1866) 23-316e. 
BORGOGNONE, AMBROOIO 

— , II : see Courtois, Jaeques. 
BorBoms.nero, It. 15-4 (B2); 

population 21- 5 8 8a. 
t> .< Huiig. : see 



Mara 



(Pel 



president) 



4(A2);7-632d. 
- iN DONNIN 

id; 15-4 (B-C 
n Sepolcro, 1 

rtaro,' It, 15-4 (B-C 



Botkii, dist., Sah. : 

BORGU, dist., W.Af. 4-250d: 

19-1178 (A3-B2); 19-6S2e; in 

habitants 19-6 7 9c 
—.tribe 1-3290. 
Borgne, Scot. ; geology 15- 

832a. 
Borgimd, Nor. 19-804 (B2). 
Bor Ilkampti, state, India : 

see Hkamtj Long. 



Bori, F^r. W.Af .11-204 (G4). 
— , India 14-382 (H9I. 
Borl (elan) 1-3 6 2a. 
Boribana, W.Af. 11-304 (B5). 
BORIC ACID 4-251b; eoryza 
2O-80a; food preservative 

Borie, Wyo. 28-874 (H4). 
Bnriiiu hnlrnrr.eter 14-164d. 

14-498 (C-D2). 

.... As. 25-10 (121. 

■268b. 



Borilakh, Rut 



BorliiRdon, Tiscounts : sei 

Moriev, carls of. 
Borins sponge 25-71Sd; 25' 

729d. 
Boriquen. nt.. P.R. 22-124 

Boris I. (Bulgarian king) 4- 
779d; 25-23 la; 19-6490. 

— II. (Balgarlan king) 4- 
780b. 

— (prince of Bulgaria) 10- 
269b; 4-784a. 

— , FEDOROVIOH GODUNOV 
(of Muscovy) 4-254b; 2- 
356b; 18-892b;27-366a;21- 



, Sp. (Lerida) i 

3l Hasan, Mor. 22-76 
sson, Johan 26-219b 
jedid, fort, N.Af. : 



Borkhnt, mts., C.j 
420 (C5); 27-1 72a. 

BORKU, dist., C.Af 
1-320 (E3). 



BORLASE, WILLIAM 4-255b. 
Borle, riv., Salop 24-1020b. 
Bormida, riv.. It. 15-4 (B2); 

BORMIO, It. 4-2 5 5c: 15-4 

(CI) 26-254c; bee-keeping 
13-665b; history 27-866b; 



-, 1GNAZ, Edler 



~, KARL LUDW1G 4-255d: 

ll-795a. 
Borne, Got. lG-505a, 
— , HoU. 13-588 (D2). 

- , Fr. (Hauto-Loire) 16- 



aelh, Giraut ; see Gniraut 



162o;ear-plngs8-798d; lake 

readings 20-102a; platinum 

467d. a ' I "' 1 "" a 
lorneo Company 4-25Sb. 
lorneol (Borneo camphor) 5- 

135c; 26-650b; 20-52b; ln- 



d 13-41 8c 

" a 13-41 



; thyea 



ptora 26-908B. 

Bornce, mts.. Port. 25-530 
(B2);22-134d. 

Bornet, E. r on ectocarpus 1- 
590e ; Ueliens 16-5 7 8d ; Thuret 
26-899c. 

Born helm. Got. 11-1 8a. 

Bornhem, Belg. 8-4 03c. 

Bornbolm, Fin. l-67a. 

BORNHOLM, isl.. Den. 4-264e; 
8-24 (B4); 8-27a; archae- 
ology 24-289c; flora 8-24c; 
neology 8-2 4«. 

— deep, Baltic Sea 3-286d. 

Bornhbvcd, Ger. : battle (70S) 
24-268a; battle (1227) 24- 



BORN1ER, HENRI, v 



tede 



Bornite : see. Erubeselte. 
BORNU, country, Af. 4-265a; 
- "" '""'■ 19-678 (E- 
!91o; Rabah 

i"2(kB2id; Zaria 



BORO-BOUL 



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Borobia, Sp. 25-530 (D-E2). 
Boro-Budur, Jara 15-281 (D2); 
' mplc 15-293a. 
M 

Pac.O. 20- 



India 14-376 



BOROLANITE 4-2G 



roust., Christ 


STEVEN 4- 


j-B 19-8 3 3c 


WILLIAM 



BOROUGH ENGLISH 4 



Eorrisokane, 

iKh, Ire. 14-7' 

IE AN IS., It. 

(2); 26-242 (; 

: see. Golden 

BORROMEO, CARLO 4-274b 

canonization 7-800e; Jesuit. 

opposed 15-M4U; pawn 

10-7 7 5a ; Sunday school 

8-972b. 

■, FoderiBo 4-274d. 

.(Hal. patriot) 5-538a. 

Drromeo, Palazzo. It. (Milan 

18- 13 9a. 
_ Drromliiesnue : see Rococo. 
BORROMINI, FRANCESCO 4 



>wby, Yorks. 9-412 (I. 
iwdale, Oumb. 9-412 (I. 
liley, Cumb. 9-412 (I. 



India 14-370 (E8). 



BORS1PPA, Mesi 



Den. 8-24 (E4); c 



Borrel, Maurice Valentin 



castle 22-7314. 



>r 8-919d. 
i. 14-744 (E4). 
r. Ire. 14-7 44(D4)1 



;_IIoll. 13-588 (A3); 
(F3,; 



Wales 9-428 {V. C3); 



i. Scot. 24-41 8 (F3 



Ger.S.W.Af. 25-466 

.dh, rocks. Scot, 84-41: 

,riv.,Indial4-376(M7). 
lari, tribe 24-205a. 
aski (dwarf) 8-7iOb. 

j. 6-168 (Fa). 



(caffer: 

— (doprcs 

— (fronts 



) : see Aurochs. 

a. Dolomites l-747o. 

rchbp. of York) 13- 

3ard. 4-277a; 15-26 
16-4 (B4). 
Sard. 15-26 (A4). 

lard : idealism 



io 18-9 . 
it 16-8 



"■*■ 16- 



h (diet.) 14-8 13d. 



Boshkovich, Stoyan 

Boshofi J. N. 20-156a; 

259o. 
Boshof, S.Af. 23-466 <G7); 20- 

152d. 
Boshu, prov.. Jap. (Sanyo 

— . prov.. Jap. (Tokaido) 15- 

204b. 
Rosieni, Rum. 23-826 (CI). 
Bosigran, castle. Com. 7- 

183a. 
Bosio, Antonio 5-490c. 
— , A. S. (sculptor) 4-323a 
— , Joseph. 24-49 9a. 
Bosius (scholar) 26-7 10c. 
Bosjesmans (rape) : see Bus! 

Boskednan, stone-circle, Com. 

7-182d. 
Boskoop, Holl. 13-588 (B2); 

Dwitz^ Aus. 3-4 (E2). 

Bosky del I. 111. 14-304 (CB). 
^osley Mill, mt., Chos. : g 
logy 6-9 0a. 

3 Daman, WMem 10- 2D 5b. 

3osmina 9-657c. 

itosmlnidae »-657o. 



-936d. 



.ssburg, Wash. 28-354 (G- 

' t, Johanr 

" ' n _ 

orland, Ft. 

4-584 IA7). 



e, Abraham 9-8 04d. 



lud. 



790b.' 
■osses du Dromadaire 



r, La. 17-54 (All. 

ssiere, Plateau de la, region, 

FT. 21-H9d. 

ssinoy, Corn. 2e-1000d; 



BOSBOOM-TOUSSA 



BOSC, L. A. G. 4-27JB. 

Boscadca 20-3110. 

BOSC AN ALMOGAVER, JUAN 

4-277c; 25-532a; 25-589'- 

BOSCASTLE, Corn. 4-277 
9-430 (VI. C2); 7-180a. 

BOSCAWEN, EDWARD - 
277d; Pondicherrj- besieged 



s.3-4(F4);4-281b. 



(1877) 3-19a, 



25- 9 6 4b; 7-1 82 d. 



57ia; land tenure s: 
17-470d. 
-, JEROM (c. 1460-151 



Juan: Sec Boscar 
Barer, Juan. 
B. (Colonel] 19-189b. 
Hldus de : see Ernaldua 

a don 18-591a. 
La. 17-54 (Bl). 
:.z. 26-242 (E4); 26- 

jL Wis. 28-740 (C5). 



12-3461) ; Berlin tra 
(1878) 3-791a; Monteneg 
attack (1875) 18-772 



ountl3-676d. 

u, wood, Belg. 28-3 7 6b. 

u d'Arras, Le : see Adam 

ue. Benjamin 4-178a. 
BOSSUET, JACQUES BEN- 



Guyon 12-746d; i 



188 (Bl); 

1-188 (B- 

_, 14-37' 

BOSTANAI 4- 

Bcriptions 21-453d; temple 

Bostanjia "(Turkish troop) 27* 



(of Provence) 5-89 



: BoBna 
i) 17-690B, 



24- 



jis, tribe ll-34fia. 

iss'ia : see Prussia. ' 
itwlaiis 16-789a; language 



srsr's'-"-' 

(C5>; 23-2071 
IOHY DE SA_._ . ... 
JeanB. G. M. 4-276d. 

20-430a; 



17-271 
s" SAINT- VINCENT, 



sr Paolo 17-235a 



l-79tb, Tilla 



urn. 23-826 (B2). 
ROGER JOSEPH 

a; geometrical continu- J 

Daub Salbaeurn, mt, I 



population 11-4'. .... . 

Boryethenes, dv.. Rubs. : see I 

Dnieper. I 

BorvBtfienes Targitaoa (myth.) I 

24-52 6e. ' 

Borystheriites : see Bio, 
BORZHOM, Cauc. 4-276d; 23- 

■ 874(II.C3). 
— , imrge, Cauc. 4-277a. 
Borzl, A. (botanist) l-595n. 
Borzna, Rubs. 23-872 (D5); 



3SQUET, PIER HI 



a <tbB younger) 12- 



BOSTON, Lines. 4-289; 9-41S 
'". H4); climate 10-258d; 
leries 19-94d, flower farms 



—, Jam. 15-133 (map). 
-, Ky. 15-740 (D2). 
OSTON, Mass. 4-2B0b; 17- 



utiade 17-8fl3a, 7 
: question 26-586 
7S6c;nres and fire ei 



16- 






10-4u2e, ib-416e, " 10-4: 
freemasonry 11-" 
13.82Bd; libraries 4-2U2C, 
2-445 (Plate), 18-5 6 3b, 16- 
564c 22-6 7 4a; Ughthou«s 
16-627d; hterary position 
l-836d; museum of fine arts 
2-672d;_newspapcrs 19-566d; 



parks 



-292a; i 



n 27-6 3 7a; 



-: JJisforv 4-295b; portcli 
(1774) 17-860b, siege (1 
l-842d; stamp duty ] 
(1765) 37-674a; War ol 
dependence 27-67 5c. 



— , iBlB., Pac.O. ; «e Ebon. 



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BORO-BOUL 



BOSTON (game) 4-296d. 
" Boston " (ship) 25-594 d. 
ISGHti.nl American 19-567C 
Boston and Montana ooppei 

Boston Athenaeum 4-2 9 ad. 



Botanical Society of A. 
lie Gardens 4-i 



Boston Daily Advertiser 19- 

567 b. 
Boston Deeps, olian.. Linos. 

4-416 (II. Hl);2B-343d. 
Boston de Fontaineblean (game) 

*-2!J7b. 
Boston Gazette (nrst) I9-567a. 
Bogtun Gazette, (second) 19-5flla. 



Boston pit? 21-594d. 

Hoston Plantation, Mass. : see 

PittsfleM. 
Boston Port BUI (1773) 17- 



rohnidea 6-67 2a. 
,iek, Fla. 10-540 (E2; 
eek, riv.. Wis. 28-710 



w Molir Madon 
M.e Yegaar. 
e Bosnellia th 



~ thurifera 11-32. 



— Gardens, Royal, Glasgow 12- 



BOTANY 4-299c; societies 2 
314b. 5«b also Plants, 
lotany Bay, Lanes. 1S-1 
(C2). 

BOTANY BAY, N.S.W. 4-302 
19-5SS (G-II5); 26-278 (B-C 

Botaoy B 

Botai 

4-7 8 Gt 

Scot. : gee Buittle. 
y)23-315d. 

, IS9c. 

— , Ralph (ot Oversloy) 1-5 19a. 
— , Samuel : see Butler, Samuel 
— , Thomas ; see Sudeley, Lord. 
— , William lo 28-332b. 
Botolho, Sim ao 22- 14 5a. 



1.19-300(03). 



Boteinnu, C 
Botel, casta 
Boteler (fan 
— ■, Natoani 



I., BaUs.3-249a. 



3otellin 



10-B32 



•e Factory ayatem. 

i7-«e0ft. 

70a; 8-374 (Plate 






1st., Jap. : see 



1 4-30 3a; 27 
>;25-43»dtnationa 
in (1908) 25-(82e 



)) 25-4 8 3c. 



Botnach 4-489d. 

[am, Mary : see Howitt, 

Bothel, Cumh. 9-412 (I. B3). 
Botheil, Wash. 28-354 (B4). 
Bothettun - Te - Moors, Lanca. : 

j Bo Hon. 

lie : see Bothy 



9-957b. 



Both nil 



1-3 03b. 



BOTHNIA, GULF 

Sca4-3C 

23-872 



Bothriocephalic : see Diboth- 

ithrioeidurS 8-874c; 8-88la; 
8-873c;20-237d- 
ithrlolabis 21-32o: 2-G98b, 
Jthriolepfs 14-22He; 8-128C. 

ithriospondylus 17-27 2 b. 

>th r!n n due 2-303d. 

jthriurua 2- 3 (1 3d. 
„ jthrndendron 20-529C. 
Bothropolya 5-67 3d. 

Both well. F. Stewart Hepburn, 
5th earl of 4-301b; 24-148b. 
, JAMES HEPBURN, 4th 



sworth, Ala. 1-400 (D2). 
Mo. 18-608 (C2). 
: battle (1485) 9-523b; 23- 
swvrth Field (Beaumont) 3- 



„_thwell. Can. 20-114 (B3). 
BOTHWELL, Soot. 4-304c; 

24-418 (C-D3); 2-431.; 8- 

443c. 
— , Tas. 26-438 (B2). 
— , castle. Scot. (Haddington.) 

12-7asd. 
— , castle, Scot. (Lanark.) 4- 

SoflhoeB (Swinburne) 26-234ll. 
*3othwoll Bridse (Brig), Soot, : 

buttle (1679) 4-304c, 24- 

452b. 22-49a. 
- Park, Scot. 4-304d. 
Bothy 4-2 40a, 



iot-less (diet.) 5-2 79a. 



BOTOCUDOS ( 



Boto-nor, lute, Tib. 6-108 

(F2). 
Botorous, Rudolph 13-3 62b. 
BOTOR1 *-305c. 
BOTOSHAN1, Rum. 4-305c; 

— , dept.. Rum." 23-826 (A- 

131); 4-SOac. 
Botroanx. Mary Saehevercll, 

baroness ; see Hungerford. 
BO-TREE 4-305d; a-739b; 

10-333d, Set uiso Peepul. 
Botridea 22- HO 4a. 
BotrinUnie, Soot. 7-680b. 
Botrychnini22-«10a. 



dao 27-389d (toll). 

liiles 27-3 S9d. 

jh 2?-3S9d; 27-38 



Botjyoida] (diet. 
Botryolite 7-S4* 
Botryoptor: 



: see Batrun. 
4-395d; ll-334a; 



i ll-344c; 16-68Sc; 



Botte Donato, int., It, 15-4 

Bottee.'L. A. 18-21). 

"tbU)d;'23-300b. 
Botten, lake, S.ved. 12-270a. 

Bottenliain, Agnes 24-79a, 
Bnttcniga, riv.. It. 27-25fia. 
Bottesford, Leics. 9-416 <LI. 

F4). 
— ^ Lines. 9-41B (II. F2); 18- 

BOTTESINI, GIOVANNI 4- 

30(>b;4-341a. 
Kottercna. Switz. 26-242 (C3). 
BotUer, J. F. 5-749l>. 
Bottia. Syr. 2-130d. 
Bottlaeaiis. tribe 20-9 8a. 
BOTTICELLI, SANDRO (Ales- 

368b; 20- 



477 (PI. X. fis. 36). 
Botticher, Paul Anton: see 

LBKarde. 
Bottieini, K. 4-307a. 
Bottfeer. J. F. : see Btitbrer. 
— , KARL AUGUST 4-3 09c. 
— , Karl Tillielm (Swediah 

poet) 26-2 19b. 
— , [CarlWilhehiKOermaohia- 

Bottincnu, N.Dak. 18-780 

(Dl). 
— Co.,N.Dalt. 19-780 (C-Dl). 
Bbttingeii. Ger. 28-S561i. 
Bottiaham, Cambs. 9-424 (IV. 

Oi); 6-99c. 
BOTTLE 4-309d: 12-94d. 
BOTTLE-BRUSH PLANTS 4- 

Bottlei^laas stone : see Molda- 

BotUe'-KOurd 12-2S7b {flgj; 

Bottle Hill, N..I. : see Madiaon. 



I little 1 



5 -60 3b. 



noil. 



Bottle pool (game) 3-93 



it 13-7 



re Gron 



:t 16-66 7 d. 



Bottomlcaa pit Ufoog.l 

' '- ~lc. 

■310b. 
)9d. 
18- 5 3 2c. 

'la. 10-540 (B6). 



n peat 21 -31c. 
3-MHY (la ' " 
,d 4-310c; 



Botu 

Botu-gol, mt., Rusa.' 
^ (E-F3); 14-790a. 

L8-333d. 

tua Flei „ _ 

VI. 1)3). 
tyll, John : see I 
Botaaris (Bozzurii 

4-311b. 



) (G7); 



, Henri de B., 

10-778 (Fl); 

iri 24-511b. 

1, EDMB 4- 

. _. _ _S7d. 

r, Alfred Z4-509a. 



-, Jean 24-S10c; 24-5110. 
— , Joan3-372a. 
— , JONATHAN 4-3 12a. 
— ,Rene22-972a. 
— PE CREVECOEUR fla 

Perthes, Jacques 4-312h; 2- 

347c. 
Boueherie'3 process 26-979o. 
BouchorrtUo, Can. 22-724 (D3). 
BOUCHES-DU-RHONE, dept., 

Fr. 4-312d; 10-778 (G6); 

8- 5 4 3a; 10-7 S3c. 
Bonohet, Fr. 24-5 8 8c. 



BOUCHOTTE, JEAN BAP- 

tisle Noil 4-313c; 10-856o. 

BOUCICAULT, DION 4-313c; 

BOUC1CAUT, JEAN 4-313d; 

iqnoi,' "Graf 

las, tribe 17-149d. 



1a 2&-ft9a. 



22-5010. 

~, Jean I'lerre 9-300b. 
Boudeuae, ial., K.G. 19-487 



BOUDIN, EUGENE 4-314a; 

14-344e. 
BOUDINOT, ELIAS 4-314d. 



Boudoir, 
Maitaa, 

Boudroue 
(C14). 

Boudry, 



neft. Ark. 2-552 (IJ4). 
aellcs, Charles 7-685d. ■ 
net, Alc5iandrc E. 27-6o. 



ie Catherine, marquiae 



STANISLAS 
Z, LOUIS 



62Sd; 20-439b. 



— , mt... N.G. 19-487. (Dl). 
— , roof, AdBtr. 2-H60 (H3). 
— , sir., Pae.O. 20-136 (19 -S). 
Bougainyillea 14-150d; 14- 

139c (fig.). 
Houge, platoau, Belg. 19-lHOa. 
Bougere, La. 17-54 (C2). 



Boui 



s, Alfr. : 



E HENRY 4-310a; 



leca, Xent 16-942 
j Docks, Kent 28- 



Boughtoiirffle, O. 20-26 (U 
BOUGIE, Ale. 4-316h; 

643 (CD; 17-90Kh. 
Bousric (lued.) 20-14e. 
Bougival, Fr. 10-778 (B6). 
BOUGUER^ PIERRE _ 4-31 



317b; 7-170b; 



LLE, FRANCOIS 



-, cardinal de 3-297c 
~ M. de la Tom 
uc. duke of 6-37. _. 
leCroy Marie de, duk 

-, Godfrey de; see Godfrey de 



— , Robert (I.), duke o[ 2 

574d. 
— , Robert (II.), duke of 1 



i, Alg. l-6-13(Bl). 



id 2- 6 64a. 

!9a. 

IERS, HENRI, 

1Mb. 

sec ITiilip of 



BOULANQER (artiste) 4-318c. 
— , A. A. (scientist) 3-950D. 
■ — , Father de (missionary) 14- 



BoulaTif;orit«2-127d. 
Boulangism : see Boulanger, 

G. E. J. M. 
Boularderie, isl., Can. 19-831 

(Dl);4-132d. 
BOULAY DE LA MEURTHE, 

Antoine Jacques C. J. 4^ 



BOUL-BOYL 

Boulby Cliffs, Yorks. 9-412 

(I. G3); 21-913. 
BOULDER. Colo. 4-31 9c; 6- 

722 (E2>; 7-417b 
— , 111. 14-301 (C5). 
— , Mont. 14-276 (C-D2); 18- 

— W*iue. 2-960 (C6>; popu- 



_ _ breakwater, 

N.Z. 19-359b. 
BOULDER CLAY (ge 



— sand (geol.) 8-24a. 
Boule. parliament - houi 

At Siena 2-832 (map); 

810d. 
BOULE (council) 4-3 20a; 



. : dory 8- 

10- 482 d: 

snakes 25- 



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instructions given on Page I. 

irbon, Louis II. (d. 1410), ] Bourgainville, is!., N.G. 
uke of ; ate Louis II., duke 489d. 

[. Bourganeut, Fr. 10-778 (E5); 

Louis of : see Cond6, Louis 



li-S37a. 



-Dam, 



BOQND^ {boundary) 4-324b; 

!8-354(Hl). 

South Koo- 

see Bound. 
?iv., N.Dak. 

2-960 (Di 
ib: 1' "' 
.. . 104(1 

': ere Bum-bailiff, 

Boundbrook, N.J. 18-502 (02). 
BOUNDS, BEATING THE 4- 

324b; 1-7910. 
Bountiful, Utah 27-814 (G2I. 
Bounty, isis.. TacO. 20-436 

(G-H9); 20-437b. 
BOUNTY 4-324d; B-552a; 28- 

" Bounty," H.M.S. : mutiny 



: also Bulwark. 



Boulia. Queens. 2-960 <F4). 
Bimllav, Polydure 6-48b. 
BOULLE, ANDRE CHARLES 



— , Jean : see Bologna, Gio- 

Bouhmcr (French publisher) 

28- 7 4 a. 
Bouluois, Henry 5-104a. 
Boulntiis and Bro die's tank 

8-107d. 
BOULOGNE (painters) 4- 32 3a. 



of Boulogne 



T. ( Haute -Garonni 



BOULOONE-SUR-MER, Fr. ■ 
BOULOGNE-SUR-SEINE, i 



— , MATTHEW 4-3 2 4a; • 

89Lb;18-558b. 
Baulton, Ilerby. 9-416 (I 

E4):8-71d. 
Bonltou's Trafalgar Meda! II 

Bo. 
Boumort.rota., 8p.25-530 (Fl 
Bound, lil, Scot. 24-853b. 



— , Louis of < 



1814): 



Angouleme, dnke of. 



-, Louise Francoise, duchcaa 

of 18-7 7 5b. 
-, Louis Henri, duke of 10- 



BOURBON-LANCY, 

328d: 10-778{i' , 4); 

BOURBON L'ARl 



LES-BAINS,Fr. 



(GS). 



jntal, Fr. 10-7' 



......... M.21-514a. 

-, Bulg. : see Burgas, 
ourer de Visa, Fr. 10-778 
(E5). 
Boiirgelat, Claude 28-6c; 28- 



Bouirie, William 16- 864a. 
BOURNE, Lines. 4-332d; 9 

416 (II. G4); artewlan we: 

28-505d; priory 6-424a. 

•, Mass. 17-852 (F3). 

-. Orar. 20-242 (G3). 
Fr. 8-5S9b. 



,rlr„ 



0-778 (i 



ap). 



, „.-., Hants 4-33t„. 
— , rtv., Kent 16-942 (F*). 

Sur. 16-912 (B3); 6- 

Wilta. 9-420 (IIL 



BOURNEMOUTH, 1 

"--— 9-420 (in. 



Bouraevllle, O.. 20-26 (D6). 



uc 13- 8 8 5a: 4-333b. 
BO URN ON ITS 4-333b, 18- 

515b. 
Bmirnonyillel3-841d. 
BtranmJle, Worca. 3-987c; 13- 



i, Jean 16-1730. 

BOURREE'ldict.) 4-333c; 7- 

798a; 26-52a. 
BOURRIENNE, 

toine Fauvelst 

10- 863a. 
BOURRIT, MARC THEO- 

dtuh, fort, Fr. 27-1019a. 
Bourry (missionary) 18-5""- 

BOURSAUr ■ 



lAULT, EDME 4-334b. 



BOURSE (diet 



., Holl. 12-612d. 

ton, Bucks. 4-727d. 
lorset. 9-420 (III. C4). 



3-642c; 1-88(1. 

Id, W. K. 6-864 c. 

c, Fr. 10-778 (F4); 7- 



'. J. 14-35d; 28- 



BOUH1GNON, ANTOINETTE 



str., Jap. 1B-156(R3). 

jslrophedon 14-63 la. 

,it (fencing) 10-5940. 

(violin) 28- 102b. 

iitarguc 17-7920. 

alario, Edgard 26-599a. 

iiteiUcnatein : see Moldavi 

uteloua 12-376b. 
...utens, P. C. 8-728d. 
BOUTERWEK, FRIEDRIC 



iUISAUGUSTEV 



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BOUL-BOYL 



Boutlerow, Professor von 18- 



Fr. 10-7 IS 
>n-Charlard, A. F. 1- 



B OUTS -RIMES 



viUc. Franc 



medieval school 2-31d 
porcelain works 5-753d- 
Jow.N.H. 6-830d. 

' ■■'"' -an.'24-225 (B2). 
.H. 19-490 (Efl>. 
n. 1-500 (B2); 1 

Aue. 2-960 (D3). 
..) 4-338c. 

land) 3-1 17ft. 
i) 2-363a; 6-404a 



Mon 



y-Boutt. 



BOUT WELL, GEORGE SE- 

wall 4- 3 3 6a. 

Boutr, Edmond M. L. (phy- 
sicist) 16-7 5 7a; 6-861e. 

Boutylka (measure) 28-49 la. 

Bouyalot, Pierre Gabriel 20- 

Bouvard, Alexis 16-201d; 19- 

386a. 
BOUVARDIA 4-336b : 

7.i7d. 
Bouveault, L. l-531c. 

Bouvcrie, William, 1st earl of 



BOUVET, FRANCOIS > 



— , K. L. 28-57 



336d, 9-48Ba. 10-816c, : 



— Middle Cale, Derby. : 

N'ew Mills. 
Hoi. den wire S-406c. 
BOWD1CH, 



I. .1 . 
23-240 (A-Bl). 



lake, R.T. 

Ingersoll 

—,^ NATHANIEL ~4-341b; 4- 

gas-burner 1 

fin). 



ach, Me. 17-434 (BS). 
yiiigs Bank, N.Y. 2f 

i.AndrewO-iaed. 



(Gl). 
ow Fell 



>, Cape Col. Z5-4& 
t, N.Dak. 19-78' 



r. Johr 



-196b. 



-, THOMAS 4-341b. 
owdlerizo (diet.) 4-34IC. 
BOWDOIN, JAMES (d. 1790| 



Bove, int., It, 27-S58b. 

— , vol.. Sic. 9-S.i2e; 28-188a. 

Boverdalen. Nor. 19-804 (CHI. 

BoYi-ri, Theodoi : cell division 
7-7 i4d foil. ; cytoplasm ir 
heredity 13-352a; hybridism 
14-27b; parthenogenesis 9- 

Boverie (sculptor) 24-5100. 



BO WELL, SIR MACKENZIE 

4-3 4 2a; 6- 163a. 



i, Fr. 10-778 (F2>; treaty 



FERGUSON 
I 24-87 6a. 



BOVEY BEDS 4-33 7b 



n 26-44 Id. 



— , Colt 



21- 



stnluc 14-633c; Sulla's. 
— Vctus, It." 1S-26 (E4); 

BOVIDAE4-337c;17-528a; 

35d; horns 21-341), 25-1 Sua 
Bovimv. Bel*. 3-668 (G3). 
BOVlLL, SIR WILLIAM 

33Sb. 
BOVILLAE, It. 4-338b: 15-26 

(B6>. 
Bnville, Ida 14-276 (A2). 
Bovill'B Act 20-87 3 a. 
Bovina, Colo. 6-722 (G2>. 
— , Miss. 1B-6(K) (B3). 
— . Tex. 26-690 (El). 



— , III. 14-304 (A3), 
"y. 15-710 (E3). 
ueens. 2-960 (H4); 22- 

— , N.Z. 19-624 (F2). 
— pe. Can. 5-160 (PI), 
pe, Somliid. 25-379 (F- 
i;25-383d. 
t... K.I. 23-249 (B2). 
■it, Oueens. 2-960 (14). 



-, WALTER 4-3 4 3a 



Bl>Y 



■hiBdoii 



BO WERE AN K, J 



Bovism ll-341b. 

Boyium, Wales (■ 

12-75b; 7-345c. 



i (Flint) 



proeal figures 
v. Deyon. 9-430 (VI. E2>. 



Bower birds 3-97 4a; 25-414a 
Bowerhope Law, mt.. Soot. 

24-G12tf 
Bower Mills. Mo. 1B-608 (B- 

Bowers, Ind. 14-422 (D4). 



Bowers-low, farmhouse, Derby. 
Bowerston, O. 20-26 (H4). 



28-S53d. 9-411d. 
canal 14-255a, i-66Sb; 



; swim -bladder 14- 
whaio 28-569C 



rid. 17-828 (F2). 
.-ex. 26-690 (K2). 

le Co., Tes! 26-690 (NS 

peek, riy.. Miss. 18-600 

ing (salutation) 24-95e. 

! (astron.): see Crater. 

lot.) 4-1 7 J d. 

and, forest, Yorks. 9-41 

. B2). 

by (war correspondent 

■S3 la. 

e, John 6-482d. 

'-LEG 4-3 * 3c. 

4-276 (E3). 



lanville. Can. 20-114(C2). 
Mills, N.H. 19-490 (D5). 
lont, riy., Eng. and Scot. 



B3): 4-584 
OWNESS, 
9-412 (I. C 



iVestm. 4-3 48d; 

.W. 19-538 (E4). 

Scot. 16-62B. 
lis. 9-420 (III. 

i"5-754d. 
.'. 19-538 (G2). 
V. 19-538 (G5). 
I. 4-3 49b. 
[4-349a; 9-567a. 
tndia 14-382 (G- 

London 16-938 

!38d; 17-871a. 
1, Lanes. 16-139 



-., Minn. 18-550 
mp 13-263b; 23- 



iowles, 

Soiitney, Caroline Anni 
-, SAMUEL 6-3 44b. 
-, WILLIAM LISLE 4-3- 
3owlos, Ala. 1-460 (B4). 



— ■, James 19-564a. 

liowlin, pond, Me. 17-434 (D2). 

BOWLINE 4-344d; 15-872b. 

— on a bight 15-8 7 2a. 

"— ■litis, Scot. 24-418 (C3>: 



BOWLING (gam 
- (cricket) 7-4 J 

"(EJf 

■ in IN I. ' *. . IF.. 

(40 (B3). 
(ireen, Mi 



■540 



Ind^ 14-422 (CB). 
740 (B3' 

"' 18-600 (K-C2). 
v,.™.,, ,..,.. 18-608 (E-F2). 
GREEN, O. 4-345c; 20-26 
(C-D2). 

Oreen, Va. 28-118 (E2), 
Green, bay, Queens. 2-960 

■wling (treen (lawn) 4-347b. 



-, Thomas 1B-5380. 
lowman, Ga. 11-752 (CI). 
-, N.Dak. 19-780 (A3). 
-, H.C. 25-500 (113). 
-, lake, Mont. 14-27B (Bl). 
-, int.., Can. 4-600 (E3). 
- Co., N.Dak. 19-780 (A3). 
,owTiianites Dawsoni : see 
SphenophylMm Dansoni. 

iowniansdaie,' Pa. 21-106 

■ Loaf, N.S.W. 

Pa. 21-106 

iUe, Pa.. 21-106 (K- 



19-S38 (I 



L5). 



BOWYER, WILLIAM (d.1737 

529d. ' 
— , William (d. 1777) 4-349c 



Hox, T. 7-440c; 7-442c 
Box, Ark. 2-552 (C2). 
— , Wilts. 9-420 (III. 



coptacle) 4-349d; 7- 

C'oj-18-881d. 
Ger. 11 -SO 8 (B4). 

Mass. 17-8S2(El-2). 
xy 4-7 S9d. 
! Co.. Neb. 19-324 

16-3 4 4a. 



-Creek, riv., Wyo. 28-S74 

((12). 
-Elder, Colo. 6-722 (F2). 
- Elder, Mont. 14-276 (El), 
loselder, Neb. 19-324 (D4). 
-, Wyo. 2S-S74 (G3). 
;ox elder (bot.) 13-773b. 
ioxclder Co., Utah 27-814 



Boxwell, Glos, 
B oi -wheel 26- 
BOXWOOD 4- 



i. 19-490 (E3). 

8-874 (HI). 

'm- 6-701 (B3); 



BOYACA, dep 



15-384b. 
I. 2-900 (B6). 



Boycot?, T C 



BOYCOTT 4-353b; 1 
in Ireland 14-788a; 
key 27-56Bd; in 
"•-'-- "3-354d. 



Unite 



B„„„., n™« e.. „.,,, 

Boyd (family) : see under 
—.«*' Alexander 4-353d; 
— , ANDREW K. H. 4-353o. 
— ! Ben 



3. 5-33 3c 
. T.i .. 



-, Hen 



-, John Parker 21-582c. 

-, Marion 15-141a. 

-, Robert (oi Trochrig) g- 



: Elde 



Creek 



14-276 (E2). 

— Elder Creek, 

25-506 (03). 

n elder Creek 



, Cok 



S.Dak. 
. Wyo. 



?r " (ship) 24-916a. 

movement 6-204c; 6- 
i; indemnities 6-188a; 
it i -8 policy 15-247b: 
al to British forces 18- 
B-S9Sd. 



BOXING 4- 3 5 0b ; Olym 



944e, 2-846i 
— , Kei 



52 (B2). 



oyd, 4th lord 



Boyd, Pia. 10-540 (CI). 
— , Ind. 14-422 (D9). 
— , Minn. 18-550 (B6). 
— , OKia. 20-58 (Al). 
— , Orcg. 20-242 (D2). 
— , Tex. 26-690 (K2). 
— , Wis. 28-740 (B-C4). 
— , lake, Me. 17-434 (D3). 

— Co., Ky. 15-740 (F2). 

— Co., Neb. 19-324 (E-F2). 

n.y. l^-Age (ci 1 )™^ ,ake ' 

BOYDELL, JOHN 4-3 5 4b. 
Boyden, V, ; book gauge 14- 

Boyden, la. 14-732 (Al). 
Boyd Lake, Me. 17-434 (D3). 
Boyds, Md. 17-828 (E2). 
— , Wash. 28-35* (Gl). 

— Creek, Tenn. 26-620 (112). 



BOYER, ALEXIS 4-354b 
— . Jean Baptists do : tee 
Argens, marquis d\ 
JEAN PIERRE: 4-3 5 4c; 



24- 19 5a. 
Boyer, la. 14-732 <B2). 
— , Nev. S-8 (D2). 
^, W.Va. 28-560 (D3). 
—.riv., la. 14-732 (B3). 

Konfrede, Jean Baptista 



12-51 



ru. Cok 



2 (G3). 
i (C3>. 

..... , -106 (L5). 

Boykin, Ala. 1-460 (C4). 
•"'■■ " 752 (B4). 
■500 (D2). 
a. 28-118 (E4). 



urlington, Cort Orrery. 

H. F. 7-44 4b. 
I0HN J. 4-354<L 



BOYL-BRAN 



S-107b; cold 6-GS3a; con 
bustion theory 6-75KI 
electricity 9-l«0c: elemen 
9-2Sla; Hobbes's attack 1: 
iJOa; hydrometer 14-1H1, 
indicators S4-433a; lectur, 
founded 4-3S5c. 

— , It. (fl. 1901)17-776d. 

— , R. WhelfUt 19-5600. 

BOYLE, Iro. 4-3 56a; 14-7^ 

— , Miss. 18-600 (B2). 

— , riv., Ire. 14-744 (C3); < 

356a; 23-727c. 
— Co., Ky. 15-7+0 (D3). 
Boyle's law 13-1 39c; 26-811- 

25-37 5c. 
Boyleaton, HI. 14-304 (D5). 
—,Ind. 14-422 (E4). 



., Ire. 4-3 56a; 14- 



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Brachylagua idalioensis 
Bvachy'lcpadtdae 26-90 6a 



Brabant, capo. Mad. 17-271 

BRABANT, duchy 4-356c; 11- 

387b; Hundred Years' War 

BRABANT, prov., Belg. 4- 
357c; 3-tmW'it; history 4- 
So7b, 13-596*. 2S-286a. 

BRABANT, NORTH, diet., 
EolL 4-3S7d; 13-588 (B- 
C3);4-357b. 

BnibantRcke Yeeeien (Jan van 
Boehdale) 8-720b. 



]>a. 21-106 (D-E6). 
illc, Mass. 28-2 50c 

Michel : see Baron, 



s'. 9-420 (IIT.C4): 
s. Ess. 16-9+2 (Fl) 



g. Charles J. n. 



., Turkest. 26- 
, Afg. 20-656a. 



i ■ .1 ■ - 

Bozo, mts., Ttirk. 27-426 
(02); '17-216d. 

Eo'zok, nunt'. 3-4 (F2). 
Boison, Nicole 2-32d : 2-34C. 



Eozvcli, Keophlt 20-33 8b. 
Bnzzaris: see Bo1«tris. 
BiiMclli, F. P. 19-187d. 
Eozzolo, It. 15-4 (CI); 12- 
2s6b. 

Br(chem.)6-39b. 

Bra. It. 15-4 (A2); 21 -588a. 

Brn.il Castle, ruins, Scot. 24- 

412(El);4-900c 
Braaui, Van 17-430b. 
Urabancon 2-597b; 9-488a. 
Hruhanqim-ne, La (Campen- 

Brabant, Sir Edward Yowd 



Isabella Orsinl 



duke of 18-: 
BRACCIANO, I 



BRACE, CHARLES LORING 

— , V. H. - 21-529h. 

— , JULIA 4-358c. 

BRACE (diet.) 4-3S8(!. 

— (music) 4-358c; 8-598c 

BraoebridHc, Liuea. 9-416 (II. 



Brccebrie 
Humm 



Hall, 



BRACEGIRDLE, 

BRACELET 4-35 



ANNE 4 



3, 111. 14-304 (D2). 



BRACHIOPODA4- 



Brachio- 



Silurian 25-1 10c; 
-260a. 

BHACHISTOCHRONE 4-3G6b ; 

3- 80 lb. 
Beach y -axis (Brachy-diagonal) 

BRACHYCEPHALIC 4-3G6b; 

neolithic man 9- 8 50a; speed 

17-520d. 
Brachvcephalus 8-5 2 6d. 
BrachvceraB-307d. 
Braeltycome iberidifolia 13- 



BRACHYLOGUS 4-366c. 
Braehylophus 14-2950. 
— faselatug 16-821d. 
Beach vmeiosds ll-340d. 
'Hraooyrovstax 24-82c. 
Bmchyodonl. 2-096d; 2B-503C. 
Brachyophiurae 8-BS0d. 
BroehyopuB lB-5C5d. 



lm 20-5480 ; 27- 
soid 7-578C. 
;ia9.23-467c. 



:, Fr. 10-7' 



(E4). 



Forti 

Briick'e, gyred. 19-800 (C3); 

26- 193a. 
Braokele, Nortbanta. : see 

Brackley. 
Bracken, Clio Hintoii 24- 

Bracke'n 16-540d. 
Braekenbury, Sir Henry 9- 

— , Sir Robert 8-996d. 
— , Lieut. 17-5 SHa. 
Bracken Co., Ky. 1S-740 (D2). 
Brockcnridge, Henry Marie 

Brackenridge. Pa. 21-106 (C4). 



BRACKET-FUNGI 4- 



lake. Me. 17-434 



rackloy, John Egerton: 
-, THOMAS EGERTON, v 



knell, Berks. 16-942 (A3). 

;o, Scot. 24-418 (D2). 

:onl4-177d. 

iraidoc 14-S43a: 14-177d 

jho 11-42/ 



mament) 24-2901), 



Bradano (Bradanus), rlv., It,. 

15-4 (F4); 15-26 fF4>; 2- 

162c; history 15-26d; length 

3-478b. 
BRADAWL 4-36 9c. 
Bradbourne, Derby. 9-416 (II. 

D3). 
Bradbury, Henry: bank-note 
■ : printing 3-320d. 
Bradbury. 111. 14-304 (D4). 
Bradda Bead, cape, I. ot M. 

Braddan, i. of M. 17-5350. 
Braddcn, Northants. 9-420 

(III. E2). 
BRADDOCK, EDWARD 4- 



BRADDON, 



, MARY ELIZA- 

beth 4-369d. 
Braddyville, la. 14-732 (B4). 



370c. 



mdren 



Sowle 4t 



. David 28-5 92d. 
-, Francis Newport, 1st earl 

of l-693d- 
-, George Partridge 4-646b. 
-, JOHN (d. 1555) 4-369d. 
-, Lucy, countess 8-417d. 
-.WILLIAM (d. 1657) 4- 

370a; goyernor 17-861d; 

monument 21 -8 03d. 
-, WILLIAM (d. 1752) 4- 

""" " """ 19-606b. 



n (d. 1 



370d. 



(d. 1795) 4-370d; 
ll-420d. 
— , WILLIAM (painter) 4- 
370d. 

radford. Ark. 2-552 (D2). 
-, Colo. 6-722 (E4). 
— ,Dot. 9-430 (VI. D2); 8- 

— , Ill/l4-304 (C2). 

— , Ind. 14-422 (E8). 

— , Ky. 15-740 (D2). 

— , Lance. 17-545 (map). 

— , Me.l7-434(D3). 

— , Minn. 18-550 (D5). 

— , N.H. 19-490 (C-D5), 

— , O. 20-26 (B4). 

BRADFORD, Pa. 4-371ii; 21- 
106 (E2). 

-, Som. fl-430 (VI. F2). 
-, Tcnn. 28-620 (CI). 

— , Vt. 19-490 (Oi). 

BRADFORD, Yorks. 4-370d; 
28-933 (Bl); 9-41 9d; con- 
ditioning houao 28-480a; 
fire (1896) lO-403b; ho " 

9-iI9b,13-S19e;ilIegiti 

statietiea 14-303a; sinall-pox 

hospital 27-lOllc; ' '- 

and dyeing 27-338b. 

— , dlat., i- ■ — ■■"■ 



BRADFORD CLAY (gedl.) 
— 'Co./Fla. 10-540 (Dl). 



Bradford Leigh, 



12-35 lb. 
- Peverell, 
(III. B5). 



t. 9-420 
e Midford 



Bradfordville, Fla. 



39 4 d. 
(rading, _. 
E5I; 28-6 



of W. 9-420 (III. 



Bradley", Andrew O 



384c; logic 16-894c, 16-91 
mental association 2-785_. 
-, GEORGE GRANVILLE 

— , Dr Iloiiry ; A T et« English 

-."JAMES 4-37Sb; _ 2-814c; 
aberration of light 1-;"-- 



Bradfcy. R. (physicist) 15-840ft. 
— , W. II. (artiat) 22-197a. 
Bradley, Ala. 1-460 (C4). 
-, Ark. 2-552 (B4). 
-, Cal. 5-8 (C4). 
,111. 14-304 (E2). 
— , Me. 17-134 (D4». 
MlflB. 18-600 (D2). 



-,St! 



C. 25-500 (B2). 
Dak. 25-506 (112). 
- 1-416 (II. C4), 



s. 28-7 



<PV:„. 



— , Yorks. 2 

High, Yorks. 28-933 (Bl), 
Low, Yorks. 28-933 (Bl). 
, mansion, Dev. 8-134d. 
— Beach, N.J. 19-502 (E3), 

- Brook, rly., Cbes. 16-139 
(C3). 

- Co., Ark. 2-552 (C4). 

- Co., Tenn. 26-620 (G2). 

- Hayerstnc, wapentake. 
Lines. 16-7150. 

- Junction, F " 

Hey 'a Bea 

-J-278 (03). 
Bradley ton, Ala. 1-460 (C4>. 
Bradlo, mt., Hung. 5-383b. 
Bradner, O. 20-36 (C-D2). 
Braduiiieb, Dev. 9-430 (VI. 

F2). 
Bradook Down, Corn. 12- 

Bradpolc, Dorset. 9-420 (III. 

B5). 
BRADSHAW, GEORGE 4- 

— , HENRY (poet) 4-3 7 4a. 
— , HENRY (scholar) 4-373o; 

27-52 9 d. 
— , JOHN 4-374c; 28-301d. 
— , Lueretla {o. 1710). 10- 

600b. 
Bradshaw, Lanes. 16-139 (D2). 
— , Md. 17-828 (G2). 
— , Neb. 19-321 (G4J. 
— , W.Va. 28-560 <E4). 
Brailshaw'e Eailway Guides 



4-374d; 6-211d; Thomist 
. i.ihilosophy 24-355a. 
Bradwell, Derby. 9-416 (II. 

D3). 
— , Oxon. 9-420 (III. D3); 20. 

418a. 
— , tiulY. 9-424 (IV. Fl). 
— Juita Mare (Othona), Eas 

~ '-■ (IV. D3); 4-584 (D6); 



— , If. B. 10-636a. 
— , NICHOLAS 4-375a. 
Brady, Mich. 18-372 (F6). 
— , Neb. 19-324 (D3). 
(H4). 



__.t. 21-9: 
., Tex. 26-6 



; .' B , 2 >.-,. 



Bradycardia 13-1 33;; 27-9450. 
Brady Creek, riv.. Teat. 26- 

690 (H4). 
Bradylemur 17-272b. 
Bradypodidae ; see Sloth. 
Bradypae ; see- Three-toed 

— didactylus : see Two-toed 
sloth. 

BradyBeiamical movement 8- 

Bradytherium 19-113a. 
Brady u. Brady 1-67 lb. 
Bradyvillc, Tenn. 26-620 (E2) 
Brae, K. A. 6-689d. 
Brao (Norwegian) 19-T99b. 

— (Scottish) 24-4l4a. 
Brasbum, Pa. 21-106 (C4). 
Braebead, Scot. (Edinburgh) 

8-940a. 
— , Scot. (Lanarks.) 24-418 

(D3). 
— , Scot. (Renfrew) 12-81 

■ -1 i; -■ 
BRAEKELEER, HENRI JEAN 

de 4-3 7 5 b. 
Braekel fowl: see Cainpine 
fowl 



Braendlin Arnioury Companj 



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BRAINERD, Minn. 4-41 



BRAHMAN ISM 4-3 



i 4-iI9b; 12- 



BOYL-BRAN 

BRANDE, WILLIAM THO- 
l)en.8-S4(B3). 



BRAN (husk) 4-i 



BRAG (PT(i 
Braea, 1 

3RAGA 



3-927b, 12-712e, 13-i 



BRAHMA SAMAJ 4-388b ; 15- 



BRANDENBURG, Gcr. 4 
BRANDENBURG, mmsrav 



BRANDENBURG, ] 



BRAGANZA (Braijsn 



BRAKELOND, JOCELYN DE 



BRAHMS, JOHANNES 



BRAGG, BRAXTON 4 



:AMAH, JOSEPH ' 



BRAHUI. tri 
Bra'n Van 5-Ki 



BRANDE R, GUSTAVUS 



— , GEORG MORRIS COHEN 



BRAHAM, JOHN 4 



MDWOOD, THOMAS 4- 



dcsluirtoii, Yortoj. 9-416 

dforll S.Af. 2S-4B6 1H7); 

dfcroup(Kco].)22-26Gd. 

BRANDING 4-437(1; tffiuiinab 
14-287d; rite 6-H76s, 25- 

BRANDIS, CHRISTIAN 



\ MPT ON, 
iwklns, 1st, 1 

BRAMPTON." Co 



BRANCO (I 

4-11 9o: 1 

BRANCOV; 



BRAHMAN 



BRANDON, Suff. 4- 
■'4 (IV. 1>2). 
;cs. 26-690 (K-I 

—,\ T t. 19-100 (A4).' 



BRAINERD, DAVID 4 



. W. W. BRAMWELL, 



BRAN-BREST 



Brandschiefer 20-236d; 21- 

1771). 
Brands Fjeld, mt.. Nor. 14- 

800 (C2). 
Erandsfjord, Nor. 14-800 (B2). 
Brandao, isl.. Den. 8-24 (KB). 
Brandstorp.Swed. 26-100 (C2). 
Brandt, Alfred a/-4l)5b. 
— , Encvold 25-1013c ; 2S- 

. ---10441>. 



— , Geo 



'2-651a;~6-44c; 6- 
in Friedricti 8-326a; 
i"i6-728i 



Brandt, ri.Dafc. 25-506 (I 



Brandywjiie. Mi 17-823 (F3). 

— W.Va. 28-560 (D3). 

BR ANDY WINE, riv., l'a. and 



Branosci, Rum. (Diri)bovltza 

— , Hum. (IlfoV.) 23-826 (C2) 

23-82 id. 
Dran Palls, Scot. 24-118 (Dl). 
BRANFORD, Conu. 4-4301, 

6-9.i ii (Dl). 
— . Kla. 10-540 (Dl). 



- Harbour, Conn. 6- 



battle (1518) 6- 






I.. Ire. 14-7 14 (B3). 



ants 9-420 (III. 
:s.9-416"_(II. El). 



Brant. 
— . JOSEPH- 4-431a. 
-.SEBASTIAN 4-43Ib; 



222b: 11-7*71; 



i. 18-372 (F6). 
jm.Y. 19-59B (U2). 
i, Mass. 17-852 (F2). 

*riv, "java* 15-28* 
15-285b. 

IrouKhtori, Lluca. 9- 
l. F3). 

Leon d' Albert dc 

^urg^Pincy" "Leo*n! 

ell, mt., Yorks. 9-112 

FORD, Can. 4-131c; 
l(B3);4-61a;14-iSla. 



BRANTOME, PIERRE DE 
Bourdaills, seigneur de 4- 
43K1; 3-9S4b; ll-12Sc; 22- 

BRANTOME, Ft. 4- 4 32a; 10- 

778 (E5). 
Brants Hills, Maaa. 17-852 (B3). 



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Branwen verch Lvr (Welsh 



BRANXTON, 

Bra'osc '(iamilj 



-72ya. 



Hereford 

— , Maude dc 18-8790. 
— , Thomas de 4-432c. 
—.WILLIAM DE (d. 1211) 

4-43 2 c. 
— , William do (d. 1326) 4- 

432 c. 



BRAS DOR, PIERRE 4-432d. 



407h; 16-553d. 

Drashea 
Brasher 

BRAS1DAS 4-432d: 13-37 5a 



i. 18-608 (Dl). 



Brazil, legendary l! 

BTasov, lin'iiK. : set 
BRASS, Nib- 4-433 



503o. 
Brassac, 



iy-de-D0me) 
-773 (F6). 



BRASSEUR DE _ BOUR- 



, Charlss Etienr 



ip. Rape and Swede. 



tadt, Brasov), 
; 3-4 (14). 



Me. 17-434 



it(diet.)14-769a. 



-. ION C. 4-136c; 23-839b. 



— , riv.. Nor. 4-13 8 d. 
BRATLANDSDAL, B orp 



Brattle, Tl.onii 



Fanny 15-709d. 
., Robert Hacqm 



rohn Bray, baron 6-2 4d. 
. J. F. (Communist) 1-91 M. 
— , SIR REGINALD 4-437 " 
-, THOMAS l-438a; 18-5 



erks. 4-438a; lfi-042 



— , High, Dev. : see. HiEl) E 
Braya, Isl., Pan. 5-678 (A- 
Bra-T Bank, sandbank, 

14-741 (i'3). 
Braybrokc, Robert dc 6-2 



.ichard _ Griffin 



3»8a;2O-70i>b. 

nts., ire. 14-744 

270. 

.Alps 1-7151). 

8-8H4c; 13-56ia 



BRAZIL WOOD 4-4630 ; 4- 

138e;4-454a. 
BRAZING AND SOLDERING 

4-163d; 26-67a; Egyptian 



I'a. 21-106 (C5). 
Tex. 26-690 (M6). 
ex. 26-690 (M6). 



BRAZZA, P. P. F. C. S. DE, 

BRAZZA, isl.,' Aus. 4-465b; 



. (Wicklow) 14- 



bAS 



BRAUNAU (Brouii 

4-437a; 3-4 (G: 

(1743) 3-41c. 

Brauuau beds 21-17 

Braund, L. C. 7-1131 



BRAUNSBERG, Gcr. 9-1371); 

11-808 (1.11). 
Braunschweig, Cape Col. 15- 

822d. 
" Braunschweig " (battleship] 

24-9 02a. 

(plan): 25-1040d. 
Braunstor,. North ants. 9 
(III. E2);19-768c. 



yton. Neb. 19-324 <F3' 
yl.on oil engiac 30-36a 
■ib. (measure) 28-191 b. 



BRAZIL, Ind. 

(CS). 
— , N.Dak. J 

BRAZIL, isl 



i, Gr. 12-410 (F3); 2- 
lia (festival) 8-4 8 8 d. 

So'mlnd. 25-379 (D7) 

:Sh. 

s. Pan. 5-678 (C7). 



Braver j- dance 7- 7 9 6b. 

Bravik, fjord, Swed. i 

(D2); 26-l89d; B-2Sd. 



4-450a, 4-157d; Jesuit mi 
skins 4-455C, 28-49b; .lei 
15-109d; mans 17-053 

national debt 19-269b^ 



— : Commeree 4-4470; cam 
toBoi; 6-647 1«;' cotton 7-2641) 

United ' Kin ertom 27-SI)2b. 

— : History 4-454a; Boliviai 
dispute 4-177b. 1-1 5 la 

16-990d; Peruvian disput« 

quest 1-1*07 e, 22-1 52a. 
BrazU, prince of (title) 14 

— block coal 4-463b. 



Monten. 1S-7B7 
j. 4-12'ib. 



BREACH ( 
6-H81b. 



3) 26-923a. 
a, P.R. 22-1 ■ 



24-413 

4-165 b. 

, ruins, Scot. 

;andy, Bombay 4-183C. 
■1 contract (law) : sea 
.ct, breach of. 
mise28-7Sfla;10-12d; 

3 Peace; Bee Peace, 

oJ the. . 

BREAD 4-465c; 12-3B2d; 
adulteration l-219a,l-232b; 
ancient Egyptian fl-45e; 
cross-bread 4-796c; Euoh- 
aristic 4-7B«d, fl-K72d; food 
values 8-216b; Jewish sacri- 



- JOHN CAMPBELL, earl 

ot 4-47 3b. 
BREADALBANE, dist,, Scot. 
4-d74a; 24-418 (C2-1); 21- 

Breail and cheese (ordeal) : see 

13-G09b. 
23-lflSc. 
j»th.) 9- 

Bread for life and padding 
'— ver 4-52Sb. 

J-FRUIT 4-474b; 7« 

; ll-25ib. 

nut tree 7-351b; 19- 

et Clnb 6-566d. 

ii (math.) 18-136C. 

x (phys.) : sec Cephalio 

:ree : see. Bread-fruit. 

, Corn. 15-672a. 

billiards 3-9 3Sa; crickd 

a; cvfjijuet 7-50.^!o. 

own cranes 7-371a. 

Breaker, pt„ Clilna.6-168 (K5). 

•I 20-7H8b. 

jute) 15-607d. 

Bretikfast Creek, Queens. *■ 



Brcaksea,i9ls.,N.Z.19-fl21(BT). 
— , sound, K.Z. 19-624 (A6). 
Brcakspear, Nicholas : set 
Adrian IV. (pope). 



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BRAN-BREST 



BREAKWATER 4-175a; 6- 

836d; 22-956c 
BREAL, MICHEL JULES 
Alfrsd 4-181c; 25-79a. 



Brfian, Bom. 9-130 (VI. Fl). 

BREAST Idiot.) 4-~482a. 

— (plough) : see Mould -board. 

— bra 20-733b.' 
Breasted, J . H. fl-79a; 2B-13b. 
Breast honk 24-9 6 la. 

— plate: Etruscan 9-860b; 
GreeK Z-SSSd; Jewish 11- ■ 



Breathitt Co., Ky. 15-740 (E3). 
BREAUTE. FALKES DE 4- 

4s2a; 9-490d: Z7-902b. 
Brcaux Bridge, La. 17-54 



19-S31d, 12-2 05d, 



Btetrenz, lake, Switz. : see Con- 
Brcacnzerirald, dist., Aus. 28- 



Bregina (a 
mehal, Fi 
Brohat, ba 



0-778 (D3). 
Ntd. 19-179 (CI). 
10-778 (C3); 7- 



— , Pieter vai 
Breda fowl 2i 
Breda!] t, Chris 



adorn. Cap 

(D-E9). 



4-48 6d. 
•Slid. 

ian Hviid 8-4 2o. 
Krog 8-4 lc; 

Col. 25- 



— des Graiidcs Rous 



n. 18-5; 



2-0 70a 



— , Mo. 18-008 (C2) 

— ', pass, Colo. 6-722 (E2); 

Breokerfeld, Ger. 11-808 (I. 

Breckinridge, John (d. 1806) 

4-iK.ia;15-74Gb. 
— , Jobn (d. 1811) 4-483D ; 



College 24-371C; gcelog 



BBEOO'NSHIRE (Brock nock - 



redbiuy, Cfies. 28-933 (A3); 

rode. Sua. 9-424 (IV. D5>: 

-, fjord. Green. : see Ikersuak. 
-, riv., Gel-. 8-24 (AS). 
-, riv., Bus. 9-121 (IV. 1)3). 
redebro, Ger. 8-24 (A3). 
redeubury. Can. 24-225 (B- 
C3). 
redero. Gerbrand Adriaans- 

redcrode, Baucis Tan 23- 



aiege (1597) 13- 
tt .9-421 (IV. D4). 



C2); 28-8 2 Id. 
-, hifl, Wnres. 

C2); 7-2f>3 



8-12U (III. 
9-420 (III. 



, Gen. Adalbert von 

— , GOTTFRIED GABRIEL 

4-48 7 a. 
BREDOW, Ger. 4-187a; 

Bredsjb, Swed. 26-191 (02). 
— , lake, Swed. 26-100 (Bl). 
Brodstedt, Ger. 8-24 (A4). 



Breach, Soot,.: 



Ereidami 
Toe. 14 

14-2 28 
Bioidavil 



?kur]okull, glaciel 
■228 (1)3); 14-22Sd. 

(Bl)'." ' m " 
, Ice. 14-228 (A2). 



BREMERHAVEN, Ger. 

495b; 11-808 (B2). 
Bremersdurp, B.At 25-486 

(K6); 26-185a. 
Bremerton. Wash. 28-354 (A4). 

Ribchestcr. ' ° S ' ' S6t 

Bremgarten, Svvlta. (Aargau) 

26-212 (K2); l-3d. 
— , Switz. (Bern) 26-242 (C3). 



Breiniiig, Bei 

BREISACH I, 

4-491d; 11- 



19-804 |B3). 
t. 21-106 (L4). 



see Ferdinand, 
Modcna. 
BREISGAU, dist.. 



udcr Breisip,'. 
BREISLAK,SCIPIONE4-492b. 
"— '*ocli, riv., Aus. 36-212 (12). 

onbach, Switz. 26-242 



u. 8-24 (B3>. 
ben 4- 06 6a. 
.) 4-4S7b. 

turne) 4-487b; 



r rifle 23- 3 2 (id. 



'sells. III. 14- 3 1 



1. Pa. 21-106 (Ffi). 



Bregaelia, vai., : 
(G-II4); 12-00 

Bregasno, nit., 
(G4). 

Bregaluitza, riv 
87 lo. 

Bregano. It. 26-: 



Turk. 14- 

■2 (F5). 



Sigurthr U 



Iris (Zcnnatt) 26-242 

-713b; 1B-93SC. 

~, Johann Jakop 26- 



BREMEN, G( 

13-82; 



9-804 (A2). 
llotte) 4-3181' 
., Nor. 19-8' 



■■ (A2). 



Nicolas Tbon 






!, Nor. 



battle (1119) 

Hien, Llewelyn 12-7 6a. 
Brcnck, Anton 24-S141. 
Brerid. riv., Ger. 11-808 (III. 

BRENDAN, ST (of Clonfert) 
4-495b;2-34a. 

— . St (of Bin-) 3-989d; Irish 

legends 5-02 8 d. 

Brendamis, St : see Brendan, 

St (of Clonfert). 
Brer.de. riv., Den. 8-24 (B3). 
Brcndon Hills, Soin. 9-430 

(VI. Fl); geology 25-3S9a, 

Breuet, Nicolas Guy 8-S91d. 



i libera, Bu 
nt., Hli.ik. 



J-77S (E4); 



(VI. (; 
alial. 



p Fire n 



Brant 



Romans 15- 



Brenu, It, 15-4 (C2). . 



— , O. 20-26 (E- 



BREMEN, 
• i It 



■808d; housing 
.vn hall 2-397 (PL 
8-572c; Zullvcicin 
■122 (E2). 
,(05).' 

?. 4-491 



B2); 



IS 11- 



1-400 (B3). 
)m. 9-430 (Gl) 
Jcv. 9-430 (E3;. 
Som.: see Brent 



— . reservoir,Mdx.l6-942 (C2). 
-, riy.j It. 15-4 (C2); 20-445c; 

16-8870: syllogism 16-SOOa; 

-, Giuseppe 2-443d; 18-438b. 
-, KLEMEN8 4-496b; 11- 

793d. 
-, LoreriK3-187a. 
-, LUDWIG JOSEPH 4-490c; 

on gilds ll-81b. 
rentssion. It. : see Brandi- 

reiiMiird, Patripk Ruthven, 
earl of 23-941b: 12-4080. 

4-196(1 : 



16-9 



18-4 



16- 



■ard Pelham. 4- 

— , SIR' JAHLEEL 4-497 a. 

—', William 23-2S3o; 191535a. 
Erenton, North, Dev. : see 

North Brenton. 
— Rook, isl., N£d. 19-479 

(D2). 
Bienton's Point, R.I. 23-249 

(C3). 
Brent Pelham, Herts. 9-424 

(IV. C3). 
~" i r ££' mt " Dgv - : S 11010 ^ 8- 



Brenva. pass, Alps l-743o. 
BRENZ, JOHANN 4-497c. 
Breo, It. (Mondovi)18-fi!)4a. 
' da ' aU ' Y ' See ra " Be 

— , William dc : see William di 
BREQUIGNY, LOU1I 



— , Sir William 12-405b; 12- 

Brereton, 111, 14-304 (C3). 

— Hall, mansion, Ches. 2- 

Brfei, Guidn de 7-39Sd. 
Bras, U'ibu 15-678e. 
Bresater, Bu-ed. 26-THO (B2). _ 

Bres(jelIo, It. 20-S50d. 
Bioscliet, GUbcrt : anatomy 
l-933b; hjdi'uphotila 14- 

Bresti (anarchist) 15-79d. 

BRESCIA, It. 4-498a- battle 
(1238) 16-S32b; capture 
(1311) 13-279a: eotion 

coes 18-83Td;"sicfres U- 

48b, Il-I90c; town hall 

2-412d; violins 28-106d. 

— , pro v., II, 15-t (C2) ; 15-4. 



10-(i93e. 
Jrcskens, H 
28-9C5e. 



27-704e, ll-S23a;zi 

gardens 28-1019d. 

— , dukes of 4-499b;4- 



H0-780b; strike (1905) 
.e de, bay, Fr. 10-773 



Ircstovats, Serv. (Timok) 24- 

6S«(I>1). 
-, SeFy, (Vranya) 24-686 (CS). 



BRET-BRIT 



BRETEUIL, LOUIS C. A. I 



BRETON, JULES ADOLPHE 
— , NICHOLAS 4-jQlc. 



BRETON DE LOS HERRE- 



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Breuil, It. 26-243 (DS). 
BreuSn, &°ll. 13-588 (I 



RIANCON, Pr. 4-51 



BRIAND, ARISTIDE 4-S 



Historiat. Eonttotae 9-i). 

mani 10-29 lc. 
BREVIARY 4-5030! Jen 



BRIARE, Ft. 

Rriarcidae 2-9 
BRIAREUS (..' 



BRIC A BRAC ■ 



BRIDEWELL, disl., Lou 



BRIDGE - BUILDING 



BRIDGET, ST (of Ireland) • 
BRIDGET, ST (of Swedei 



F(IDGETON,N.J.4-5a7c;19- 



BRIDGETT, THOMAS ED- 

Bridge-rilfe," Del. 17-828 (H3). 
— , Pa. 21-100 (B7). 

don 25-517b. 
BRIDGEWATER, F. EGER- 
ton, 3rd duke of 4-SSSa. 
-, F. H. EGERTON, 8th earl 



BRIDGE-HEAD 1 



•klBfmess, Scot. 24-418 (D2) 
HIDGE OF ALLAN, Scot. 4- 



BREWSTER, SIR DAVID 4- 



-. WILLIAM 4-S 



ICKFIELDER 4 : S21b. 

cknoBKud partition 5-3SI 

ok tcu 26-17 9c; 26-922(1. 

ok wood', E. D. (uarsnii 

BRICKWORK 4-5S11); ash 

BRICOLE'(dii;f'.) 4-SBSa.' 

MDAINE, JACQUES 4-5 2 
Mai Veil, Orty.' 20-S 



BRIDGNORTH, t 



BRIDGWATER, 8 



BRIDLINGTON, 



— , ROBERT 
BRIDGES 4 



Breuil. Ft. 10-309a, 



I BRIALMONT,' HENR 
1 AlMfis 4-515a; 10-G9Sc, 



■fe aus Paris (Bonn?) 11- 
BRIEG', Ger. 4-5 62a; 11-808 



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BRET-BRIT 



BRIGHOUSE, 



BRIGHT, SIR CHARLES 



BRIMSTONE 



FtlSTOW, BENJAMIN HELM 
-, HENRYWILLIAM 4-S83a. 



>;23-G48(Bl);23- 



-, MATHURIN JACQUES 



ANDREA R. 



BRIT-BROO 

Army; Military Law, and 

British art : brasses 4-434a ; effl- 

Sies 9- 10a, 24-4 9 4b ; etching 
-806a; elans 12-103c; illu- 
minated MSS. 18-a25a, 14- 
316b. 14-318a: illustration 



standard thread 
: see Baluehia- 



BRIT1SH CENTRAL AFRICA 
4-607a; boundary treaties 2- 



BRITISH COLUMBIA, 



BRITISH EAST / 



601a; 
7-7 

'.- 



n 1-3.13 



•—■.History 4-Wia;l-343d foil. 
15-830a: Zionist eet.tlemen 
proposed 28-888d; language 
3-35Sd. 

— :7nftaMarafe4-fi02d; l-32Sc; 
Galla 11-41M; Kariroudo 
15-701c ; Masai 17-83 le ; 
Namli 19-161b; Somali 25- 



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■ Broad, sound, Wales 9-428 



BRITON-FERRY, 



- i. - i. ■■ 



Tars' of Political Si 



jadback, r 
lad 'bean 



M.Y. 18-5(16 (F2). 



10- S 43b. 
amp, HcJL 



BRITTON, JOHN 



— , S.Dak. 2 
BRITTON (1 



-(lirm)21-570c; 2i-572b. 
road wood widger. Do v. 7- 

robjacrs: battle (1357) 27- 

roe. Switz. ll-213a. 
roia. A. 11-42911. 
-. PAUL 4-620c; 7-372d: 
18- 6 2a. 
BROCADE 4-620d; 28-441b; 



BROCCHI. GIOVANNI BAT- 

■oli 4-9 16a, b. 

i, Ule Jakob 19-817b. 



BROCHANT DE VILLIERS, 



. F. M. 
BRbCHANTITE 4 



— , riv., Lanes 



ladlands, 111. 14-301 (El). 



BRIXEN, Ai 

see or 4-41: 
BRIXHAM, : 



19-931d; 10-6-lOd; 



Britlsl 



L-345di history 4- 
560d; Lugard 17- 



BRITISH EMPIRE 4-6 



4-60Sd; boundar 



effiSi. 



BRITISH HONDURAS, C 



edia : see Quaking i 
(iviiul) : set. BIse. 

;elx,julienauguste 



16-1 



1 ( B1 '- „ 



lerelord. 9-420 

Jorf. 9-424 (IV. 

Villiam 21 -8 6b. 

Jem 4-802a. 

BROCKEN, mt., Or. 4-623d; 
ll-80S(C3);13-lSu. 
-, SPECTRE OF THE 4-(!24a; 



18-5' 

till. D5);' 12-0' 
BROCKES, B 



!l04d. 



BROADSTAIRS, I 



.; Portuguese cluin 

ia medal 18- 15a.' ' 
U Unit. (B.Tflj.) 2' 



BROACH (Bin 



BROACH (dicl 



— , Bernardo de 22-160b. 

— . Gull. 13-I27d. 

Brito. Nic. 5-678 (C-D5); : 

" Eritoinart " (gunboat) 24- 

BRITOMARTIS 4-616d; 

Briio Mouainho, Manon! 



(Jongaroe) 19-772 (C4; 
-, tit., S.6. 2S-500 (B3) 



>ak. 19-780 (Fl). 

:■ (mammal) 7 ] -823a; 7- 

:,chapei,Hatficld, Herts. 

isi'on, Herts. 9-124 [IV. 

13-G2d. 

am, Snr. 16-342 (C4). 

hub, FricJrich 4-024b. 

EDR1CH ARNOLD 4- 

uricli 4-G24b. 

nrifih Edward 9-Mlb. 

nrioli Rudolf 9-3 Sib. 



BROCKLESBV, RICHARD 4 



ikport, N.Y^ 19-596 (C2). 

:kram21-176c;' 9-416a. 
:kroad, Va, 28-1 IS <K2>. 
iksburn, riy„ Scot. 8-6 6 UA. 

fcsma (Transvaal oliicial) 

_- .jkton.'Ala. 1-400 (C4). 
BROCKTON, Mass. 4-624d: 

""-8S3 (R-F2); 17-852d. 

,_lont, 14-276 (Gl). 
BROCK V1LLE, Can. 4-82 5a; 

—-114 (Fl). 
Brockway, Zebulon Reed »-' 



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BRIT-BROO 






IONSART VON SCHELLEN- 



-, WILLIAM JOHN 4 

-. JOHNROMEVN4-f 



(Hiwke), ARTHUR ■ 
PHILIP BOWES 



KER 4- 6 Ma; 25-9 



SIR JAMES 4-84id; 24- 



BRONX, THE, i 



J (B3J. 
-3S4 fe3), 



'ER BELLINGER 



JCH1ECTASIS 4 



BRONZE AGE 4- 



IROOKITE4-6*Gb; 26-101 
irooklan'a. Ark. 2-552 (E2). 



lOKLIME 4-0 
BROOKLINE. Mi 



BRONCHOTOMY 



BROOKLYN, I 



KHUIZEN, JAN 



3. W. SHIRLEY 



-, PHILLIPS 4-649b; 4-29 



BROO-BRUN 



— , Richard E. 34-516C; 24- 

563c. 
— . Kcr. S. M. 6-204c. 
— , Vincent 16- 7 86b. 
— , W. (ongineer) 22-232d. 
— , William Keith (zoologist) 

15-460d; 14-14. 
— , William Robert (astron- 



— . Ark. 2-552 <C3). 
— Can. 1-500 <B2>. 
-, Qa. 11-152 (B2). 



a Co., Ga. 11-752 (C5); 

raid. 

s comet 6-763b; 6-7G2c 



-, N.J. 19-602 (C2). 



(D2). 



In.l. 14-422 (D3). 

— , Pa. 21-106 (E2). 

— , Tex. 26-690 (M2). 

Brooke Vale, Conn. 6-952 (D4). 

Brooke villo, Ala. 1-400 (CI). 

— , Fla. 10-540 (D3). 

— , Ky. 15-740 (E2). 

—.Me. 17-434 (D4). 

Brookton, Me. 17-131 (E3). 

Hrook trout; see Brown trout. 

Brookville, 111. 14-301 (CI). 

— , Ind. 14-422 (TIG). 

— , Kan. 15-654 (E2). 

— Miss. 18-600 (D2). 

— . O. 20-26 (B5). 

— , Pa. 21-106 (D-E3). 

Brookwood, Ala. 1-460 (E2). 

— , Snr. 16-942 (B3); 28-769b. 

— , Va. 28-118 (C3). 



.lake, Scot. (Ross.) 24-412 

(€2); 23-741C. 

, int., New Mex. 19-520 (C3). 



r Frederick Nap 



V.Aue. 2-960 (C3); 



Breomhill, Can. 19-780 (CI). 
— , Northumb. 9-412 (I. K2 
— , Soot. 15-833c. 
Brooniielaw, harbour. Seal 



BROOM-RAPE 4-850d; 



geology 26- 170a, 7-132»i 

industries 26- 17 0b. 
— , lake. Scot. 24-412 (El). 
— , riv., Scot, 24-412 (Dl); 26- 

18 Ho. 
Brorsen's comet 6-762d. 
Broraon, Hans Adolf 8-40C. 
Brosarp, Swed. 26-190 (C4). 
BcoHbolf, .T.C. C. S-43d. 
Brosoeni, Rum. 23-826 (Bl). 
BROSCH, MORITZ 4-650.1. 
Broschi, Carlo : lee Farnielli. 
Bnwdale,isl.,Scot. 34-413(C4). 
BROSELEY, Salop 4-650d; 8- 

420 (III. Bl); clay pipe 

Industry 21-634a; tilOEoanu- 

taoture 28-972b. 



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a. 28-560 (E2). 



'■aidheotocji (Macdonaldj 5 



Erossao, Ft. 10-778 (KS) 



l: 19-1291>; 10-2951) 
t, M. F. If "" 
>; 8-3 9 3c. 



17-31 9c. 
Brotcas (scorpions) 2-303d. 
Brothel (diet.) 8-3131). 
BROTHER (diet.) 4-651b._ 

19-7461.). " 
Brotherhood, Court, of 6-378L 

— and Gucstling. Court ol 6 

— hydraulic engine 14-94b. 

— of Rail* 



■n, Broth 



■ of St George 10-441e 
- of the New Life 21 



13- S (I 



o Seafaren 



maudad de 
Brother Hospitaller l-22a. 
— Sacristan : set Joseph II., 

Roman emperor. 
BROTHERS, RICHARD 4- 

Brothers, 111. 11-304 (E3). 



J); 25-351 
ierg. The ( 



. 4-840 
t. Cumberland 1 



' Club 4-162a; 



if the Sot 



: 16- 



, ; battle (1242) 

l-566b; dominions parti- 
tioned (1560| 26-200d. 21- 
910a: Lithuanians 16-789c; 
Oesel captured (1227) 30- 
Ub; Reval castle taken 
(1228) 



Brotheitoft, Lin 

G3). 
Brotherton, 



n 3- 7 19b. 

' s. 9-416 (II. 



thcryecld : see Brother- 

thoek Water, riv., Scot. 

to', Sp. 25-530 (El). 
Ileroue, Ger. 11-808 (III. 

ttier, abbe 10-859b. 



25-1 



2(1. G3); 



i. Nor. 19-804 (D2). 
uroraen. Ger. 11-S0B (F2). 
Brou, Ft. 10-778 (E3). 
— , Bourg-en-Bresse, Fr. 4- 

330b. 
Brouet, Captain 19-67 6d. 
BROUGH, ROBERT 4-052b; 

20 -5 02 a. 
Brough, Soot. 4-Q60a. 
— , Westm. 9-412 (I. DS); 4- 

584 (113); fortified 28-554d; 

— ,™orks. 4-581 (CI). 

— . bay, Scot. 24-412 (El]. 



BROUGHAM (diet.) 






ma ;1 



>a; educ 



;ional 



html Thmliigy 3-685b ; 



21-535d; 
rorm Act, 1832 12-587Q, 
13- 5 8 8b; York Knles 3- 

Brough of Birsay, isl., Scot. : 

see Biraay. 
Broughshane, Ire. 24-744 (E2); 

HTON, H 

— ," Julia (philosopher) 16- 

816d. 
—.JOHN CAM HOBHOUSE, 

baron 4-6 S5d. 

■, Thomas 28- 5 2 8c. 



tralia)3-19d. 
-, William Robert (ej 
6-6c; 27-S83a; 17-10 



—,111.14-304(1)6). 

— ^Lancs. 16-139 (CI); 24- 

— (Higher), Lanes. 17-545 

— (LoW), Lanes. 17-545 
— , ]'jncs. 9-416 (II. F2); 16- 

(III. F2) 



". 19-538 (F4 
■26 (A-B2). 
9-420 (III. 



a 15-156 (FT); 15- 



(1. B4). 
— Park, Lanes. 17-545 i 
Brought}', castle Soot. 4 



is.Janus: sceBroek- 

(an van. 

.S.W. 19-538 (F4). 



4-10Rc; writings 18-5 2d. 
Bronssard, La. 17-54 (B-C3). 
Broussc, Jean Frederic Ernest 

25-3 05 d. 
Eroussel, Pierre 10-839b; 18- 

653c. 

BROUSSO'HET, PIERRE 



BROUWER (Brau 
Adrian 4-656d; 2*>-' 
20-476 (Plate); Ostode 
pared 20-355c; Toniers 
pared 26-6 16b. 

(A3); 2S-965b. 



Browgill beds 16-8: 



of motion 9-72 



— , Dr David 2-903c. 

— ,_ David B. (sculptor) 34- 

— , Dorothy 5-635d. 



Son " 14-332d; Manoh 

Town Hall lB-26o. 
— , FRANCIS 4- 6 5 8b. 
— , SIR GEORGE 4-65 Sc 

571a. 
— , GEORGE (journalist 

658d. 
— , Key. G. (explorer) 19-. 
—.Lieut. -Col. Harvey 



4-6626?; 13-270b. 
-, Tom (lampoonist) 16-134c. 
-, T. It. (physician) 27-2660. 
-, W. (iiliysieist) 17-345b. 
-, WflUam (admiral) 18-779d. 
-, SIR WB^LIAM, Bart. 4- 



— , WILLIAM LAURENCE 

(Scottish divine) 4-603o. 
Brown, in re (law case) 12-786c. 
Hrowu & Sharpe, Messrs ; 

wire gauge 2B-73t)o. 
Hvowt., Fla. 10-540 (Dl), 
— , La. 17-54 (Al). 
— , W.Va. 28-500 (C2). 
~, bay. Ire. 25-2110. 

~-\ hill, Mas"* 17-852 (Dl). 

feniwetok. 
— , mt.,Can. (Alta.) 1-500 (A3). 
— , mt.. Can. (B.C.) 4-600 (C2). 
— , mt., S.A. 25-4B3b. 
— , mt., S.C. 25-500 (B2). 
-, pt.. Wash. 2B-354 (A3). 



BROWN BESS (weapon) 4- 
— bill lerlly 16-478e. 



r)16-812b. 

.y2O-501d. 

. Campbell ; on honey 



JOHN (British divine) 4- 
— , John (geographer) 21-9 45c 



-, JOHN (S 



■660a. 

i9d; i8-52 

— , JOHN (Scottish physicit 

(d. l*82)4-6Bla. 
— , John (servant of Que 
"■■- -'28-34d. 

_^N4-B61b, 

JOHN GEORGE ( 
4-6611.. 

-, Joseph Emerson ll-757a; 
action at MilledReviiie 18- 
461b; conscript lawll -757b; 
JetlersOT) Jlavis 7-868a. 
-, Jo**ph Renshaw 25-921d. 



.'.Rudmo«>21-9' 



cl(Iiurarian)16-5S4a, 



- Clcc, 



City.M 



h. 18-372(116). 



Salop 



9-420 



CUffs. mts. : see Roan Clifffl. 

— Co., 111. 14-304 (B4). 
Co., Ind. 14-422 (E6). 
Co., Kan. 15-654 (01). 

— Co., Minn. 18-550 (CG). 

— Co., Net). 19-324 (E2). 
- - —-20 (C7). 






6 (G2). 



-, JOHN 



-, SIR JOHN 4-661b; 2-57Mb. 



(author) 4-G04O. 
I AMES (" Buster 
') 4-C64d; 3-296d. 



— , ROBERT 

—I SIR ' _ .. 

027d; art 2-658a; s] 
ous generation l-64o; sp< 
bills 25-7330; style 
1056b, 5-331a. 

— , Tom (artist) 5- 3 3 3c. 

— , Tom J. (author) 10-241 

— , WILLIAM (poet) 4-6! 
9-021d; Briiannia's i 
torals 20- 89 7 c, 20-31 

—, WILLIAM GEORGE (t 
eller) 4-667e; 35-1 63d. 



Rohbins 9-297U. 
— , s. (i. (inventor) 26-521b. 
— , S. R. (missionary) 18-5960. 



il. Thomas 2- 9 05a. 



(publisher) 16- 



,bur.9-112(I.E3). 
le. 17-434 (B5). 



i : Bee Hare (Lepua m 



rahartlaw, hill.Northumb. 



BROWNHILLS, S 



-, ELIZABETH BARRETT 

4-GGHa; 21-S79&; 1-S35 

-. OSCAR 4-67 Oil. 

-. ROBERT 4-670iI; 4-f 



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RUNEAU, ALFRED 4-881a; 
19-82(1; 25-iVia,. 



BRUNElT ^tatTsS £3&lb ■ 

4-257 iB2);4-261h. 
BRUNEL, ISAMBARD KING- 

— , SIR MARC ISAMBARD 4- 



BRUCE (family) 4-67: 
ALEXANDER B. 



BRUCINE (cli 
BRUC1TE 4-6 



BRUCKENAU, 



Brilokenhaiiaeii, isl., tier. 9- 
BRUCKER, JOHANN JAKOB 



iRUCRMANN, FRANZ 



IOWN-SEQUARD, 



BROWNSON. ORESTES AU- 



BROW\SVILLE, 1 



BRUG5CH, HEINRICH KARL 

S-SSa. 9-580. ' * ° 
BHUHL, HEINRICH. c 



Brufr, Ire. 11-7 



net, Hugh : tee Hagh 

FACQUES CHARLES 4- 

BRUNETIERE, FERDINAND 



BRUNI, LEONARDO 4 



BRUNCK, R. F.'P. 



BRUNDISIUM, It. 4-1 



surface tension 5- 



1RU 


MAGEM (diet.) 4-6 
(IMELL. GEOR 
n (Beau) 4-680a, 


GE 


— , iviomz tutter von 10-701c 
~, Mond & Co. 18-893c. 
Bnumer, N.Z. 1B-624 (C5>. 
— , lake, N.Z, 19-B2t (est 
Braniier-s glante 17-S25<£ 

BRUNNOW; FRANZ FRIED 
~, E. E. 20-B26b. 
]i ™' 1 r 'i^"i^n. inlet, Swed. 25 


lnm,' 




Br'uiia 


lolf 2B-10«9a. 
smondo 12-1 (13a. 


r 9- 


BRUNO, ST 4-685d; l-20b 

BRUNO (arehbp.) 4-685d; 17 

10a; 2-S59d; France 10- 



- (OF QUERFORT, ST) 4^ 
-(of Saxony) 4-6B0d; 24- 



BRUN-BUDD 

Bruno, Ark. 2-552 (CI). 
— . Minn. 18-550 (E4). 
— , Neb. 19-334 (113). 
Bruno nian system 18-5 2c. 
Bruns, Cat! Georg 14-635c 
Brunaberg, hill, Ger. 13-8 4 la. 
BRtrNSBOTTEL, Gcr. 4-6S7d; 

B-24(A51. 
Brunsbuttclkooe, Gor. 8-24 



4-973d. 
geologr 8-G63d? 



:ulating machine 
;cot. 1-2910 ; 
Ulrica, duke 
— . t. .-.- r b ., , 
— , KARL WILHELM FERDI- 
nuid, duke o[ 4-687d; 4- 
689d; 1Q-B55a; Auerstiidt 
19-222a; French Revolu- 
tionary wars 11-nlb; Louis 
XVIII. 17-47c; Seven Years' 



trade 7-2B7C. 
BRUNSWICK, Ger. 4-69 Ob; 
11-808 (C2): capture (1760) 
24-721c; cathedra) 4-690b, 
20-46Bd; museum 18-63a. 



— , Melbourne 18-90d. 
— , Minn. 18-550 (D5). 
—, Mo. 1S-608(C2>. 
— , Neb. 19-334 (F2). 
— .N.S.W. 19-MB (Gl). 



BRUNSWICK, duchy, Ger. 
4-688d; 11-80H (H2, G3 
and 2-F1); U-£08d; coin- 
ago 18-902b; voting 28- 



— , house of 4-6HM. 
Brunswick Bible Society 3- 

907b. 
Brimswick-CaJenberg, duehy 

of 4-639C. 
Brunswick cluba 3O-160O. 
Brunswick Co., N.C. 19-773 

(DS). 

— Co., Va. 28-118 <E4). 

— dock. Liverpool 8-3G0d. 
BriiTi^^vick-Gottingon, house 



™ick rifle 23-326h. 

'wick -' 'Wolfenhuttel 
hy ot 4- 6 89c; 13- 2 9 3c. 
1TON, MARY 4-BSlc. 
r Thomas Lauder : or 
midea 4-633c; on drunk 
ess 25-70ib; massage 17' 






I. Don 



i. 4-691C; 2 

2-43 Sc 

iculturo 'institute 27 

2-760 (C- 



b capture £ 



113); 4-691c; 

springs 3-7 5 So. 

Brusasco, It. 15-4 



silk 25-l04b; 
1-B2). 



Bninco : -_*... ..... 

Brusewltz, isls., Arct. 21-B38 
(Bl): 26-10 (D-~" 



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ah, George Jarvls : spodu- BRUTTII, tribe 4-(>95b; 



— , SIR SAMUEL EGEHTON 



THEODORUS DE 4 



AM JENNINGS 



BRYNMAWR, ' 



BRYN MAWR COLLEGI 



BRYOPHYTA 



1AM CULLEN 



/SKI, THADDEUS 



BRYAXIS ( 

JAMES 



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BUCHAREST, 



BUCENTAUR 4-7 
BUCEPHALUS 4- 

BUCER, MARTIN 



JCHELER, FRANZ 4-7: 



— , LOTHAR 4 



BUCHEZ. PHILIPPE J. B. 



BUCKEBURG, Got. 4- 
11-80H iWl): 2-*21o. 
JCKERIDGE, JOHN 4- 



BUCKETSHOP (i 



BRUN-BUDD 



(HI). 
iuckBburn, Scot. l-5Ib. 
lucks Co., Pa. 21-106 (M5 and 



— AND NORMANBY, JOHN 



BUCKINGHAMSHIRE, Earl 



BUCKINGHAMSHIRE, 



— , FRANCIS 
4-731a;10-4J 

-, WILLIAM '. 



BUCKHOLDT, JOHANN 4- 



-, HENRY THOMAS 4 



Rucksljorn, Joseph 16 
Buckshot War (U.S. 1 



„„ . 117d. 

i\vn, Md. 17-828 (G4). 

vagon4-7S0c. 

iVHEAT 4-7330 ; bread 

(ilil.li cent.) l-39lf; 
ipe 9-913c; food value 
fib; France 10-781o; 



i, harbour. 



3-BSBb; Daphais 7-^6a; 
Moschus 18-891b; Theo- 
critus 26-761a; Virgil 28- 



!, O, 4-733d; 20-26 



451b, 15-443a. 



ns 2-10c; loaf-bud 16- 
(flg.), 16-32 8a, Z6t 
; morphological rank 



Buda (Ofeu), Hul 



BUCKINGHAM. Earls 



-, ROBERT WILLIAMS 4- 



-, GEORGE VILLIERS, 



-, HENRY STAFFORD, 5 



mtear (myth.) 18-712d. 

Budaors, Hung. 3-4 (F3). 

BUDAPEST, Hung. 4-7S4a: 
3-4 (F3); assault od (1602) 
26-977o; fire sot vice 10- 

Joeke'y club 13-737o; librai 
ries 16-570b; meteorology 
13-896&; mineral watere 
18-521c; Mongol capture 
18-713c; ooera house 26- 
733b; Parliament buildings 
2-*32b iplan) 2-428 (PL 
IX.); Penitentiary Congress 



BUCKINGHAM, 



BUCKNER, SIMON BOLIVAR 



way 23-SS7d; university 27- 
7SHd. 27-770b. 
" Budapest " (battleship) 84- 

see. Hungarian Academy o( 

Iimlag, Tclaga, lake, JaTO 22- 

265d. 
BUDAUN (Vodamayutal.Inula 



BUCK-BEAN (Bog 



BUCKRAM 4-7: 



BUDD-BULO 



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attha) 4-737c; l-453c: 14- 
62*Ti; BarJaam aud .1 
phat legend 3-10-lc; B 



image 15-180 (PI. V. fiK. 13); 
Java statues 15-293o; Jata^ 
ka storv 15-279d; Lunibiiii 



14-428d, 14-429d; Udaya- 
giri image 7-073D. See also 

Sudiiha CarUa 4-748*a;24-171a. 
Buddhadatta 20 -6 3 2a. 
BUDDHAOHOSA4-742b; ; 

632b; rarab 

Buddhavarsha 



Budiak, steppes, Bubs. 3-821h 

Kkv. 9-40 (A2). 

-, Northumb. 9-412 



? 8-8991) (figs.). 



i, It. 15-4 (C2); 



...a 13-495d. 

Buddha vase 1-728 (Plati 

Buddh Gay a (Budh. 

Bodh Gaya), India H 

(L7): 11 -542a; 13-4 

Btnpa rails 14- 4 2 8d. 

Buddhi (tbeosophv) 26-7: 

BUDDHISM 4-742d; art 

241a, 15-182a; ascet 



choeis 18-2S9c; 



Khvs Davids) 4-74!d. 
Buddhist Shrine Rcstoratioi 



Budding (hort.) 13-7 5 ( 

— (iool.)23-117a:alcy 

eorals 2-98d; hydro 



Inddlo 20-240d. 
Juddieia 13-7 7 3c. _ 



Buedord, fjord, : 



inlet, ^ 
Buddu, pro v., Ugan. 

1B3); 27-361d. 
BUDE, OU1LLAUME 

Erasmus 9-731d; I 

lB-232b; Rabelais £ 
BUDE, Corn. 4-750a; 

(VI,' C2); mcteorol 

— , bay, Corn. 9-430 (VI. C2). 
— , riv.. Corn. ' ""- 
Budeford, Do 

Budejovice.A 

"—■—i, Joseph 13-92ib; 13- 



Buena vista, 111. 1 



929 a. 






BUDGELL. EUSTACE 4-T50& 
Bndseoti, N.8.W. 19-538 (D- 

Badge'rlgar 17-70e; 1-1 20b. 
BUIKJET 4-750c; 20-837e; 
10-793b; Lloyd 



BUGENHAGEN, JOHANN 4- 



2-462 (B4);18-337a;2-8! 



Buffal 

— Heaa,mts..uai. 

— Lake, Minn. 18- 



). 28-874 
106 (B4). 
12-376b;' 12- 
111. 14-304 (CD. 



s. 26-( 



Bijhjtc, abbess 

Kadbimia. 
— , SOPH US *- 



I (D4). 



duck. 

Bucn Beth 

5-7 53d; i 



palace, Madri! 



er. 13-588 (E3). 
Buet, mt., Switz. 26-242 (B4); 

i-743c. 
Bueu.Va. 28-118 (B1). 
Bucy.riv., Cu. 17-626. 
— , Laguna del. Culom. _ . . . 
~ cros. N.Mex. 19-520 (G2). 

, hill. Mcx. 28-949H. 
Bnlador de Papa Luna, c- 

Sp. 21-U8a- 
Bufarik, Alg. 1-043 (Bl); 1- 

e 12-1831). 



s. 9-416 (II. 



5, N.Duk. 11 
i. It. 15-4 (Fl ). 



, l-680c; 28-. 

BUFF < leather) 4- 7 5 4c; 

342c; 16-3181). 
Buffalo, Ala. 1-460 (US). 
—, Ark. 2-552 (CI). 
—,1a. 14-732 (G3). 
"• 14-304 (C4). 
1. 14-422 (D3). 
n. 15-054 (OS). 
— Ky.l5-740(C3). 
•" 1.18-550 (US). 



Buffavento, C 
-. mt,. Cypm 
0961). 
Buff -backed 



Bugliuni, 
Bur.oss'. 



-, Mo. 18-6' 



er. 5-110 (A3); 5- 
., Ft. 10-778 (G5); 
-530 (CI). 



. 19-804 

arqiiia de 
i, Ilonore 



s. 19-7: 



Buffalo, Nev 
9-742a;Nati 
(1848) 11-8 



;->Dd). 



Buffer 20-220d. 



BUFFET (furniture) 4-7571); 
- ".77d. 

.am, F. n. l-590d. 

BUFFIER, CLAUDE 4-757c: 



;o ZO-22 7b; 7-o20d. 



Buel, D. n,14-371d. 



la Esperanza, Arg. 2-462 
Bnenaguurdia, Venez. 27-089 



i. 26-690 (L-M4). 



-, lake, AltJi., Can.l- 



-, ffv^WpoCnl. 

25-406 (10); 5-2 

— , tit., Minn. 18- 



Pask., Can. 24-225 

Win. Z8-740 (115 
22 (Bl 



a. 10-3 2a, 

a specific 



skua 



Buffs (Ei 

4-754c; _ 
Buff H m 16-71 



; 17- 7 20c. 

26-idit5ci" 3-527c; 3 

9-31GC See als. 



m, riv., Turkest. 27-120 

ini, Fr.W.Af. 11-204 (Di). 
iri, riv., Fr.W.Af. 11-204 

ifuslan, Russ. 23-872 (H5); 

-108c. 

abibi 27-3 95 d. 

■in-gol, riv., Tib. 6-168 

2). " 

i-magnai, Tib. 6-108 (E3). 

lit., Tib. 6-168 (E3). 

Samara : sec Jelali Zar- 

u.'nit., Pers. 9-164c. 

m,Egv.2B-228d; 26-9 (CI). 

Buhl, Ida. 14-276 (H4). 
— , Minn. 18-550 (E3). 
BUHLE, JOHANN GOTTLIEB 

4-761d. 
Buhlcr's Plains convention 10- 

Biilil' work. Sec under Boulle, 

Buhnc'nvercL 



). 6-722 (U3); 6- 



Buford. John 1- 



BUFFAL0 4-756< 
""5a; 24-fil7o: 



William Frederi 
520 (El) 



BUG (Southeri 



; 11-9 lid; 

-722 (C2). 

n. 23-826 (B-C2). 



Jnhann, duke 
of (^rarlanii : see Birei), 
Ernest Johann. 
Buhrstone 22-71(ia: 10-549a; 
ll-670h; Upper Greensand 
ll-534h; Eocene o£ Ala- 

BUHTURI (poet) 4-702ft; 2- 

272c; 12-870(1. 
Bu Hiiad, mt„ Mor. 18-851 

(Fl). 
Buhush, 



...._, Bus 
919a. 



23-S72 (F4) 



15- 



720h; 19-15ob. 
Buiefi, Arthur 5-168a. 
Buil, Bernardo (Eenediotine) 



:., Cu. 7-595 (Al). 



16-833a; Turl 



848c; 26-543a. 



Bndh Singh 4-?98b. _ 



Sp. 11-938 
lolo. 6-721d. 
Pa.' 21-106 






(B3). 



tional' mnscum 19-09c; 
iyeedty 27-77Sd, 2-464b; 



Ik. 25-506 (F3). 
. 38-740 (B4). 
!olo. 6-722 (E2). 
v., la. 14-732 (F2) 
v., Ind, 14-422 (E7 
iv., Kan. 16-05 

iv., Mont. 14-27 

[v., N.Bak. 19-780 

iv.. N.Dak. 19-780 

riv., N.Mex. 1 

civ., N.V. 19-5' 

'., Oklft. 20-58(G.'.,. 
i'.,Okla. 20-58 (FS). 
v., Pa.21-10B(UG). 
•iv., Wya. 2" "" 



; habits 13-259 
3-4 19d; systci 
q 13-4311). 



Bugaia, isl., E.At. 28-453. 
Biiiraitac; see Blemmyes. 
Bugaia. isl., E.Af. 2S-45d. 
Buganda, prov., (Igan. 27-55 

(B3-2). See also Uganda. 
Bngarun, cape, Alg. 1-643 

Bugason, P.Ie. 21-392 (C5). 

a 84-61 fid, 

;,' Fr. 10-7 
AUD DE 

of Isly 4-758c 
12-T08d; Algcri 



-762h; 9-439a; 



1030c; trade un 

— (K*me) 5-USd. 

— SOCDSTIES 4 

818e; 24-215c; 
188b i; United S 

aoid. 



Fedcri 



, Sal 



of 27-1 44b. 
Jop 9-420 ( 
0211). 



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village. 
Pnitejake, Scot. 3-3 
BUILTH (Builth Wei 



BUISSON, FERDINAND 
BU1TENZ0RG, Mai. Arch. 



BULANDSHAHR, 



Bulanit, Arm. 9-S9 
BULAWAYO, Bhr 



-, EASTERN, i 

fciltfariaii atro< 
4-781d: 27-4C 



ssfc 



BUKHARI 

4-JTOd: 2 
Bukhlarma. 



Billfflngcr, Georg Bemht 
BULFINCH, CHARLES 4- 



yas 



Builier Crook, riv., N. Dak, 19- 



BULLINCER, HEINRICH 4 



BULLION 4-7! 



— , CHARLES 4-78Sb;5-350b; 
— , SIR REDVER5 H. 4- 



BUIXROARER 4-7! 



, nunff. 3-1 (GS) 



SSXS 



A&Xt" 



— wood 3-aoSo; 4-0 
BULL-FIGHTING 4 

BULLFINCH 4-790 



BULOW, BERNHARD E. von 



—.DIETRICH H-, Freikerr 

— \ FRIEDREICH W., Freiherc 

|ia!inaa-37ib;28-379d;aB- 

— , HANS GUIDO VON 4- 



Bula, P-Ifl- 21-392 (D4). 



BULO-BURL 



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Billow, voo (Danish general) 


Bumping table (ore-dresBlng) 


BungaruB ceylonious 1B-I97a. 


Bunya : see Ban-can. 


Burbuleiun : see Curio, a 


8-6 8 9 b. 


20-21(1 b. 


BUNGAY. SuH. 4-798c; 9-1B1 


Bunya-bunya pine 2-3221); 




Buloz, I'rancois ll-ln()d. 


Bumstead, H. A. 2-867b. 


(IV. E2). 


12-7 59b. 


Buich, G. J! 6- 30 5c. 


Bulphan, E.ss. 16-913 (F2). 
BULRUSH 4-7 9 5d ; 7-69 3a ; 


Bui ma, mt„ Tib. 6-168 (E3). 


— , 111. 14-304 <T>5). 


BUNYAN, JOHN 4-803a; 9- 


— (gem -engraver) ll-568d. 


BUN 4-796b. 


Bunge, Alexander von 12- 




Burch, S.Dak. 25-506 (H2). 


industrial uses 23-857e. See 


Buna, N.G. 18-487 <V3>. 


165(1; 19-5371). 






«fei> Papyrus. 


— , Tex. 26-690 (N-OS). 


— , Y. 16-H76d; 14-S00c. 


Bunyan Meeting House, Bed- 




Bulsar, India 14-332 (K9); 26- 


Biaiaifnr-balkr (Olafsson) 14- 


Bungendore, N.S.W. 19-538 




Burebjlrd L (bishC[i of Worms) 




235e. 


(Ell. 


Bnnyi, yfe. 19-678 (E2). 




Bul Shillei, riv., Somhid. 25- 


Bunanite sect 17-433a. 


Buiigener, L. Y. 17-2010. 


Hunyip, Vict. 28-38 (C3). 


— (of Mt'sion) 24-«57d; 12- 


379 (CO). 


Buuarba. N.S.W. 19-538 (El). 


Bungort, A. 19-82o. 


Bimyoro, C.Af. : see Unvoro. 




Bul-tso, late, Tib. 6-168 (E3). 




But we'd Land, Aret, 19-536d. 


BUNZLAU, Ger. 4-S06d; 11- 


— , Samuel D. 4-33a. 


Butstono hundred : gee Abdiofc 


27-31 6b. 


Bimg-IIwiua, cape, Fr.I.C. 


803 (E3); 5-7401), 


Burchfli-d, Neb. 19-324 (HI). 


and Bulstone. 


— (Bail Dagh), ruins, Troad 


14-198 (KS). 


Buoebs, Sivitz. 26-242 (K3). 


Bnrohcll. W. J.3-605d. 


BULSTRODE, SIR RICHARD 


27-316b. 




— , guif, Lucerne : see. Gcrsau, 






Bunar Dagh (Pangaeus), ml.. 


— (Hoshu), prov., Jap. 15- 




— zebra 13-713e; 26-510a; 


— . Whitcloeke 4-796a. 


Turk. 27-426 (C-D3); 15- 


204c; 15-I59b. 


Buol-Schauenitein, Charles F., 


28-9621) (fig.). 


Bulslrnde, park, Bucks. 16- 


701a; 17-216d. 


Bungo-nuda, bay, Jap. 15- 




Burcliinal, la! 14-732 (1)1). 


913 (112). 


Runa.s riv., India : see Banas. 


156 (H [01. 


Buonaeeorsi Porino : gee Porino 


Burch man. Come lis J. 27- 


Bultti, It, 15-1 (B4). 


Bunatrahir, bay, Ire. 14-744 


Bmigsberg, hill. Ger. 24-331d. 






Bult Fonicin, S.Af. 25-166 






BUONAFEDE, APPIANO 4- 


Birrckhaidt, Carl 1-Mlb; 20- 


(G-II7). 


Bvinau, lords of 26-672a. 


B2). 


806d. 


90) d. 


Bullfontein (diamond mine). 




Bung-yn-la, pass, Tib. 6-168 


Buonanni, Filippo 16-37 lc. 


— , JAKOB 4-809a; ll-797d. 


Cape Col. 12-0071); 8-161a; 


Bunbcg. Ins. 14-744 (CI). 


<F3). 


Buonaparte family : see Bona- 


— , J. V. 26-3261). 




Bunbury, Sir Edward Herbert 


Buniiili Ficld-i, bond. 10-393b. 




— , JOHN LEWIS 4-S09b; 2- 


Bulthaim, India : see. Buldaua. 


4-797a. 


Bunhonse (lour mills, Soot. 


Buonarrol.i, F. M. 2-4S0b; 3- 




Buiti 10-2190. 




20-87 lo. 




ations 19-6 9 7 d. 


Bulloa, isls., Pac.O. : see 


— , HENRY WILLIAM 4-796d. 


Buniar (Bliunniar), India 14- 


— , Michelangelo; set Michel- 


Burcombe, Wills. 2B-70OC. 


Uiirik. 




429d. 


angelo. 


limuot, Oxon. 9-130 (111. E3). 


Buluan. lake, P. Is. 21-392 (BT); 




Bunlns 11-2601). 


— , Plill. 9-861a. 


Burdach's tract 25-156 9c. 




Bunbury, Chcs. 9-116 (II. B3); 


Bunio(Bui)ich),Hung.3-4(D4). 


Buonas, prora., Switz. 28- 




Buluk-bashii-184d. 




Bunious ( Uomro) 12-569a. 




Burdc (prince) 8-870b.' 


Bulukkm (Abul 1'utuh Yueuf) 


BUNBURY, W.Aus. 4-797a; 


Bunin. Ivan 23-91 Ua. 


Buonavcnturi, Pietto 18-38b. 


Burdeana : see Jacob Bara- 


i0-2i)ia; l-6J5b. 


2-960 ( 116) 1 geology 28-5 40a; 


Bulling, Arnold B-728a- 


Bnoncampagno, l.'go ; sec 




Euhdu, Ugan. 27-559c 


shipping 28- a 12a. 


Buningonia, W.Aus. 2-960 


Gregory XIII. 


BURDEAU, AUGUSTE L. 4- 


Bulun, Rubs. As. 25-10 (III). 




(C(i). 


Buoucompagni, Pietro l-598c. 




Biilungau, Bor. 4-257 (C2); 4- 




Buninyong, Vict. 28-38 (Dl). 


BuonoonsigUo. G. 28-20d. 


Burdekin, riv., Queens. 2-960 




liuiieli grass 12-369b; 27- 


BUNION 4-798d. 


Buonoonvento, It. 13-2791). 


(H4);2-942d; 22-732b. 


— , div., Bor. 4-357 (02). 




Bunimn flesuosum : see Eartli- 


Buondelkhand India : see 


— limestone 22-7320. 


— , riv., Bor. : see Kayan. 


Bunobo : « Tsui Bimeho. 




Bundelkhand. 


— plum 22-733C. 


Bulungin-nor, lake, Tib. 6-168 


Bunchuk 21-91 4 b. 


Bnnji, India 14-376 (1'2); 12- 


Bmno, Bel (V. Gioberto) 12- 


Burden, Kan. 15-654 (F3). 


( K2). 


Buncombe, Ala. 1-160 (B3). 


21a. 




— , lake, N.Y. 19-596 (B-Cl). 


Bulun sun vu-tau, int., Turkest. 


— Co., N.C. 19-772 (B4). 


— . dist,, India 7-829d. 


Buonu'nciui, G, B.: see Bonon- 


BURDEN (diet.) 4-809d. 


6-168(112). 


BUNCOMBE (did.) 4-7 97a. 


— , falls, f'r.Cong. 20-25a. 




— of proof (law) 10-15d. 


Bnhm-tokhui, Turkost, 27-120 


BUNCRANA, Ire. 4-797a; 14- 


Bimker(golf)12-223e. 


Bumxi d'Antona 14-905b. 


BURDER, GEORGE 4-809d. 


(G3). 


714(111). 


Bunker, hill, Vt- 19-490 (E-C4). 


BUOY4-806d; 16-646a; Trin- 


BURDETT. SIR FRANCIS 4- 


Biiliunir-gol, riv.. Turkost. 6- 


Bund, Willis l-702d. 


— Hill, 111.11-301 (CI). 


ity House 27-2rifid. 




16S (Fl); 12-167a. 


Bund, Bcutscher: see Con- 


— Hill, Ind. 14-122 (K3). 


Buovancvl4-119b. 


— , Sir Henry 13-799b. 


Btiliis. Tanjong, cape, Mai. 


federation. German. 


— Hill, W.Va,, 28-561) (K2). 


— , centre ■>( 14-1 IHc. 


— , Sir liobert 4-810c. 


Penin. 17-473 (C6); 17- 




BUNKER HILL, battle (1775) 


— , curve of 24-925d. 


Burdclt, Can. 1-500 (B2). 




Bundu, (pliilol.) : see Mbunda. 


4-793d. 


— , surface of 24-9,32o. 


— , Colo. 6-722 (HI). 


Bulusan, mt„ P. Is. 21-393a. 


BUNDABERG, Queens. 4- 


— Hill, iriinc, Ida. 14-279b. 


Buoy sinker l-IM9b. 


— , Miss. 18-600 (A : B2J. 


Bulvarnava, Kiev 15-789d. 


797a: 2-960 (14): 22-736d. 


Bunkervillo. Nev. 5-8 (F3). 


BUPALUS (aculntor) 4-8081). 




BULWARK (diet.) 4- 7 96a; 


Bunilnitish (Zoroaslrian) 7- 


Bunkey. isl.. I'ac.O. : see Na- 


Bupliaga : sec O'jtpccker. 


BURDETT-COUTTS, baroness 


fortification 10-6 81c. 


216b; 8-92;ic;12-lo;.h. 




— crytlirortiynea : see Rhino- 


4-8 1i>o; 3-630a; 15-807b. 


" Bulwark " (warship) 24- 


Bundarra. N.S.W. 19-nSH (F2). 


Bunkie, La. 17-54 (B3). 


ceros bird, reii-beakcd. 


Burdettc, Robert. J. 4-837a. 


S96d. 


Bundcla. tribe 3-928o; 4- 


Bunkum : see Buncombe. 


BUPHONIA 4-8 08c. 


Burdel.te, Ark. 2-552 (F2). 


Bulwarks, The, camp. Wales 


797e; 15-1 Sl«; chroiiicles 


Bunmahon. Ire. 14-711 (Di). 


Ruphthalmum 13- 7 69 a. 


— , S.Dak. 25-506 (G3). 


12-7oc. 




BUNN, ALFRED 4- 7 90c. 


Bunlciii'miilO-aald; 16-325C; 


Burdct.t?;. Abbot (18l0)7-25a. 


Bulwell, Notts. 9-116 (II. E3); 


BUNDELKHAND, dist., India 




16-326d. 


Burdlck. Ind. 14-422 (111). 


19- 82 fie. 


4-797b: 11-376 (117); armv 




— rotuiidifolhim: see Hare's 


— . Ky. 15-710 (C3), 


Bill wit, Sir Henry : see Balling 


orgaiiiKaliou 4-l88a; goo- 


Bunnell, Flu- 10-510 (E2). 






und^Hiuwer, baron. 




BUNNER, HENRY CUYLER 


— stollatum l-754a. 


24-11 7 e. 




Bunder (measure) 2B-191b. 




Bupmsium, Or. 12-140 (C2). 


Burdigala, Ga.ul 23-648 (B2). 


Natal) 19-261b. 


Bunder Ahhasi, &-e. : see 


Bunney, William 16-7861). 


Bui.rcatidac 6-6 (ittli. 


See also Bordeaux. 


—.John 7-8S7d. 






Buproridae 9-659d. 


JBurdigtilense Itiiterarium : see 


— , William Earlc, General 7- 


Bond (ler Landwirthe ll-892b. 




Buouoy. count of : see Bou- 


lliemsolymitanum. 


7T(!a. 


Bundcs-Arc!)iv.Berno22-90Jd, 


Bunodcs (fossil) 2-3021). 




Burdigalian group 11-6 70a; 


— Lytton, Edward Lytton : 




— (sea anemone) 2-101b. 


BUR (bot.) 4-808c; 21-758b. 










— (people) 28-7 7 7e. 


Bunline, Pa. 21-106 (D7). 


Bulygln (Russian statesman) 


Bundesrat (Cernian) 8-212c; 


Bunomeryx 2-697d. 


— (Mongolian term) 15-828b. 




23-9 OOd. 


ll-817a; ll-873b. 


Bunowen, Ire. 14-744 (A3). 


— (myth.) 19-113a. 


dino) °* see Gregory VIII, 


Bum, riv., S.L. : see Great 


— (Swiss) 26-24lid; 26-2.19C. 


— , riv., ire. 14-711 (B3). 


Bura, India 14-376 (n6). 




Bum. 


'■ Bundesratii" (steamship) 19- 


BunraUy, Ire. 14-741 (C4); 


Bnrabalang. riv., India 14-382 


Burdock 6-812d: 10-554d; 26- 


—.lake. Tib. 26-916 (Dl). 


31 Od. 


6-1 2 7 o. 






Bu-Magla l-652a. 




Bunsoholen, HoU, 13-588 (C2); 


Bufabu'rg, bishopric, Ger. 11- 


Eirrdon, Rowland 4-542e. 


Bumalo (Harpodon) 2-747d. 


Bundestac (Geriiiaii) B-212c; 




236d. 


Burden, Dur. 8-708a. 


Bu-Maza 1-651 d. 


ll-863c;ll-87;ib. 


BUNSEN, CHRISTIAN C. J., 


Burada, T. T. 23-8 19b. 


Burdon (her.) 18-328a. 


Bumba, Bel. Con?. 6-923 (C2). 




baron von 4-799d; 12-948d; 


Ur.raeus. Johannes : see Bore, 


BURDON - SANDERSON, SIR 


— , riv., Camer. 5-110 (Bl|. 


86-2 43d. 


16-5 2 3a. 


Johannes. 


J. S. 4-811a; 3-171o; 27- 


Bum-bailiff 3-21 8b. 


BUNDI, state, India 4-798a; 


— , Ernst von 4-800d. 


Bu Itagrag, riv., Mor. 18-851 




Buinbesoi, Rum. 23-826 (A2). 


14-376 (K7); language 22- 


— , Georgvou (fl. 1833) ll-21n. 


(D2); 18-852a. 


Burdsliula, mt., Asia : sen 


Bumbidc. isl„ Ger.E.At. 11- 


86;.a. 


— , Georg von (1824-1896) 4- 


Buraja, N.S.W. 19-538 (B 1). 


Karaeotn-Khokh. 




Bundiok Creek, riv.. La. 17-S* 


SOOd; 11-tiBla. 


Buraku, isl., I'ac.O. 20-436 


Burdujeni, Rum. 23-826 (AD. 


Bumblc Bee, Ariz. 2-544 (B2). 
— bee: see Humble bee. 


(A3). 


— , Karl von4-800d. 




Burdur. Asia M. : see Buldur. 


Bundle (Has yarn measure) 16- 


— , Ilenrv de 4-800d. 


Burali-Forti's contradiction 


BURDWAN, India 4-811b; 


BUMBO AT 4- 7 96a. 


726d. 


— , Sip Maurice 4-80la. 




14-376 (M8). 


Bmnbonia, S.L. 11-201 (05). 


— of Vicn. d'Ajsyr (anat.) 


— , ROBERT WILHELM von 


Buran 6-521a; 12-16fio; 25- 


— , dist., India 4-Sllo. 


Bumborah, pt„ K.8.W. 26- 




4-801a; atmosphere 2-860b; 


13b. 


— , div., India 4-811d. 


278 (C5). 


BundlinB press 7-307a. 
Bnndner Oberland, val., Switz. 


calorimeter 5-62c; gevsera 


Buranello : see Galuppi, Bald- 


Bure, J. (philologist) 24-296b; 


BUMBULUM 4- 7 96a. 


ll-911a; filter 10-346c; 






Bumbwe, falls. Rbod. 23-260 


12-60 Sb. 




BURANO, It. 4-S08e; 15-4 


Burc, mt.,' Alps l-712b. 

— , riv., Nnrf. 8-434 (IV. Fl); 


(A3). 


Biiminer Sehiefer 20-81d; 27- 


photomeler 21-527a; ther- 


(B2); 27-1001e. 


Bum Chi, rly,, Java 15-281 




mostat 14-368D; voltaiecell 


Bnrao, Romlnd. 25-379 (D3); 


19-744C. 




Buodoran. Ire. 14-714 (C2); 


3-a32c. 


25-38111. 


Eure(mytli.): see Buri. 


Bu Medin, Sidi 26 : 1031d. 


3-S8»b; geology 8-41 3c. 




Bm-as, La. 17-54 (El). 


Burea, Swcd. 19-800 (E2). 




— Junction, Ire. 14-714 (D2); 


Bunsen burner 10-171a. 


BURAUEN, P.Is. 4-8(l8d; 21- 






10-274d. 


Hunsenitc 19-6SSe. 


392 (E5). 


Villein omblc 10-833h. 


Southern buckthorn. 


Bimdorra, Ire. 14-744 (B3). 


Bunt ll-3S9a; 28-582c. 


Bm-haoh, Ger. : see. Malstatfc- 


— , Jean, Seigneur de Mont- 


— lyclotdes : see Southern 


Buiidschuh 11-8524. 


BUNTER igeol.) 4-*01d; 11- 


Biu-biich. 


glas 10-833b. 


buckthorn. 


Bundu 22-0HKa. 


670c: 27-2(>0 (table); pebble 


BURBAGE, JAMES 4-S08d; 


Bureau, 111. 14-304 (C2). 




Bundv. Wis. 28-740 (B3). 


heds6-911a. 


26-7311). 


BUREAU (diet.) 4-811d; in 


— retusa : see (Mia. 


Bunene (deitv) 24-798d. 


Buntbaus, Ger. 9-1 61d. 


— . Richard 4-S0Sd. 


American government 6- 




BUNER, dist.. Inilia 4-79Sb; 


BUNTING, JABEZ 4-802b. 


Burbagc, Leics. 9-420 (III. 


938a, 8-5 5 d. 


Bu-Meyrag 1-B52c. 


l-illc; Alexander the Great 


— , Sir Percy William 4-802e. 


Ei). 


— (in names of Englisfc 


Bumiiart: see- Pommcr. 


1-5 4 8b. 


— , William Maelardic 4-802c. 


— . Wilt*. 9-420 (Iir. D4). 


or American government 


Bu Min Klian : nee Mokan. 


— . rtv„lDdial4-507d. 


BUNTING (bird) 4-802o; 7- 


Kurbank, Luther 24-190d. 


depts.): gee under principa: 


Bum kin, isl., Mas.*. 17-852(C4). 


Bunerwals, tribe 4-798c. 




Bur bank, Ala. 1-400 (A4). 


word. 


Buin-Eittam, riv., H.L. 11-201 


(iunessari, Scot. 24-412 (B3). 


BUNTING (cloth) 4-802d; flags 


— , Cftl. 5-8 (D4). 


Bureau Co., lit. 14-304 (C2). 


(B-C5);25-5id. 


Buneveneader, Scot. 28-573b. 


10- 462 d. 


— . O. 20-26 (F-G3). 


Bureaucracy 4-811d ; 35-302d. 


Bump (c rial -mining] 18-5390. 


Hunga 25-S5b. 


Buntingford. Herts. 9-424 (IV. 


— , S.Dak. 25-506(15). 


Bureau d'assistance (diet.) 20- 


— (roving) : see Bumping 




B3); 9-750C. 


— , Utah 27-814 (Al). 






Bungambil, mt„ N.S.W. 19- 




Burbarnd, dist.. Pers. 4-867d. 


— dc bieu-faisance 10-799b. 


Bumpaas, Va. 28-118 (E3). 




Buntoku 28-8 15a. 


Bmberg beds 9- 6 6 3a. 


Bureau de la liiviere, Jean : 


Bumping, lake, Wash. 28-354 


Bunganut, pond, Me. 17-134 


Buuton : see Divider (mining). 


Burbia. Sp. 25-530 (Bl). 


see La Riviere, Jean Bureau 


(D3). 


(B5). 


Bunts (baseball) 3-iS0b. 


Burbidge, Thomas 6-5(ilo. 


Sire de. 


— , riv.. Wash. 28-354 (D3). 






Burbistn : see Boerebittta. 


Bureau dn roi 8-96c; 11. 


Bumping races (rowing) 23- 


BungaruH 25-291C. 


Bu Nnra, oasis, Sah. 19- 


BURBOT 4-8 09a; 14-2 52a 


364 (PL V.); 23-324b; 2ft 


ISib. 


. — caeruleus : see Krait. 


145e. 


(fig.); angling 2-30a, 


lid. 



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3.2-261 (K3)J19- 



-, HUBERT DE 4 



:URGON, JOHN WILLIAM 
iURGONET 4-81Sc; 13-: 



BULO-BURL 



IGERS, THOMAS FRAN- 



BURGERSDYK, FRANCIS 4 
BURGE5, GEORGE i-Hl3d 



21-44 Tb; 27- 



SIR JOHN FOX 4 



;URIDAN, JEAN 4 



i 26-901d; 24- 






i(dlot.)2S-]9Je. 

lam'a'qui, JEAN 

■i, Fr. 10-178 (FS|; 26- 
;'h, Walter : ace Burley. 



■ 24-3S5a; 2- 



i a6-2Sld; vvino 28- 



SIR JOHN BERNARD 4 
ROBERT O'HARA 4-8351 



BURLINGTON, N.J. 



— , Va. 28-118 (O-DS). 



BURL-BUTT 



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RMANN, PIETER ! 
PIETER (the younger; 



BURMESE WARS 



BURN A BY, FREDERICK 



IURNE-JONES, SIR ED- 






BURNES, SIR ALEXANDER 

Burnet. Elizabeth 4-So3c, 
—.GILBERT 4-851a; 



BURNETT, FRANCES ELIZA 



BURNEY, CHARLES 



URNHAM BEECHES 



URNING TO DEA' 



BURNOUF, EUGENE * 



RROUGHS, GEORGE ■ 



URSCHENSCHAFT '. 



Burtaaaes, tribe 6-350c; 24- 



SIR FREDERICK WIL 



I RICHARD FRA1 



URTON - UPON - TRENT 



(URUJIRD, Tiro v., 
Z3-S72 (ri6);27-f 



lOHN BAGNELL 4-88 



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BURL-BUTT 



Ky. 1G-740 (B3>. 



- Co., Nob. 1B-324 (G; 



, N.Y. 19-598 
s. 17-545 (map). 



l 6-49.1; 6-3Id; on ke- 

es 15-I62I>; on tertiary 

jholu l-528b. 

ra, ia]., Vt. 19-490 (A2). 

c's Court, estate, Bucks. ; 

Gregories. 

c's motor cycle 18-915b 



-, ROGER DE RABUTIN, 



21-8 4 7 b. 
Butmir, Aua.nung. 4- 
BUTO (goddess) 4-8 



Utah 27- 
of (gee I.) 



uto, Egy. 4-S88d;9-S 

utoruus : see Flowerii 

Q, Mai. Arch. 17-4i 



■fug rush. 

_. 168 (E4); 

5-598c. 
— j_ isL , M aU Arch.l7-466( K 4 -3 ) ; 

, J8(K1). 

BUTRINTO, Tvirk. 4-889ai 
™ ■"« (B3): 12-440 (Bl). 

. Adriatic 4-8S9a. 

. Turk. 87-436 (B3); 



IAMIN FRANKL1 



BUSK, GEOF 
JSKEN-HU1 



— , Clara 19-8 

—.ISAAC 4-»»ao; n-isia: 

Pamcll and 20-S55c 
BUTT (diet. | 4-8 89b. 

" i carpentry) 15-482d. 
i forging) 10-664d; 28- 

— (in leather trado) 16-33Sd. 
Buttafuoeo, Matteo 19- 191a. 
HutUhatchoe, rlv.. Miss. 18- 

600 (1)2). 
Euttauf, El (Asoehis), Pal. 28- 

602 <C3); 11-tOia; 20-60 lo. 
BUTTE, Mont. 4-8K9e; 14- 



i. 19-324 (Ft)- 
0. 28-874 (G2). 
... Not. 5-8 <F2). 
. Nev. B-S (F2). 
; (tihya. geoe.) 4-88{ 
Sty, Cal. 5-8 (C2), 



1AM ARCHER 



sv 



-, Nathaniel 19- 5 5 3a. 
BUTTER 4-S89d ; 20 -4 1 
adulteration i-230b; A 
' ' " 'rade4-613c; b 






3-167d; 
' 5-1548; uenmaiK 
: 8-2 0b; factories 7- 
; food values S-216n; 
reatrictiona 7- 7 5 4c; 
ng and composition 
ib, 18-452d; pvesorvn- 
l-225a; Keichert- 
:I value 2O-S0a; scoop 
■/-<oi(i (fig.); standard of 
■ ■ ■ "?■ - i. ■ ;«. 

50a; United Kingdom trade 
7-7i8a, 7-7 60h. 2O-50c; Uni- 
ted States trade 7-761a, 
l-220a; use for anointing 
2-79d; worker 7-751d (fig.}. 



BUTT-BZYB 



ir-and-egga (bot.) !»■ 



Butter Creek, rlv., Qreg. 20- 

242 (J'2>. 
BUTTERCUP 4-S90a; 22-897a; 

inflorescence 10-550a (fig.). 
BUTTERFIELD, DANIEL 4- 

890a. 
— , WILLIAM 4-890b;2-433b; 

2-701a; Balliol College 20- 

407a; Perth cathedral 21- 

200c. 
Blltttrlleld, Ark. 2-552 (C3). 
-■-, Minn. 18-550 (C7). 
— , Mi). 19-(iOH (C5). 
BUTTERFLY 4-S90c; 16-475D 

(figs.); 16-47Uc; Alpine forms 

dislrilmtion 16-lT0a; dimi : 

13-119c: metamorphosis 18- 

222b; scales 16-iOOb (fig.); 



Butter-mere, Cumb. 9-412 (I. 

1)3). 
— . late, Climb. 9-413 (I. B3); 

16-89e; fl-411b; geology 7- 



— tree 26- 3 7 9a. 
But.tev%vick. Lino 
Hi). 



o Col. 25- 

4.00(I9);15-6'J9c. 
— , Mal.PoDin. 17-473 (El). 
— . Va, 28-118 (E3). 
BUTTERY (diet.) 4-8 9 fid. 
Buttci, Colo. 6-722 (F3). 
— . Swltz. 26-212 (B3). 
But tee -CI i a uiu out, Fr. 2O-80J 

(LH and El); 80-81011. 



-7fiil. 



Butt i 



.rid Bar 



(starfish 



1 (CD; 
-7 96b. 



Aiinibale 14- 
Butthu.'ten : battle (893) 
Bur'tW Pond, lake. Me. 17-434 
BUTTMANN, PHILIPP KARL 



Buttock 



1-9 12c 



A3);.4-878o.' 



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s Co., Ga. 11-752 (OS). 

_.roon, Ese. 16-912 (E2). 
Butt sling 15-875d. 
Buttettidt, Ger. 11-808 (II 

10). 

tzville, N.Dak. 19-780 <G3 



_ an, int., Hung. 27-2124. 
BUTYL ALCOHOLS 4- 89 2a. 
— aldehyde l-532a. See all 



yrolactene 16-56c; 6-5' 
yruiiietor 7-753d(fie.). 



lyhid (dynasty) : 



luxe Fjord, Gr 
23-637 b.' 



. 15-20 i 



Buxieres, Fr. 10-781C. 
Busted, Sub. 9-421 (IV. C5 

26-1 G7d. 
Buxtehude (musician) 3-124 
BUXTON, JEDEDIAH 4-892 
— , Svdney 5-132c 
— , SIR THOMAS FOWEL 

4-892d; l-6Td; l-SS6b. 
BUXTON, Derby. 4-893a; ! 

410 (II. D3); 4-584 (Bl 

mineral waters 18-51 8 d. 
— , la. 14-732 (E3). 
— , Me. 17-131 (BS). 
— , N.Dak. 19-780 (G2). 
— , Ores. 20-242 (B2). 
BUXTORF, JOHANNES (tl 



medan Institutions 1". 

17-4221). 
BUYING IN 4-891d. 
- ■ - ' ■) S-731b. 
nil" " 

'"aOld; 1 

yster, P. <«5ulptor) 84-4' 

vukdere (CousTantinopli 

le. 

yuk Djaruia, rnoen,ue, E 



iuyiifelim..- 
505 (Bl). 



vil., Turk. As. 
'"Ger.E.Af. 11-7 



ition3-971a. 

5-2 8 rib . 

;al. 5-8 (Di). 



fivins 2-103a. 
Butts, Ga. 11-7J2 (13). 
Butts, Battle of ths (1541) 18- 



Bnzancais, Fr. 10-778 (E4). 
Buzancy, Fr. 10-778 (GS 

battle (lS70)l-498b: hor* 

breeding 2-15 In. 
Bu Zarca, mt„, Alg. 1-G54d. 
Buzaun : aee Buflinc. 



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C-CADB 



tt (abbrev.) l-30a. 



rs (dif 



) 17- S 



Caa™?irTi7-S77e? 8 " 919d " 
CAB 4-91 ita ; IS-ii-Jlic. 
Caba, It. 15-26 (CO]. 

^ebock.'hcad. " COt '' ' 
CABAL 4-913b; 5-fllJb; 



.'atialiro; 



is IS- 8 



ix25-410d. 



Caln/Un-- 



■■•) 15-a.,„.. 

. ■— . . ., £TZ 25-5S0c. 

tiiDiiuo Blanco, fiuat. 5-0; 

f'aliallocoelia, Peru 21-204 

—.lake, Peru 17-7 ti. 
^aballn Cone, ml,, X.lfes. 19 

Caballos, 1 C.Am. : see Puerfa 



Cu. 7-595 (El) 
P.Is. 21-39fjc. 



CABANEL, ALEXANDRE 



lies, Les, Ft.: 
21, is£ HI. 18-60 



5-132c 



■ ■.., 



CABARRUS,' " FRANCOIS 4- 

914b ; 15-52.5:1. 
Cabarrus Co., N.C. 19-77': 

CABASILAS, NICOLAUS 4. 

—.Nil us 24-8 lb; 4.914c. 
CabEissetl3--2iaii. 
Cabassou : see Taf.ouay. 

Ca.bsU Louis ao-aOsli!*" 
CABATCAN, P.Is. 4-914o ; 21. 

CABBAGE ^■Dltoi'* 8-" 16b ■ 

l-391d. 
— fl T>his 13-2Sle (fig.). 



iiuiiiiii value jii-iuuaa, zu 
642d; 11^.27-6340 

— 'ybito butterlls- 16-470b 



Cabecico do Eoenas. mt., So. 

5.598b. 
Galiudcllo, Braz. 4-410 <E3) ; 



Cabell, Joseph Carr: 
A. 12-9 



), Gaul 5-001d. 
i 22-1 2 c. 
;t 28-721b. 



(C3);3-181d. 

■abona del Inca, m 
sec Picacho, 111. 



CABIN (die 
Cabin lirai 

S2a (Hi). 



eh, riv., Md. 17- 
v., Mont 14-276 



CABINET (furniture) 4-917d 
11-304 (PL in., fl S . 3 ) 
carved 28 - 79-ld. 28 - 79; 



18-, 542c ; Walpoli 
34flo ; William I] 
; L.S. 27-656U. 
K<W4-SJI7d 
NOIR 4-920a. 



Cabiri (myth.) : see Cabeiri. 
Labita, bay, CJolom. 6-701 (A3! 
Cabiuna: see Dalborgia tiisra 
CABLE, GEORGE WASHING- 

Cable, lit. 14-3(11 (B2). 
CABLE (chain) 4-920b. 
-(rope) 23-71 3d. 
-, electric : capacity 9-24-lc ; 
manufacture 28-738d j 

poivcr22-235b, 9-197o : tele 
graph 26-512b. 
-,clectriesubmarino26-527b; 
20-322c; Atlantic 9-187a, 
12-237b, 10-32Ia ; Bright 4- 
S67a ; kelvin 15-?22a j tola- 

— bolder 5-292 b! 

— MOULDING 4-9311, J 14- 

11 way 23- 8 3 6b. 

)ck r sre. Capstan. 

iclion27.120b;27-181b. 
..Jys7-62d, 
Cabling 10-5S3d 
Cabo. Eras. 21-178e. ■ 

— Blanco, Arg. 2-102 (C6). 



CABOCHE, SIMON 4-921c 

10-822b. 
Cabocbiena 5-919d : 10-S22b. 
Cabochou. en 16-190b ; l-712c 
C'abo Frio, Braz. 23-353c. 
— Oeste, Arg. 2-402 (C'5>. 
Cabook 16- 2 41 a. 
Cabool, Mo. 18-608 (B4). 



19-482C ; Arctic explore,! 
21-93Hd; Bristol tower 
5S0c ; ship of 24-865b. 
-.SEBASTIAN 4-922d; 



, 2-552 (C3). 

-. Xfd. 19-479 (B2). 
"* *" "'"(C3);27-1026d. 



— , VI. 19..... 

— , head. Can. __ „« 

— , is!., Nfd. 19-479 <D2). 
— , str.. Can. 19-479 (A2- 

24-22d. 
Cabot (measure) 28- 49 lb. 



CABRA, 9p. 4-9: 



■123c. ' 

Cabrach, Scot. 24-412 (B2). 

iiuckof Cabrach. 
Cabral. Goiwalo Velho 3-85i 

13-296b. 
— , Jose Mafia 24-195a. 
— , Pedro Alvaicz 11-625? ■ 

Brazil expedition l-806o, 4. 

ijjja ; Indian expedition 14- 



r , Silva 21-5; 
11-2 



lll.ls. S 



.72 (map); 



3 <"-i 



, „ - --. 25-530 

(A2), 22-134d. 
abrojas, Sp. 25-S30 (D2). 
abrella. Port. 25-530 (A3), 
abrora, Juan 25-ji9Sc. 
-,LuiBGeronlmo7-lllc. 
-, -Manuel Estrada 12-664b. 
-, RAMON 4-923c; 25-S571: 



(G3) 



U.Ib. I 



,Sp. 1-7 14b. 
; 2breTi- S - P 'J 5 "i 30 <E1) * 
labrorizos, Sp.*24-S7c(plaii). 
labrlel. tiv., Sp. 25-5S& (E3) ; 

Cabrleros, Fr.8-12flb; 22-505c. 
''abrillo, Jnan Rodngnoez 11- 



labrita 16-826d ; 2 



Cabrobo. Braz. 4-449 (14). 



Lbul, Afg, and PaLl » 
Cabulla : see American aloe. 



Cabuya: ate AgaTe flbro. 
Cabuyaro, S.Am. 6-701 (B3J. 
Caeaaea, m t^ Bol. 4-16J (B3) 

aoagnateque, mt, O.Am, 24- 

_aealiaklemiaS-173b, 

Cacao : see Cocoa, 

— bianco : see Tlaer cacao. 



Cacao butter i see Oocoa- 
— red 6-63 Oo. 



CACTUS 4-92#.c: ; S-G6M I 



Cacau : ate Cocoa. 



1-lcgged part- 
1.1S-4(A-B4) 



:us Plain, AriK. 2-544 <B2> 

jus men 37-634b. 

Cacu, Peru 21-264 <C3). 
■ C'aculo-Cabana, int., Ang, 2- 



— Hhys Goch o'a Eyrie, rock, 

Wales 3-Mda, 
Caiialso, Sp. 12-103a, 
CAD ALSO VAZQUEZ, JOSE 

4-926d. 
Cadalns, Peter ! see P±onor)us 



CacereL _ _ 

—, Andres 21-276d. 
CACERES, Sp. 4-924b J 



Cachar (Kachi 

(P7). 
CACHAR (Eaoliar), disk, India 

4-924c ; 2-771e. 
Cache, Okla. 20-58 <C3). 
— , mt., Ida. 14-276 (C4). 
— , riv.. Ark. 2-552 (1)2). 



K. A. P. de Portugal 



Mello, duke of 22- 



>f Hilltovni, Scot. 23 



ladder, tieot. 24-418 (C3) j 16. 

■ Caddie '(golf) 4-928c- 

Caddiugton, Beds. 9-424 (IV. 
E3) ; palaeolithic rcmamt 
2-346a. 
CADDIS FLY 4-927b ; 19- 
I i.i ■■■- .. . .., 

16-47 la ; development 13- 
42Ga ; phjlogcny and te- 
lataoncliips 13-434d. 
~WORM4-927b. 
Caddo. Okla. 20-58 (E3), 

" Tex. 26-69) 



-, lake. La. 
(Na>- -" • 



, — , (list. 



17-77 



17-5. 



(AD^ 



Port.W.Ai. 11-204 
22-168C 
PorLW.Af. 11.204 I 



lv.. Ark. 2-552 (E3V 



Ankylofitomiasis. 
wJhl, nit., Arg. 1-9636 
ichi, Nevados de, mt 



.(17);. 

C'achol' 



— MjHa,T 
Caddonfoo 
Cnddon W 

612d. 
Caddy: ne. 



GOO (C-D! 



Caohou do Laval 8-7i7o, 
Cachuea (diet.) 7-7B8e, 
Cacio-cavallo ehoese 15-100, 
Cacique, int., Chil. l-962b. 
Caciquo (tlUe) : see Curaca. 
Cacique Mecbi, Parag. 2-462 

Cackchicruele, jiibe : see Cak- 

chiquel. 
Cacodyl 2- 65 3b. 
— chloride 2- 653 a, 
Caeodylio acid 2-653b. 
Cacodyl oxide 2-652a ; 2-853b. 
Cacooeia Ballieolens ; see Mor- 



Caco: 



; 28-1013&; 



CADENCE 4-9: 

19-75cj steoiif- and wealt 
23-280o. 

— (troubadour) 22-497<L 
Cadenet, Fr. 10-778 <G6J, 
Cadenza : Bee Cadence. 
Caderas, J. J\ 26-BB6a, 
CadercTta, Mcx. 22-7 43a. 

— Jimincz. Mfiv. la-845c 
Wales 4. 



liya, Tort 
■ ■ -' ■■■■■ !<>•.■ .1 ij. 



_ns: seeCagota. 

Cacory, S.Aus. 2-B60 (F51 

Caotaceae (Caotl) '' 



i'5). ( 

Cactus. 



CADE-CALC 



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instructions given on Page I. 



an slang) 22- 
liquid: set 



Cadett, J. 21-5 
Cadge (f alconrj 

CADGER Idiot., 

CADI4-928c: 17-4131); 
21-1990 ; train' " 
— , Grand, in Eg; 



■30 (Fl); 



Jadillac, A. L. lie la M. S-llSc 

18-939c. 
Jadillac, Fr. 10-778 (D5; 



Cadiz, Francis do Bom 

duke of 4-327. 
Cadiz, IU. 14-304 (DG). 
— , Jnd. 14-423 (GS). 
— , Ky. 15-740 (B2). 

CADIZ, P.Is. 4-928d ; 21-392 

CADIZ', Sp. 4-02013 ; 2f 
(B4| ; Cortes 25-5jjd ; 
dockyards B-366c ; naval 






MIUM 4 



reller 



alloys 1- 



; 9-219d. 
6- 82a ; 



6-62 h ; 

— borotungstatj) 8-49b. 

— carbonate 4-93 lb. 

— chloride 4-931a. 

— cvanide 7-6 SOd. 
~ hydro side 4-9 3 la. 

— Iodide 4-!!31a - 

— nitrate 4-9311 

Sardinia 12-54 
Sodium. - cadmium 

— sulphate 4-9 3 la. 

— sulphide 4-931a. 

— yellow 2i-598di 21-599C ; 
4-931a. 



<C4): 2-757o; 5-330a. 
CADMUS OF MILETUS 4- 

931d. 
Cadoc,St28-261d; 12-75c. 
Cadogan, George Henry Cado. 

Ban, 5th earl 4-932b ; 14- 

7S6d. 
— , WILLIAM CADOGAN, 1st 

earI4-931d;B5-a04c;r ' 

nardc20-377d. 



Cadulus 24.300a. 



CAECILIA (zool.)4-9:52d. 



Caecilia Didiu, 



nolla 11 -5 2 6c. 



CAECILIUS OF CALACTE 4- 



CAECINA, AULUS4-934&; 6> 



Caeeubus. (list.. It. 1O-804&. 
Caecum (anat.) 1-664(1 ; 1- 

650b; 14-710H. 
— (mollusc) 11-516; 
Caccus focus J6-941C 
CAEDMON *-934b. 
Caedria, riv., Hard. 15-26 (B4). 
Caodwalla : sec Cadwallawn. 
CaelasculpUn' 



■a (diet.) 
3-586 (D2). ' 



J-108b. 



998d. 

Cadosia, N.Y. 19-596 (E3-4 1 
Cadott, Wis. 28-740 (B4). 
Cadotte, lake, Can. 1-500 (A 



Cadres, loi des 10-795b. 



CADUCOUS 4-932d ; 10-383b. 



CAELIA (Ccglic di Bart), It. 



— Secundus Cur 



Wales 23-7 
■yn, fort, n 



I, Linos. 5-lHSc 

CAERE "(Corvetri), It. 4-93Bd 
'1-26 (C-i-4): history 23 
!3c,4-937_a, 13-8010; loniai 

■498b; temple pillaged 8 

Caerobidi'" 



Cacr 



i, Wales 18-7 



Wales 10-522a. 



26- 086b. 
Caerlavcroek. 
^ 412 (BS). 

c'aehleon' 



■ 937b; 9-428 (V 



Fompey 22-57a; 

26"84a.' 
.SIR JUL 

l-42Gb ; death J 
Julius 7-381a; 1 
Julius 15-397c, 



i (measure) 17-509d. 

; CAFTAN (costume) 4-945c. 
'■ Lyan,kla.21-;,1)3(E6). 
si., P.Is. 21-392 (C6). 

akc,p".Is'.21-39a(Ii2)';21. 

iroV., P.Is. 21-392 (A2-B1 

C-Dl). 

■iv., P.Is. 21-392 (C2) ; 21- 



'i_ (C2). 



CAESAREAN SECTION (mod.) 

caesar'ea palaestina. 



— , gulf, Sard. 15-4 (E5). 
— , proy., Sard. 15-7b ; 15-71). 
- Cagliari MSS. 14-891e. 

i cagliostro.alessandro, 

count. 4-94Gc. 
Cagn (myth.) 19-]28b; 19- 

Cagnas.Fr. 10-778 (RS)". ' 
Cagni. Umbei-Uj21-952b ; route 

21-938 (map). 
CAGNIARD DE LA TOUR, 

3-158c; siren 'l6-64Tb,°25^ 
445d; vaporization27-897d; 
yeast 10-275C. 
Casniardelle (machine) 4-947a. 



195b. 
Caeearobriga^Sp. 23-648(33): I 



i, Sp. 23-641 
un, Fr. : set. '1 



Caer So int. 

4-584' ( 

mams 18- T 5 5. 

Cacruleum :_eee 

logy 10-5 2 2a^ 



ae 7-749,1. 
0-428 (V.'] 



Cacr Wrgan, cum, Wales 16- 

830d. 

Caerwys, Wales 0-428 (V. El); 
Eisteddfod 9-1 37a; Ro- 
man tracos 10-522c 

Caos, isl.. Port. 25-530 (A-B4) : 

Caosalpinia B-749b ; 3-207a : 

bucowood. ' 

— brovifolia 16-332d. 

— cnriarla 8-3321). 

— cchinata 6-705a. 

Caesalpinioideac 16-381a ; 16' 
383c ; llower 16-382a : seec 
16-332d. 



eraity: 



crypts 
ircelainf 

'S9d, lO-ToVd! 



tnopolis), Egy. : 



Caonopolis, Gr. 12-440 (D4). 
Caeneus (leprend) 16- 2 00b. 
Cacnina, It. . 16-2 7 Ob. 

Cacno'lcstcs 17-781b ; 'skull 17- 

Caenomorp'ho, 14-561C ; 14- 

559d(liR.). 
Caonopus21-lTla. 
Caenotlierium 2-(S0Sa. 
Caons, isls., N.G. 19-487 (Gl). 

Cicmrulf : see Ccsliwulf . 
Caeplo, Cn. Serrilius 2-2tld. 
— , QUINTUS SERV1LIUS 

(consul) 4-036d. 
— . 0. Servlllua (quaestor) 24- 

234b. 



(Cesalplno) 

mmrea3 4-93Sa; 19-65c ; 1- 
9Jla ; sexuality In plants 4> 
3()lb. 

iaesar (title) 23-655a. 

-, Gaius l-426b: 16-H31e 
16- 8 lie. 

23-612b ; apotheosis 2-3061 
23-580C, 19-8e ; art fostere' 
23-480d, 23-4841, ll-560b 
BruUi8 4-G9Gd ; calendar 4 
U89d; Catullus' lampooi 

35-lb ; 'cipher I 7-56Sc; l elubi 
abolished 6-505d ; eoin-por 

7-933b : 
185d, 12-4 
8-597b; edi 
Gallic wars 
10-802a ; 



12-6 



i Druldism 
ion23-653c; 
33b, 4-9390, 

„ a and shows 

ll-445d, 19-278a; 



■e 16-261a. 16- 



i of : ; 



: Span 



, CAG&TS, people 4-!)47b. 
" ana, P.I,. l-491d. 
m, mt., P.Is. 21-aa3a. 



3amp (battle, 1793), 

(batt'lo,_ 1900), NaSil 

riv., 0.20-26 (C5). 

erserl5-331b. 

nt, S.C. 25-500 Oil); 



CAESIUM 4-944a ; 6-7 

solubility 1-76 7e. 

— borate 4-944C. 

— bromides 4-944C. 

— carbonate 4-944o. 

— chlorides 4-9140. 

— fluosilicate 4-944C. 

— hydroxide 4-94 4c. 



CAESURA 4-9441 ; 27-1 



orato, duke of Scrmo 

riv., Hraz. 20-746c. 
e, Braz. 4-440(115). 
(diet.) 24-661d. 
31., Pers.Gulf : see Kif 

:io!o. It. 5-732d ; maj 
5-734d, 5-740 (PI. VI. 



— , isl.. Ire. 14-741 (A3). 



|r (hist.) 
sr dc Gervi: 



it 19- 9 18a. 
»-Hl£a;oil4-6I5d. 
list., Br.llond. 4- 

S^14;T44 (E4). 

(C2) ; 
vcrsity 

lua'so'de, dist., Fr. 17-16a. 
sin. list., Fr. : sat- 
in iiut : sec Cahoon nut. 
its, A.(obemist)17-320d. 
ba : see Kahtaba. 
Lpanaa, 1'eni 21-264 (B2). 
^nga, Cal. 17-1 la- 
11a, tribe : see Kawia. 
I.. Cal. : sec Salton Sink, 
lian Meaerve, Cal. 5-8 

.,' David I.eon23-Sllc- 
riv., Braz. 4-440 (B7); 



e 6-619& ; diurcti. 
■ion 8-3250 ; skin, efleet on 



-, JACQUES 4- 
-, Jean Jaenu. 
753b.. 
-, Philippe 4-9 



CAIATIA (Caiazzo), It, 4- 9 48c; 

15-26 (K4). 
Suibarien, Cu. 7-GO0d : 23-81b; 



s. 27-989 (32). 



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instructions given on Page /. 



CADE-CALC 



Caicos 13., W.L 28-544 (C-D2) 

— , passage, W.I. 28-544 (C2) 
C'ftltua, riv., Turk. As. 2-7C 

(D3); 2-75Sa;27-:U(d. 
CAIETAE PORT US, It. 4-948. 



138a; liquid gases 16-745c, 


(1)4) ; 15 


16-7 57a. 




Cailliaud, Frederic 19-697d ; 


Cairna of Co 


18-172b. 


412 om. 


CA1LLIE, RENE AUGUSTE 4- 


Cairn Tabic 


94Sd. 




Caillisb, ml., Scot. 85- 206a. 




Caillou, bav. La. 17-"i4 (C-Di). 




— , isl., La. 17-51 (Dl). 




— . lake, La. 17-54 (C-D4). 




Cailly, riv., IT. 24-.ifc8d. 




Caiman, cape, I'.Is. 21-392 




(133). 


CAIRO, Et 



CAINOZOIC 4 

Caio,"'waics5- 
Caipora, Bra/. 
CAIQUE 4-9SC 

CA IRA (soiie: 



.-.Scot. 26-169(1. 

14-418 (E2 
. 24-418 



CAIRNES, JOHN ELLIOTT 4 



CAIRNS, HUGH"M< 

122b;'l6-164o. 
— , JOHN 4- OS 3a. 



CAIRO, 111. 

(C6) ; 14- 

— , Kj-. 15-7 



tR3-4S3b;6-631d. 






CAISSON DISEASE 4. 



CAKCHIQUEL, 1 



— , harbour, Sp. 25-530 (B4). 
--, pt., Sp. 25-530 (F3). 
Ca.laba.RiUo B-fi29b ; 6-630b. 
CALABAR, Nig. 4-962a ; IS 

— , riy., fe. 19-678 (D5> 

5-1] (I (A3) i 7-510H. 
CALABAR BEAN 4-9«2b; 11 

CaIab&i-ia"l6-S40b. 
Calabarino 4-9U2c ; 4-963a. 
CalabaKi.s, Ariz. 2-144 (C4). 
Calabash, bay, W.I. 15-133 

CALABASH (gourd) 4-963i 
17-877d; pipe 21.633d. 

— nutmeg IS -920c. 

CALABASH TREE 4-963( 
15-flOTc; 22-lGSb. 

Galabogle, Oh.. 20-114 (El). 

Calahozo, C.Am. 5-678 (Esi. 

CALABOZO, Von ess. 4-963i 



CALABRESELLA 4- 96 3c. 
" ' iria, Alphonso, duke of : 
Alphonao II., king of 

liarles, duke of (d. 1328) : 
Charles, duke of Calabria, 
ukedom of 10-936a. 
>ria, udo. dist., It. 4-963d; 



decoration 3-1' 



CALAHORRA,Hp.4-9(i5c:25. 

■-l(Dl). 

r Burn, riy., Soot. 24-41! 

lis, pr. 4-963d; 10-77: 



CALAIS AND ZETES 4-966 
~'-4*6b; 21-346C. 

sia, dist., Fr. 21-576b. 



CALASH (did 
CALASIAO, I 

392 (A4). 
C ALAS 10, fit 



CALATAYUD, S 



CALATIA, It. 



ncs door 7-923d. 
1 (HI); 2Y-:S93b' 



CALAMINE (] 



;■ If 



— <!linopodlura:«ecWil 
CALAMIS (sculptor) 4 

Calamiati'um 25-664d. 



CAITHNESS, c 



CAJAMARCA, 



Caladium 2- 6 11 a. 
Calaemomys B1-3H3C. 
CALAFAT, Rum. 4-964d ; 23' 

826 (A3); 6-496h. 
Cala Figuera, capo, Sp. 20- 

643b. 
Caluguas, Ms., P. Is. 21-395 

CalajTurris, Sp. 4-9S5d. 

CALAH (Nimrad), Turk. As. 4. 
96-ld; 26-305 (El); altai 
from l-759d; burned bj 
Scythians 3-105c ; paintet 



692d. 

ialanil, Pi 
?alanda. 



132)4-9671 
(B4) ; 22 



i-9t!8c; 1B-26 
21-392 <D5); 



CALAVERAS SKULL 4-96Bc ; 

2-347d. 
Calayerito 26-284a ; 12-193d. 
""466 (Cl>. 

fiiiBja.ii.JBi., jr.iB. 21-392 (A2)! 
CALBAYOG, P.Is. 4-968d ; 21- 

— , riy., P.Is. 4-968d. 

CALBE (Kalbe), Uer. 4-96Sd ; 

■ ■■ ■ ■■- if.. ■ 

Alps 26-2. 



. of W 



. _B-627b. 
2-462 (B5); 



oadill.a 7-344d. 



- do P.osan 20-236d. 



n 9-664a; 



i 13- 7 69a. 
,oida 9- 6 60a! 
marchicus 9-6S9b. 



i 10-633c; 10>63ad 
3acl9-109a; 19-105d; 
3 C 'flss,iro 4-397b; 4- 



nidae S-87t 
out 8- 12 8b. 

i.lii)a) 8-127i 
set Eifollai 

8-129a. 

CALCEOLARIA 4-B68d 

!2-64 8c. 






<sus 7-2^« 
lulleus 24-636d. 
■ato-icius 7-236a. 
Bpandua 7-234d. 
..n»<™t™ 7- 2a 6a. 

., Aig. 21.78Kb. 



CALCHAQUI, t 

147d. 
3ALCMAS 

18-813t 



4- 969a ; 6- 
13-63 2c ; 



CALC-CALV 

Calchedon : see Chalcedon. 
Calci, It. iS-9c. 
Caleicole plant 21-704d. 
Calcicolous lichens 16-5SSb, 
Calcifcrous group ll-b70d. 
-sandstono5-310c; 24-4 lies 

li-670c; Cumbraea7-028b; 

Stirlingshire 25- D 2 8a. 
Calcification 20-922 b. 
Calcifuse plant 21-7B4d. 
Calcifugous lichens 16-585b. 
Calcinato, It. 15-4. 
Caleiner ll-3B0a. 
Caleio 10-617d. 
Calcls, Ala. 1-460 (C2). 
Calotte. Colo, 6-723 (B3). 
CALCITE 4-9B9b ; 2-314o S 8- 

m».i . ^lomitoation^S- 



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a 4-1 Calderc-n, Felix Maria Callcja 
ana] del Key: seeCalleja del Key. 
S-l — (general) 6-712&. 



of 6-62 

soil 17-01.>c: i 

857 a, 25-6181. 



JlOd; detcctic 



a garnet : st 
nono disulphon 
3-7560. 



4-971d; 2-314b 
in oceanic deposits 19-976d 
In soil Zl-!65a; polymor 
phism 6-73d : solubilitj 
;%..-, . .-- .i- ■ • ■ I 

""6-1 3 Id 



nidi- 



4-9710 ; 16-693d) 

8tilc; densit 
n ooefneient 



-__-__. Calculi_. . 

CALCUTTA, India 

376 (N8)- "-■■"' 



battle 
;'cqlTe£esl4-384cfcooito 



14-40 6 d, 14-4' 



iall2-745a; schi 



Calcutta Ennlifltman 19-56fia. 
Calcutta Gazette 19-"">- 
Calcuth ' ' * 



56Ga. 



CALD 



trtud 4-727b ; 19 

HewfeiD 8-613d; 21 

LEOPOLD! 



156a. 

\LDI 

Marco Antonii 

1>. C. da. 
Caldas, Francisco 

912c ; 22-81a. 
Caldas, Bra a. 4-44 



— citrate 6-398a. 

— cyanamide 7-879b ; 17- 
61 6c 

3dithionato 7-581b; 7- 
589b. , J 

— ferric garnet : sec Andra- 
dite. 

— ferrite 14-798a. 

— fluoride 4-9 71c. 

— formate 10-669a. 

— hvdride 4-971aj 14-1131). 

— hypochlorite 8-5 2 c 



— oxysulphide 4-972b. 

— phosphates 4-972a ; Clirisfc- 
mas Island deposits 6*294 
concretions of 6-8400 ; e 
cretory product 5-691c; 
Infants' lood 10-611d; 
manure i-396a : inmedlcl 
16-693dj residue of : 
clnerated bone 8-98 Od. 

— phosphide 4-97 2a. 

— pjTogluta-'— *' ™ 

- sulphate 4-972b ; iriteni. 
nse l-149d; in Fortlar 
cement 5-H5la. 

— sulphide 4-972a; 16-756s 



— sulphooyanida 22-5290. 

— thio sulphate 7-57 9 d. 
Calcoblast Z5-T26a. 
Calcoene, riv., N. Bran. 4-440 

(Fl); 4-441a. 
Galoot Bam, Glos. 12-135b. 
Calcott, John Wall : 

Calico tt. 
Calco-uranitB ! see Autunit 
Cale schist 24-328*. 

— silicate hornfels : see LI 
hornfels. 

— sinter 25-1 49d-. 

— tuta : 
CaJculat-^, 
CALCULA1 

„ , „ ™^" .„ ™" n S^44Bo . 
Leibnitz' invention 16-38 8a; 
Poncelet's Integration " 
783o : totalizator 3-82 . 
weighing machine 28-4710. 
See also Integrators. 
Calculation, rule of 11-3083. 



Caledonian Mt., system (geol.) 



24-42 4d ; 
:2-S51a. 
ort 17-SS£ 






— , Bridge of, Mex. 12- 6 44b. 

CALDERON DE LA BARCA. 
Pedro 4-984d ; classical 
drama el 25-5830 ; influence 
on Spanish drama S-5Q8d. 

Calder, Kotten, riv., Scot. 24- 
418(03); 6-5721).. 

24-4lV(C3); e'-5T2bt 
•Water, South, riv., Soot, 
24-418 (1)3); 6-572b. 

C ALDER WOOD, DAVID 4- 
986a. 
-, HENRY 4-986b ; 18-251b. 

Calderwooii, castle, Scot. 4- 

iy.. Climb. 8-412 {I. 

_,,. _ 341b; 7-B24d. 
Caldicot, Monm. 9-120 (III. 

B3> ; 13-357a ; castle 18- 

729c; hundred 18- 7 2 9a. 
— Level, Monm. 8-420 (III. 

B3) ; 18-728a. 
Caldiero, It. ll-192c ; 17-8650. 
Caldon, canal, Staffs. 2S-758b. 
Caldron (geog.) 19-972a ; 11- 



(B2). 

Calenberg, duchy of 

Brunswick-Calenberg 
Calenberger, " 



632c. 
— (vessel) 12-502c. 
jaldrr- v -— »-"" 



Linn, falls. Soot. 15- 

dron process : see Cazt 

dron Snout, falls, Westm. 

6-499C. 

dwell, Robert 2-956a; 3- 

95a ; 26-MSd. 

Tod 19-778b; 19-779a. 



. H. 



21-827d; 
my IB- 



) 14-5 



Caldeira. Fernando 2i 
-"'aldelra, bay, Brai 
(MS). 
- dc Santa Barbara. 



j. Port, 25-330 (A4j. 

i, springs, Az. 3-83 
_4-31d. 

Mor6n 18- 8 Ola. 
_ ...^^ 

.ndcr S. 21-387d 



Caldcu 2-4631). 



Caldwell. Ala. 1-160 (C2). 

— , Ark. 2-553 (E2). 

— , Ida. 14-276 (A4) ; 14-378d. 

— , Kan. 15-054 (E3). 

— , La. 17-54 (Bl). 

— , N.J. 19-502 <A2); 28-555d. 

— , N.Y. : see Lake George, 

— , O. 20^26 (H5). 
— , Tex. 26-690 tt.5). 
— , W.Va. 2B-560 (C4). 
— , York*. 9-412 ((. E3). 

— Co., Ky, 15-740 (Bl) ; «■ 
742d. 

— Co., Mo. 18-608 (B-C2). 

— Co., N.C. 19-772 (A2). 

— Co., Tex. 26-690 (K6). 

— Creek, tiv., Minn. 18-551 
(C-D3). 

Caldy, JsL, Wales 9-128 (Y. 
B4); 26-613dT21-82b;ponu- 

Calo, I] 



Auyssi 
ia 23-1 






reotion 6- 829b; 
5 c ; in Roman 
d; Manor " 



Jewish 

lntrodu' 

daean iv-aaio; 

Indiansl-81Ga;Me 

334b, 18-330c; Nepal eras 
i-. . Ipi.i -. 



; reform of 



10-193a, 27-1 

Book 22-261L, -. 

4-99 lb ; Roman 23-6 58 d, li- 
es? c, 23- 658d. Seealsolti 
Month, Week, Year, E 
&c. and proper names 

Calendario, Filippo' 10-148 



» Benealoaicwm 



27-9'.— 
Caleiularlun 

960d. 
CalendaH-a 

22 

iHum Rotulorttm Patei 
22-96 no. 

Veitftiun 



-, Tenn. 26-620 (G2). 
-, cape, Green. 12-543 
(B2-C1). 

- City, Miss. 18-600 (C2>. 
-Co., Ala. 1-460 (D2I. 
-Co., Ark. 2-552 (C4). 
-Co., Fla. 10-S40 (Al); 10- 

510 (DO). 

- Co., Ga. 11-752 (B4). 
-Co., Ia. 14-732 <C2). 

- Co., 111. 14-S04 (Bl). 
-Co., Mich. 18-372 (E.F7>- 

- Co., Miss. 18-600 (C3). 

— Co., S.C. 25-500 (D3). 

— Co., Tex. 26-690 (L7). 

— Co., W.Va. 28-509 (B3). 

— Falls, S.C. 25-500 (B2J. 
CALI, Colom. 5-3a; 6-701 

(A4) ; 4-752a ; population 

6-j oca. 

-, Sp. 25-530 (K-F2). 

-, riv., Colom. 5-3a. 
Cahaeh, point. Scot. 24-412 

(B3). 
Caliari, Benedetto 20-966a. 
— , Carlo 20-966a. 
— , Gaoriele 20-966a- 
— , Paolo ; see Paul Veronese. 
Calibogue, sound, S.C. 25-500 

CALIBRATION 5-3ai l-882b. 
Calibre B-3a. 
Cnliealicus 28- 1010a. 
Calioan tsars 24-234tL 
Caliche 24-H4b; 17-616b. 
Calleliroma moschata : set 

Musk-Deetle. 
Calloiaeeae 16- 5 85a. 

- bush 13-654C. 
Callcophyllum candldissimum; 

see Dagame. 

Calicoblasts 2-1 02a. 

CALICUT, India 5-6c ; 14-382 
(F14) : 27-9 2 5a ; Portu- 
guese in 14-404c, ll-433d s 
Zamorin 6-619d. 1-S99u. 

— , riv., India 19-7011). 



Calends 4-988d ; 21-850. 
Calend)ila : see Marigold. 

— mnltiflora maxima 17-718d. 

— oillel nails meteor 13-7 66b. 

— proliferal7-718d. 
Calenig S-357b. 
CALENUS, QUINTUS FUPIUS 



Caleotto, It, 16-353o. 
Calephells cacnius 



il3dT21-82b;ponu- 



1B-I76a 
tnl OeiogloUon 8-186d. 



Caliente, Cal. 5-8 (D4). 
— , Nev. 5-8 (F3). 
Calif: see Caliph. 
Califon, N.J. 19-502 (C2). 
California, Ia. 14-732 (B3). 

-, Ky. 15-710 (D2). 

- Mo. 18-608 (D3). 

-, O. 20-26 (L7); 6-371rL 

-, Pa. 21-106 (B-C5). 

-, bay, La. 17-54 (Bl). 

-, guff, Mex. 18-318 (B1-C2) ', 
18-3190 ; 19-974b ; pearl- 



CALDER, Scot. 4-9 8 4b. 
— , East, Scot. 4-9841>. 
— , Mill, Scot. 24-418 (D-E3) 

4-984b ; 8-94 5 d. 
— , West, Scot, 24-118 (D3) 



MO MACHINES 4 

■5d ; Babbaae's 3- 



., Yorks. 28-B311). 



-, riv.! Oiunb. 9-412 (I. B4) 
7-624d. 
- riv . Lanes, and Yorks. 16- 
139 (Dl); 28-933 (Al) ; * 
584 fc4V 16.138b. 
-. riv.. Scot, 25- 6 4 6o. 

' " ' (B3). 

Jib. 

2-402 (B2); 7- 

ChU. 6-i60b ; 6-15Ja. 
— , crawr, Can.Is. 20-643C. 
Caldera (term) 28-187a ; 7- 

381b. 
Calderai del Contrappes . 5. 

307d; 15-49a. „ 

Calder and Hebblo, canal, York 

28-932o. 
Calderari, Giovanni Maria 22- 

102a. 
Cnlderas, mt,, Alps 1-1 
Alpsl-7"" 



■ iLtl ■ ■ ■ ■ !■■■-. 



Calet 



9-847b;l-8_„ 
„ 4-986d ; 7- 8 5 Oh. 
: Ala. 1-460 (D3). 



' Creek, i riv.,"Ala."l-'40'o (D3). 
Caledfryn (poet) 5-649b. 
CALEDON, S.Af. 4-986d; 25- 

166 (D9) j 5-232c. 

■, Ire. 14-711 (E2) ; 87-550b. 

-,bay, 8.AUS. 2-960 (F2) ; 

25-493a. 

, riv., Cape Col. 4-9S7a; 25- 



4-987a. 
CALEDONIA 4-B87a; 24-430a. 
'--" ■ 19-831 (B2). 



"\LED 



[. A4). 



8-933 



■broolc. Lanes. 
"(A3). 

Calder Grove, Yorks. 28-933 
(C2). 

Caldena, nuuu ^» u _ , 

Calderun, Eatehanea aB-585d. 



«■ . .i 

— , D.Clli. 12-675 (D2). 
— , III. 14-304 (Dl). 
— , Ind. 14-422 (C6). 
— , Mich 18-372 (E7). 
— , Minn. 18-550 (F7). 
— t Miss. 18-600 JD2J. 
— , Mo. 18-608 (F4). 
— , N.Dak. 19-780 (G.H21 
— , N.Y. 19-590 (C3>. 
— , O. 20-20 <D3). 
— , Pa. 21-106 (F3). 
— , Wis. 28-740 (F6). 






0G4a. 



— , park, Pa. 5- 82 2 a, 

— Co., Vt. 19-4D0 (C3-D2). 
CALEDONIAN CANAL, ' 

4-9870 ; 24-412 (C3). 

— Curling Club, Re— 1 ' 

— Forest, Soot. * 
768a. 

— Hunt, Royal 19-950. 
Caledonian Mercury 19 -5 65 a. 



<C3). 

loyal 7-815 
12-8920 ; 



AMBROGIO 
l', Ala. 1-460 (C2). ^ 



j, Cal. 5-8 (F5). 
mat.) 4-1004c ■■•- 
.) 4-1004O ;_ 

JT8-604C, 



1004c ; l-942d. 

,04o j 5- e " J ■ 

calf -skin 
lip 8-601c, 15-37 7a. 
.F, THE GOLDEN 4-1004c; 
■ 15-3260. 



l-12c. 



6-242 



s 8-51 So. 
- 13b- 
isl., Lot M- 9-412 



CALIFORNIA, s 



, U.S. I 



in 

Calfelsen, 

Jalthili, Jo 
Calf -louse 
-:alf of Ma_, 

&.4S. ! 

L 7a]f-Bkin H 



D4). 
Calgacus : sec Galgacus. 
CALGARY, Can. 4-1004d I 

500 (B2) ; l-500c. 
—.bay, Scot. 24-412(B3). 
Callian, Colo. 6-722 (F2). 
Calheta, Az. 3-83 (2). 
— , Mad.Is. 17-281 (map) : 17- 



andS-S38c, 27-697d ; st 
6-943d. 
Calhoun, Ala. 1-460 (C3). 



— , Ky. 15-740 (A3). 
— , La. 17-54 (Bl). 
— , Mo. 18-608 (C3k 



7a ; 5-8 (map) : 5-2 
agriculture 5-lld, 13-67 
climate 5-8d, 27-632o ; c 



fauna and flora 6-9d, 27- 

l-420c; geology 27-631d! 
27-629a ; gold output 12- 
191c, 5-13a, 27-6416; gov- 
ernment 5-15o ; governors, 
listof5-20b; history 5-16c, 



Kantsdisputea5-19d,4-l 
luor laws 16-7670 :lun 
trade 10-G59U : mine 
and mining 6-665d, 18-1 



—.LOWER, Max. B-21o; 18- 
318(B1-C2). 

— , UNIVERSITY OF 5-32b j 
1-81 7 d. 

— , val, Cal. 27-623d. 

"California" (cruiser) 24-911b. 

California Academy, San Fran- 
cisco l-817d. 

— Antigua : see California, 

— Baja ;" see California, Lower. 

— back-eye S-llb. 

(H3-2)'. 



, Tex. 26-6' 



- Crlckei 



__ __ 7-44BS. 

Debris Commission 5-1 3d. 
— House, W.Va. 28-560d. 



Cttlifornisn poppy 22-9 Id ; 13- 
767a. 

— quail 22-709a; l-120a ; 5- 

— vulture 2B- 221 d. 

— woodpecker 28-80 3a. 
California Park, plateau, Colo. 

6-722 (CI). 
Californitel5-123d. 
Caliga 7-:f36a ; li-391c. 



(1-10); 15-G42a; 6-ilSb ; 
ll-4.i-.id. 
CALIPASH anil CALIPEE 5- 



CALIXTUS, CEORG S-otd 

26-292(1; 5-08c ; 7-311b. 
Calkin*, Gary N. 28-770c ; 22 



SS4d. 
CaU, The (ne 
CiiUa. O. 20- 



jar) 5-S5a; 
vspaper) 19-572C. 



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instructions given on Page I. 

CALLAKOER, Soot. 



CALC-CALV 



Callande, V 
Callao, Mo. 
CALLAO, I 



mines 27-991c 
allapooca Croc 
20-21H (Bl). 

20-212 (B-C3). 






k, riv., Oreg. 

er see Kala- 

-264 (C-3). 

.. ■.. ... 

b'. 

i, Bulg. 23-618 (E2). 



, JOHN WALL 5 



nlled Back (Con war) 7-09C. 
ailcjon do Huavlas, ravine, 
Peru : see Buaylas. Callejor 

allenbcrg, Get. fl-614b. 

allendar, James Livingstone 
(1st ear IV 16-7 30d. 

-, James Livingstone (4th 
earl| : see Linlithgow. 

-. Hugh L. 5-65o ; con 
d action of heat 8-893a ; 
eclipse. (1905) 8-S91a ; os- 
cillograph 20-347d ; short- 
hand method 24-1012c; 
solutions 25-374,1, 25-3760 : 
steam engine 25-825a, 2S- 
829a ; thermometer 26- 



Callensburg, J 'a, 



n!3-l 



■100 (C- 
" Caller Herrin " (song) 12- 

Callernish, Scot. 21-412 (Bl) : 

16-S25d. 
Callcrj-, Pa. 21-108 (HI). 
Callet, Francois (mathomati- 

oian) 26-3 Sib : 16-S74d. 
Calleva Atrebatum, Bante. : 

see Silchester. 
Callcwatta, tit., N.S.W. : net 

Calloy, John (engineer) 19- 

475d; 25-819d. 
Calliagh Birra's house. Ire. B5- 

964d. 
Cailianira 7-593b. 
Calllaquia, W.I. 28-541 (F2). 
Callias (Athenian, 6th cent. 

B.r.) 12-477d. 
— (Athenian, 5th cent. R.c.) 

5-56d. See also Callias, 



• (Athen 



, 4th c 
t) i-lb. 






of Chalci 

CALL IAS AND HIPPONICUS 

(Athenian far " ' " -" 
13-M01b. 
Callias. peace of 
d; 7-951 



CALLIMACHUS 



5-57a; 12- 
d ; Apollonlus 
3a ; hyiniisl4- 

Calliniachus (polernarch) 17' 

CALLIMACHUS (wiilptor) 6- 

57a; 20-176c; 9-735d. 
Callimome regius 11-425H. 



Callington, Corn. 9-4: 
D2); 7-180d. 
Jlfnioum (Callinikus 



(architect) 12- 49 2d. 
Callinlcus, Gr.: battle (171 b.c 

21-187e. 
CALLINUS (poet) 5-57b ; li 

'"0o. 

ceteris 6-2 4 2a. 

jnymidao 26-545d. 

CALLIOPE (muso) 5-57o ; 11 

00a; 20-328a. 
Calliope, Li. 14-732 (Al). 

■■ Calliope " (ship) 24-544d. 

Callipers 5-3c; 7-373d (il'g.). 
Calliphora : see Blow-fly. 
Callipolis, It, : set Gallipoli. 
Callippidae, tribe 24-5200. 
Callipteridium 20-533C. 
Ualllpteris 20-533c : 21-177o 
"-Uipygos; see "Venus Ce 

LLIRRHOE (d. Achelous) 



iitt»19-919d. 
mn.S.U. 25-500 (B2>. 
>to, Artemis 2-G64c. 
tte, isl., Aeg.S. : s. 

itop'hua chinensis (ho 
CALLISTHENES (philosophe 



CALLISTO (n 
istooliltoi 



th.)5-57d; 20- 

d. 

i-250b; 6-249 d. 



CALLISTRATUS (grna 



l-592a ; l-593b 
ph'ira 16-477d 



Callitrlche 22 -:lc. 
Callitds21-782a; 20-51 

— Eeissii24-!37a. 

— sinensis 84-137a. 
Callixtus. popes : see C. 
Callo, plain, Ec. S-918d. 
Callocardial6-123a. 
Calloeardlidael6-123a. 



lallula 26-3fl4a. 
Jallum, glen, Scot. 4-87( 
Calluna: see Llng(bot.) 
" " sl2-371d; 13-742i 



Louis (phj- 
Theodore 15- 
ANTOINE 



CALMET, 

Eustin5-59a; 11-1 40o. 
ilmettc, Albert : fermenta- 
tion mould 25-703a ; nla«ui 
20-77Sa; tubcrenhn test 20- 



Andrea 2-23a. 



CALNE, Wilts. 5-591) ; 



'dendron ( 
Caloglossa 1-t 



Nicobar pigeon. 
Gr.'l2-124(C2). 



:ius 18-15 

2-306d. 

Calomopityeae 80-53 

Calomyscusl2-907d; 23-442b. 

Calonomincae 19-1 OSd ; 19- 

109a. 

CALONNE, CHARLES ALEX- 

andrs de 5-0«a ; 10-Snlo. 
rn.lnnna.ti. P. Is. 21-:!92 (ES). 

, Fia. 10. 

.._. _. ...d. 

Calooshatehte group 21-S47d. 

loptiyllura 10. 
iSa; 4-lS7b 
s 17.273b. 



■ i n< 

ME5); lO-540d. 






•.. Fr. 10-778 (C3). 



— Co., Tex. 26-690 (H3), 



J . (phyfiicist) 14-502C 
i. Ire. 14-711 (Dl); IS- 
d. 

., Ire. 14-744 (E2) ; 2- 



o of (: 



B-57a; 



ts., Gr. 12-440 

I. 

dls de S-29Sa. 



— ainesl2-167b. 

— tragopyrani 12-lB7d. 
Callhrraphr : Bee Writinc 
CaJUroaclii (family) 23-836 



ngineer) 14-103a. 
e. 83-648 [G3). 



Calloo, Belg. 3-6R8 (Dl). 
Callophis 25-291d; 23-17 
Ca]lophyl]isl-592b; 1-50 
CallorhinUB ursina : see. C 

Callorhynchiis 24-5 9 8b. 
Callosa de Ensairia, Sp 

530 (E3). 
Callosa] gyrus 4- 3 9 7b. 



; 11 -3 34b. 

iis4-397b. 



JACQUES 5-51 



CALLOVIAN GROUP (Kella- 



:e Ited-ti 



*f Kocky Monn- 

,8-470a;S-470b, 

409d. 

1. 15-4. (E4); 15- 

8-207d ; 5-12"- 

_*CE5-60b. 

aJoiele (Calor) riv., It. : 

c 13-1380. 

Caloriel3-137b; 27-7 10a ; 

Calorific Inteneity ll-275d. 
— wool S-292b. 
CALOR IMETBY 5-60d ; 

lS-fio9d ; eleotr 

5-G4d; liquid gs 

: a 11 -3 3 4c. 



pit lightship, Hants. 
' Com. 0-430 {VI. 



CALTAGIRONE, Sic 



Caltun Cemetery, Edinburgh 

8-a:i9c. 
CALTROP (diet.) 5-69b. 
- ' rareni. Bum. 23-826 (B2). 
LLiiLure, fort, i'r. 17-175ri. 
CALDRE-ET-CUIRE, Fr. B- 

lo, Ang. 6-923 (A 5). 

.net, Ala. 1-460 (B2). 

— , La. 17-51 (a7). 

"tich. 18-372 (B2) ; 16- 



— , isl. 22-724 (A3); 
—.lake. 111. 6-1180. 



Jlich. 18-372d ; 18-539 
— Co., Wis. 88-740 (ffii). 
CaJmnetyillc, W is. 28-7 40 
CALUMPIT, P.Is. 5- 69c ; 



57c (plan). 
— de Ariba, Sp. 24-57e (plar 
CALVART, DENIS S-69d. 
Calvary, Os. 11-152 (B5). 



CALvfe', EMMA 5- 



6 (II. B3), 
B^1011c, U 26-254a. 



16-754d. 

Uost< 
Calot ( 



Calotropis gfgnn 



Calpe, Sp. (E.) 25-530 (F3). 
— , Sp. IS.) : see Gibraltar. 
Calpe (tribute) 6-420b. 
Calpee, India : see Knlpi, 
Cslpella, Cal. 5-8 (B3). 
Calpulalpan, Mes. 26-1034a. 

— de peenniis repetundis, le 

23-635(1 : 21-G52C. 
CALPURNIUS, TITUS (Slci 



(III. E5); 85-35 



CALVE RLE Y, 



CALVERT, CHARLES S-70c. 
-, Edward 5-70c; 14-322a. 
-, Frederick (artist) S-TOc. 
-.FREDERICK CRACE 
(chemiet) 5-7Uc ; 23-936b. 
-, SIR HARRY 6-7 lie. 
-, Leonard 17- 8 3 la, 
ilvei-t, Md. 17-828 (Gl). 
-, Pa. 21-100 (13). 
-, Tes. 26-690 (L5). 
-, isl.. Can. 4-600 (C3). 
-, isl., "Pao.O.* see Maioelab. 
-, lake, Vict, 28-38 (El). 
-City, Ky. 15-740 (B2). 
-Co.,Md. 17-82S (F4-S). 
alverton. Backs. 9-420 (III. 



94)5-440b, 19-3. 



CALVI, Cc 

— (Cales) 

Ca'lvUlo', Mcx. 1-4S7 

Calvin. Gerard 6-71 

— , JOHN 5-71a,; 

26-255b ; Bibliej 

3-859a; cateohisi 



CALV-CAMP 

church polity 22-287a; 



1, III. 14-304 (DS), 
i. 17-54 (B2>. 
.Dak. 19-7S0IF1). 



Calvinia Florins 

Lomv, H. v. 
Calvinism 5-76a: amuum 

co n tro vorsy 8-1 36 d, 25- 1 38a; 

7-J98d ; in England 9-5370 ; 
Francis ot Sale's crusade 10- 
910c; heresy persecuted 13- 
3610 ; Orthodox Eastern 
Church 17-9 a a 






1 oh arches. 



CALVIN1STIC METHODISTS 

5-7IM ; 28-2810 ; 18-293o. 
Calvin sandstone 27-G31U. 
Calvinus, Gaiua Sestius 24- 

101b. 
~, Gnaeus Domltius 23-5950. 
CALVISIUS, SETHUS 5-780. 
CALVO, CARLOS S-7Sd. 
"-' t.,It.(MonteGargano) 



ll-400a. 



It. (Perugia) 12- 

us Macor : 
3 Scipio: 



Cahv, Erlafried, count o[ : 

Erlafried. 
CALW(Kalw}Ger.5-78d; 3 

808 (134). 
Calx plumb, dulcis 18-31Bh. 
Calycadnus (Geuk Su), ri 

Asia II. 2-700 <F4) J 2-758 



Calyculus : ace Epicalyi. 
Cab-don (mjtti.) S-79a. 
CALYDON, Gr, 6.79a ; 12-140 



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instructions given on Page I. 

riv., Eng. 9-424 (IV. 



. (Camlin), riv., Ire. 2-56 lc 
-, riv., Tas. 26-439a. 
im (engin.) 17-1004a; « 
540a. 
_ams, Swits. 28-242 (G4). 
CAMACHO, JUAN FRAN 
5-790 ; 2S-5600. 
■ ■ '^■'"■-•■(open 



'Cami 



., Ire. 12-120a. 



Cam i 



Pucrl 



. Trini 



air,-- - - 

Camaliieu. lo (antinue gem); 

see Grand cameo do France. 
Carnal eu gris 14- 3 19a. 
" jLil2-587a. 

,ajore. It. 15-4 (C3). 

.ak.Ga. 11-752 (D2). 

(lama Lagoon, Fr.Cong. : see. 

Nkomi Lagoon. 
Camaldoli, mt,. It, 15-4 (B6) ; 

15-50 : 5-791. 
□AMALDULIANS 5-79d. 
~ imaleon. int.. New Mex. 19- 

520 (E3). 
Camf — — 

Ca 
Carm 



ulodunum. 



21-264 (C5). 
■■■ "Tales, 
inty. 
i2 (G3). 

ii. y '28-354 



roao de 22-162d. 
im : see. Cambrai, 
c Lobos, Mad.Is. : 



Camarasa, Sp. 25-530 <F2). 
Camarat. oapc, Fr. 27-904( 
Camares, Fr. 10-778 {F6). 
Camaret,Fr,25-963d. 
CAMARGO, MARIE ANNE 



ria), delta and dist., 
80b; 10-77S(G6>. 
'..6-8 "-■• 



CAMARINA, Slo. f 



CAMBAY, GULF OF, India f 



.state, India 5-81 
,mbe (Caccubo), N. 



■Sid. 



(I. C2). 



5-428a 

.9-412 

illanue : see Camber- 

CAMBER S-82a ; bridge 4- 

507b. 
Camber, castlo, Sua. 23-949d. 

6-942 (B3) 



CAMBERWELL, Lond. 
16-938 (C4-3). 
imberwell, Melbourne 18- 
90d. 
unhessedes, J. 24-9c 



Camblaya, riv., BoL 4-1G' 
(B4); 4-1091). 

Cambfetes 17-157d. 

Cambo, riv., Ana. 6-923 <R5>. 

CAMBODIA (Stog Ehmet 
Combodge or Kambuja) 5 
82d; 14-408 (E5) ; 14-490b 
language 2- 7 5 4b ; Siames 



iv., Fr.I.C. : see Mekong. 



]ambo-les- Bains, Fr. 3-4931). 
lambon, Jules Martin 5-85b 

10-89 7 d. 
-, PIERRE JOSEPH 5-84C. 
-, PIERRE PAUL 5-85b. 



CAMBORNE (Caml 



Fou 



Com. 5-85CJ 9-' 

;eology 7-1801 

21-100 (K3). 

■t de Cambrai.' 



Calydoniua, gulf, G 

(C2). 
Calymene 2-299d ; 

25-111)0 : 27-2830. 
-~ ashes : see Ilonlli 
- Blumenbaehl 2T 



^alym 



20-'J37d 1 

.,n ashes. 
519b. 



, isL, Acg.S. 2-700 

(B4> ; 25-734b ; coins If 
8380 ; inscriptions 14-028; 

Calypogcia 4- 7 04c 

CALYPSO (myth.) 5-79a. 

" Calypso " (submarine) 24 



921b. 
Calyptoblaatea 1 



14- 

budding 14-139b ! 



s 6-622d; 
Calsptospora Goopportiana 



CAM (Cao), DICGO 5-79b. 
Cam, Glos. 9-420 (HI. C3). 
— . tohe^Ile. 2-561C 



arines, pro v., P. Is. 21-392 

13-4). 

aroes, bay, W.Af. 5-lIOc 

arones, Arg. 2-462 (C5). 

lay, Arg. 2-462 (C5). 

iv., Chil. 2-462 (E5) ; 6 



.prairie, Ida. 14-2760. 
Creek, riv.. Ida. (Fremont 
Co.) 14-270 <C-D3);14-276b. 
— Creek, riv., Ida. (trib. ol 
" dade) 14-276 (B4). 



(B4). 
:amata, riv., Bol. 4-167 (A2), 
tanatares, Johajines 12-523a. 
:a Man, 1Y.I.C. 14-498 (n7). 
- Mau (Cambodia), capo, Fr. 

I.C. 14-408 (D7). 
-Mau, penin., Fr.I.C, 6-620b. 
fcmaaro 22-81d. 
:amastli. Feast of 18-3348. 



Leoni. 

ce: 

3e§ 

Cambadeno; Media 31-210d. 
Cambala 18-4 7 2b, 
Cambalachc, P.R. 22-124 (Al). 
Cambalidae 18-4 7 2b. 
Cambalidue, mts., Elam 9- 

CAMBALUC, China S-81b ; see 

l*ers. : see Bandei 



Abbasi 



roldes 20-585d. 



Camba._. . _ 
387(1 («».)! : 
— pelluoidus 



. Wz.); 

585d. 



Chine* 
4i0d; 



mineral ofty p 
(7th cent.) 8-t 



buildings 28 -843d. 

■b: Uniixr*ilu? 

• a; 27-770o; 



>ods, academ 
ulaea.il found 
James II. 19- 

,- 9-607b; 1 

5-94o, 7-11.9d; 



CAMBYSES 5-9 



s l-429d ; dcathplace «• 
lc; Egyptian policy 9- 
I; Palestine 15-385c| 
erdis 25-2 S 3a. 
~ :eag, mt., Boot. 24-418 

riv., Ire. 14-744 

Wales 9-428 

(V. 1)3). 

CAMDEN, CHARLES PRATT, 

1st eari 5-1 00b ; 7-782di 
27-671c; 9-548b. 
-, JOHN JEFFREYS PRATT, 
n_a — . ,„j u "oarquesa 



(CI). 
a (D3)!' 



2nd carl a 
5-lOOd. 



5-101a ; 



5-443o t 

of Elizabeth 7-25Bb[ 

15- 50 2b. 

Camden, Ala. 1-460 (B4). 
-, Ark. 2-552 (Ci). 
-, DeL 17-82S (H2>. 
— , 111. 14-304 (133). 
-, Ind. 14-122 (E3). 
-, Me. 17-434 (04). 
"'-'- 18-372 (F8). 



t-i Miss. 18-6 1 .. . 
— , Mo. 18-608 (1 



i^' 



j Col. (East London.) 



14- 2 70 (A3), 
4-!i04_(B2|. 



niversity J 



297d: ur 

yard University. 
CAMBRIDGE, Md. 5-96aj 17 

828 (G3). 
— , Me. 17-434 (C3). 
— , Minn. 18-850 ID5). 
— , Neb. 19-324 (Dl). 
— , N.Y. 19-590(02). 
-— , N.Z. 19-624 <E2). 
CAMBRIDGE, O. 5-97aj 20 

20 <G4). 
— , Pa. 21-106 (117). 
— , Vt. 19-490 (H2), 
— , Wis. 28-740 (DO). 
— , bay, Aret. 21-938 (B2). 
— , gulf, Austr. 2-960 (1J2) j 2- 

942a. 
— , IsL, Chile 2-102 i 

143c. 



■, N.C. 19-772 (Fl). 
;AMDEN, N.J. 5-101d: 19- 

502 (B4) ; battle (1T80) !• 

844c. 
— , N.S.W. 19-538 (G5). 



_'a. 21-100 (E7). 
CAMDEN, S.C5-102a; 25-5C0 
(D3): battle (1780) 5-102D, 



■ Co., Ga. 11-752 (E5). 
Co., Mo. 18-608 (D3). 
Co., N.C "™ 



Kent (Chislehurat) 



CAMBRAI, 

"1) ' 

i-4i. 

-jmmuno 6-790d j Franks 
6-163a, 6-557a, .ll-36aj 
league (1508) 15-40d, 27- 
1007c 9-793b ; restored to 
Spain (1668) 1-450& ; treaty 
(1529) 15-41b. 

_jmbray, N.Mos. 19-520 (C5). 

Cambray- Digny, Luigi Gu- 
glielmo, count 15-62c 

Ct&nbray Hemttty 5-623c. 

•^ambre, Sp. 25-530 (Al). 
-, Bois de la, forest, Jielg. 25- 
3-151. 

Cawbremer, Fr. 10-778 (Es). 

'"' imbronsis, Giraldus : sec 
Giraldus Cambrensis, 
unbrosis, dist,, Fr. 5-86b. 
tmhria, Cal. S-S (C4). 
Ind. 14-422 (Dl). 



■85d; 10-773 

, ic 19-41 3u 

17b; chronicle 3-212d 



-, Va. 2 



86h; 

911b: petroleum localiti 

21-31 So. 
CAMBRIC 5 -89 b. 
CAMBRIDGE, EARLS AND 

dukes of 3 -89b. 
— , Adolphua Froderiok, dnk< 

otS-SSd;,— J " """■ 



■ ' ii-. 






arles, duk 



12-925b ; 
Wuliam ITederick 



tue 16-'J43a. 
earl of : 
arto{_Can 

i. '5-90d ; 
. uai; »-584(I)5); 
■ccupatlon 7-803i 
eo!ogv5-98a; gtl 



„_ City, Ind. 14-422 

(G5). 
am bridge Clergy 

School 28-538a. 

7-410a; phospli 
470(1. 

ambridffC Junction, Vt. 19- 
490 (B2). 
Cambridge Local Esaminat: 

10 -4 la. 
Cambridge Modern History IS- 
c ""l; 1-lOOc. 

idgo Philosophical f 
r : see. Phdosophli 
Bt.T of Cambridge. 

PLATONISTS 
S~" ' 



— Society 5-101d; 7-482aj 
19-320c ; amalgamation 9- 
587a; publicatic" " "" J 



, Hants. 22-132 



riv.! Com. 9-430 (VL C2) i 



Africa l-331d; 



9-828b ; 7-621b ; 



!r 23-46 7 c. 
ven. The 18- 

CAMBRIDGESHIRE, CO., Eng 

- —4 (iv. r"» ■ 

11-2810, 
Cambridgeahire Handicap 13- 



Cam 



im bridge Town, Berks. 24- 
139d. 

brils, Sp. 25-530 (F2). 

briol, Kfd. 27-95 6c 



i 12-S44d : ( 



..___., eomte 1" 

■945c. 

Cambium, mts., Gr. 

■41S"(B2)i 



45d,9-12b; FezzaniO-308a: 
fossilspecies27-490d; Khor- 
asan species 21-191d ; lon- 
gevity 16-076a; milk 7-T38a; 
mulo camels 2- 7 5 9a; natur- 
alisation l-119b; needle 
proverb, origin 4-920d j 
rumen l-6G7d i skeleton 2- 
697b (fig.). 
Camel anoum (papal crown) 

Daniel, Battle of the (656) 1- 
659a ; 5-25d : 2-2860. 

CAMELF0RD, THOMAS PITT. 
1st baron 5-103O ; 7-70d. 
-, Thomas Pitt, 2nd baron 5- 

imciford, Corn. 9-430 (VI, 
C3> ; battle (823) 8-133d ; 
church 7-183hJ disfran- 
chised 7-182c. 

Camel-hair pencil 20-4581. 

Camel Hnr ' T " 



nolidno 27-4 



2-2071- 



0-4 6a. 






17d. 



24-1361. 

iv. Snnt.. a5-926d. 
Scot, S 

1U3). 

than, Scot 



10-5620. 

Camelllaceao 20-551d. 
CamelUa Sasancma : ee 

— Tlioa : see Tea-plant. 
Camellus, George Jose 



....nclon, Scot. 24-418 (D3-2) J 
4-584 <Bl); Eomr- ""' : ™ 



Camelopardalis 18*5 65d. 



Comelopo 

7-13d; 

Camelope 



Butte, mt., N.Dak. 

>ass, Erzerum : see 

■a l-96d. 

937d; 28-13bi 26- 

u: trismus I see Baa- 
is 27-4973. 



To make full use of this Index It Is essential to read the 
Instructions given on Page 1. 

UColo._G.rsa Camouflot (siego-mlne) 10- 
Camowon, riv.. Ire. 14-74 4 



CALV-CAMP 



-lad; 19-GOa 
leo, Colo. 6-J 



207b; incest cases 14 -353d. 

2l-502h ; celcstiS P Bhot< 
graphy 21-52Sb. 
— LUC1DA 5-104b. 



— , JOACHIM(seho 



— -, RUDOLF JAKOB 5-108a 

4-rinui. 

Camcrarius (papal official) : se< 
Apostolic chain herlain. 

— (state ollldal) 5-S19d. 

Camera, tombe a 6-57Ib. 

Camcrcra Mayor 27-802d. 

Cameriiieic, Marca, dlst.. It 
17-600d. 

C A MERINO It. 5-10Sa; 15-1 
(D3) ; 25-805d : 4-248d 
alio. Cameriniim 15-2D (D.I) 
Frond) annexation 15-471i : 
university 15-17H, 27-7G2b. 



15-1 



Jta, It. 36-242 (OS), 
inghi Palace, Venice 2- 

luso, Castel, fort, Aus. 

n (clan) 14-721o; 24- 



406b. 



s(pliy 



oOJh • : 
— , Donald (ofLochlel) 5-109 
— .D.Y. '(painter) 9-30Gb; ■ 

— . SIR EWEN (of Loctnel) ! 

109c; 28-I72d. 
— . George Frederick 5-16fib. 

12-7 6Bd. ' ""-" 



Sid. 



Donal i 



) 12- 



— , JOHN (thi 
— , John (irat 
— .John Ale.? 



Cameron, «a. 11-752 (E3>. 
—,111.14-304 (HIS). 
— , La. 17-54 (A4). 
— , Mo. 18-608 (B2>. 
— .N.O. 19-773 <C2). 
— . Neb. 18-324 (E4). 
— .N.Y. 19-596(03). 
— , N.2. 19-524 (E2). 



-, Pa. 21-1116 (F3). 

-, S.C. 25-5(111 (D3), 

-, Tex. 26-1190 (L5>. 

-, W.Va. 28-5G0 (C2). 

-.Wis. 28-740 (B3). 

-, cape, Hond. 5-678 (D3). 

- Bay, GAL 2B-39TC. 

- Bridge, Soot. t0-3S0o. 



CAMERONIANS B-109U : 24- 

452o; 24-463a. 
Cameronites 5-108c; 18-293b. 
Carireron-Swan, Donald 22- 

CAMEROON <Kamerun),W.Af . 



at., W.Af. 5-110 (A3); ! 
Od; l-321b; ascents 1 
3a, 15-474aj geology 1 

iv.| W.Af. 6-110 (A4); ! 

eriita, It. 15=4 (K5-1). 

erton,Som.9-43o"(VI.H? 
eta, Braz. 4-440 (P2>. 
exa, China : .we Kanelim 
Felt, ridge, Yorks. 9-412 



ip, Cojuille van 24 



,(P1>- 



„ Ark. 2-5; 

— , Ofcla. 20-08 ,„«„ 

— , bay, tiib. 11-938 (map). 

CAMPG-I2(lc; Roman4-oS5ta 

Camps, tribe : see And 

Cauijuagna, B. 8-503d. 

CAMPAONA DI ROMA, plain 
It* B-121a; 15-4 (Dfl : 5 
122d ; geology i6-2G9a 
government 16-27 2b, 25- 
S05d ; . malaria 16-273a, 23- 



^6-168(115). 
s. 21-392 (B2). 



iv., P.Is. 5-113h. 

11a (o£ Tuscany) 18-37d. 

Camilla, Ga. 11-752 (Bl). 

llo Renato 25-320e. 

llus (myth.) 4-916d. 

CAMILL US, M AR CUS FUR 1 US 

S-113bj array reforms 23- 

471d, 2-594d: Gallic war 

23-02 3 ti, 4- 19 6a. 
CamiUus, X.V. 19-596 (D2). 
CAMILLUS (antiq.) 6*1 13c: 

23-57Sb. 

itiiii, Maud 13-370d. 

minaijo, bay. La. 17-54 (cS). 

ininha, Vort. 25-530 <A2). 

mino, Cal. 5-8 (C3). 

mino do Santiago, El 24- 

192 a. 

minis, Rhode? 23-258d ; 23- 

li-SBSa, 21.7S2e ; coins 19- 
3S8d; Ionian ware 12-47(10. 
. mieade (diet.) 5-113C, 
CAMISARDS5-113c; 13-867b, 
"liite : see Florentines, 
sia : see Alb. 
in, riy., Ire. 14-744 (D3) ; 



Cammidge, P. (physician) 27. 



l, Ire. 14-744 (FA). 
ilo ; see Chamomile, 
ca, Yul, It. 15-4 (C2) ; 
; l-741o; iron and 
?orka 17- 7 2 a. 



CAMPAIGN (diet.) 
Campaign Creek, i 

26 (F7). 
Campaign ot the b: 



ipamita medium calrcan- 
icma 13-767b. 
rbelica4-771e. 
ipunculus ; see Eampion, 
otundilolia : see Harebell. 



hig-elasa. 
Campannlaccao 10-5 72b. 
Campauularia 14-153d. 

Companularldae 14-'lfl3d. 
Cauipanua (of Novara) 1- 
Campanus agev l-385b ; 



Cam; 



..mpbell (fan 

eai'ls and dukes 



zoul.) 11-5220. 









t., Coloi 

r battle (1280) 



Henrietta 5-1 21b. 



rs. 2-462 (E3); 2. 
>ulation 4- 7 5 2c. 
e 2-462 (AG) j 6- 

311) 3-6870. 
Irotta (tomb) 27' 

, i«L, Peru 21- 

. Sp. 25-530 (C3) : 

i3-ISld. 

". 2-462 (C4) J 1. 

ia, It, 5-1 23a ; 16- 



CAMPANI -ALIM 



CAMPANILE 6-1 



NIS, MAT- 



27-1 



l 23-61 Ob J 1 



., , pua5-295a. 

ipanoloiry : see Bell. 

Carapanozzi, Dr (ItaL strike- 
leader) 15-S2a. 
CAMPANULA 5-I27a ; 13- 
769a; alpine l-754a ; dis- 
"i ll-256c; 



gersal 



.c ; frail 



:e 10-558d. 



rnoudie(Bnftko)12-6' 



~ (of Glenorehy) 15-796d j 4- 

—.Alexander: in Darien 7- 

832o. 
—.ALEXANDER (diyino) 5- 



W. (physioloRist) 4-410c. 
SATRI6E STELLA (Ml - 

■ ' " ■ - " 17c 



Campbell, Castle, Si 
mannan) S-389e. 

— CaUege. Ire. 3-Si 

— (»lle«e, Xan. 27 

— Co., Sa. 11-752 1 

— Co., Kj-. 15-740 

— Co., S.Dak. 25 : 5 

— Co" Va. 28-11 



1(0-1)3). 



— Creek, lir., S.liak^ 26-50? 
(F31. 

— Hill, 111. 14-304 (C6). 

— Port, Bur, 4-S40 (A6) ; 1- 
955c. 

Campbollpur, India 14-376 



ibcll Kand, dlst,. Cape 
pass, N.Mex. 19- 



Camp'bc 

S2IKL.,. 
Carnpbcllsbiirg, Ind, 14-422 

— , Ky". 15-140 (C2). 
Oampbelleport, V-ia. 28-740 

Campb'ell-StokoB sunebine fe- 
corder 26- 1 06a. 



fibellsviUc, 



6-8890. 



-, BEATRICE STELLA 
Patrick Campbell) " "" 
-, Mrs Cameron 3-1 ■ 
-,Capt»: Euplu-atei 



Clj-dc, Colin Campbell, 

— , Colin (architect) 2-420c. 

— , Sir Colin (of Loch Awe) 8- 
ti82d. 

— , Colin (of Lochow) 14-718b. 

— , Sir Duncan (of Locli Awe) 
8-682d. 

— , Sir F. J. 4-67<L 

— , GEORGE (tbeoloeian) 6- 
127c;23-236d. 

— , Sir Georgo 10-lG7d. 

— , Georgo W. (Amer. poli- 
tician) 7-76Sc. 

— , Sir James (of Invertied) 14- 
729b. 

— .Jamea (of Kintyre) 2- 

— .Sir James (of Lawcs) 10- 

— , James (statesman) 21-590c 
— , John (Journalist) 19-566d. 
— , John (soldier) 17-569a. 
— , JOHN (Scot, author) 5- 

12Sa;27-672d. 
— , Rev. John (traveller) 3- 

606a; 12-607a ; 20-148b. 
T '" ' ' ' icr. judge) 6- 



-, John A 



-.JOHN CAMPBELL, baron 
5-12Sb; 12-9451). 
— , JOHN FRANCIS (Gaelic 



— , J. it : cheese - 
-, LEWIS 5-130c; 



-, O. S. (lawn-tennis player) 

16-303d. 
-.Mrs Patrick: see Campbell, 

Beatrice Stella. 
-, REGINALD JOHN 5-I30d. 
-.THOMAS (poet) 5-130di 



. ...a; 12-81 

-, Sir T. C. 2" 



543b, 



:h 26- 2 03d. 
am l-844c ; io-BiHn. 
— , W. J. (of Belfast) 3-664b. 
Wallace 17-762a; 



, Ark. 2-552 (C2). 
-, Cal. 5-8 (Ii3). 
-, Cape CoL 23-468 <F7) : 12- 

eriBd. 

-, Fla. 10-540 (VZ). 
-, Minn. 18-550 (A4). 
-, Mo. 18-608 (A5). 
-, Neb. 19-324 (F4). 
-, Okla. 20-58 (F2). 
-.Tex. 26-690 (D7). 



20- 4 3 7b. 

-, lake, Cat 

-, lake, Mich. IS- 
--' Nfd, 19-4i u icsi. 
, Anstr. 2-980 (Dt). 
. . . i..... |. 

CAMPBELL • BANNERMAN, 
" "rary 5-131q? 9-582d ; 



JaiTipbellton, . „-,„„ 

(Bl);19-405c. 
-, Ga. 11-752 (H2). 
Campbell town, N.S.W. 19-538 

(G5). 
-, N.C, : eee Fayetteville. 
-(Bluff), N.Z. 19-H24 (B7) ( 



— , Tas. 26-438 (Bl). 



«"•», 



lamp Caribou, He. 17-434 

<B3). 
-Centre, fort l.'».. ■ — 

Riley, iort. 



— Crawford, „.„ ._. . „.„ 
Mcintosh, fort. 

— Creek, riv.. 111. (trib. Car- 
roll Cr.) 14-304 (Bl). 

— Creek, riv.. Ill, (trib. Ed- 
wards riv.) 14-304 (B2), 

— Creek, riv., Hl.VMcDonough] 
14-304 (B3). ' 

— Creek, riv., Ind. (Jennings) 
14-422 (F7). 

— Creek, riv., Ind. (White riv.) 
14-422 (E6). 

Creek, riv., O. 20-26 (D7). 
'~ ' 'v., Oreg, (Baker) 



-Creek, ■ 



, Oreg. (Crook) 



6 (M6). 
;, Fr. 18- 



5- 134a. 
wnpeador, El : eee Cld, The. 

B Decile, Jose 24-1 51b. 
PECHE.Mex. 5-134b ; 18- 
318 (H4). 
AMPECHE, state, Mei. 5- 

134a; 1S-318 (H4). 
-, Gulf of, Mci. 18-318 (G3). 

-, Gianbaptista 5-134c. 
-, LORENZO 5-134c. 
iampegins (Fr, doctor) : se« 

Champier, Symphorion. 
lampello, Count Enrico di 20- 

68a. 
-, Marie Dfisiree Eugenie J, 

G„ countess of 4- 19 6b. 
anipephagidae : eee Cater- 



13a ; palaoontclogy 20- 



581b. 
'amperdown, 



14-T8EC, 



t, battle (17971 8- 
of : tee Duncan 



Caroperio, BL 7-TOaa. 



CAMP-CANO 



Camperoolle jonquil 19- 2 3 9a. 
Campcro, Nareiao 4-lT6d, 



Camphane 21 
CAMPHAUS: 



OTTO VON 



-, W1LHELM 5-135b 



28-650d 



r idso 



common, and Buriieol. 

— , artificial : gee. Pinonc hy- 
drochloride. 

—, common 5-13>d; 14-349b. 

— of cubebs 7-6Gia. 

Camp horn 18-565(1. 

Camphoric acid 26-Oiilb. 

Camp lioro nic acid 26-65 lb. 

Camphor jade 15-123C. 



CAMPHORS 5-135b: see 

Camphor. 
CAMPHUYSEN, DIRK I 



a. 2S-530 (C4_). 
mi. 23-826 (B2). 
Iraz. 20- 7 5 9c. 



Campina (fowl) 22-21. lo. 
CAMPING OUT 6-136d. 



CAMPION, EDMUND B-136d ; 

17-896a; 19-3d. 
— , THOMAS S-137b; 9-620H. 
Campion (bot.) 5-440a ; calyx 



CAMP 1ST HON, 



Canipo, Cal. 5. 
— , Camer. 5-1 
— , Sp. 25-530 



M GAL- 

, 21-302 



Al);S-llId. 

1). 

lenio) 26-242 

Campo) 26- 

110(A4); 5- 

., Switz. 26- 



— , Passo di, paas, It. : see For- 

colliua, Passo della. 
— , Val di, Switz. 26-2427F4). 
CAMPO AMOR Y CAMPO - 

osorio, Ramon de 5-138b; 

2S-586C. 
CAMPOBASSO.lt. 5-138d; 15- 

4 (E4) ; 15-7a. 
Campobcllo, Bras. 4-440 (FB). 



Campo Bianco, tnt., It. : 



Camjjocolofrn 



To make full use of this ladex it is essential to rearf toe 
instructions given on Page i, 

Campo do Boja, Port. : see 



— • do Cartagena, El, plali 
Campodoidae 2-233o. 



' a il?jfl7pf 0B0 
da S-2(lld. 






Braz. 



<G3): 20-766b! 
— Ligure, It. 15-4 (B2>. 



■n- 



27-2440. 



-104b : 

i, Alps 26-245 

Campo Maior, Braz. 4-44C 
<H3>; 21-57.11). 

— Maior, Port. 25-530 (B3) : 
3-771b. 

CAMPOMANES, PEDRO RQ. 
drigunz, Conde de 5-139a. 

— f uWopilosus 18-499b. 



CAMPOS, ARSENI0 
tines de5-139b. 

— , Julio 2-471d. 

— . Pedro Barba d 

CAMPOS, Braz. 5' 
(17). 

— , rip. 25-530 (G3). 



Maria 5-735b. 



mily) 20- 

isano. It. 15-4 (CB). 

■ Santo, cemetery, It. 

i) 6-554d ; 5-660h. 

to, N.It., battle (174:<) 

is" Notob, Braz. 4-440 

ia Salles, Manoel Ferraz 



242 (K4) ; l-744e. 



, Alps : 



t, III. 14-304 (A3). 



Chow 



, China : 



— „, — , _.5-232d. 

r — ., Scot. 25-92 8b. 

-Fells, dist,, Scot. 24-418 
<C2) ; eeoloey 25-928a ; 24- 
415a; 24.417c. 
-Linn, waterfall, Scot. 24- 

412 (E3). 
lampsores 3-335a. 

" .1-4(10 (Bi: 



lamp Sprii 

(D4). 
lamp -stool 1 

392 (DI). 



Md. 17-8! 



nn. Gfl.. 11-752 (C2). 



imp tone ma 13-233d. 

imptonvx 11 -5 26a! 
imptopteris 20-5441). 
imptopylelO-639b. 
imptollivls 1-S86« 
uj.ptown, N.J. : 

-, Pa. 21-106 (K2). 



e Irving* 



i. S-139d ; 

> {HZ). 

is (Roman official) 16- 

. Guat. 12- 6 62 a. 

Mail 21-636b: 8-21 
ns (Chan J " 



586 (Bl) ; 
ib ; 18-258 



dV Macs 



479b; 18-258b. 

- Salinarum Romanan 
ma rnh.es. It. lB-271a. 

- Seelcratus, Rome 27-10: 

- Stollatlmie. plain, It. : 



Campverc, port, 
Campville, Com: 



Osmpylaspidae 17-458d. 
Campylite 1B-4951>. 
Campy lop terns 13-887h. 



.ampy us, 
498 {V6). 



(LI). 
CAMUS 

'- • i . 
— , CHARLES 



E.Af. 25-466 
GASTON 
ETIENNE 



-.FRANCOIS JOSEPH DES 
5- 140b. 
-, Jean Pierre ll-130c ; 13- 

-DE 'MEZIERES, NICOLAS 



muy, P.R. 22-124 (Al). 
myille, Gerard de 16-711C. 
mwood 24-137a ; l-323b : 



140b. 
— ,_Va. 28: 



18 (B4). 
|26-507b. 
j. 19-465 (CI). 



— , Mo. 18- 
— , N.H. 19. 
— , N.Y. 19. 



■490 (C-U4). 
SOU (CI). 
SO (D2). 



— , riv.. Can. 19-465 (CI). 
— , Euat, Conn. 6-D52 (Bl). 
— , .South, Conn. 6-952 (B21. 
Cnnaan group (geol.) B7-o30c. 
Canaanito Janguago 20-606d 

21-450b. 
CANAANITES (people) 5-1 



,'ond. 



14 (C4). 



(people) 5-14i 
lake, Me. 1 



— Valley, Conn. 6-952 (CI). 
Canabua, Nicholas 7-802b. 
Canace (ornlthol.) 12-6 3 Sa. 
Canace. (tragedy) 14- 90 7 a, 
Canace canadensis ; see. Spruce- 
partridge. 
CANACHUS 5-U2b ; 8-207d. 

CANADA' 5 -142b; 5-161] 
(map); army 2-6 16(1 foil., 17- 
792a, 27-587a ; Church 5- 
•"■ ~ lOd, IB-""' 



; 5-1460 ; 



3 18- 

vright law's 

md flora 5- 

16-561d ; 



la 19-565d. 21. 



with United 



1 07 a, 19-9 
law 6-802c. ; 



liquor ( 
liquor 



JI-. i ■ 
Sunday ol 



apple exportii-262d;butte 
export 7-758c; cheese 7 
759a; cotton 7-278d, 7 



«20o; sbippiug 24^877oi 






2S-lI3b; 

United Kinedon 
statistics 27-602a . 
I States 27- 6 4 5a. 
Education 5-151c: 5- 
eollege fraternitiea 
a; Stracban's worli 
5b; umversities 27- 



522c ; Ordoyii 



5-140c,19-269a; 
general 5- 185b ; ! 
douald 17-2110; 



il, Ijeonardo 6-Illa. 

CANAL 5-lGSb; irvieat-ou 
S41d. 
-, alimentary, anal, &o. 1 



•j), N.It. ; 

il. 

ie 25-567b : 



acquisition 9-546d, 27-67 
Canadian works on 5-16 

255b, 9-573(1; 



(1774) 
... i 

ich ee.. 

C70d; Wolsole; 



hellion (1837) 17-21 lii 

":.., _: _:_:; urs. 

id French eettlemcn 



— ol the sun god 3-100d. 
i Canal ring (in New York) 

: Canals, Antoni 2H-590a. 



I Population, 5-148c ; 11- 



Vinchester, O. 20-26 



bay, Nfd. 19-479 < 
N.Y. 19-596 (F2). 



. CANANDAIGUA, N.Y. S-172t 
19-598 (Oil). 
— , lake, N.Y*. 19-596 (C3) ; 5 
172a; 19-596a. 

!i, Mes. 18-318 (CI). 



Quobec, iirov.. ( 
-, Upper, proy., 

Ontaiio, prov., I 
'anada balsam 3 



CrSquy and Lesdiguierea. 
Canaque : see Kanaka. 
Canar, Ec. 8-911 (B3). 
— , proy., Ec. 8-911 (B3) ; S- 

Canara, North, India ; sec 
a, North. 
, India : me Kanara, 

Canard, Nicholas Francois 7- 



— Land Com 

Company. 

Canadarago, 1 

Canada Tern; 



>J.Y. 19-596 
2B Act: s 
ee Canada 



indbank. 



os, archip., Cu. 7-595 
e, N.Y. 19-596 (13). 



ieasis, Pa. 21-106 (M3). 
lian, Okla. 20-58 (F2). 
es.26-690 (B2). 
v., Okla. 20-58 (F2) ; 26- 
I (B2); 20-58a; in Now 



347b; 25-531d; Gua 



230d; ! 



Co., Okla. S 
group (geol.) 20- 
c, Can.'(Toronto)!- 



., Gr. 12- 
40 (FS>. 



5-lH3c; M-SSSe: 24-1 
-Paoillc railway l-501c 

60Ob; 20-3B»a; cont 

tion5-160d 5-162b,17-585c; 



Canbelego, N.S.W 
Canberra, N.8.\ 
19 -5 40b. 



5- 15 6c. 

- Shield (geol.) S-142d. 

— ship canal, N.Alil. 12-3 



. Mirrn. 18-550 (A 6). 
t CANCALE, port, Fr. 5-174d ; 
10-778 (D3). 
— , Rochera de, rocks, Fr. S- 
174d. 



CANCELLI (archil.) 5.175a; 

6-S26C 
Cancelio, It. 15-4 (C6); 5-124a. 
Cancellous bone 6-961d. 
Jancellus tanneri 17 -4 3 id. 
CANCER, LUIS 5-1 7 5a. 
CANCER (disease) 5- 17 3a ; 20- 

382d ; 20-932 (PI. IV., figs. 



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CAMP-CANO 



cells 
pilals 
i-iyiij; inausuriai condi- 
ms causing 20-921a; Elan- 
ilar infection 27-371d ; 
testinall-35a; kidney 15- 

n;;ue27-8d; treatment 26- 
9b, lB-862d, 28-8H8d ; 
ems 12-7660, 27-481d. 
■e also Malignant tumour, 



He search Fund: s 



CANCRIN, FRANZ L.UDWIG 



., Mes. 18-313(13); 

iettain) 15-510C 
;tliiopian queen) 1- 
778d: 9-84 6o. 

enri 'do la Valette, 

Manuel 21-37 Sa. 
int., Peru 18-81 3d. 



CAND1A (Herakleion), Crete 
S-177d; 7-418 (C])i 7-419.1; 
a-size court 7-420d ; Hiece 
(98!)) 19-fi47d; siege (1869) 
7-!27b, 3-586c; taken by 



CANDIDATE (diet.) 5-178a 
Candidate, The (Gray) : 



3.24-225(82). 
16-653d ; 
16-676c, 

_ rites 11- 

332c; symbolism 16-676C! 
las 9-46 3d. 
- berry : see Wax-tree. 



i, is)., rac.O. 25-486 
(H9). 
CANDLEMAS (tel.) 5- 17 9b ; 



12-325d ; heredity 13-353d ; 
115b ; plant-conception 18- 
-, AUGUSTIN PYRAHE DE 



Candra Jha : see Chandra 

Candy, Coy. : sec Knndy. 
"a. 11-752 (C2). 

v (weight) 2B-ifllb. 

Candy ba, Asia M. 17-152a. . 
CANDYTUFT 5-181a;i3-770e, 
, Elizabeth Bridget : see 



181c; 7-113 (Dl); 7-4 



Caneadea, N.Y. 19- ; 



(C2). 



96 (B3). 

-560(B4). 
■a. ii-<o2 (CI). 
08 (F5). 
. riv., Ala. 1-460 

., Mo. 18-608 (F5). 
It., N.C. 19-772 

'., N. and S.C. 25- 

v., Tenn. 26-620 

CANE -FENCING 5-18 

P.R. 



(Bl). 
mella alba : 



;Indieh 



e Cinr 



. 14-8H7b. 
lanelones, Urug. 2-462 (E3). 
-.dent., Urug. 2-162 (A7 an 
E3) ; 27-806C. 



1009i 

CaneRIver.N.C. 19-772 (B-C4). 
Cane-rush 4-305c. 
Canestrini, O. Z4-7+7c. 
Cane-sugar ; see Sugar ; cane- 

CANES VENATICI (astron.) B- 



.II. do M., maroj 
;hil." 2-462 (B4); 



era 21-264 (B4) ; 21- 



:ano Valley, Ky. 1 



-°S), C 



— Creek, 
(G2). 



Okla. 20-58 (El). 



. Tenn. 26-620 



laney shale (geol.) 27-631b. 
luncyyille, Ky. 15-740 (B3). 
Janlanaro, Aus. 3-4 (C4). 
Canfield, Ark. 2-552 (B4). 
— , O. 20-26 (12) ; 28-y.ilb. 
" ■ Ess. 9-424 (IV. C3). 
2-488d; 25-112d. 



airfield it* 



.""..I. 28-701b'. 
Canfrajic, Sp. 25-5; 



(El) ; 13- 
10-778 (D6). 



5-182 
Ca.ngaii 



ARGUELLES, JOSE 



pain (Ponte' 

c/lngas de or 



go. Paras. 2-462 (E2). 



) 5-220i 
eg. 6-923 



, Ilond. B-6J( 



CANGUE 5-1 

(I-Kl). ' 



Canicosa, Sp. 25-530 (D2). 
Canieul, Switz, 26-242 (G3). 

■370e ; ' 17-527C 

;strv 5-376b; gc< 

9-6 6 4a ; ta 



lotflcfl 

gland 17-522C 



a 11-5 17a. 
dole, isl., Aus. 3-4 (D4). 
eou, int., Fr. 22-08Ed ; 22' 
8b. 

lee, Sp. 25-530 [D4). 
m, lake. Can. 4-60O (E3), 
" 7-596b. 



Tanlne piroplasmosis 2B-13b. 
- tooth 26-502b ; 17-523a. 
3ANINI, GIOVANNI AGNOLO 



hS-367b(flg.). 

ie.e Sir [us. 

: see Dusky jackal. 



mthual5-107a. 



— COT9ae27-414d; 25-140. 



. : see Procyon. 

772b. 

8-772b. 

ills: see Timbi 

see Indian 



- piotus 19- 2 5 4b. 

-rutilans: see. Adjag. 
-simensis5-371c. 

- thons : see Crab-eating fc 
jaekaff ' *" arlp e a 

- velos : see Kit-fox. 



sins College, K.Y. 4-755a. 
sp, glen, Scot. 26-170b. 
nt,, Scot. 24-412 (Dl) 
■ 169e; geology 27-621] 



ay, Fr. 10-778 (D3). 



CAN IZ A RES, JOSE DE 5' 



i, N.Mos. 19-520 (Dl). 



Cannier,' Ky ."15-740 (C3). 
Canmore, Malcolm r see Mai 



•iNM. 19-470 (C-D2). 



t 2-640d ; food-n 



^nnabis indica 13-263c ; 

264a ■ in dysinenom 
12-7 65a, 19 -2 39c. 
- sativa : see Hemp. 
:-804b. 



intrat (festivity 12-4020. 



C ANN AN ORE 



Cure 



ll 6-5' 



nd. 14-422 (D7). 
Kv. 15-740 (ES). 
15-359b 



■ 15-7 



..„ 560d. 

Cannebon, Ind. 14-422 (D9). 
— , Pa. 21-106 (A4). 
— . W.Va. 28-560 (B3). 
Cannclyille, O. 20-26 (F-G5). 
Cannero. It. 26-242 (F4). 
CANNES, Fr. S-18ib ; 10-77 

(H6). 
— Bayou, riy.. La. 17- 
Canneto, It. (Lipari 

64Sc 



(B3). 



7-507d. 

-'-, plateau. Colors'- 7*22 (C3)." 
Cannibal (diet.) 5-ssrid. 
CANNIBALISM 6-184c ; 11. 

331 rl; Africa 1-3 2 7a : An 

drophagi 1-97P " - ' 



■s 19-3450 ; 

:8SC. 

ot. 24-112 



IjKiependoncc 27- 



457b, 27-4; 
ance 9-9:'" 
8-295d ; 



(E-F3). 
-, port, India 14-376 (X8)i 

27-491d. 
winning [food) 10-G12d. 
Cannmg College, Lucknow 17- 

ngton, Som. 9-430 (VI. 

it., Pom. 25- 3 9 Ob. 

lie Town, London 16-938 

); 16-942 CK2) j 22-89b. 

shin, lake. La. 17-54 

)- 

IZZARO_, STAN1SLAO 

3-757d; 



'. B. 19-022c ; 19-924C. 
on, Conn. 6-952 (B5). 
y., Jlinn. 18-560 (F.6) ; 



CANNON (lii 
use 2-685™ 



2-724b ; hand 



3160 ; Siegeeraftl0-707d. 
— (biUiards) 3-935C. 
Cannon Ball, riv., N.Dak. 19- 

780 (C3>. 
CANNON BALL TREE 



— ball tree (Leoy 



.W. 19-533 
ilodactyla 2- 



B-37S 



ninf-ham 



Cannon-spar 4-960d. 

_^(fcfeSdIj-smi 

— Street Eailnay .Station^ 

London 25-*67i\ 
Cannonyille. Utah 27-811 (B5). 



lopb- 



i t; ■ 



Cannouchee, riv., Ga. 11-71 

(KM). 
Cann quarry, Dey. 8-132d. 

5-189a; 11-808 (Bl). ' 
CaraiutiuB, Tubllus : see Ca 

irtiiia, I'ublius. 
CANO, ALONZO 5-189b ; 2 

498a. 
— , Juan Sebastian UeT 11-626 

17- 3 03 d. 
—, MELCHIOR 5-1890 ; 1 

Ca'fio.lk, C.R. 5-6T8 (D-K6) 
— , mt. Capo Vec.Is. 5-21 

(map) : 5- 25 5b, 
— , riv.. Bol. 4-167 (AS). 
Oafio (diet.) i-r88b. 



CAIMO-CAPR 

Canoas, riv., Braz. 4-4*0 <B6) 
Canoblas.mt., N.S.W. 19-538(1 



:2 (Fl). 



., Mas. 



861b; 



CANOE (host) 5-ISae ; 24- 

"""■ ■ Atbapaseausl-SUd; 

■ 9-769d;_ Fucgian 

an Indian 14-169a." ' 
«e.r Paper birch. 

a. 21-106 (II -12). 



:erlar 2-338d ; 



eek. Pi 



-G5BI 



106 (Fu J 
Pa. 21-1 



Canole (Candles): seel 

Sir Richard. 
Canou. IIan S 20-512d. 



— . Pau 



0-7 70a. 



Cftiiun (music) 5-1S) (Hi 
forms 7-l'in; eon; 
14-183e, 13-520c ; 
puzzle canons 17-80 

— (Roman L,w)"23-1 
57 4b. 



t canon 3-872b, 3-8 

Teslamont He 

m3-81Ud, 13-170b. 



CANONESS5-1' 



Canonic 
Cauonici 



iiuent) 17' 

trailleuse. 
1-412 (E4) ; 



: see Hours., 
in cbiof) 19- 
io (J. Napier): 



AposH 



, ■■■ 



3-?25e; betrothal 28-78Sb 
bigamy 3-S21b; dispensa^ 
tion in, » Dispensation : 
divoroe8-338a;ecclesrastica 
lawB-867b; False Decretals 
7-9 1 fie; growth 20-fi98b : 
heresy 13.360(1, 14-58Sd : 
Mahommedun lara 17-*15b : 
marriage 17-754a: sacrilege 



129d 



Horbonne 25-13 Od ; 
y observance 26-95b : 
n under 2S-783b. 
ills, diit., Edinburgh 

if Ptolemy : set Pto- 
Claudiusl'tolemaeus). 
urg. Pa. 21-10a (B5); 

of BanU : see Vaeil, 

3 Of. 

ill Hippd/ytas : see 
the Holy Apottles : 



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■ CANTERBURY (Dim 



' (battleship) 24- 



Canopus, Decri 
16-481c. 



CANOSA, It. B- 



>-203d. 8c, 
It. 5-204a 



CANOVAS DEL CASTILLO, 
Antonio 5-20(ih ; admmis- 
trations 25-553d, 25-560b, 
25-5G1C, 25-5«ld; literary 

Canowindra, N.S.W. 19-538 

(E3). 
Cauo r Masaa, Leopoldo 25- 

5Sfib. 
CAN ROBERT, FRANCOIS 



II II del) rand 25- 



Canso (die 
Canstadt I 
Canstein, _,_. . . 

63!lh; 3-906a; 11: 

etituto 3-eOtSa. 
CANT, ANDREW 5-2(11 
CANT (diet.) 5-207c ; I 
Canta, Peru 16-689b. 



uzeno, John, 1 
«™ John 



VI. or \' 
S3-M2b. 



=:&£&.__ 

CANTACUZINO (Cant.acuzen. 

Cantacuzene) 5-208a ; 5. 

209d. 
CANTAGALLO, Braz. 5-208b 
CANTAL, dept., IT. 5-20Sb 

10-778 (FS). 
— , int., Fr. 10-77S (F5) ; 5- 

l-847d 



l cheese"? 



ibede, Pert. 25-530 IJ 
■ 28-491b; Egypt 
A 17-5 09d ; T 



CANTARINI, S1MONE 5-208d 
Cantaro : see Kantar. 
CANTATA 5-iJ09a ; 25-406b. 



3-428a 



— , ANT IOCH (diplomatist) S 

209d; 23-ai7a. 
— , CONSTANTINE S- Suite. 
— . DEMETRIUS (of Moldavia 



lfiafc 



at. Jos 



21-2 



,It.27-10lBd, 

CANTERBURV, CHARLES 

Marmora- Sutton, 1st viacounl 

5-2H9d. 
— , John Henry James Man- 

ners-Sutton, 3rd viscount 

17- 2 08a. 
Canterbury, Can. 19-465 (B2). 
— , Conn. 8-853 (G3). 



— Cathedral 5-210b ; 



lulling 27-959d. 



9-G29b ; climate 19- 

rcated iirovii.ee 19- 

eology i2-782c; tec 

ohools 19-020C. 



; -13-7070; 10' 



— College, Osf 

Church. Orfi 

— Kalloi: 



>x[ord 28-8G6c; 16. 



6fid; 12-782c. 



408 b. 
T tale (diet.; 



ot Uoltbrlg : battle 



CANTHARIDES . 



Omtharidoidea 



is (drinking-cup) : xe, 
is, pert, Gr. 21-58d 



CANTICLES 5-2 



13b ; 3-8G4b 

:b. 

a; 3-885a. 



CANTILEVER (< 



i, Sp. 25-5;i0 (B-Ci). 



>.fauiial 6-185d ; 

-1.80b; 6-lSla; 
10-402b; Indus 
i„ 25-104b; llai 



■-. 15-740 (B2h 

iss. 17-ssa (J 



CANTON, N.Y. 5-220e ; : 

(El). 
CANTON, O. 5-220d; 



— , isl., Pac 
21-4aSb. 
CANTON 



r, Georg 10-7a8b. 
17-3S0a. 

ris (ar-cL.) 6-2B0d. 
liecefj 17-87 lb. 
ill. III. 14-304 (C4). 



Cai.U-il, Ia.l4-7S2(K4). 
CANTU, CESARE 5-22lb. 
Cautu, It. 16-ariSii. 

Cantuniayo, Peru21-2H4 <G'i). 



10 Oo ; aehoola 
ark) 5-953d ; 
'Denmark) 5- 



iaiiute, Okla. 2 
iaiiuts Layard 
27-S40C. 



— back duek 21-87 2b ; 4- 

CANVASS (pollt.) 5-223C ; 22- 

CanTasiiing (book trade) 22- 

CanVas'tablo 20- 2 4 (Id. 
CJanvey, isl.. Ess. 9-124 (IV. 
D3): 16-912 ((12); 16-949d. 



ai5-223c; 9-nSla.. 





But to,' m 


t., Ariz. 2 




(D2) 








City 


6-72"0d 


Vi'i (E3) 


2- 






-242 (G3) 




- Co.", 


Ida. 14- 76 (A4): 


14- 


277b 








-Cree 


i, riv., A 


iz. 2-544 (C3) 



Caiif.a, It, 15-i (El). 
Canzo, It. 26-242 (Go). 
CANZONE 5-224a ; 17-295b. 
Canzoncri, i'rancesco lS-762d. 
CS(\, Dioso : see Cam, I)io»o. 
Caoch O'Clnaln (poet) 5-635o. 
Caoi-le, It. 27-10ff2o. 
Oao-Soral, nit., Fr.I.C. 14-4SS 



pUl.ha 19-167d. 
8 (1(4). 
l-i!92 (B-C7). 

3-415b; judicial 



3-409d. 
■accio. It! 15-4 



27-991a. 
:apalti. Cardinal 27-94Sa. 
ilpana, Braz. 4-440 (03). 



17- 



Itapay, Cal. 5. 
3apbiNst.OD, Fi 
^apdoill, Pon 



4 (B-C3); 

«la, It. 15-1 

i. 14-744 (D3). 
2-12i-)d. 
lie?,. 2-236d. 
^z.27-!)89(Al). 



(lape C 
5-22Wa ; 



!-497d. 
(B3). 
1. 5-225c : 



- barn-owl i.0-5 1 



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Cnp^ Barren, isl., Tas. 26-438 



lPE BRETON, i 



• , 25-m&.\, W-i 



■„ 25-4V9c, 25- 



Cap Flancaia, Hai. : 
JRAVE.JOHNB- 



,ABY ACTION S 



iTRANO, GIOVANNI Dl 



(Iladriai 



CANO-CAPR 

Cappadox, riv., Asia M. : s 



aWeRONNIER, CLAUDE 5- 

i Il',"'-" S - a ~°" 



.PELL A, MART I ANUS MIN' 



:APHICORNUS 5-29( 
933l>; 2-788b; 7-1! 

i/S-HIFOLIACEAE 5 



Oaprina 16-133d ; 7-118& 
Capclniciae 16-1234. 



CAPR-CARL 

aprino. It. (Lombardy) 26- 
242 (G5). 

-,It.(VenetIa)15-4(C2). 
aprinnla 16- 12 3d. 
APHIVI DE CAPREHA DE 



CAPRONNIEH. JEAN BAF 

tlstn5-292a; 12-llOd. 
Caprotina, Junn 15-StiOli. 

— (f0S9ll)7-415d; 16-123d. 

— Kalk : gee 3ch ratten kalk. 
Ct.fr/cke, lielg. 3-SG8 (CI). 
Caprylic acid 30 -44a; 15 



Capsaicin (Capsacutin) 5-292a; 

5-5M9b. 
Cap St Ignace, Can. 22-721 

(C3). 
Capsaii. Gr. (Cythera) 7-T<Wd. 



Capaici tructm 5-5S90. 
CAPSICUM i 5-292a ; 5- 



?e Tod 



"EX,,, 



Jl: seeCaloritK 

lael3-2SIa, 

>indle 28-81 5». 

rAN 5-2!)2b. 

le: gee Turret lathe. 

ck (physicist) f "" 

far arteries 2-G~67c. 
ULE (a; ■ " " 
t 15-1S3. 



6-88] 
t_-299b. 
i293h ; 



ryophyti" 



27-799 



. . i) 18-5 3 3a, 

Captacula 24-29«c. 
CAPTAIN S-293b; 20-16d; ii 

fantrj- 14-5H2b; naval 1! 

" Captain " (ship) l-I96o ; '. 

820e J 24-S03d. 
Captain -general 5-2 9 3c. 
CapUin-eetieralship 1-80 7 a. 



— o[ the people IS 
Captains, The, in 

many. 

Captain's Flat, X. 
(Ei). 

- Hill, disk, MasE 
HAPTAL 5-393C. 



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2(1 (E4) ; 15-27a; 



CAPUA (mod.). It. 5-294a ; 13- 

4 (BS) ; Apulia, duoh: 

a:Sd; «olden rose in c _ 

dral 12-210a; Norman 
settlement 19-7 5 3 d, 23- 4 OOd : 
StAngelo:' "" ' 



suffragans 19-lSa ; 



IV. 8-B66C. See oZso Caaili- 
CAPUCHIN MONKEY 5-295 d 



'Tc2) Uy 

~apuerai 
(D3) 



s, Bouleyard deE 

!O-804 (CI). 

, lake, Uolom. 8-91 

i, rapids, Braz. 4-44 



Capnla, diet.. Mux. 20-433b. 
Capnlidao il-51Ga. 
Capulin. Colo. 6-722 (D4). 
— , int., N.Mcx. 19-520 (F-Gl) 
Capullo, int., Saiy. 6-678 (B3). 
Capulusll-SlCa. 
CAP-US, ALFRED 5-296d. 
Caput 23-5 39b. 
Caputh, Scot. 24-418 (D-El) 
26 - 4 fi fib. 



it Thyr 



n-saic. 

:., It. 18-7308. 



ard. 24-3 16b. 



Capyern, Fr. 13-73b. 

CAPYBARA5-296d; 

23-44 3d (fid.). 



Caraballos Oocidentales, : 

P.I8. 21-392c. 
Carabanchel Bajo, Sp. : 

Sen. 11-204 ( 



Ground beetle 
Carabidiiorinia: sffiAdcpha^a 
Carabinlsc n ' ■-■-•- 



CARABOBO, > 



Caraca, Sp. : si* Onadalajar 
—, int.. Braz. 25-186d. 
CARACAL, Rum. 5-2S7d; % 



extended 23-5G2b ; ooi 
19-S95a; Edcssa 8-9 
Eijypt 9-S9o ; Parthiai 
661b,20-:S54a; portrait 

480a, 23-4S0a; theat 

perfor mances abolished 8- 

— , archot26-487b. 

— , baths of 3-olOa; 23-477a 

26- B 3 Co. 
Cara-eara 8-915d : 18-32fld. 
Caracas, Colom. 6-701 (CI). 
CARACAS, Vcnea. 5-298b ; 27 

98!I(B1); 27-!IS9b; academ: 



CARACTACUS 5-300a ; 

583c; 28-261d. 
Caractbrea (La Broyero) 1 



IARAN D'ACHE 5-3 



-, ANN IB ALE 5-298d [ 



Meld 8-6-lOc. 
CARACCIOLO, FRANCESCO, 

prince 5-299C 
— , Gioyanni 15-422b. 
Caracololo chapel: see San Gt 

vanni a Carbonara, chun 

CaSacena, Sp. 25-530 (D2). 
Caraceni, tribe 13-524b ; 24- 

115a. 
Caracenffla, Sp. 26-330 (D2). 
CaracolS-078b. 
CARACOLE (diet.) 5-3 00a. 
Caracoles, Chil. 2-1 47d. 
CaracoU, pt., W.I. 17-802 (Bl 



— yulgaris : see Prase 



j. 5-678 (Ei) ; 18- 



IARAUSIUS, MAI 



CARAVAGGIO, MICHEL/ 
— f POL1DOI& CALDARA' DA 
CARAVAN 5-302a. 



IATES(chem.)5-3 



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Carbury, Ire. 14-744 (E3) : IS. 
791a. 

Carbvlamincs : see Isonitrilcs. 
Catbyl su!i>liate 9-85Id. 
CARCAGENTE, Sp. 5-3I3d : 



CAR CAR, P.li 



. Fr. 5-3Ha, 
Sib, il-528b: 



do 14-SSSc 
lump 16-s: 



5-SS30, 12-7 
us 13-S3SU 


82d;*ex- 
; Ilittito 


CARDINAL 


3-53-ld. ' 




0tino7-6i 



*, GIROLAMO 5-31 !d: 

a obscura S.106a ; 

equation 1-Gi8d; 



a-343o ; Utah 27- 



Cardenetc, Sp. 25-5: 



5-cle 27-933a. 
16- 1 '23d. 
npulso 27-9320. 



irdiff G 



t 10-67 7 d. 



-ill (it 



Cardigan, G 

4th earl it : sue aiotitajju. 
George Brudcncll, 1st duki 

— , JAMES THOMAS BRU- 

danell, 7thearlof5-318d. 
Cardigan, Can. 19-465 (Bl). 



CARD IQ AN, V 

SlST'Si 



CARDIGANSHIRE, c 



6)28' 



C ARD IN A L V IRT UES 5- 3 



Cardioi 

Leni 

Cardio. 

Cardioi 



geology 9- 
i. 9-430 (VI. 



13 5-fl94a ; 15-5T0a. 



JS„, 



-beds (fteol.) 27-2i 
arditclla IS- 12 3a. 
ardil.idae 16- 1 23a. 



, Raymundo de 10- 



' 2i-7'nt 



, 24-418 (BM): 
" PLAYING 5-324d : 



27-Tlld; card a. 



. .. .i. 
— Harianus : sec LadVs t,h istl 
CARD WELL, EDWARD 

— ', EDWARD 

Tiscount 5-321 
Cardwcll, Mo. It 
CAR DWELL, Qi 



-773 (D3). 

i-7T8(C4"j," 
rap (geol.) 7- 

i Monument*. 
rin Brown) IB- 

Oemolli 18-7fld ; 18- 

118(F,-F3). 
Hita : see Hawks- 



.; : 



s?" 



LaxBLLo. nana aei : torn 

494 (PL I.), 7-9G6TJ. 
CareU,oehclydidae27-71a 

08a ; 27-«8b. 
Caretto oholys insc ulpta 27 
CAREW, GEORGE 5-328 
—.Sir Peter 14-775o; 

441h. 
— , RICHARD 5-328a; 5- 
— , Sir Richard S-328b. 
— . THOMAS 5-328b. 
Carew Cheriton, Wales ! 

(V. B4); 21-820. 
Carex : see Sedge. 

— aranaria : see Sea-benl 

— digitals 21-764d. 

— ochinata 2i-7B4tL 

— rfparia 7-B93a (flg.fc 



(family) : 



-, WILLIAM 5-3 



). 11-2' 



KISS 

JO (VI. D2). 
i .... i . , 
i, I. of \V 



J.Z. 19-62.4 (A.7). 

"islands), iX°!ud.0. r ™329 
(K6) ; 4-609b ; 17-9150. 

:arfielligo, N.S.W. 19-538 
(D3). 



2B-90Ga 



it. 24-418 (El). 



art. 

5-329d 
I. 

rudder 24- 



rlof 9-54Sb; 28- 



CARIACO, V 

989{C1). 
— , gulf, Ver 



CARIBBEE ISLANDS, W.I. 5. 



int., W.I. 24. 
n. 4-600 (D2) 



an. ; -see Reindeer 
a. 14-276 (IH). 



— , woodland : see Woodland 

CARIBS S-330d; antla- 
l-817b; British treaty with 
24-fll)d ; canoes l-814d 
costume 7-224d ; Frenct 
treatment of 12-5! 8d; Ian 
CTiage 8-200a. l-81ld, 26' 
77a; reliHion l-816c; social 
system 1-81 So. 

Carloado 10-2 49d. 



CAPR-CARL 



Caridea 7-556a ; 7-5GD>. 
Caric, Soot, 24-418 (CI). 
Caries 4-201c ; dental 8-5 



CARIGNANO, 



-5.336a; 15- 
:ph), William of : 



). 25-530 (E2); 24 



CABINTHIA, J 



; Frederick II 



25-215c, 3-32d ; Teutonic 
race in 26-G80d. 
CARINUS, MARCUS AH RE* 



Carishrook, Vict, 28-38 (B2L 
CARISBROOKE, I, of W. 5* 

337e: 9-420 (IU.E5)j geo- 



ria (fcstlTal) 2i-S5c: 1. 
ic; 16-2 ISo. 

s, Ludwig 3-7561] : 6-S4d 
t, Etienne 5-333d. 
Lanes. 9-412 (I. C4). 
t.. Ire. 14-744 (D2). 
Ark. 2-552 (AM). 

nstoivn. Ire. 14-744 (E3J- 

t, Fr. 19.370a. 

vcrock, castle, Scot, S< 



cl 10-a85b 
1 24- 503b 



.rons and yj 

;ton. Can. 19-165 (B2) 

iioh. , 18-M72 (G7V. 
forks. 28-933 (D2V 
forkB. 29-9M3 (AI). 
cot. 24-4170. 



— College, Minn. 19-B59d. 

Scpt.24-412 (D5). 



ten, I11L., 0UIUU4-9.L2 l±J 

CARLETON PLACE, Out. 

338d t 20-114 CFH. 

— Bode, Note. ••i.SfOV. B» 



CARL-CARR 



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— , Wilson 6-3294. 

Carlill v. Carbolio Smoke Ball 

Co. 23-2 2 5c 
Carlln, Nov. 5-8 (El). 
Carline thistle 28-S61a. 

ter Samuel Fortesoue, baror 
5-339a, 
— , Francis, 3rd ear! of 26-322a. 



~~382t 



Theobald, 4th. oarl 01 E 



— , Theobald Taaffe. 1st eat 

ot 28-322a. 
CAHLINGFORD, Ire. 5-3 39b 

14-144 (E2). 
—.lake, Ire. 14-744 (E-F3) , 

S-339b ; battle, see Sualir, 

Aignech. 
— , mt„ Ire. 5-3S9b ; geology 



Carline Cairn, mt,. Soot, : 

8310. 
Carllnville, HI. 14-304 (C4). 
CARU-RUBBI, GIOVANNI 

Rlnildo, count of 5- 3 39 b. 
CARLISLE, EARLS OF B-339c. 
—.Andrew Barclay, earl of 

— , Sir A. 9-217b. 

Carlisle, Ala, 1-460 (01). 

— .Ark. 2-552 (D3). 

—, Colo. 6-722 (H2). 

CARLISLE, Cumb. S-341b . - 
412(I.B3):4-584(E3);battle 
(1570)I3-934a; bishoprio"- 
421b; cathedral 5-52W. _ 
520d, 27-115c; cattle fai 



Carlovasl, Aeg.S. 24-116o. 
— , dist., Aeg.S. 24-116e. 
CARLOW, Ire. 5-346b J 14- 
-" (E4). 

-', castle, Ire. 5- 34 6b. 

OW.co., Ice. 5-34J 

(E4> i 14-T65o. 
-■316a; 1G-7""' 



Carl Rosa 6pe , — 

J20c; 19-840, 
CARLSBAD, Aus. S-346o ; 



518o, 18-52Id. 



(G3). 

Carlsbnrg, fort, Ger. 24-287c 
Carlscrona, Swod. t see Karla 



CarIsteia,Oer.ll-808(III.qlI). 
Carlson (phyBiologisti27-93S( i 
Carlsruhe, Ger. : 



io!ogist)27- 

\ : see Karlsruhe. 

Carlsson, Albertina 5-372a. 

Carlstad, Swed. : see Karlstad. 

CARLSTADT (Andreas K. 



— , N.Dak. Ifi-T. 



— , bay, W.I. (Bar 



— , fort,. Ire. 14-744 (C5): 7- 

— Douse, London 7-799b, 
Car]Ists5-314a; 2S-5Gld; 

(1833-1840) 25-557b, __ 
1056a, (1874-1S7G) 25-558d- 

Carlitte, mt., Fr. 22-688d. 

Carl Junction, Mo. 18-808 (E4). 

Carlo : see Charles. 

— (d'Arezzo) 14-904a. 

" Carlo Alberto " (ship) 26- 

538o; 24.913b. 
Carlock, III. 14-3114 (C3J. 
CARLOFORTE, Sard. 5-342d : 

Carlo'ix, Vincent 11 -125c. 
Carlo Malatesta (of Rimini) : 
see Charlea Malatesta (of 



CARLOMAN (king 



— (mayor of the palace) 5- 

Carlopago, Hung. 3-4 (D4) : 

18-i45b. 
Cartons, Soot, 24-418 (E3) : 

geology 8-9450, 
CARLOS L (of Portugal) 5- 

343b : 22-153d. 
• — , DON (prince of Asturias) 5- 

343o. 



•, O. 20-26 (14). 

irmania, out. district, Pers 

13-094a ; see also Ker 

' (liner) 24-886b. 



arthen, marquesses of : 

CA'RMARTHEN ™ Wales 5- 
355a; 9-428 (V. C4) ; 4-584 
(AG) [ 28-2G4a ! 7-31Ta ; 
battle (1403) 12-120d ; Eis- 
teddfod (1451)9-137a seec- 
Iogy5-355dj Rebecca Riot; 
22-9500. 

— , bay, Wales 9-428 

(V. C4)i 27. 



CARMARTHENSHIRE, Wall 



„ Wales : 



is 19-9' 



5-561d 



— , DON (Carllst claimant) 5- 
344a; 4-327; 25-558d;28- 
1056a. 

Carlos, Fla. 10-540 (E5). 

— , Ind. 14-422 (04). 

— , Md. 17-828 (1 -■■ 



Portugal) 22-1500. 
Carlotto, Ala. 1-480 (A3). 
O&rlOTt, Vasiia 23-S47b. 



Carlstadt, Hung. ! see Karl- 

— , N.J.' 19-502 (A3). 

— , Out, 20-114 (131). 

Carlton, Ala. 1-460 (B4). 

— , Colo. 6-722 (113). 

-— , Dur.9-412(I.F3); S-T08a. 

— ,111. 14-304 (D2). 

— , Minn. 18-550 (E4). 

—.Mont. 14-278 (B-C2). 

— . Notts. 9-410 (II. Ei) ; 19- 

82Td. 
— , Ores. 20-212 (B2). 
— , Pa. 21-108 (B3). 
— , Vict. 18-90 (map). 
— , Yorks. (nr. Barnaloy) 28- 

933 (1)2). 
—.Yorks. (Cleveland) 9-415 

(I. F4). 
—.Yorks. (nr. Goolo) 9-41G 

(II. E2). 
— , Yorks. (nr. Leeds) 28-933 

(B2). 
— , Yorks. (nr. Middlehara) 9' 

412 (I. E4). 

— Club, Lond. 6-567b. 

— Co. Minn. 18-550 (E4), 

— Gardens, Melbourne 18-90 
(map). 

— llouse, Lond, 16- 9 64b. 

— in Lindrick, Notts, 9-416 
(II. E3). 

— le Moorland, Linos. 9-416 

— Miniott, Yorks. 9-413 (I. 
F4). 

— Station, N.Y. 19-596 (B2). 
Curludovica palmata 10-31 lc; 

8-015b. 
Carluke, Scot, 24-41S (D3) ; 

16-13To; geology IB- 137a. 
CABLVLE, ALEXANDER 

(divine) S-349b ; 24-455a. 
— , Alexander (author) S-3S( 



-, John Aitken S-351b, 

-, JOSEPH DACRE 5-349o. 

-, Jupiter : see Carlyle, Alex- 
ander (divine). 

-, B-W. S-B31b. 

-, THOMAS 5-349o; »-638d ; 
Emorsonond9-333c:Fichto's 
Influence 18-244b ; Frederick 
BarbaroHsa ll-46d; I^oude's 
Life ll-253b ; Qcralfllne 
Jewsbury and 15-410d : 
Maoaulay oomparod 9-613a : 

Shilosopby of history 13- 
32a; on portraiture 22- 
130a; satirist 24- 2 2 9d; trans- 
lations 27-1 S6a. 



6-855a, 
CARMAGNOLA, It. 8-35 4i 

15-4 (A2); 15-10b. 
CARMAGNOLE 5-354d. 

Carmalum 18-4070. 
Carman, Bliss 5-166B. 
Carman, Can. 17-584 (C3). 
— i IU, 14-304 (A3). 



n, mt., Soot, 24-412 
n t-Saidhc, mt., Scot, 3 



CARNARVON * 



-, la. 14-732 (B2). 
"'-" "1-138 (B2), 
.r,/ON, Wales 
!(V.Cl)i 4-3E 



-, bay, Wales 9-428 (V. Bl). 
-, mts., Austc. 2-D60 (D4). 
irnarvou Commission (187B) 



747d; peaks l-74fo. 

ar NIoobar, id., Ind.O. 4-840 

(BS); 19-OOOd. 
'arnieres, Fr. 10-778 (Fl). 
Jami£errin-l'l"8(I0a. 
CARNIOLA, disl... Aua. S-3B50! 
3-4 (D4) ; 11-831 ; 11-8,"^ 

3-973c 1 f ai hkury li0 3^7iS 's- 
3GGa, 20-308a ; t31o™no agi- 
tation 3-32d. 

Carniscns(Gk.writer)13-313d. 

CARNIVAL 5-366bj 19-5^!Sb ; 
22-6Gla. 

CARN1VORA 5-3B6d; 17- 
520a ; anal gland 17-522o ; 
colon l-670a r dentition 17- 
522d, 26-502d ; diBtrllration 
17-527b.23-10il8c; fur-bear- 
ing members ll-316d ; by. 
bridlzat:on 14-270 ; Ions- 
e-vity 16-9 76a; origin and 
afflnitles 17-52Gb, 17-525d; 
yibrissae 17-52 Id. 



Carmei, Cal. B-8 (C3). 
-— , Ind. 14-422 (E5). 

-, Mo. 17-434 (C4>. 

— , N.J. 19-502 (B5). 
— , N.Y. 19-598 (C4). 



— Head, pt,. Wales 9-428 (V. 
Bl). 

CARMELITES (White Friars' 
5-358b; in London 16-960b 
mission fleldsl8-591a ; nion 
aatorios l-21b, 6-358b ; Si 
Theresa's reforms B6-803b. 

Carmen, Bol. 4-16T (Al). 

— , Mex. 18-31 8 (114); 18-324a. 

— ,Okla. 20-58 (CI). 

— , Isl., Mex. 18-318 (C3) : 18- 
318b. 

— , mts., Mex. 6-574(1. 

— , riv., Chil. 2-462 (B2). 

Carmen (opera) 2-48flo : 4-16d. 



i Patagones, Arg, I 



Elizabeth (q.ueen of 6 



Carnasslal .. .. . — -.__-_ 

vora) ; see Sootorial tooth. 
Carnaisidcntla i see Fissipodia r 
Carnata, ano. kingdom, India ■ 

CARNATlcf^isL. India 5- 
361o; 14-382 <ni5-13); 6- 
535o ; French wars 14-407 a; 



jyl alcohol 20-5 la 



i.,Scot. 24-412 (D2). 



I. of Rn mania). 



Carmentalia, Porta, Borne 23- 



Carmen triumphsJo 14-633a, 
Carmichael, Frederick 5-3 5 9b. 



Can. 24-225 (A3). 
— , mj™. iu-600 (1)4). 

Carmlcliaels, Pa, 21-101 

(B-C6). 
Carmina Bvrana 12-224d. 

— Minora (Draccntins) 8 
484d. , 

— Ni&ibena (Ephraem Syrns) 
9-6 7 Ha, 

Carmine^Tex. 26-690 (L6). 
CARMINE (pigment) 5-359b. 

— Church, It.TFlorcnce) : fres- 
coes 17-833d, 20-469d, 20- 
406 (PI. V. fig. 15). 

— lake (pigment) 5-359c 
Carminha, Alvoro de 24-48c. 
Carmlnio acid: see OocbJ- 

Carnio, Braz. 4-440 (G4). 
Carmoca (fabric) 28-452c 
Carmoiia, Salvador 24-5 7a. 
DARMONA (Carmo), Sp. B- 

S5Bc ; 25-530 (C4). 
— , Tex. 26-690 (M-N5). 
Carmuk ; see Carmoca. 
Carmunnock, Soot. 24-418 

(03). 
Carmyllie, Scot 24-418 (Fl) j 

2-330o. 
CARNAC, Fr. S-359d ; 10-778 

(C4); 25.963c: 2S-964C 
Carnahuba : see Wax palm. 
Carnalea shales (geol.) 5-300O. 
Cornallite 22-1970. 
Carnan, Thomas 1-7 12a. 



Corn Brea, Corn 



13b, 



Carndona B U, Ire. 14-744 (Dl). 
Camduff, Can. 19-780 (CI). 
CARNEA (festival) fc *"" 

8-42 7oi 13-234d. 
CARNEADES5-363d; 6-531c; 

13-24GC. 
Cariiedd Datydd, mt,, Wal 

428 (V. Dl)j 2S-259b. 
— Llewelyn, rot., Wales 9-428 

(V.D1): 28-259b. 
Tyddyn Bleiddlan, cairn. 



Cammoney, Ire. 2- 15 3b. 
Cam Mor, mt., Scot. 24-112 

(E2). 
Carnmoro, lako, Scot. 1 see 

— , mt,, 'ins. 10-274b. 

Corn nan Gabhar, mt« Scot. 

13-121d. 
Cam-nan-tri-tighearnan, mt„ 

Scot. 19-155b, 
Camo, Wales 9-428 (V. D2) ; 

18-fsSe. 
Carnock. Scot. 24-418 (D-E2). 
Carn Odbar, mt.. Soot. 24-412 

(D2). 
Carnon, Corn. 



—-, LAiARE NICOLAS MAR- 
Fuerit05-37Gd; arniyretorm 
2-G19a; fortification 10- 
GDld, -~ ""■'■ " ' 



;■ ■ ■ '-'■ i| 



699c. 1' 



S-8110, 10- GO So, : 



Wales 8-18d. 



— y Filial 



, rat.. Wales 9-42S 



(V. D2). 
CARNEGIE, ANDREW 

384b; l-160d; 8-679b. 
— , Hon. Da-rid W. 2-962d. 
— , Margaret : see Fletoheir (of 

Saltoun), Margaret, 
Carnegie, Ga. 11-752 (B4). 



^Ofla. 



8 (C2). 



CARNEGIE, Pa. 5-365a; 2 
10S (D7). 
■ ■ ''' ■ 2-960 (C5). 



JS <D7). 

.lake, W .__ 

Carnegie Hera Fund Com- 
mission 5-36 4 d. 

— Institute, Pittsburg 19-69b. 

— Institution, Washington 28- 
3511). 

— Steel Company 14-815d ; 
13-6390 ; 25- 1036b. 

" " ! - " , -*- i p) 17-3790. 



-, SADI NICOLAS LEON- 
hard 5-378a; thenno dyna- 
mics 13-lilb, 26-8091). 

Cacnot, Fr.Congo 11-99 [B2). 

— , bay, W.Ans. 2-960 (C3). 

"Camot" (battleship) 24- 
902 b. 

Camot, Lycee (Oollogo of St 
Ctiaries), Tunis 27-393a. 

Caraofs asiom 13-1410. 

— cycle 13-142a; 23-SOOb. 

— principle: see Thermody- 
namics, second law of. 

Camotville, Dali. 11-204 (G5). 
Camot wall (lortillcation) 5- 

CARNOUSTIE, Scot. 5-378b ; 

24-418 (F2). 
Cam Ituigli, mt., Scot, 9-269a, 
Carnsore. pt.. Ire. 14-744 (E4>, 









1. 15-654 <E2). 



CARNESECCHI, PIETRO 5- 

3G5b. 
Carnesvillc, Ca. 11-752 (CD. 
Cornet d'un Ecrivain, (Dos- - 

toievsky) 8-439b. 
Carnetby, mt-. Scot. 8-944d. 



Carntogber, mt— Iro. 14-744 

(E2). 
Corntown, Ky. 15-740 (D2). 
Carntual, mt., Iro. : see Car- 

CARNUNTUM, Horn, iort, 
Ponnonla 5-37SD ; 23-648 
(D2). 
!uraus(accr) 5-3630. 

JARNUTES 5.378c. 

Carmvalh. Scot, 24-418 (D3). 

Carny, Md. 17-828 (B3). 

CARO, ANNIBALE 5-37Sd. 



-, MicQ. 18-372 (C4). 
— . Okla. 20-58 (E2). 
Carnforth, Lanes. 9- 

j!l); 16-1 40a. 
Cam Glas, mt., Scot 

(K2); 19-155b. 



chiaro, Don' Oh 

Cairo, baron of. 

— , ELME MARIE E 

—, Frank 21-31d. 

— , H. (chemist) 1- 

507a. 



Carob bean : see Locust bean. 
— tree : see Locus*. +"*- 
, Coroobe 5-402 d. 



Carol (arch.) 6-379b : 6-555a; 

WROL(Lrmn) 5-379a; Bretoi 
5-G501, ; English 9-613d 
Hann 5-6390 ; singers. Bet 



Carole (dance) 7-798d. 
Caroleon. N.C. 19-772 (C4J. 

Curoli. Pierre 5-730. 

Carol.ulG-122a. 

CaroKtli, Effendi 27-42Gd. 

Carolina, Ala. 1-460 (C41. 

— .Brai.. 4-440 «;3); 17- G 6 

— . r.R. 22-12-1 ml). 

— . 1U. 23-240 (B3). 

— ,SAt. 25-46G (K6); 27- 

Carulin'a, Lex 11532) 27-7Se, 



— parakeet 20-863d. 

— tail 22-818(1. 

— wren 27-G34a, 
CADOLINE (of Ansbt„.., - 

380a ; 4-S82e : 13-4&4c ; 
- " i 20-411b; Walpole 
•*"d 20-255a. 

: {01 Brunswick) 5- 

se - Darmstadt) 13- 



is. 2-960 f D3). 
i-16S(F2). 
3-9 78b. 



le Co., lid. 17-328 (H3). 
Va. 28-118 <E2). 
le Depot, N.Y. 1 



92. a; 19-6470 ; coinaGO 
8(Wo{ diplomas 8-30; 
(Jerniany Il-S33b ; L< 
"" 16-934tL See t 



Charlemu, 

-~ Benaissance 5-S94a ; 



4-314d j Ivory carvings 15- 



CAROLINGIANS 5-381oi 10- 
Carol'im, Librt 1-2150, 



CARCLUS-DURAN 



Caron (Dutch merchant) 1 



marclmia, Pierre Augustin 

Carondelct ,'lto. 18-608 <G2). 

— . canal, La. 19-530a. 

— Park, Mo. (St, Louis) 18- 

608 (C2). 
ITaione 26-650o. 
Carom, riv., Veues:. 27-981 
(C2); 20-2750. 
-, riv., W.I. 28-544 (Til). 

: a. Sic 15-4 (B5). 

L «i-uiiia» (liner) 24.886b, 
CarotiiCttCid26-6a0d. 
Ca!"0nium, 5p. : see Corunna, 
'"-ropiiyllaeus 26-4(ISb. 
,R0RA, " 






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instructions given on Page 1. 

Carpinus amerlcana ■ nee Horn- 
— betulus : see Hornbeam. 



CARL-CARR 



Carotid canal 25-197d. 
Carotin (pigment) 6-257o; 

Caroub'(ooln) 27-3970. 
Carouse, Switz. (Geneva) 26- 

242 (Al). 
— , Switz. (Vaud) 26-242 (B3). 
Carovigno, It. IS-4 (F4>. 
Carp, 1*. (Kumanian politician 

23-81 lc. 
Carp, Ala. 1-460 (Al). 



_„..._. 1-460 (Al) 
-.Can. 23-114 (Fl). 
" ' "■ 4-600 U 
I. 13-372 



I® 

(B4). 



i"2o: Japanese folk-loi 
"ia; longevity 16-9 7 5c 
itity in Ugypt 9-46a. 



I lot a 



Carpal I 

2-GG7a. 
Carpas, mts., Cyprus 7-691 

(map); 7-0961). 
CARPATHIAN MIS., Eur. 5 

382d; 3-4 (112); 9-91Ia 

geology 15-5 88d, 26-66 lc 

27-25Ua. 
Carpathians, Little, mta., Aus. 

3-4 (E2). 
— , White, mts., AptiM (E2). 

10- 5 8 7b". 
Carpathian Sea, Medit. 5- 

384b. 
CARPATHUS. ial., Medit, 5- 



Cappellii 
CARPE1 



— vJohr 
—.LAN 
— .MAF 



—.WILLIAM BENJAMIN 6- 

3850: a-871d; 10-6280. 
Carpenter, Colo. 6-722 (B2). 
—,1a. 14-732 (Kl). 
— , 111. 14-304 (C5). 
— , Miss. 18-600 (133). 
— . N.Dak. 19-78(1 (fcll 
-, Okla. 20-58 ■""• 



Carpenters and Joi 

gamated Society of 27- 

Carpenters' Company 16-811a. 
Carpenter's Hail, Philadelphia 



-422 (D5). 
i>. Smith 2O-904a. 
Eduard 4-178o, 



., "Veiiea. 5-381d ; 27- 



CAROI 

Carosomo," Benodotto : * 
Benedetto Carlsaimus. 

C»rotid arteries 2-666o : 5 
BiOd , 3-OSSb. 

— bodies 8-635d { 18-7440. 



CARPENTRAS, Fr. 

■"•-778 (G5); 23-4E 



arpetania. Bom. prov.. So 
23-10503. 
arpetauos, xnU,.. Sp . 25-53, 

CARPET-BAGGER S-397b : 1- 
4G3d. 
L rpet bedding (hort.) 13- 



397c. 
-, UGO DA E-397C, 

™S s I d: 5 - 3 '"' li "'-'" :! " 

CARPI, tribe 5-397 c. 

Carpina, N.S.W. 19-538 (D3). 

Carpincho ; eee Capybara. 

CARPINI, JOANNES DE 
Piano 5-397d; Chinese de- 
senhed 6-189o ; (reogcaphical 
dlscovories ll-624d ; Mande- 



), N.I 






ftk. 19-780 (CI), 
'o (plan). 
..) 13-U91C 
rcetea ll-340o. 



Jb(%.). 
Caipocapsa pomonanafpon 
0lla> : see Codling moth, 
CARPOCRATES 5-399a. 
Cappocratians 15-5370. 
Carpourinidae 8-878d, 
Carpodaous 12- 6 16a. 
: — 4.-,. 1.3 13i, 



Carp 






Carpooyctor: 
Carpophaga 



IS 4-596b;: 



B-39a. 



-443b ; 21-3930. 
Kfd.l9-479(C1). 
nae 6-241 d. 



Cacpospore 11 -335a j 1-5920. 
Carpow, Scot. 4-584 (Bl). 
Carpus (anat.) 25-176a ; 25> 

178o ; 23-181a. 
CARPZOV (family) E-399o. 
Carr, Ciiristopher (pseud.) 

see Benson, Arthur Chris 



Carradale, 



, Scot. 24-412 



<C4). 
Carradori, Francesco 24- 5 1 2d. 

Carrancha : see Carrion-hawk. 

CarrantuohilU int., Ire. 14-744 

" 1 """ " 13-757d. 



, < D »;; 



CARRANZA, 

5-3 9 9d. 
— (Spanish ft 



b"ahtolome 

1-2 5 Ob. 



(C2>. 
-, mis., It. IS -3d. 
:arrara marble 17-670o: 21- 

333 (PI. IV. fljf. 4) ; 87-f - 



- del Obi 
iarraaeale 
(B-C3). 



P.Is. 21 -393 (F6). 



Carrand, lUme. Zulma ; 

Carrbridge, Scot. 24-41 
Carr-crow I see Black t 
Carre, Fabrioe 10-288c 
— , Louis 5-324o. 

. ■ i. .... i . . *. 
— , JEAN BAPTISTE NICOLAS 

Armand 5- 4 Ola. 
Carrol (arch.) : see Carol. 

!no, Don Juan do Miranda 

— '978d. 
CARRERA, JOSE MIGUEL 5- 

40Ib;6-154b. 
— , Ilafaei 12-603d ;S-fiT7n. 
— (lies, general) 



(Cf): 23 



(B4). 
Carretero, Juan Zfl-iuiaa. 

Harran. 
Carrlacou, .^ „ „-„_» 

(E-F2) j 12-579C ; 7-265b. 
CARRIAGE IconTeyanco) 5- 

(feudal service) 7-209c 
Carrick (earldom) 4-879d: 4- 
S8Ia:8-79lla. * 

arrick, Duncan, earl of : set 
Duncan, earl ol Carrick. 
-, Benry do Percy, earl ol 21- 



— . J. M. (lithographer) J 

— , Itobert do Bruce, earl ( 

see Bruce. 
— .Itobert Bruce, eaxl o( : . 

Itobert the Bruce. 
— , ting of : see Cassil] 

Gilbert Kennedy, 4th earl 
Carrick, Ire. (Donegal) 14-7 

<CK);8-413d. 
— , Ire. (Wexford) 28-566d. 
— , Scot. (Argyll.) 24-418 (B2). 
— , Soot. (Orliiieys) 20-2800. 
-"--—- '■ Ire. 5-407b. 






. 24-4 



(D4> 



— a-Bede, isl.. Ire. 11 -927a : 

2-153b. 
Carrick beg, Iro, (Carriok-on- 

Suir) 5.407b. 
CARRlCKFERGUS, 

.•■. '. i-.ii ... •' 14. 

" ' " ' ' , Ire. 18- 



i 16-4 Od 



■iTickrough, caatle. Ire. 16- 

973a. 

JTick Boads, roadstead, 



5-4(17b; 10-857a; 

ll-209a. 
iarrier, Okla. 20-58 (C 
:ARRIER (law) B-4( 

frejghtment l-30i! 



Carriera, Eosalba 20-891a : 7- 

388b;2B-41Sa. 
Carrier-Bellouac, Albert Ernesl 

24- 5 08a ; 5- 7 5 8c, 
Carricre, Eng6no Anatole 80- 

504d;22-19(id. 
— , J. (zoologitt) 13.424a. 
— , MORITZ 5-408b. 
Carriere, Misa. 18-600 (Co). 
Carrieres, foi't, Gor. 18-30E 



■Poleay. Fr. 10-778 
ic, Fr. 10-778 (B5). 



_ <A -->., 
Cart 

Carriei ; 'a Act (1830) 5 

Carriora Mills, III. 14-304 (110). 

Carries, Jean 24-5l)9b. 

Carrjgafoyle, castlo. Ire. Bl- 
eed. 

Carrigaholt, Iro. 14-744 (B4). 

Carrjgahooly, castle. Ire. 17- 
937b. 

Carrigaline, Ire. 14-744 (C5 

Carrigallen, Iro. 14-744 (Ui! 

Carrigaloo, Iro. 7-159 (map] 

Carrigan, head, Iro. 14-; 
(C2|. 

Carrigart, Ire. 14-744 (Dl). 

Carrigatoke, int., Ire. 14-744 
(IS). 

Carriger, Ala. 1-460 (Bl). 

CaiTigrenan, pt.. Ire. 1-1 

Carrigtohlll 
Carrir, Sp. 

402d, 
Carrillo, Carlos Ai 

17-13d. 
CARRINGTOrJ, C 



-, RICHARD CHRISTOPHER 
5-408d ; comets 2-816! 
observatory 19-955d: phot 
sphere 26-8 Ba. 

-, Iiobert John Smith, baron 

-, Robert Smith, baron 5- 
40So. 
Carritisrton, Ches. 16-139 (D3). 
■■■ " '"ak. 19-780 (E2). 
W. 19-47 id. 
0-2G (F5). 
pt., Cal. B-8 « 
rion, " • ■ 

.'!■ .■ 

Carrion beetle 6-6718, 
-crow (Corvus copoi»} 7« 
512dj 14-7608. 



— lloi 

■I .-•■■! , 

Carriso, can von, 
_5'll> (Cl-2). 



6- 140o ; 
N.Mei. 1 



14 (DI). 

plain, Cal. 5-8 (C-D4). 
riaal, Mcs. ia-;;l8 (DT) 
Alto, ChU. : see Chanan 



- Creek, riv., N-Mcx, 19-520 
(CI). 

— Springs, Tcs. 26-690 (H71. 
rarrizoao, >i.Mex. 19-520 (Ei), 
:arro, pass, Alps 1-7 4 a a. 
;arro, do (piiyaiciau] 15-320a. 
JARROCCIO (win chariot) 5- 

408d; 6-730a; 15-30b ; 7- 



Carrol (arcb.) ; see Carol 

CARROLL, CHARLES S-409a 

— ', JOHN <1735-lS17)5-i09b ■ 

ll-421a. 
— , Lewis : see Dodgson O 1. 
— <phyB.c!an)28-911c 
Carrolt Iu- 14-732 (C2) 
— , La. 17-54 (Al). 
— , lid. 17-82? "- ' 



s. 17-4 



! D3l 
(G2). 

28 (I ... 

w 



— Co., Ga. 11- 

— Co., Ia. - " 

— CO., 111. 11-JU4 (C1I. 

— Co., Ind. 14-422 (D3X 

— Co„ Ey. 15-740 (C2V 

— Co., Md. 17-828 (E-il). 

— CaZ llof " 

— Co., N.l 
19- 40 2b. 

— Co., O. 20-26 (H3). 

— Co., Tenn. 20-620 (C2). 



10 (C2). 
o-ojo (C2). 
. 19-490 (E4-3 






__., (U4). 

Creek, riv.. III. 14-304 (CI), 
....„.,... r, — .- -<_ .,„ ,j. 



s Creek, j 



— , Ark. 2-5: 

—', 111.' 14-304 (Bl)." 
— , Ind. 14-422 (ITS). 
— , Ky. 15-740 (C2). 
— ,Md. 17-828 (Fl). 
— , Mioh. 18-372 (F-G6). 



-, Mo. 



iL<9?>". 



,...Y;. 19-596 (B3). 
— , O. 20-20 (113). 
— , Tes. 26-690 (B7). 
— ,Va. 28-118 (F4). 

Cairolltoivn, I'a. 21-106 

— , Scot. 24-418 (D2) ; 

119b; "«■ 



(Dumfries.) 8- 

— ."riV.; Scot. (Kincardine.) 15- 

801a. 
— , riv., Scot. (Boss.) 24-413 

— , riv.', Scot. (Stirling.) 24-418 

(D2); 25-927d. 
Carron, inlet, Scot, 24-413 

(C2):23-712b. 
CARRONADE 5-410a, 
Carronbridgc, Soot. 24-412 

(El). 
Carrot, mt„ Scot. 24-418 (FH 
— , riv.. Can. 24-225 (B2). 
CARROT S-HOa; 11-256C i 

cheese colouring 7-74Sa I 

cultivation l-391d, l-392a [ 



Carrousel,bridge,Paris4-542e. 
Carrow, Norwich 19-820a. 



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Carre, The, (list 



Carrville, Col. 5-8 (Rl). 
Carry (falconry) 10-142a. 
CARRYING OVER S-ilOo 

25-932a; 1-12'la. 
Cars, Jean Francois 4-3111. 
—, Laurent 4-31 lii. 
Caraajg, Scot. 24-112 (D3) 

18-9 6 Od. 
Carse (dict.)24-414a; 12-o9a. 
Carsebridge, Scut. 1-69S1). 
Car™ of Falkirk, Gowrie, &o. 

Scot. : see Falkirk, Gowrie. 
Carsevenne, Fr.Gui. 12-682b. 



SJ5c; S-638d. 
26-1 10b.' "~ 



16-012 (d; 

24-6601. 
erbv. 8-71b. 
Lrsoli),It.5-110c; 



— , II. A. 27-403 b. 

Carson. Ala. 1-100 (Bl). 

— , Ark. 2-552 (E2). 

— . In. 14-732 <BJ). 

— , La. 17-51 (A3) ; 17-56c. 

CARSON, Nov. 6-llla.; 5-( 

— , Oreg. 20-212 ;II3>. 
—,Va. 28-118 (E3). 
— , Wash. 28-304 (Dl). 

— ' lake. Nev. 5-8 (D2)'; 19 

l.ilc. 
— , m-., Nov. 5-8 (D2); 19 

— City, Midi. 18-:;T2 (E-F0). 

— Co., Tex. 26-000 ((M). 
Carson Held mouso 19-lild. 



Cacsuhairu, Scot. 24-112 (D4) ; 

Carstairg, "Scot. 4-581 (B2) ; 

24-418 (D3) ; 4-5840. 
CARSTARES (Carstairs) WIL- 

liam 5-illa; 24-4521. 
CARSTENS, ARMUS JACOB 

5-1 lie. 
Carslen-w, Jan 5-384<l. 
Carstensz, mt„ N.G. 18-487b 
Carstone 12-551d; 25-U32d 

19-7 45a. 
CARSULAE, It. 5-lllc; 1! 

26 (1)3). 
Care well, Francis 4-138b. 



7)12-317*; battle 



oaneers 4-71 
from Colo ml 
710d; 



810) 6- 
lyed 25-60Sb ; 



CARTAGO, C.Am. 5-113 
678 (D8); 18-3430; 7- 
Carta), Rum. 23-326 (D2 
Carrama, Sp. 25-530 (CI 1 
Carta Mcrctttoria 8-460a 

Ca'rtan, E. J. (mathemai 

12- 63 b. 
Cartaphttus : etc Joseph oi 

U 5id. UCmarS1 ' lm ' 11 m 
CarUio, Part. 25-330 {A3). 



-, Diehard d'Oyly 26-56b; 8- 
-^THbMAS5-113a. 

17-7081). 
arte blanche : beziquo 3- 

8 12b ; piriuet 21-638b. 
artecay,riv.,Ga. 11-752 (El). 

Carto de Temlre " (map) 13- 

385c. 
artela, Sp. 23-648 (1(3) ; 23- 

630d. 
arleira, C.Yerd.Is. 5-253 

JteHeconomics) : we Kar- 
tell. 

- (law) 10- 5 (lb. 

artella, Sp. 25-530 (A-Bl) ; 
20-252.1. 

ailellicr, Pierre 7-330o. 

artenna. Ate. 23-618 (C3) : 

CARTER, ELIZABETH 5- 

— . H. J. (zoologist.) 18-8651. 
— ; II. B. (physician) 13-181). 

"" ~. : flour 
10-552a. 
T. T. 2f 

;y. 15-7. 
. 20-53 ( 
.26-620 

28-710 (E3). 
. 28-874 (Bl) 

— int.", N.II. 19-4W0 (E: 

— Chi.. Kt.15-710(E-F 

— Co., Mo. 18-008 (E-K 

— Co., Okla. 20-53 (D3) 

— Co.,Tcnn. 26-620(1.; 

— Dome, int., N.H. 
(EM); 19-1901. 

Carteret. Frances Co 

I .in It 12- 36 3a. 
— -, SIR GEORGE 5-413 
— , John Carteret, lore 

Granville, earl. 
— , Sir J'liilipd(sS-S43o. 

Cruz 24-188e; Solon 

25-3 OS a. 
— , f hilip (II.S. govern. 

503o ; 19-SI3e. 
Carteret, Ft. 10-778 (D3) ; 17- 

5 I2d. 
— , N.J. 19-5 
— , isls., Pac. 



r, Inc 



14-122 (F,5 



Carters Creek, Ten n. 

CartcrsVillc. Ga. 11-752 (Bl). 
— , Okla. 20-53 (F-G2). 
— , S.C. 25-500 (D-E2). 

Carterton, N.Z. 19-621 (El). 
Carterville, 111.14-304 (CM). 
— , Mo. 18-603 (Til) ; 28-155 
Cartesian curve 7-661b. 
CAHTESIANISM5-llla; I 

18-228e'; Kant 1! 



661a 



i 17-8780 ; i 



118d;n 



-. 12-410 (F3) ; B- 



CARTHAGE, Af. 5-1201; 



treaty 9-8540 
a 13-245b ; inscrip 
4-619b, l4-635d 
iceupied 17-5 1 Od 
3 rivalry 17-767d 



Purllc^Vi 



:-ereotedl6-203d; 



, 111. 14-304 (A3) ; 19-230d. 
, Ind. 14-422 (FoJ. 
, Me. 17-131 (El). 
, Miss. 18-600 (B4). 
Mo. B-431b; 18- 



. 20-1>0(K-L6); 6-3T2d. 
Dak. 25-506 (113). 
rail. 26-021) (EL), 
ex. 26-690 (N3). 
Lpc, Af. 12- a 19b. 
.agena, H.Am, and Sp. 

CARTHAGE, SYNODS OF 5< 
43le ; asapei forbidden 1. 
3611; Caelestius 21-6Kc 



irthaphilus : sen Joseph oi 

Arimathea. 

irf.borpo, Yorks. 9-412 (I. 

El) 

IRTHUSIANS 5-432a ; 1- 

20b ; Charterhouse 5-952d ; 

in Erif-la.id 16-aSDb; inScot- 

land 24-130d. 

IRTIER, SIR GEORGES 

Elionne 5-133b ; Ottawa 

Btiitue2G-:(70a. 

, JACQlit.S5-433c; l-807d; 



, cliffs, Scot. 
1-416 (II. Bl); 



(B-C2). 
|arton, K. C 

. _.=1TOON 

18- 8 8 9c. 
*' Cartoon of Pisa 

an selo) 18- 3 6 3d. 
CARTOUCHE 5- 

3101. 
Cartridge, hill, Li 

(113). 
CARTRIDGE 5-135t 



■135a 



12-7251; 
874c; ■ 



small ■ 



i. 16-139 
1-S72b 



de Char I reuse. 

Cartwortli, Yorks. 28-S33 

CART WRIGHT, EDMUND 5- 

135a; 4-371a ; power-loom 

28-44Bh ; warp stopping: 

machine 28;447b. 

— ! PETER 5-135o. 
— , Balph 14-4060. 
— , SIR RICHARD JOHK ! 



1-460 (Bl). 
.Dak. 19-780 (El), 
a. 21-100 (E3). 



CflTiioagc5-436e; 

205c. 
CARUCATE 5-43 



Carnm (Tarai : see- 
— petroeelinum : 
parsley. 



-440 CK3): 
g-4S6b ; 28- 
o; 13-451a 



.) ll-25Sd. 

■852b. 

'clitoris 12- 7 6 5b. 



, MARCUS AURELIUS 5- 



1. 14-304 (Dl). 



5-140b. 
— , Louis de 5-410b. 
—.RAPHAEL, comte do 5 



> LUISADE5-137a. 



Port. 25-530 
z. 26-212 (III) ; 



- Grande, N.Mes. 19-520 ( 



CARVING (dict.)S-438a;s 
■"■848b. See also I 
■Tin? ; Marble -sci ilp I 

CARVING AND GILDING 5- 

■"'ia. 

neira, cape, S.Port. 25- 

) (A4). 

ipe, W.Port. 25-530 (A3); 



: aleone dcgU 
a, It. 15-4 



Ma.tl.ioM14-SSScjsicgo(l(i30) 
10-837c, (1040)27-412c. 
Casalmagglore, It. 15-1 (C2) J 



— , riv., Sea. 11-204 {J. 

610b. 
CASAMARI, s,l>1iey, It. 



Falkland, I 
438d. 



, PHOEBE 5-438e; l-835e. 
Car;-. Mis*. 18-600 (B3). 
— , N.C. 19-772 (D2). 
'v., Horn. 25-3831. 

ba; ice Shell-burk'nick- 



a (Ita). 

a, pass, Alpsl-7 



Carj;ue, Gr. 12-440 (D3) ; 2- ( 
CARYATIDES 5-139b. 
Caryehiuiiill-520a. 



10-5601). 10-570f 
iu-S72d ; sesd ll-25!)d 

Caryophyllaceous enroll; 
504o (ti E .). 

Caryophyllaeidae 26- 10 Si 

Carvophvllueus mutabili 
408a; 26- 1 08b dig.). 

Caryophylieno 20-521) ; 

Can , opiij'llla2-102a ;2-10i<:. 



— onusta : see Catronpr. 

— urens ; see Kittiit palm. 
Caryotronha 6-017a ; 6-616 < 

(PL I. lis. 4). 
Carysfort, William Proby 
BBTlor2-o56b; 21-SOOa 



-701 (C3)J 

-701 (C3) ; 6- 

i.l)16-572b. 

CASANOVA DE SEINGALT, 

" Jaoopo 5-110d. 

M.Y. 19-590(12). 

118 (E2). 
v.asa,-,uo>a,It.l4-918i? 
— Oleole, It. 15-4 



. 15-4 (Fl ). 
eiu21 : 27So. 



oides 24-8261. 



u. 5-678 (C5). 

90c. 

:.:battlB(1832) 

Mes. 5-441a; 



9-34Ia; Mahdi 
reoeinoii »-127e; Niam- 
Niam 19-636b. 
-, Gabrio (mayor of Milan> 

iASAUBON, FLORENCE ES- 
tiennoMeric5-llle: gift to 
Eodleian library l-903"b. 



l. 6-7923, 
Kazvio, 
2 (F2). 



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i, ial„ Aes.3. 2-J60 (BS), 



CASPAR I, KARL PAUL 



' Cassiodoms (family) 5-459d. 
CAiSIODORUS (historian) E 

; stusixigmi3 8-285c; eulog 



CASHEW NUT 5-4 



SITERIDES S-ifiOc: 22- 
SITERITE _ 5-160ii ; 26- 



IVELAUNUS B-di 



CASSIANUS, JOANNES ERE- 



SSAGNAC, _ BERNARD 



12-410 (B1)J 9- 

<Corfu)7-I+6b. 
Mich. 18-372 



SIMIR-PERIER, 



iSANDER, GEORGE 5- 



SIRI, MIC 

CASKET 



' IONIO, It. 5- 



CAST-CATE 






CASTANETS 5 



iaM.JseeKaata- 
4-732 (B2). 

Spanish chest- 
Spanish ehest- 
10-778 (EG). 



iz. 4-440 <C2). 

la.- 
j-sophylla 21- 



Casteel. Ark. 2-552 (CI). 
Guttcgsio, It. : see. Clastidiiitll. 
Casteil, Fr. 22-G89c. 
Castejon, Sp. 25-,i;ii) (112). 

CASTEL, LOUIS BERTRAND 



: Of 21 



o. 6-722 (Bi). 



CASTEL AR Y R I POLL, 

Emilio 5-4691) ; 25-558c 
Castelb6, Lerida, comite 01 1- 

CastelBolopnese, It. 21-579c; 

Castelbuoiii 
Castel Cerii 

), It. 2- 



eldeliir 



393b. 



). It. 17-699b. 
2-;JS2d. 
It. 3-lld; 3 

I. It. 15-1 (F2). 



(astelfldardo. It. 15 -58a. 
CASTELFRANCO NELL' 

Emilia, It. 5-47 la. ; 15-4 



... i',. 

M-lBd.™ 3 



i (H6); 



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Caste Ha do Oro 

Castollammare, 

25-22a. 



15-12d. 

Castel La i 

3-192i 

l.'astellai. _.. 

Castellani, A. (Bacteriologist) 
27-341a:28-909b. 

luarian) 10-344b ; 

iv.. It. 2-723a. 



15-3671). 



Castellan o 

Castilian laii K iiaKe. 
Castellar, EL, dist., Sp. 25-53C 

(E2). 
Castel Lariano, It. 15-i (G2). 

- Lastua, A us. 18-707 (A2). 
CastellBt, Sp, 26-597c. 
Castellazo di Fontanel lata, It 



CASTELLESI, ADRIANO 5- 

471c. 
Caatelleltl, Crietoforo 20-8961). 



Casteil -Nedd, Wales : se. 

CASTELLO, BERNARDO 5- 
4 7 Id. 

, GIOVANNI BATTISTA 5. 
472a ; 5-S2c 
, VALERIO 5-472a. 
istello, hill, It, 22-670a. 
, mt, Alps 26-212 (HI); 1- 

, pass, Alps 1-T4SI). 
CASTELLO BRANCO, CAM' 

illo 5-472a ; 22-102d. 
— BraiMio, Francisco Caldciii 
de20-747b. 

Branco, A/ores 3-83 (II.). 
CASTELLO BRANCO, Tort. 5 
~h: ; 25-530 <B3). 
■anco, dist., l'ort. 5-472d 
:58a. 
Vide, Port. 25-530 <B3) 






i Micl 



26-530 
s 3-83 
:0 (R2). 



.5-4 (Gl). 
3-1 (Bi). 



-.MICHEL DE 5-473a; 4- 

e«fic. 
-, Pierre dc (ecclesiastic, d. 

1308) : see Pierre de Castel- 

-, Pierre de (15th cent.) 5- 

473a. 
Jastelntiii, Fr. (Gironde) 10. 

778 (D5). 
-, Fr. (Lot) 10-778 (E5) ; 17- 

, Tidal del-97b 
>AR" ~ 

_. . :s(£ 

„ „vB-778a. 

Castel uau-Kivicre, Fr. 10-778 
(E6). 

— diGarfagiiana."lt.l5-4(C2) 

— ScriviaTlt- 15-4 (B2) ; 27- 
71d. 

Castelorlzo. Turk. As. 2-700 
(CS). 

— Is!., Asia M. 19. 



), It. i 



4(E2) 



9-337d. 

r 8~(E5j. 
Sic. 15-4 (D( 



45b ; Oolite quar- 



-, Fr. (Gironde) 11-4748,. 



iirondejl .,. 

IO VAHN I BATTISTA 

Vidal dc 



istigliono, Alg. 1-613 (El) 



— , fortress, Rome ll-380a. 

— deli.ago, It. 27-21.ia. 

— dclla Pcscaia, It. 15-4 (C3). 
CASTICLIONE DELLE STI 

viere. It. S-475a ; 15-1 (C2) 
CASTIGLIONE OLONA, It. 5 

ilbknco, Sp. 25-530 (CS). 



nco, Sp. 25-530 (C3 
aze, i\ 11. J. : 



Frias and constable of : s 
Frias, .Juan de Velaseo. 
a.stlle, N.Y. 19-590 (B-C3). 



of Gaunt 16-147a; kings25- 

26-5970 ; military system 2- 

-, New, Spanish kingdom. 

Am. l-807a: 21-691a. 
lastilo soap (Marseilles soap! 
25- 2 9 8a. 
CASTLLHO, ANTONIO FELL 
■ " ■■"»: 8-510c. 

f2b; 26-803a 
;e6-475d;25- 

see Spanisl 

ii 21-276e; 6 



Castilloa elasl 



ridee l-962d. 
;a 23-797b ; 2 



p. 26. 



•. 15-4 (DO); 
mo 9-7 33b,. 



28- 700b. 
Casterlian ; 
Casterton, 



■I, Glaci 
n, Lod( 

urno, It. 1S-4 (B5). 

Wilts. 

21-S47c 



Vict. : 



3 (A2) 



530 (B4>. 
-~ del Motto, Cu. : see Morro 

— EI, temple, Yuc. 5-0781). 
Castillon, 6. F. M. M. 5-324c. 
Ca.stillon, Fr. (Ariese) 10-77i 

(E6). 
—.Fr.(Girondc) 10-7 78 (US) 

battle (1453) 9-S1fih. 
Castillonncs, Fr. 10-778 (E5). 
Castillo*, ls.ke, tJiiiB. 2-40^ 

(F3). 
CASTILLO SOLORZANO, AL 
..... r , 

cWine, Mo.' 17-134 (111) ; 17 

430o. 
— , O. 20-26 (AS). 
" Castinc " (ship) 25- 5 9 5c. 
Casting: (falconry) 10-112b. 

— (fly-fishing) 2-20c. 

~ (metall.) : see. FoiiTiding. 

— (sculpture) 24-188b. 

— ont nines (math.) 2-;>32a. 

— the bar (athletics) 4-917a. 



nl4-827c; 18-206a. 



24-74Sc; 27-3: 



cks, 18-317a, 

23-7280,. 

ss. 17-852 (B-C4) 

t. 16 -S 08a. 



(I>2) 



.1. (Mouc 
a.I. (Tnc 



;(D2). 
ne) S-8 



nerS: 1 - 



Cape Col.: sec Iiasteel 

22 (112); 6 

— , mts., Mont. 14-270 (D3). 

—', pi'.'. Ire. 14-711 (B4). 
— , lit., N.Z. 19-024 {*'+). 
CASTLE S-176d; 4-28Dd 



10-0 



>n27-28Gd; fc 



J) 15-7- 



■ Isfia 



i" (1798) 5- 
J4-412 (A3) 



14-74 



astlc Bolton, Torts. 9-412 (I. 

iistlcbridge. Ire. 14-711 (El). 

25-758 (Bl); 3-984i 
astlebiwv Hill, 
Westm. 15-727 d.' 



(02). 



-ij. 2-5 



., Lim 



Cantle Dome, J 



it., Cal. 5-8 (Cl)_. 



■ Doiininston, Vict. 28 
(Bl). 
CASTLE DOUGLAS (Cav 



. 9-420 (III. 
412 (I. F3) 



Castlciicld, disl 



8-933 (D2)J 4-581 (C4). 



(A4)j 15-758b. 
CASTLE- GUARD 5. 
Castlehayen, Jainc* 

of 2- 16a, 
Castlchayen, Ire. 14 
Castle Head, hill, 

625a; 8-77d. 
— Ucdirgliam.Ess. 9 



; 12-S67c;2C 
4 (D2). 



id, Ire. 14-7-14 <B4) ; 



Castle maine, Ire 


11 


714 (Bl); 


15-759a; ^eo 


ogy 


15-7581). 


CASTLEMAINE 


Vi 


t. 5-lSla; 


28-38 (C2)-. 






— Harbour, Ire 


14 


757b. 


Castlemaine ser 


es (geol.) 28- 


Cattleman, riv. 


Pa 


and Md. 


17-828 (Al). 






Castlcmartin, W 


ales 


9-428 (V. 



9-416 (II. 

- Cacrcimon, Wales 9-128 (V. 
-CairocJs, Cumh. 9-412 (I. 

- Coiy, Som. 9-130 (VI. HI] 
25-389b ; 25-3890. 

Jastlecary, Scot, 24-113 (D3> ; 
4-584 (Al) ; 4-5841) ; 25- 
928c. 

- Limestone 25-9 2 8a. 

;astle Coeh, castle, "Wales 12- 

- Col'len, Wales 4-5S4 (B5) ; 



Ire. 14-741 (D2) ; 



of ObliTion, Pers. : see 
ne, castle 
ofGtrcmto, r7ie(Walpole) 



Caid.lereaeb., Ire. (May 

744 (B2>. 
— , Ire. (Roscommon) 



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.6-481a;i ledons 11-2590 ; trait 11- 



-, MATTHIAS ALEXANDE 



CASTRUCCIO CASTRACANI 



STRUM MINER V< 



81-U2e; 20-3i 



iTRO Y BELLVIS, GUI! 



Ltahoulo. dist., La. 17-54 



:ANI, ANGELICA 



CATARRH 6-504c; 20-7!id ; 



L, 83-+S5o; He 



rCHTHETENS- 



CATE-CAYL 



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^THARS 5-Sl.ie: 26-5 



SIR GEORGE 5-517d; 14- 
74c;5-240a;3-505b. 
WILLIAM SCHAW CATH- 



.) 5-437(1; 2t- 



Rock, int., Ariz. 2' 



CATHELINEAU, JACQUES 5- 

iATHERINE. ST {of Alex- 
andria) 5-i2ib ;_4-133b. 

-, St (of Bologna) 5-52*4h,. 

-', St (of 'lUcoi) S-524b ; 25- 

-, ST (of Siena) 5-,124d ; 14- 
903b; 20-7U2n; 10-135d. 

IATHERINE (of Arasnn) 5- 



IATHERINE (DE' MEDICI) 5- 



CATHOLIC 5-532a ; 26-7 7 6t 

— X'ii'i" Suficty 26-i;siie. 
CATHOLIC APOSTOL 



\TINAT, NICOLAS E 



3ATO, DIONYSIUS 5-5: 



—.MARCUS POR01US ( 



-.MARCUS PORCIUS ( 



LIUS VALERIUS 5- 



). 20-13H(E7); 4- 



.18-31S(B3>;24 



26-861b ; 3-6. 



oatylidae 24 - 5 2 5 c . 



:ATS S JACOB 5-5 



tton, Norf. 9-134 (IV. El). 



GAIUS VALER1- 



;attaneo, carlo s-s. 



JATTARO, Aus. 5-5 



;attermolj£. 



IlindilKnsh 13-5141). 
Ca.uohe. Francois 8-370d. 
Cauohoisc, Fr. (Rouen) 23- 

CAUCHOIS-LEMAIRE, LOUIS 

CAUCHON. PIERRE 5-5SSK 
Caueho rubber Z3-799d; 21< 

CAUCHY, AUGUSTIN LOUIS, 



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Uradc1j6c> F». M-T78 <E3) 

27-9B0O. 
CAUDEBEC-EN-CAUX, Fr. B 



CATE-CAYL 

Cavinff sj-Htem (mining) Ifti 



[ERE, EMILIO DEL 1 



. 21-:(B2 (E2 and 



AINCOUHT, ARM AND 



DE PERCEVA1 



— , SIR WILLIAM 5- 



IAWDOH. Scot. 5-587a; 24* 



, JEAN BAPTISTE S. 



9-430 {VI 



I 4-140 

'.fiffit 



. 8-911 (C2); 8- 



CAYENNE, ! 
JAYENNE P 



CAVEDONE, JACOPO 6-; 



, Peru 2-23Bd i Six 



CAYL-CENT 

CAYmS,A.C.P.DET..comte 1 

drastic painting 9-''.GSb. ( 

Carina, Kr. 10-JI8 (E5)i 21- 1 



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AYI.IAN (1 



;2B-5 



;ehegin, s P . B-5! 



ttsm. 



CEILLIER, REMY 5- 



CEDAR RAPIDS, 



t. 25-530 (A-B3)i 



:'3:n„ 



JAZALES, JACQUES 



, JEAN CHARLES i 



ia28-1011ii,17-527a,2S- 



XESTE, MADAME 5- 5 9 9h» 



CELESTINA, 

824a! 25-; 

CELESTINE 



!POinorphae8-S26a; 20-3 
CCROpU 5-S9ia. 



Oearajnirlm. Bmx> 4-110 (K3). 



— HiU, Tei. 26-690 (BS), 



CELESTINE (min.)B- 



fooojia. 



L 6 21.106 (SI). 



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CAYL-CENT 



OeIia<beer)3-6i2b 



Celosia pyramldalis 1 
CELSIUS, ANDERS 



CELTES, konra: 



la#(mfurt 
. ■ i 

English 
r. Hti'ck 

24-41 7c; 
■,., 
Waloa : 


Ccnchnia 12 
CENCI, BE 

CENOBlTEs" 
CENOMANI, 

CENOTAPH 

CENSOR 5-0 
eiai 23-G- 

CENSOR IN U 
CENSUS 5- 

Centaimi, I 

centauhe! 



iENTAURS 5-6 



CENTLIVRE, 



ENTRALIA, III. 5-6! 



:ENTHAL INDIA 5-(IS0b ; 14. 
-_Indi'a Horse (regiment) 18- 
- Mip, N.Y. 19-598 (Q8) ) Ife 



CENT-CHAC 

■tjtrali^ (Austrian party) 3- 



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CENTRAL PROVINCE 



Indianapolis 27 






CENTUMV1HI 6-63Jd ; 23' 

Ci.nt.uria, Wis. 28-740 (AS). 

iria (cavalry) 9-72+a; 23. 



JENTURION (Rom. Emp.) 5- 



CEPHISODOTUS (r 



ZS-MAo; 28-5 



.idao 20-iS61o ; 24. 
.is2Q-:i60d;25-lllb 



CEPHALIC INDEX 5' 



■horda 2S-10:i:!o; 21 
ii 27-10180. 27-1049t 



c 15-4(Ef>). 

silt'," It. 26-212 (E5) 



CERARGYR1TE 5' 



mtidao 26-513b ; 14- 
is 26.543b [ 14-248c ; 



16-824d; 23- 



iidae 2e-S45d ; 14- 2 1 
pilio 7-5 5 id (fig.), 



; 24-79bi 28-5: 



■ B-7(!0o; 8- 



CERDONIANS (p 



PETILLIUS S- 



uid 25-201b; 19- 



— , Neb. 18-324 <H3) 



•f, isl, Ind.0. 1-320 (15) ;24- 



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TSfla (map) ; popnlatlo 



CENT-CHAC 



: Cctatoa, Rum. 23-S 



38-850b ; 22-1 



— , GIUSEPPE 5- 



(ARC US CORNELIUS G 



CETINA,' buTIERR] 



CETTE, I 
CETTJdNl 



CHABAZITE 5- 



iNTES SAAVEDRA, 



CESAROTTI, MELCHIO 



.UIGI PALMA DI 5-7ti7d 
'ABLO DE S-JGSa; 24 

— y 'meneses, gonzali 



CESTI, MARC ANTONIO 5 



CHABRIAS 5-!S6a; 7-9fi!)< 
CHABRIER, ALEXIS E. 



CEROGRAPHY 



ujal, C.A1U. 5-87 So, 



CHAC-CHAN 



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ssss 



__ = __,jla20-575b. 

CHAD, lake, C.Af. 5-786d ; 11- 
99 (AI); S-7S7a (map); 



■111b; 



4-265c 






Chadar (Chaddar) 14-419b. 
Chadargat, Ind;a 14-32c. 
Chada Sri Va3ishthii>utra 14- 

626c. 
Chadburn, N.C. 19-772 (D3), 
Chad Circumscription, div., Fr. 

"-*. 11-99 (Bl)j ll-99b. 
"ON, Lanes. S- 



Cliaflec, Mo. 1B-G08 (G4). 
—.N.Dal;. 19-780 (G3). 
CHAFFINCH 5-S00c; alliet 
;cies 10-353b ; New Zea 
id 1-1200 ; nuptial plum 

„„3 10-226d. 
CHAFING-DISH 5-S00d. 
Chaga, dist., Gur.E.Ai. IS 

T92d; dialect 3-368(1. 
~iagai, India 14-376 (A5) ; 3 

29 lib. 
Chogai, ageiioy, India 3-291e. 



CERTON, 



haddee 



2S-933( 
ey Corbel 
(III. C2). 



, Woi 



Pa. 21-106 

LAURENCE 

v., Arg. 20- 



aiadron group (gcol.) 19-321 
Hhadu, eaves, Mal.Pemii. 1 



ist.. Fers. 14- 86 7 d. 
s, India 7-670d. 
>B. 16-912 (F3|. 



-852 (El! 
: eeeliru 



CHAE REM ON (philosopher) 5- 



788c; 26-J: 



>a 18-1! 



Chap 

Chaeromyces meaiidriformi 
27-323b [fig.). 

CHAE RONE I A (Chacronea) 
Gr. 5-788d; 12-44(1 (D2) 
battle (338 B.C.) 7-962a, 2 
593d, 12-453H : battle 
(146 B.C.' — '" ■ ■■■ 

(86 B.i- ' 



Chae 



pithccus 2 

pa Hi tenia 



■331b. 






Chaetodontidae 26-545c. 
Chaetogaster 5- 7 9 7a. 
CHAETOGNATHA S-78fla : 

321d; 28-10330. 
Chaotnmorpha i-597b ; : 



Chaetona 
Chae' 



2-101d. 
19 23- 4 44b. 
c li-527b. 
'l-527b. 



rnus 11-527& (flg.). 

^ u ^,.„yl!oral-588b. 

Chaetophoraccae l-587b. 

Ch.aet.opl en ra 6-2 50a. 

CHAETOPODA 5-789d ; 27- 
1050b ; 28-1033c ; Arthro- 
poda2-674a; hhistopore 9- 
319c; head 2-675a (figs.); 
proboscis 11-Slld jugs.) ; 
reproduction 23-1 1 7a. 

Chaetopterus 5-795a : 9-316c, 

Cbaetosora a 5-T99e (tig.). 

CHAETOSOMAT1DA 5- 7 9 9c 

Chaetostomvis 6-515b. 

'" ' ' >a5-793b. 

s walk) wT ' 



CbaffarinaB. 

CHAFER (Scarabaeidae) 
799d; 6-GGKb; 6- 669b ; - 
673b ; mandibles 12-419b : 
nervous By s tern 13 -42 lb. 

CHAFF (diet.) B-80Ob. 

CHAFFARINAS, isls., Mor. B- 
800b; 18-851 (Fl). 

Chaff-cutter 1-3 9 6 a. 

Bhaff-outting Machines (Acci- 
deate) Aotl-398c 



:■ ■ : 



...,Si 

24-Glfid. 
iarai, Afg. 15-946b. 

as, Agostiuho da 2! 



igla, China : 

igly, lake, li 
ill). 



7-420 



Chagnaud, L. 27-lOla. 

■"■' ', Fr. 10-778 (G4). 

• grafrcla (gcol.) 21 -8 48a. 
CHAGOS, isls., Ind.O. 5-800d. 
Chagra, riv., Huss. 23-872 (GS). 
CHAGRES, Pan. 5-800(1. 
-, riv.. Pan. 5-618 (C6) ; 20- 
654b. 
Cha, ■ 



Chagual sum 12-71 3d. 
■"'hagu-chion-Dogu, harbour 

Kor.lS-lS6(i.'7). 

lahalatc, Port.E-Af. 25-4BI 

(K4). 

.a liar, vil., TurkeBt. 1-319C. 
Chahar Aimaks, tribe : se. 

Chahar Bagh, gardens, Istahai 

Burjaki ford, Alg. 13 



lai Olial, Port.E.AI. 25-466 
(L-1I5). 

iniehin-obo, China 2' 
(H-I3). 
-■'"- "- : battle (1826) 



Cha: 



Chaidc, P. llalon do : see 

Malon de Chaide. 
Chaidcnoi (people)' see Hei- 

Chai-j'u, Kor. : see Quclpart. 

__. i( 

Chaille-Lbng, C. 19-698c : 

5G0b ; 27-558h ; 21-94»c. 
Chaillexon, lake, Fr. 8 -441c. 
Chaillot, Paris 5-395b. 
CHAIN 5-801b. 

— (knight's) 15-855d. 

— (measure)4-592h; 28-4911 
28-484 b. 

— (mechanics) 17-970a; 1' 
1004d; 17-100Sa. 

— (rope -making) : see Warp. 

— (surveying), Ounter'a 1J 
730a. 



ock, Ntd. 24- 19a. 



__vl3-27d. 
il 2-5 89c. 

India 14-376 (L8>. 



t. 18-31Bb. 



pendale 6-237d ; Hepple- 
white 13-305(1. 
laic (eisteddfod) 9-] 
mirol, lagoon. Me- 
lair o£ Kildare, 
300c; 16-791a. 
- of St Pelev : » 

CHAISE 5- 802 c. 



Char 






iTidu re(ocmer) 

.) 13-492(1. 



o-lisliatrlya, dist., Indii 

Od. 

r, riv., Bal. 14-371 



Chakla 



i, Mii'28-919d. 



Hoslm 



labad, 

Chakmak, iTirlt. 27-426 (E2). 
"laluuaktin, Afg. ZO-fifl7a. 
■, lake, Afg. 14-376 (E-Fl) ; 
2O-420b; 20-657a. 
lakoai, dist., W.Af. 26-1016b. 
MKHATA, India 5-802e; 
14-376 (G4); 19-97b. 

lakwal, India 14-376 (E3). 

lala. Pecu21-271a. 

la-la, pass, Tib. 6-168 (E3). 



Chali 



H. de Ta.lleyr 
of 10-835d; 

Fr. 10-778 (E5). 



r. 18-314d. 



Chalaii 

Ch'alanriake, 
Chalandri, Gr. 2-241 1 

Clialap Dalan,"mt„ Afg. 

Kalsar, Koh-i. 
Chalarodon 16-82 4d;_23-175a. 

Chalo 



l-742d. 



ialasirj 
(B4). 



Chali 



Mao 



12-4 



CHALCEDON, COUNCIL OF 



Chalcidlol, diKt, Syr. J-5tla; 
26-309b; 5-31a ; oaeis- ""- 



igl4-177d. 

iaoidett 14- 180a. 

:is, Gr. (Aetolia) 12-440 

!). 

r. (EliB) 12-140 (C3). 



Chattar-tenlz, Rush. As. 27-420 

<C2). 

-, lake, Russ.As. 27-414d. 

iialk Beck, riv., Cumb. B-41S 

(I. B3). 

- Blufl, Ala. 1-460 (Bl), 
; Chalk drawings 14-325c 
' Chalkeia : see Chalceia, 
Chalk engraving 23-9500. 
"■'■- "" 11-752 (D2). 



Chalco, lies 
-^lake,Me: 



lalcogi-aphical Societ 



CHALKHILL, JOHN B-807a ; 

28-3 01b. 
CHALKING THE DOOR 

(Scots law) 5-807b. 
Chalk Level, Va. 28-118 (C4). 
™ " '" "■~";7-41Gar- 

icnodulw 
rt tea 17-6: 
Clialk Iliver, Can. 20-114 (El). 
Chalk rock S-806a : 20-4IfliL 

See also Chalk. 
— Etonca (mcd.) : see Tophi. 
Chalky, lei., N.Z. : see Dark 

Chalky boulder clay 18-413d; 

19-768d; 19-S27C. 
Chalkydjie (myth.) 9-652a. 
Challacombo, Dcv. 9-430 {VI. 



-SI:, 



Clial 



3-114b, 28-994; 

Si~±"~Se'e also Chald'cc 
-!hurcb(Unlat)l 

■488c. 



CHALLAMEL, JEAN BAP. 



. J aul Amand B-807b. 
Challenge, Pa. 21-10G (E3). 
CHALLENGE (diet.) 5-80 to. 
'■ • 12-505d; of Juroi 



" CHALLENDER " EXPEDI- 
tion S-807d ; 19-210b ; 8- 
'""- ■ ■ l-367a; 



40 8t 



19- 



Cliah 

Clialdaeans (modern tribe) 5> 

548b; 27-427b. 
" Chaldaean wiudoiii " 3- 

llib. 
Clialdaeo-Pahlavi (script) 1- 

Chaldaran, plain, Pcre 

Chaldca, la." ; see Ceritervilk 
CHALDEE(lang.)5-805e: 1 
lid; dictionaries S-lH6d. 
Chaldians, people 7-032d. 

5-5411). 
<.: battle (151 

Chaidoiii ~Sur. 16-94S (D3) ; 

Chale, Hants. 9-420 (III. E5). 

Gobot, Switz. 26-212 

n. 19-465 (CI). 



Challes, Fr. IS- 5 20a ; 
Chalhch, hills, Scot. 23-741(1. 
Challicr, Joseph : see Chalicr, 

Joseph. 
ChalliB, James l-17Td ; 19- 

Cliullis,""lda. 14-2J6 (B3). 
CHALLONER, RICHARD 6* 

ladale, glen, Seot.2-644o. 



CHALMERS, / 



t (of Climie) 3- 



27-4 4 6 d. 



(B3). 

Ohaleiii, t_ . . 

22-724 (D3); 19-4 



Chalfi n Bridge. 111. 14-304"(B5). 
Chalfont, Pa. 21-106 (M5). 
ChaJfont St Giles, Bucks. 16- 

942 (B2) ; 4-729b. 
— St Peter. Bucks. 16-912 

(B2); 4-72Mb. 
Chalgali, India 14-376 (K8). 



-, Sir David P. 2B-57a. 
-, GEORGE 5-KU8C. 
— , GEORGE PAUL 6-809 
8-yilfie. 
-, JAMES (missionary) 

-, James (postal [reformor) 



— , Edinburgh s 

8-939b; French Protestant- 
ism 13-808a. 

— , William 12-27M. 

Chalmers, Ark. 2-552 (C3). 

— , Ind. 14-422 (D3j. 

— Brook, riv., Vt. 19-490 (C3). 

Chalmctte,La.l7-54(d7); 19- 



l'. 2-42Sd. 

... Os 

2-406d ; 

, Are. 20 _. 

aliac, Fr. 10-"784b. 



Chalgrove Fiel 
(1(>43) 12-4< 
Chalia, riv., Are. 20-900d. 
Chaliac, Fr. 10-"784b. 
CHALICE 5-805c ; 8-5810 

Chalicodoma :' see Mason hoc. 
Clialioosis21-871a. 
(ihalicotherium 1-95 3b. 
CHALIER, JOSEPH 5-805d. 
Ohalifert, canal, Fr. 24-588a, 
Chahn, lake, Fr. 15-5G5b. 
Chalina25-724d(ilg.). 



tehl9-339d; 24-745a. 



Cha: 

Chain shot l-800d. 

- "39d; 

La Bochelle 16- 

track tractor 27-119c. 
R5-801b;ll-3C4(Pl.T.); 
lylonian 3-106oj Chip- 



Chalchihnitl (min.) 15-12: 
Chalcia, isl., Aeg.S. : 

Khalki. 
Chalcldes 16-826b ; 23-15 
Chalcidice, dlst., 12-140 ( 

Audrodamasl2-502b ; 



inolobus 6-21 
Chalisgaon, India 

...I ,...!.. 

739o. 
— , mt., Colo. 87- 

: CHALK? ( 



dla 10-167b. 
8-144c. 
12 (F3) 



-923b, 23- 
G58a. 
HALON-SUR-SAONE, Fr. 5- 
8IId; 10-778 (G4); 4-821a; 
19-4 24a. 
:iiaiosse, dist.,Fr. 10-778 (C5) 
16-1540. 
Chulouctte, riv., Fr. 9-S0Sd. 
Chalpaida (m. of Charles Mar- 
ten 5-«42o. 
Chalt, fort, India 12-20d. 



426 <C3) ; 
y 4-782b. 



, ll-6J0b; 

lamps 2-348d ; In England 
9-41 3c ; lithography 16- ' 
786a; mareasite and pyr- 
ites in 17-683rl ; Matthew'- 
theory 17-525d ; organisn 
10-C3id (fig.) ; Portlan . 
cement B-654d ; weUs 28- 
605b, 28.393a, 



Chaiuim,mt.,aoot.24-418(B2). 
CHALUKYA (dynasty) 5- 

812b; 4-188d; 14-400&; 

arohlteotural4-130di ooia- 



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CHAC-CHAN 






£l-6«d. 
Chalukya-'' 

■W6b. 
Chalumeaii 
Chalimti, i 

(Hi). 
Chalupka, 5. 25-i 
Chains, IT. 10-7 

295b, 



>5d J inscriptions 
krama-Kala 13- 
i-43Bd ; 3.204c, 



CHAMBERLAIN (official) 5- 
819c; tiie lord, see Lord 
Chamberlain ; ot England, 



sr 18-292a. 

r., N.J. 19-502 



bcate, Ga. 11-752 (B3), 
sa. 18-600 (Dl). 
nn. 26-620 (F2). 
ticale waters 18-520&. 



Chalvbnn wino 28-716d. 
Chaljk-tau, mts., Turk 

Cham (prophet)': see \ 



— (pseud.) : see Noc, AmSdee 

— lraoe)2-Gld; 2-63a. 



— , riv., , Yenea. 27-989 (A2) ; 
Chania "(kocL) 16-123d; 
Charoaeea 16-1 33d. 



— Bayar 

— Branc 
(D4). 

— ■ porcelain nuittnii'iJJi:. 
CHAMBERLAYNE, WILLIAM 

5-8201. ; »-022a. 
Chamborlon, II ugh (phj-sieiaii) 

inbcrliii, T. C. (geologist) 
■"■■1; 12-58e; -=-""" 
;lm. Can. h- 



-, La. 1 



(13). 



Chan 



in Chamber of Arbitral- 
epnties (France) 10- 



Chamber of. 



see Alaska 






-, John G. 4-350c ; 



iljort (1832-1888) 5 

b. 

Ft WILLIAM 5-821b ; 2 

i. 

ilJiam 5-821b; 21-3Sc 

ue 8- 03 9c. 

been, Ga. 11-752 <A1). 
...jb. 19-324 (F2). 
— , N.S.W. 19-538 (E3). 
— . isl.. Wis. 28-740 (P3). 
CHAMBERS,, (law) 5-S21d 

,I11.14-304(B4). 



i — , Ind. 14-422 <E7). 



Chamari, Sew, fork Ba 

Cbaijianene, dist!, Asia M. 5- 

Lnamarajendra Wodcyar lo- 
ll 7a, 
(.'hamargonda, India : 



rs's Journal 6- 8 2 Od ; 21 ■ 



Goldthorpe 2- 
), Pa. 21-106 (D4) 



ersity 10-797(1. 
■eyi-on, int., Fr. 
; 3-492o. 



rei 



CHAMBAL, rlv., India 5-81 
14-376 (HG); 22-8t!Gb. 
in, conglomerate* 



■e 10-606d. 
ri.Ain. 21-264 
5 (may); 1- 



■ dos mil 
503a. 



155a. 



Chan 



relion, Switz. 26-342 



lambre retrouvee 10-864d. 

iambiT«deKeuinonl0.844a; 

ll-B60d. 
Chatnbre syndicate 2S-933c. 

"' '■--- "' ' ' ip)6-159b. 

Tib. 6-11 



" Chanil 



■' ' 



Chat 



155d, 23-156b, 23-157h, 23. 



CHAMIER, FREDERICK S- 

825b. 
ChamilJ, cape, Gr. 12-424 (E4). 
CHAMILLART, MICHEL 5- 

CHAMlNADE, CECILE6-825d. 
Chamiual 6-llb. 

ADELBERT VON 
,l-7W4b: or. coral 
3a ; on Salpa 27- 

N.Mes. 19-520 

5-8 2 Go ; 

4-798b. 



(Lf'-Eli. 



<D-E: 
CHAM* 



Chamla, va 
amoara, 

Chamois, M 

CHAMOIS i 

'• Chamois ' 

916b. 



5-466 



'ort.E.Af. 

.18-808 (E3). 
8'J6e; 17-5221). 
(destroyer) 2 



Chamoison, Swi 



CHAMOMILE 5-827a. 



„ Wash. 



1 4 Id. 
: see Ennemond, 

Fr. 5-827a; 10. 
; 18-9380. 
isl., PacO. ! set 

(people) 17-707 d. 

20-Z37a. 

Switz. 26-242-(C4). 



21-5 



;>avo. It. 2 



2 (D5). 



Cham 

Cham . . 
27-102 1 



Nid. 19-479 

Chamber, Apostolic : seeAp 

Chamber kiln 5-655a. 
Chamberlain. Ales. Franc 

Trenton graY C Jsl-817b. 
— . Dr C. J. ; Hower and » 

2-14b. 

5-8131) ; I 



n. 24-llJb; 
(Ganjnle), lake, Aby. 



ur-Voueize, Fr. 10- 

: F. M. I 
; Orleani 



Inghan 



— , J. Austen 5-817«. 

— , JOSHUA LAWRENCE S- 



nbord, Can. 22-724 (B2|. 

CHAMBORD, Fr. 5-823b ; 10- 
778 (E4); chateau 5-82Jb, 



S.Uak. 25-506 ■ 
— , late. Me. 17-434 (03), 



242 (C4| ; l-744a. 
Chamoetraea 16-124b. 
Chamostraeidac 16-124b. 
ChamouEset, Claude piarroi 

de23-193b. 
Champ, dist.. Pel's. 3-297a. 
Champa, India 14-376 (K9) 

— , anc. kingdom, Fr.I.C. 5 

84b. 
Champegnac-ae-Belair, Fr. 10 

778 (E5). 
Champagne. Fr. 10-778 (G5|. 
— , dist., Fr. 10-776 (D3) ; 14- 

501b. 

(Ci) ; 4-4 2 8 d'. 
— (Petite), dip 

. .... 
CHAMPAGNE, ,..„, 

827b : 10-778 (G3; 



., Fr. 10-776 

— ;., F 
4-428d. 



3 Moutoc, Fr. 
'se, diet., Fr. 10-776 



Ciiampacny, 1'rancQis de 5- 
82Se. 
-, JEAN BAPTISTE NOM- 



^o; 14- 



Co., 111. 14-304 (DS)! 



CHAMPAIGNE, 



. -4). 

PHILIPPE 

St., Fr.: see 

■ U. Batcmac : 

Cbampajoron, mt., India 14- 
382 (K-LZ0). 

lampaner, India 20-673b. 
^ AMP ARAN (Chumpanin), 

(L6): 
jamiwrty (law) : 

Champ ' Aubert, Fr. ; battle 
(1814) 19-2S2-- "" *"""" 
(plan). 



Loui: 
23-37 3 > 
■enc Que 



Piern 



Cliampcc 

Iticliebourg, oheyaher de 2 
3 J 3d. 
Cliamp de Mara (Mero-ringfc 

Martins. 

de Mars, Pare d 



Pa.cis 20-8 
of Fedcn ' 



nll-1 



Champ Doleoiv Pierre de 8- 



CHAMPkRTY (law) 



Chomplain, canal, N.Y. K> 
831a; 19-5H8d; 27-1027b. 

CHAMPLAIN, lake, N.Am. B< 
tt30d; 19-490 (A3 -2) ; IB- 
596 (Ol) ; battles of 6-8311), 
10-72d, 17-214a; Vermont 
coast-line 27-1025d. 

- epoch (gcol.) 12-53b ; 12- 

- group (geol.) 20-236d. 
-period (gcol.): see Ordo- 

vician system and Cham- 

Chaniple-v-c enamel 9-365d : 9- 



-— ,mts., Utah 2' 



Champoeg, Orcg. 20-241 
Champollion, Eugene 

16-72''- 
— ,JEA 

9-6 7c. 

— Flgcac, Aim6 S-832a. 

— FIGEAC.JACq 11 ES JOSEPH 

)6 (F6). 

— Ery^es,"Paris 20-804 '(CI). 
Champ sosaurus 23- 145 a. 
Champtoceaus, Fr. 10-7 7 » 

(D4"). 
Cham pval Ion, Francois de 

Harlay de : see HaJlay de 

Champyallon, F. de. 
Cliamrajnasar, India 14-382 



■Jiac, Fr. 10-778 (F5>. 
_^nak Jf-'-' " ' ~- " " 
Dardan 



Chanak Kaleh 



(B3); 16-689a, 
Chance, Ala. 1-460 <B4). 

— ' ccvo, Nfd. 19-lfa (D3). 
CHANCE (diet. | 5- 83 2a. 



dioptric light* ; 



Champion, 1 

-..■ j'.. 



Ik'h. 18-372 (C3). 
124 (C4|. 
.11^. 2-960 (A3), 
(defender) 5-8290 

inmil) 10-325C. 
xy, dist., W.Aus. 
nes 2-05 2b. 
18-608 (F3). 
1.28.23a. 



Champiomiiere, Just Luea.s- 

Champkm Race (Flemlngton, 
Anstr.l 13-7341). 

India iB-SRBa. 
SAMUEL DE 5- 
1; Mount Desert 



feodal lords lo- 



ot 88-71 9d j New York state 
28-7280. < 

Champagne Castle (Cathkin 
Peak), int., Drakensberg - 
25-466 (17); 19-352c. 



: Vermont Bottled 
3,'N.Y. 19.596 (Gl) 
11S(F2). 



28-118 (Fi 
19-490 (AS 



6-257b; 15-7620 ; 



261a, 
chancellery r «ee Chancer? 

(diplomacy). 
:liaiicellur, Richard ll-626bj 

23-896a. 
^lianeellor, Ala. 1-460 (D4). 
-.8. Dak. 25-506<H-I4). 
iHANCELLOR (title) 6-832d i 

cathedral 5-520b ; dioeeso 

5-520c, 24-304a, 8-857c ; 



3) 1-8224, 
Chancol screen : see Rood 
CHANCE-MEDLEY (law) 6. 



CHAN-CHAR 



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CHANCERY (law) 
eOib; 9-SOSd; 
poal 2-2Ild; c 



wardship 6-13S 
_ , - 

303d ; 20-698b 



7-6420. ; 
rofPnxx 



,e,Lond. 19 -4 ft 8- 
ha, lake, Per" 



Coanda,IndiaS-837b; 14-383 

(H9). 
CHANDA, dist., India 5-S37b. 



inda Sahib 6-532d. 



CHANDAUSI, 



CHANDELIER 5-S3To. 
Chandeleur, tela., I.a 

(Fi). 
— , sound. Li. 17-54 C 



Chai.derti, gulf, Asia X 

(B3); 2-758a. 
CHANDERNAGORE, 1 



-.ZACHAHIAH5- 



— , mt„ N.1I. 19-4 



— ford, II a 



Chandler ville 
Cham! leas (e< 
Chandler, ri; 

Chaod Miliar 



its. 9-420 (III. 
21-106 (D2). 



i., India 14-382 (F9). 
>OS, BARONS At> 
is of 5-B38d. 
hard OeuvMe, nif 
e Buckinghe 



indos, Queens. 2-960 (G3). 
indpur, India (E. Bengal) 
.4-378 (OS>; 26-1004a. 
India (U.l'.) 14-376 (115). 

radra, ?i'v^ India 14-376 

tn'dra Acharya 24-181a. 

indraKiri, Tiiiiin 14-402c. 

mts.,"Indial9-379a. 

riv., India 14-38-2 (F13) ; 
.'■• ■ 

ANDRAGUPTA MAURYA 
i-SS9b; 14-398b; 14-399a; 

74a; war with Seleucus 

radragupta I. (Gupta ruler] 

.8-730(1. 

II. (Vikramaditya) 12- 



laudra Jha 3-9! 



India 



.!, India 15-112b. 



landur, India 14-382 (H9). 



Mil. 17-828 (F3). 



fu. 
Changa-nad, kingdom, India 

7-9 2a. 
Olia-nuan-tszo, Cliina 6-108 

(lit). 
CHANGARNIER, N. A. T. 5- 

14-376 (I-KS) ; 3-7 39b. 
376(112). : 



CHANG CHUN, KIU (t 

5-840a. 
Clian^-daa, Ivor. 15-1.- 



-Jhinitieliw, The (lliddlc 

and Rowley) 18-llfih. 
Dhauf-eorlife: sec Menopause. 



and Chandc 
— (poet) 2-33c. 
— , SIR JOHN 6-839a ; 

ol 2-SSTb, 



, China (Kiang-si; 
(liwans-Tung) 6- 



, China 
15-1SE 

.6-108-<K5). 



-, synod o: 

(E-F6). 
_.iaiiS-ahn,. 

— Fu, Chii 






lanidao 26-54 lb. 
15-289d'; 22-206 
mnktus, racoVef 



18-5; 
!84 (B2); 



— , WILLIAM E 
1812) S-313d; 1 


LERY fd 

S37a; Trail 


tarianism 27- J 9 
S'iSc: 19--tC3r!.. 


b ; 27 -5 96b 
d. 1SI01) 1- 

ientiat) 10- 


— . William Henry 


(diTine) 5- 


Ch aiming, Mien. 1 
— , Tex. 26-090 (1 
Chamm, India 14- 


-:172 (B3). 

70 (El). 



Chanson dc Bob 



Chanada <3e Coriaeo 



CHANT (sons,-) S-S4«o. 
— , Plain : sv.e. Plain Sons. 
CHANTABUN (Chantab 
fiiam 5-840c : 14-11)8 ((! 
CHANTADA, Sp. 5-846d ; 25- 



i (costume) 15 -82 9a. 
leean (family) 1-811 a. 
l Oglu (bey of Yuzgat) 



Jhanttlle, Fr. H 
" cian) 27-SOBb 



874 (II, D2) 



:and) 23- T Sib. 
J-778 (F4). 
Ln&rfi (phys 



itilly. Lords of 6' 



. M. J. B. i 



JIy,_MlIc ' 

', Ft. 5-817a; 1 

. . . porcelain 5-752i 
— , Va. 23-118 (E2). 

haiitoimOT, Fr. 10-T78 (1)1 
battle (1793) 27-981b. 

Han Iran sia l-50Sb ; l-591i 
l-592e. 

liantre, E. (archaeologist) 
216a; 22-OOoa. 



CHAPBOOKS-Sdfidj 23-81flaJ 

han-daban, pass, China 
120 (112); l-758a. 
■ CHAPE (diet.) 5-S50a. 

au Rouge, rape, Nfd. 19- 



CHAPEL(vel.)6-; 
' ' d 2-398d 
iflc.al 7-6 

— Act 24-46Su 



bist) 5- 



I. D3 



; 21-1 Old. 

fl. 14-122 (E6). 
"o]0! 



CHANUTE, Kan. 5-8 



JhapoIhaU, 
ihapelhill, 

. CHAPEL R , 

"" 772 (C2); 19-llja, 
1, N.J. 19-502 (B3). 
I hill, Scot. 24-418 (Di 
lHiil,Temi,26-020(> 
I, Tex. 26-000 (L5). 



!hma 6-168 (Gl). 
, Nioolai W. 2-320a. 
y.,Sp. 25-530 (Bl). 
ANTOINE EUGENE 



polio. 



; 26-406 
Claude ] 
i . . 



4 (E3) : 

:."HUliet22- 



tpello, Loi 
.at T,oi Chapcnc. 
CHAPT.LLE ARDENTE 5- 

Ci-eek, riy., S.Dak. 

sous-Dun, Ft. 24- 

the Pyx 2; 



—Bo; 



md. ; set 



•A 3t Leo 



Yorks. 28-933 



. CHAPERON (diet.) 5-851e. 
Chapin, Oolo. 6-722 (H2). 
— , fa. 14-732 (D2). 



Chaplaii 

CHAPL; 

Chaplea-_, 

CHAPLIN, HENRY 5-8 



sonl5-503d; Eastward Hoe 

17-7160. 
— , H. C <zc 
— , T. A. (n 

16-470d. 
—.Walter (printer) 8-B42d ! 

22-301b; 4-504e. 
— , W. (poet) 5-I68&. 



Chapman, A)a. 1-160 <G4). 

— , Ark. 2-552 (Hi). 

— , 111. 14-304 (C4). 

— , Kan. 15-654 (El). 

-~, Neb. 19-324 }f»J. 

— . cape, Can. 5-100 (M2). 

CHAPMAN (diet.) S-8S4b 

a™n, S C,« k , a v.,K„., 5 . 

Chapm ail ' 8 night-hawk 27 

Chapmanville, W.Va. 28.561 

ChapoYy, Fr. 17-175d. 



Cbappel, Ess. 9-78 
Chapped, Arthur : 

—', William (bMie. 
— , WILLIAM <i 

Chappell, NcVlV 



CHAPRA, India B-S54d 

376 (1,7). 
CHAPTAL, J. A. C, cm 



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CHAN-CHAR 



Gharadrlus himantopus : sa 

Stilt. 

— morincllus; see Dotterel. 

— phiTialis : Bee Golden plo- 

Charadrus, riv.. Or)" 2-17 »d. 
Charak, Pers. 21-1S8 (B3) ; 10- 

190b. 
Charaka {Indian writer) 26- 



(drug) 13-26-lb ; 3-844a 



S54d; l-7LI0d; 
d) 5- 



CHAPU; China E-855C ; 6-1 

Ch^dtcpe^mt., Mcx. 1 
347b; 18-332c 

Ch j\ r r\ r '"- Dorset - S- 32 " {HI- 
CHAR (fish) 6-S550 ; 24- 



»f Mcscne. 
Charaoinidac 14-318.1; 
54Jc ; swim-bladder 

CHARACTER (diet.) 5-S 



fhiiradriidae : see Plover. 
Churadriifo fines 3-973b 1 3 

ii77c; 20-32Ga. 
Cbaradrioniorphae 20-323O. 
Charadriornitlies 20-3 2 6a, 



CHARCOAL 5-85 

decolourizing aj 
in dyspepsia, ( 

— plate 26-100(ia 
Charcot, .lean B. ( 

CHARCOT, 



MARTIN 



them 



Char 



■8S6d; 
-Lcyden crystals i 



CHAHD. JOHN ROUSE MEF 

riott 5-i*57a. 
CHARD, Som. 5-857b ■ 9-4' 

Chardak, Asia 31. 16-136b. 
Chardeh : see Chahardar. 
CHARDIN, JEAN SIMEON f 



flonnet .and Lender's pro- 

dstock, Dev. 9-430 (VI. 

-c'(carriafre)5-102d. 
CHARENTE,uept., Fr. 5-857(1 ■ 

"-778 <E5); brandy 4-428d; 

v., Fr.' 10-778 (D5) J ; 10- 
CHARENTE - INFERIEURE. 



CHARENTON-LE-PONT, Ft 
» ,, = „__ --,. m , C6) 

rir., Fr. 3-799d. 
r-Cher, IT. 10- 

CHARES funeral) 5-S58d ; 7- 

961d ; 26-991b. 
CHARES (sculptoi 



23.369b I 12-490d 



CHARES (of My tilone) 5-85 



Charforon, mt., Alps 1-7423. 

CHARGE (dici.i 5-85'Ja, 
— (Paris Bourse) 25-033c. 
CHARGE D'AFFAIRES 5- 

859b ; 8-299b. 
Charger (ride) 1-8750 ; 23- 

327d; 23-3$S>b. 
Charges (heraldry) 13 -321a : 
n see also Ordinaries. 

's (steamship 

,w) 5- 

i, pass, C.Asia 14-37G 
[ako,Tib. 6-168 (D3); 
CHARIBERT (Frankish 

ie) 13- 



dation of lands 10-2B»a 
crown 7-5I6a- dalmatieof 9 
Jllb (iig.) j Einhard'9 Lit, 
9-135a j empire : see Caro 
Ilngian Empire; Frisian* 
subjugated 11 -2 34c; Gallicar 
liturgy suppressed 16-7971) 
Harun al Kashid and 5-45e 
5-2S4a; Hamiliariitir '" 



1 10-548d; military 
2-39Sa ; name 2fi- 
palace at Ingelliei 



; 10 -805b. 



7-31 5c 



CHARING CROSS, Lond. 5- 



Hospital, Lond, U 
P 5-860a; 5-401c 



390c, ll-445d. 



Cliaritcs (myth.) 
Chanties and 

State Board of 
CHARITON (Grc 



luthor) { 



ton, Ii 



CHARITY AND 



14-732 (D3). 

1-732 (D4). 

Mo, 18-608 (D2j. 

"' """ ""CITIES 

^iplc 7- 



CHARIVARI (dirt.) 5-H91b. 

' eriodicnl) 7-S49a ; 5-333. 

Jul, CAsia 27-420 (C4' 

'41a, 27-1 7 2a. 

ka, India 14-376 (K5). 

■Kadd (costume) 21-193. 

CHARISHARI, state, Indio, i 



CHARLATAN (diet.) 5-891c 

larleeote Wariflck. 9-420 
(III. P2); 28-343(1, 2-418o ; 



npcror) 5- 
9-92 4b ; 



charities 6- 8 7 id j 



796c; S alio 1 
68d: Saxon 
267b; silkt 



wagne 2-32b ; Koland legend 

a3-4Sla; Spanish '"■--' 

25-5SIM ; Vincent 

vais 28-91a; I- 

Charlemagne 11-i 

tdso Chansons de ,.._.-,.,,. 
CHARLEMAGNE, JEAN AR- 

mBndS-897b. 
" M^ioai 18 *™ 6 " (1 ' attJesh, P> 
CHARLEMONT, JAMES 

Caulfield, earl of S-897b ; 10 

525d; 13-3J9b. 
— , Hugo 20-513c. 
— . J. (boxer) 4-352a. 

- -t-744(E2). 



■Mill). 



—.Mass. 17-8.'. _ , , 

— Fort, Ire. 27-SflOo. 

CHARLEROI, Eclg, 5-897c ' 
e69 G8 s 31 oJl'- 00al "' ie,d , , 3 ' 
ll-180d ; Wate?fe?o " cam. 
paigti 28-3730. 

CHARLEROI, Pa. 5-897o; 27- 



1028b7 -<---,- 

- 1, and II. of Anjon : si 
dories I. a ,nd II, of Kaplc 



bi k: 



.fW 



ino) 2-252c; 10- 



- (Charles Augustus, o 
Augustcnbnrgl 26-21rta. 

- (KARL LUDWIG, Austria,! 
arohduke) 5-935b; 12-790 

.v." , : !~' ,: . ' " 



- (Charles 
fcadon) 3. 

— (Qiarles 
15-67 9b. 

— (Charles Theodn- 
" ".avaria) 3-5 



of 



;s William, 



- (Charles Thoodoro, princo 

- (Charles Alexander, ol 
Bayreuth) 13-576e. 

- (cardinal, of Bourbon) 10- 
831c; 10-831d; 10-S32I>. 

- (duke of Bourbon) 22-250b. 
-(OF BRITTANY) 5-932dl 

10.820b; 8-B48C. * 



nis XL 10-KSlb, Sl-SSTd ; 

■iss war 26-251d; tomb 

j496dj Yorkisfa helped 

— |<of Calabria) 10-533a ; 11- 



III. (o£ Naples). 
- n. («■ the Buld." emperor) 
6-807d; 10-8Ilc; Biblo27- 
326a ; capitularies 5-28/ 



— IV. (emperop) 5-898d; 9- 
927b; il-84Sa: Bohemia 
*\\? na ':. Brandenburg 4- 



Slena 25-5 l_. 
CHARLES V. (empcror)5-899c: 
9-354CJ ll-851d, Ateerian 
expedition l-650a ; bull- 
iighter 4-789c ; Castillan 
rising 20-44411 ; council of 
Tront 27-247o; election as 
emperor 9-17Cb; English 
relations 9-52Bc, E8-779c; 
French relations 10-826c ; 
Ghent 11 -920b ; Golden 
Fleece 15-802a; in Italy 15- 
41b; Medici family 18-35d ; 



- VI. (emperor) 5-905a; 3-9b; 
ll-8Bla ; Belgium under 3- 
674c J Golden Flcoee 15- 
862h ; Hungary under 13- 
914d ; Naples 14-583b ; 

Hipperda's embassy 23- 
365d ; Hussian relations 21- 
291a; Spanish Suecession 



a Z3& of st G fi«rgo 15-Mfila 

— (OF FLANDERS) 5-A33fi 
10-479a. 

— J- ""d "-(of France) 5-916i 

— III. (ol France) E-B16d - 1( 
812d; 21-179a. 

— IV. (of France) 5-917a : 1( 



cards T5-325a. ■ ""'"" 

4S0a;. Burgundy 21-387e ; 
Coenr6-645b; Joan of Arc 
1'-' ■ , I ■■ ■. i. - . , 
i?'JSEI c » l J oitiers acquired 



-VIII. (of France) 5-921ftj 
10-825b; I tahan expedition 
15-40a, f-SS4a, 10-536d, 19- 
J84d ; papacy 20-707o j 
Pcrkin Warbeck 28-316dI 
plot against 6-7 74b. 

- IX. (of France) C-921b ; 10- 
829b; Froyence 22-505dj 
baint, Bartholomew 23- 
1017b. 

- X. (of France) S-921d ; 10- 
864d; 4-325 (table); 10- 
865a ; comparison with 
Louis XVIII. 17-48C ; duel 
with Conde G-842b- Fontan's 
attack 10-H07b ; Jesuits 15- 

- ((diaries Martel, Frankish 
ruler) : see Charles Martel. 

- (of Gelderland) ll-556d ; 2- 



-337a; 14-777c; 24-449c ; 
rmy 2-612a; Bulstrode'a 



18-485d; Monlrosei8-793c; 
navy 19-303C ; papacy 28- 
708b ; parliament 20-842d ■ 
portrait 2-670d; ship-money 
24- 982b; statue 24- 500a, 
tSV« also Great Rebellion. 
-II. (of Great Britain) 5- 
912b; 9-539d; 24-450d; 
14-7730 ; Hombay acquired 
4-184e; boroughs 4-271d; 
Bulstrode s memoirs 4-7!)5d" 
gunyan's praiso 4-805a; 
Catherine of Braganza 5- 
531b ; Catholic contedcracy 



do la Cloche 16-fiOd; LaudT- 
dalo 10-279e ; Marveli's 
satires 17-S06d ; medals 18- 
4d; miniature 18-526 (PI. I 
ng. 8) ; navy 19-304a, 24- 
cee ~- Nell Owyn 12-750cl 



CHAR-CHAT 



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Saotoverell'fl oppoeitioa 23 
Vila; Worcester 12-420b 

yachts 28-8900. 
CHARLES (CHARLES ED- 

ward, of Great Britain); ser 

Charles Edward. 
' ■ " " sel) 13-4103 



458b: 



457d. 



n-Sisrmai 



9 Frederick, c 



Si 

806b. 

— (Charles Peter, of HolBtein. 
Gottorp) : see Peter III. (ol 
Russia). 

— I. (of Ilunsary) 5-922o : 13- 
904o; 15-421d. 

— II. (of Hungary): set 
Charles III. (of Naples). 

— I. (of Lorraine) 5-934a ; 17- 
10a: 5-381d; claims Frank- 
ish throne 10-8 13d, 13-3581). 

— II. or I. [of Lorraine) 5- 
934a; 17-10d. 

— III. or II. (of Lorraine) S- 
934b; 17-lla; 6-498b ; 10- 



of Trent 7-400»: Meudon 
chateau 18-311d. 
— (PRINCE OF LORRAINE) 



— II. (of Mantua) 12-23Ga : 
19-457 b. 

— (of Mecklenburg -Streb'tz' 
17-1020a; 17-S2d. 

— I. (0/ Monaco) lS-S85b. . 

— III. (ot .Monaco) 15-865d; 
13-685a. 

— (of Miinsterberjrt 4-127d. 

— I. (of Naples and Sicily) 5- 
923a; Z1-3S1I); cru*adi 
7-5ilc, 7-jI5a; in Italy 10- 
532a, 15-35b, 19-183c; 
Malta aequired | 17-51 lc: 

22-504d j 



Romo23-675a 



— II. <uf Navai-reJ 5-924b ; 25- 
572a; claims French throne 
9-502b. 

— 111. (of Navarre) S-D 
25-572a. 

— IV. (of Navarre) : 



S03il. 

— (of Rimini) (d. I 
Malatosta, Carlo. 

— (OF RUMANIA) 
23-829d; 23-838d 

— (Charles Albert, & 

Charles Emmanus 
Felix. 

— 1. (ot Savoy) 24-i 
256. 

— II. (of Havoy)24-i 

— III. (of Savoy) 
24-236 ; 11 -590a ; 



— (Charles Aleiander, of Saxe- 
Weimar-Eiseaach) : see 
Charles Aleiander. 

— (Charles Frederick, of Saxe- 
Weimar-Eisenach) • set 
Cbariei Fredariot, 



Charles I. (i 

Charles V. (i 

— II. (of Spai 



IV. [of Spain) S-926c ; 4 
127 (Table): 25-553b. 
lofStyria)3-Sb; 12-7S9b. 
VII. (of i" ~ •"" '"" 



— XL (of Sweden 



s 2-46d. 19-242d, 21 



-(OF VALOIS) 5-936d; i 
57d ; in Aragon 5-92Sd ; 
Florence 10-532d ; in Sici 



-(OF VIANA) I 



CHARLES. 

937b. 
— , J. A. C. 5-9370 ; 14-I63b : 

l-262d. 
— . Itobert Henry 88-887.1, 
— , THOMAS S-937c; 6-77c. 
— , William 5-334d. 
Charles, cape, Va. 16-836d : 

.-■ - i 
—, iel., Can. 5-160 (03). 
' '.Conn. 6-952 (C5). 

, Ire, 14-744 (C5) ; IS- 

;6 (A-B4). 



324d. 



— , lake. La. 16- 9 Ob. 
— ,mt„ Ire.a-4130. 
— . riv., Mass. 17-852 (E2) ; 4- 

292a, 
— , riv., R.I. 23-219 JB3). 

' 'ALBERT (of Sot- 

256;'army2-622E 



Mev 



4-9 13c 



ic 1 plot 



— AUGUSTUS (of Saxo-Wc 
mar) 5-939C ; 4-8631 
Goethe 12- 183d. 

2harlcB City. la. 14-732 (El; 

— City, Va. 28-118 (E-F3). 

— Cltv Co., Va. 2S-11 
(E-F3). 

— Co., Mil. 17-828 (E-F3). 

— Creek, riv., Mont. 14-2! 

DHARLES EDWARD ("tl 
Young Pretender ") 5-940< 
13-295c; Flora Macdona 



lS-llfld. 

- Emmanuel IV. (of Sardin 
24-255d; 24-217b; 24-2; 

-EMMANUEL L (of Kav(.. 

S-942b: 24-256; 10-940d ; 

15- 4 2 a. 
-Emmiraisl II. (of Savoy] 

24-255b ; 24-256. 

- Emmanuel III. (of Savoy) ! 
see Charles Emmanuel III. 
(of Sardinia). 

- Felix (ol Sardinia) 15-480 j 
21-256: 24-aiTb. 



i Frederick (of Sax 
- Etsenaeh) 2 



'.ot tho Palatinate; 
Bderiek, order of 15- 



Wei 

2CJa. 
-Louis 

20-59 5< 
Juries F 

863 d. 
Carles Louis, mte, 

487 <B2) ; 19-4S7b 
IHARLES MARTEL 

10-8l)8b; B-3Slc; 

ism 10-298d ; 

tribos subdued 

legends 5-S9fla, 11- 

s Martel " (b 



4-902b. 



(CM) 



it., 111. 14-3( 
.), Order c 

ip (of the Pi 



cs the Bald : see Chi 
i Bold : see Charlcf 
a Child 13-957b. 



— the 



-, Okla. 8 



CHARLESTON, S.C. 5-943 



Chorlt 

■the Simple: see Charles IF 
(of France). 

larloaton, Ark. 2-552 (B2). 
-, la. 14-732 (F4). 
riARLESTON, 111. 5-943a 
14-304 0>i). 
, Mc. 17-434 (C-D3). 
-, Mies. 18-600 (111). 
-, Mo. 18-608 (G5). 
-, Nev. 5-8 (I'D. 
— , N.Z. 19; G 2-1 (C4). 

tion (1860) 27-704d. 4-71C 
earthquake 8-818a; hop 
race 13-734d; Huguei 
church 22-2flla ; jetty hi 
bour 12-936d; siegea 
S22b,3-599a, 22-640o. 



8 (F3). 
" (ship) 25-597. 
isociation 3-377-. 
:o., S.C. 25-500 

Ind. 14-498 (F8). 
WN, m i£i 



(D4-E3). 
harlestowr 
-, Ire. 14-7 



4-2 91 a 



L'W; 



CharloBworth, Derby. 28-93:- 

(B3). 
CHARLET, NICOLAS TOUS' 

saint 5-9450 ; caricaturos 5- 

332c. 
Charleton, Walter l-932b. 
Cliarleton, Dev. 9-430 (VI. E3) 
— , pt„ Can. 22-724 (E2). 
CHARLEVILLE, Fr. 5-945d 

10-778 tm). 
— , Iro. 14-744 (C4) ; 7-157d. 
— , Queens. 2-960 (H5I. 

— Jnnction, Ire. 14-744 (C4). 
CHARLEVOIX, PIERRE 

Francois Xavier de S-B46a 

CHARLEVOIX. Mloh. 5-946b 

18-372 (E4). 

— Co., Mich. 18-372 (E-F4). 



— Hope, Va. 28-118 (E4>. 



Fr. 10-778 (G4) 



Charlieyille, La. 17-54 (CI). 
Charhmh Free Church l-SB5o. 
Charlock (bot.) 7-52Ib; l-398b. 
Charlois, HoUerdam 23-Tr" 



— (of France) 10-82 

— (of Mecklenburg. 

— (olMemineenJ 
924d. 

— (of Savoj-^-^eld. 

— ^Charlotte Aid« 
Saxc-Moiningeu) ; 



18-3**21) ; 17- 

10-844(1. 



,-ed.en 



ind Xor 



— , 111. 14-304 }m). 
— , Mich. 18-372 (F7). 
CHARLOTTE, N.C. 5-9. 

19-772 (B2); cotton t 

7-267c, 7-294d. 
— , N.Y. 19-590 (C2) ; 

— , Ten'n. 26-620 (Dl). 
— , Va. 28-118 (D31. 
— , Vt. 19-490 (A3) 

— ) harD., Fki. 10- 
— . isL. Pac.O. ; ; _ 
:. 19-596 



■485d. 



— . riv., N.Y. 19-596 (F3). 
— Anialle, W.I. 24-49a. 



Charlottenberg, Swod. S 

1B2). 
CharlottenboiB', palace, C 

CHARLOTTENBURG, G 
946c : 11-808 (D2) ; 



■.sceunde.r Virginl 



-, Mass. 17-852 (C-D2). 
-, Oson. 20-416a. 
-, Wilts. 9-420 (III. C3). 
-, is!.. Can. 5-100 (OS). 
-Abbots, Glos. 9-4*i0 (II 
C3>. 

- City, Mass. 17-852 (C2). 
-Co., Ga. 11-752 (D5). 
-Depot, Mass. 17-852 ( 

D2). 

- Heiehta, Md. 17-828 (D3' 



l. 9-430 (V 
bnmb. 9-412 
. 9-42* (IV. 



— , Ger. 18-310 (plan). 

CHARM (diet.) S-947a 
letsl-B99b;evileye 
fotashism 10-295b ; g 



Cbarraey, SwiU. 26-242 (C3). 
Charmian, Pa. 21-106 (H6), 
Charmtdts (Plato) 21-81 Id. 



minoretB, IIyde^ 

. 17- 12b. 

Dorset 9-420 (III, 



CHARNAY, (CLAUDE 



Joseph ll-472c ; 14-493 



2S0d. 
(C3-D'2) 



CHARNOCK1TE 5-94 



— , Fr. (Yonne) 28-(l23b. 
Charog, C.Asia, 2O-420c. 
Charoi, lake, Tib. 2S-924d. 
Cliarolais (Cliaroloie), Charlc 



— ■ (Burgundian herald) 

Cliarolais, disL, Fr. 5-948. 
— , nits, IT. 10-778 (G4) 
777d. 
i CHAROLLES, Fr. 5-948a 

778 (G4). 
. CHARON {myth.) 5-948b 



10- 



J19b; 12- 

Cbaroxi', V, Baron l-652a. 
Charon (zool.) 2-306a. 
CHARONDAS 5-913b ; lanu 

12-5021). 
Cbarondoa, tribe 8-28a. 
Charonia, caves, Asia M. : see 

Plutonia. 
Cliaronne, Paris 20-804 (F2). 

Charontidae 2-300a ; 2i-38a. 

CharoB (myth.) 5-948b; ^zi- 

Charost, duke and marquess 
of : _ see under Rethnne 

Charoat, Fr. 10-778 (F4). 
Charpontaer, Alexandre 24- 

511b. 
— , FRANCOIS 5-948C ; l-103o. 
—, Gustavo 8-275o. 
— de Cossiguy, Julea FrangoU 

l-307d. 
Cbarcni; see. Jerked boot. 



Cliar roads 5-827b. 

Cliarroi de Ntmes,Le. 12-693d. 

CHARRON, PIERRE S-9*8d ; 

Fr. 10-778 (K4); 

1-505<L" 



■ CHARRUA, 
col oil " 



25-19 



le 5-949c ; 

" . Ura 



lid; 



27-807d. 
Charsadda, India 14-622a. 
CharsHeld, Suft. 9-42* (IV. 



CHART 5-919d ; 



; early nao 19- 
i (diet.) 20- 



„-G (C2-1); 4-387C 
. Charts d'Oteroun des jugge- 
snfa c!c la mier. La 24- 
_.;5d. 

Charter, Rhod. 25-466 (E3) : 
"",-260 (C3). 
list., Rhod. 23-260 (E2). 



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! Charysh, riv., Russ.Aa. 

" , Christian ethics 9-822c'f~13- "Tl-loiot''''"' 

t>._ loobj _" y U^ 1 & Ch ££?]fi$?t\ 

ne, FrTlO-7 
Fr. 10-7 



-, 1'redcriek Hen 



CHARTERED' COMPANIES 5- 

French 10-aaad ; "l 
scheme 10-S4(lb ; Pi 
__gucse 22-loOu. 



r_hc, Yorks. 13-8701). 
n-llen'dip. Som. 9-"i30 (VI. 



CHARTER-PARTY 5-fl 



CHARTERS TOWERS, Qucc: 



CHAR TIER, 



CHASUBLE ! 



CHAR-CHAT 



31-100 (L6). 
28-118 tCii. 

[nil. O. l-957d. 



, Plitij-Earle l-056a. 

, SALMON PORTLAND 5- 



Mias. 18-600 {El). 



) 21-177 



etaUwork)5-950d. 
l. 18-550 _(DR). 



CHATEAU 5' 

— Ausone (wine) 28-7231). 

-- Batailley (wine) 28-7221). 

<K-F2). BOlfllr ' W-i - SB ' 5 *' 

Chateaubourg.Fr. 10-778(DB) 

, CHATEAUBRIAND, FRAN- 



CE. Cand, LucIIe 
Franchise de 



resilience 5-902d. 
HATEAUBRIANT, Fl 
962c; 10-778 (D4) ; 



Fr. 10-7 
It., S.Dak. 25- 



CHATEAU-RENAULT.FRAN- 



CHATEAUROUX, MARIE 
Anna de Mnilly-Nasle, dneh- 
esae de 6-96M ; 10-848a. 

CHATEAUROUX, Fr. 6-0U4a ■ 
10-778 (E4). 

Ckateau-Saliiis, Ger. 11-80S 

eau Smith -Haut-Lafite 

CHATEAU -THIERRY, Fr. 5- 
nfi 41>; 10-778 (F3>; battle 
ill) S-96.1e; Charles the 
nploS-917a. 
convert, forest, Fr. 



5-480 <B4); 
Pac.O. 6-6b; 



-, str., Alak. 1-172 ( (M4): 
fund) 6-5d. 



itoble 
(K3). 



LUSU,, 



,dlily6-6d;l3- 

CHATliLON' (ftmny)* 6?7a'j 

late de ll-147a. 

ard do Coligny, duke 

:tier Ae 6-7a. 
ueadelO-8'eb. 
i. Bole. 3-UG8 (04). 
Drome) 10-778 (Gfl). 
Gironde) : see Caetil- 

Seine) 10-778 <B6). 



mtilton-de-Michaille, Fr. 10- 
778 (G4). 

laiillon-sur-IndrQ. Fr. 10. 
"" (E4). 

lon-sur-Loiro, Fr. 10-778 



Chat 

CHATILLON-SUR -SEINE, Fi 
'" "- ; 10-778 (G4); ,i. z 
of 1814 10-SfiSc, 16 



CHARTISM 5-U 



1. 15-651 (E6). 



Chatla, fen, India 



CHARTREUSE 



, .William : see Saw 
itton, Kent: see. Chart 



Chassfll," Midi. 18-372 (E3). 
CHASSELOUP - LAUBAT, 



Won 5-477d j David II. o 
Scotland 7-8G0a; donioi 
10-OS2d (/i S .) j siege (1B03 

Chateaugay, N.Y. 19-596 

-<&;%%$?? *- Y - 19 - 5a 
CliiHeaugiron, IT. 10-778 (D3 
CHATEAU-GONTIER, Fr. 5 

963a; 10-778 <r>4). 
Chateau Luflt.fi (wine) 28-7231). 

(FH) ; 2i-378b ; 



CHATELET, Puria 6-la :' hi 
he 3-484d. 

ielBuyon. Ft. 22-671d. 
:ollei)ie 5-9(14d. 
*llcrault, Francois 
rarhon, duke of 6-ld. 



lao (people) 23- 
India 14-382 (L10). 



Ales 



'Ihe, 



CHASSERIAU, THEODORE i 






neillant 
Mont 



tei. Jean 15-34M ; p 
; CHASTELARD, PIERRE 1 



r. 10-77 

Jothaohil 

latoauncuf, marquises o[ 24 

-, Francois de Castagnore 
abbe do 28-199" 
-, LA BELLE 5. 
-.M-A.de: .we 

dc Onatoamfeiif.*™ 
i&tcau Xeuf, Fr. (Bay 

ittunW, Fr. (Cote 

(tore) 10-7 



<B3) ; 11-213(1 : populati. 

11-213U, * 

hatclua, Fr. 10-778 (F4). 
hatenay, IT. 10-77R <B6). 
h&tenois, Fr. 10-77S (03). 
Hater, riv., Rutl. 9-424 (I 

lialneld, Allen 14-182d. 
hatileld, Minn. 18-550 (E7) 
-, O. 20-20 (D-1J3). 
hat-Ci arris, Bcch. 25-4 
(F-G2). 
hatham, John Pitt, 2nd e; 

-, WILLIAM PITT, 1st ei 



ndie : see 
rapid. Can. 20- 

.-.. -an. 20-114 (B2), 

CHATSWORTH, Derby. 8-7b I 
9-416 (II. D3i. " ' 

-, 111. 14-304 (D3). 
-, N..I. 19-502 (C-D41. 
-, Queene. S-960 (04). 
hatswoith ETit 18-475 . 

10-540 



(Bl) ; 



10-5 



^e Ducloa. 



CHATHAM, ( 

19-405 (CI) 

CHATHAM, <L 



i. (N.Br.) 6-5e; 
l (Out.) 6-5d ; 



7-24Sd. 
— |Fi 



(liar 



ne) 10-7 



-.III. (Whitceid 

Stcrhne, 
CHATHAM, Ken 



6 il-752 (A4); 
ia. 11-752 (B3). 



CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. 6-73: 
20-620 (I'2) ; battles 0-Sb, 

t»tW, Wash. 28-354 (H2). 

HATTEL 6-Ha ; fixtures 10- 
4olb; personal 3-944d j 
real 14-2c ; trover 27-314&. 

hatterer (Ampelis gaiTulna)! 



— , Fr. (Pny-do-D6ino) 



I3Ib, 15-738d; 



■ CHATTERJI,BANKIMCHAK. 

dra 6-9b. 
— ,P. 8-831a, 
Chattertoy, Staffil. 27-41 0b. 



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CHATTERTOTi, THOMAS 6- 



Cheffing, Peru, 24-593b. 



IHELMSFORD, FREDERIC 

Bih-ec, 2nd baron 6-l!lp • 9- 

:helms&rd."ca.it 19-465 (CI). 
JHELMSFORD, Ess. 6-24b ; 



CHAUCER, GEOFF! 




CHAUDES-AIGUES 



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CHAT-CHER 



ChemehneviB, vaL, Ariz. 2-511 

(A2). 
CHEMICAL ACTION 6-26b ; 

6-40(1 : 10-613b. 

— alUnity 6-39d. 

— combination, laws of 6-iOa. 

— compound 6-813a ; 6-40a ; 
2-872a ; Becher theory 3- 
603b : Boyle theory 6-34c ; 
Dalton theory 7-7_78p ; " 



offor_ 



' II i . , ; 



in 26-8' 



15-8 



Prom 



— engine 10-417C 



see Chemical 



6-36b; 2-87 4a 



r. 10-778 (Dl). 



Chemins de fee helleniques, 
Soeicle des : see Societe &c. 

Chemlotaxis : see Chcmotaxis. 

ChemiotropiHm 7-71 rid. 

Chemist (diet.) 21-357a. 

CHEMISTRY 6-3:Sa; l-519a, 
analytical ! see Analysis, 
Chcraiual i bibliography 6- 
75d: bureau of (U.S.) 1- 
422d ; crystaUoeraphy 6- 
■' ' ■ lo-22c; 



optica! 6-69o ; organic 8- 
47c ; physical 6-65c j prin- 

— rfnstiti'terf 25-3130. 
Chemistry of Agriculture (Lie- 
big) 21 -831c. 
Chemmia, L'.Egy, : see Akh' 



■ i- 
-iB 1 ju3S) 26-855u. 
., Ger. 6- 7 6c. 
iitzia7-132b. 
jab (deity) 18- 33b. 

56c 

.._.,_..nll-3 

pi, bay, MaLArch. 17-166 

itioook, lake, 

■2). 

, Me. 17-J 



Me. 17-134 (02). 



Chemung, C 

— ,111.14-3' .. 

— , N.Y. 19-586 (D3). 
— , riv. Pa. and N.Y. : 
(D3). 



-Co., N.Y. 19-596 (D3). 
~ emung group (eeoL) 8* 

li-efna. 



, .iv.. La. 17-54 (bG). 

CHENEDOLLE, C. J. UOULT 

■ " ■" " ;9-2. r " 



Chen-feng, Cliina 6-16S (1 
•'Yen Fu 6-KL'7d. 

i-etig-I. (Chincso writer,: 

1107) 6- 227b. 

leag, China (Ho-nan) 6-168 

(i:0; a-ios (id. 

-, China (Hu-nan) 
CHENG (musical 
77cjl3-()B0c. 
lengal 17-472C. 
lensam, India. 14 

406 (LlV 
_.ieng-Chi-lunG 6-1 
Chcnghans, Tib. 2 






6SJE41 
i (K4). 



-Eiang Fu, China 6-168 



Chen 

(G5). 
heng-Kiang-hai, lake, China 

6-168(05). 
Cheng-Kow-ting, China 6-108 

(n3). 
Chens-Ku, China 6-168 .'113). 
~ Erais, China 6- 1 (J3(G5). 



Chen 



■H30d. 
a, China ( 



Chcng- 

Clieiig-te (porcciai 

Cheng-te Fu, Chin: 



-168 (HI). 



na 6-16S 
-168 <GS). 



CHEOPS 6-8l)o ; 3-868o ; a 
builder 8-70a, 9-81o ; librar 
16-545d ; pyramid 22-684o 
statuette 9-66d, i-SSa. 
leops, pyramid, Egy. 4-95 
(A3). 

lepachet, R.I. 23-249 (Bl). 
-, riv., R.I. 23-249 (Bl). 

Chepangs, tribo 19-379e. 

Chepo (Mongol chief) 15-317b, 



liron (Khafre, Khafra) 6- 
: ; 9-81c ; library 16-S15d; 
.■amid 22-681d, 9-81c ; 
....tue 9-66d. 
Chephren, pyramid, Egy. 4- 



-(Bayano), riv., 
6Sih. 
hepop, Fr.I.C. 14-4 



i [D-E3). 
Bucks. : 

872(H4). 



729e ; geology 18-728b. 
Chcptel (French law) 16-160b. 



740 (U2) 
CHEQUE 



3-349d; 

houae6-477a:in: 



, bay, Wis. 2 

fi-112o. 

2S-740 (C2). 



Chemung group (geoL) 8-I26di 

ll-67l>d. 
Chen, India 14-376 (Q6>. 
"■--- 12.249b; 



6-923 CA3) 



Chen (goose) 12- 

Chona- Alsk. 1-472 (12). 
Chenab, OanaL India. 14-850d, 
— , colony, India 6-77a- 
CHENAB, riv.. India 6-77a; 

14-376 (D5). 
— , Lower, India 82-656b. 
Chenal, La. 17-51 (a:" 
— , riv- BeLCong. 6-i 

B-9160. 
Cbenalopeil2-243a; 24. .... 

— aegyptiaca : see Egyptdan 

— ^nbata a4-837a. 
Chenangtafl 17-47 7 b. 
Chenango, riv, N.Y. 19-596 
(E3). 

— Co., N.Y. 19-596 (B3). 

— Forks, N.Y. 19-596 (E3 
Chenavard, P. 3. 18-85c ; 

Chenay, (ort, FT. 23-5 4a 
Cben-cbl, China 6-168 (14) 
Chen^how, dilna 6-188 
Chen-obow-tu, China 6> 



Obfae, Swite. 26-949 (At). 



b ; 6-1 85 d. 
LUig6-197c; 1B-716C. 
i, failg, Fr.Cong. 20- 



Chen hyperboreuH : see S 



-, MAR IE- JOSEPH BLAISE 

ds6-70c;ll-141b : 8-5 15a. 
Meniere Bayoii, riv., La. 17-B 

(d7-S(. 
denies, Bucks. 16-942 (B2). 



— , 111. 14-S04 (D3). 
CHENONCEAUX, Ft. G 

-.0-778 (B4). 

, Chateau of. Ft, 2-4I3d. 
Chonopis atrata^ see Black 



CHENbPODtUM (Goose-foot) 
6-80b; S-147r- *" ""- 
(fig.). 



Bucks. 4-7 30d. 



-, kingdom, India : 



Cheramau 
mler) « 
216b. 

Cher; 



18^?39c.' 



^Russ. 23-872 (E4); 



Alg. 1-043 (C2). 
ir.ni30N, MaLArch. 
15-284 (C2) : 1B-200I 
Chcrical (dynasty) : see 



CHERIB0N, : 



S72 (D5) ; 



Cliciik, tribe 15- 
Cher ill ov, Unas. 

18-616C. 
Chorimai, mt., MaLArch. 6- 

Cheiii'noyet 7- 668a. 



t 9-424 {IV.E4); 15- 

28-1 IS (G3). 

jp, Dev. 9-430 (VI. 



CHERKASY (Cs 

" 13d ; T~ - 

■937b. 



Dev, 9-430 (VI. 

n. 9-430 (VL HI). 

16-475(1 (ils.). 

I'tuas. 27 -453b. 

a/c-L-ITj 



lerlieaaes, tribe 6-380b ; 5- 

548b;15-935a. 

lerlsley (Joiirt, residence, Sur. 

16-012 (C3). 
_ .ierl : see Churl. 
Cherla, India 14-382 (I. 10), 
'"' teria sedoiries l-753b. 



,;%™ 



s. L758 



'M72(B-CS). 

muruiic, L. 26-3261). 
Cheraaya, riv., H.uss. 7-449b 

24-707o ; battlo 7-453b. 
Cheinaya sotuia : ,iee Russian 

People, Union of the. 
Chemetidia ; see Boot- 



Cheri 



^len-pien-tii 
(F5i. 



Chen-piTig, China (Kwang- 
Tung) 6-168 (K5). 
lenrossl: eeellornedm 
aiung, China 6 



i, China 6-168 
9-7T3 (A4). 



progne : 






uraseo. Peace of : 
.Treaty of 10-837C. 

CHEHAT, India 6-8 2a. 

~ieraw S.C. 25-500 (E3). 
lerbadnng, mt, Alpsl-744c 
lerbaniani (Boleapuiii), reef, 
Lac-Is. 14-3SZ (U-E13). 

CHERBOURG (Carusbur), Ft. 
6-82a; 10-778 (D3) ; break- 
water 4-477b; Hundred 
Years War 5-924d, 19-751C. 

Clierboittg quartaite 23-717b ; 
IT. i ■ . 



Chlr- 

Castle, earthwork, Boris. 

3-783C 
^^erchofello, Sm - . : see Boig 
CHERCHEL (Jol, lot, ( 

Bareo), Alg. 6-82d ; 1- 

(Bl) ; under Roman rulo 

908c 
CHERCHEN, B.Turkeat. 

83a ; 6-168 (C2). 

-, deasrt, E.Turkest. 6- 

(C2) ; 26-365d; 27-133b. 

-darra.rtv., E.Turkest. 6-168 

(D2); 6-83b;26-365d. 
Cherdakla, Russ. 23-874 (1- 

F3). 
Cherdo (Cherdre), Som. : te, 

Chari 
Cherdyn, Russ, 23-873 (13) 

21-1 75!t. 
Cliere. riv„ Fr. 10-778 (D4) 

Chcrea, Francesco 8.504<L 
Chereapani, reef, Lac.la. : see 

aerek.'^rr.Icauo. 23-874 (H. 



Tatars, tribe 26- 

. Rues. ^6-S4a; 

CHERNIOOV, govt.., liii 

83d ; 23-872 (D5) ; 21- 

Chernigoyka, Russ. 23-874 (I. 



icmorsk, dist., Cauo. 19- 
..lb. 
Chernomorekaya, dist. Rues. : 



-,Ariz. 2-544 (B2). 

—.Colo. 6-722 (F2). 
III. 14-304 (Ci!). 
Isl., Pac.O. : see, Anuda. 
' " H. 19-496 (D3). 
- "' ■ J " T5°--" 

ali_. .... 

Esocarpus; double -flowering 
10-SOOe; lruitll-254d(lig.); 



, Yorfca. fl-416 



errycFoek, Ida. 14-a 
"Creck, C K,Y. 19-5! 



8-54C 
-Creek, 
(B5) 



Creek, 
(B5). 

(A2). ' 

— Creek, 
tJ ???V • 
(D3? nT "' 

— Creek, riv. 
<Kt). 



•, Colo. 6-722 (F2); 
v, NJMes. 19-520 
y, N-Mex. 19-520 
y., N.Dak. 19-780 
T, S.Dak. 25-506 
,y, 8.Dak. 25-506 
Tex. 26-690 



Creek, riv.. Wash. 28-354 
(E2). 

icrryfieia. Me. 17-434 (El), 
leirv- i'ork, O. 20-26 (C7). 

;ail 11-4USC. 

^ " 20-2S (M71. 



T gaU 11 
•y Grove 



e, Pa. 21-10. 
e Cher 



1)2). 



(E-Ll). 



Kirghiz. 



Chero, tribe 19- 2 1. 
Cherokee, Ala. 1-460 (Al). 
— , Cal. 5-8 (C3). 
— , Ga. 11-752 (Bl). 
— , la. 14-732 (B2). 
— , Kan. 15-654 (H3). 
- -, Okla. 30-58 (CI). 



-Co, Ala. 1-400 (Dl), 

- Co., Ca. 11-752 (Dl). 

- Co., la. 14-732 (B2J. 



-, S.C. 

Co, , 

Co., Ca. 11-752 (Dl 
"- T a. 14-732 (B2). 

Kau. 15-051 (H3) ; 

15-US5d. 

— Co, N.C. 19-772 (A4). 

— C0„ Okla. 20-58 (F-G2). 

— Co, S.C. 25-500 (CI). 

— Co, Tex. 26-690 (M4). 

— Co., Ya. 26-30 9c. 
CHEROKEE, tribe 6-84a; 14- 

459b ; 20-61a ; alphabet 
14-482C. 

— City, Ark. 2-552i 

— FB.Ua, S.C. 2S-5W 
Cheroklne 22- 603 d. 
Cheronesa, penln.. Den. 1 tee 

Jutland. 
CHEROOT (Sheroot) 6-84c 

26 .1040b. 
Choros, tribe ! see Ghero. 
Cherqne, riv, ' " 



Cherry gum : 

CherrviiUI, Mi 17-828 (HI), 
aierry mil, N.J. 19-596 (HI). 

— Rilrton, Camba. 9-424 (17 
C2); chmch6-99c. 

aierrylane, N.C. 19-772 (AD 
Cherry laurel ; see Laurel. 

— laurel water 16-283b. 
Cherry log, Ga. 11-752 (Bl). 
Cherry pepper 5-589b. 

' — pie : see Heliotrope. 



, ...,,Mi 17-828 (Al) 

— Run, W.Va. 28-560 (E-F81 

— Tree, Pa. 21-106 (_E4). 

CHERRYVALE, Kan. 6-850, 

15-654 (G3). 
Cherry Volley, Ark, 2-552 

(E21. 

— Valley, III. 14-304 (CI). 
Valley, Maaa. 17-852 (D2). 

— VALLEY, N.Y, 6-85e; 19- 
596 (F3). 

lerryviile, N.C. 19-772 (A2). 
lersiciates of Coiinth 26- 



uiiei'so, Alia, o-z \u<ii : o-ooa.. 

CHERSO, isl, Aus. 6-85dj 3-4 
(D4). 

uirson (ChersonoenaltCrimea: 
see Chersonese, the Tauric 

CHERSONESE (Chersoneaus, 
Cherroncsus) 6-8 Ga. 
-, The Golden, penln.. Asia ; 

see Jlalajvpenin. 
-.The Heracleotlc (the 
Little), Crimea 6-80a ; 15- 
77Hd ; Megarian colony IS- 
76e. 

— , The Taurio (the Scythian, 
the Grout, Cherson), Crunea 
6-86a; 23-648 (F2>: 23- 
625a; Justinian IX 15- 
(S02b_; tmuuli 27-3760. See 

— ,Tho Thracian, penin., 
Thrace 6-S6a;.7^307a. 

Gr. 12- 

, r 23-648 

. ... idso Jutland. 

Chersophyte, 21- 7 01b. 



6dT H i9-8 



Chersydni..- -, 

Chert 10-523b ; 6-840c ; 5- 

313a! oolitic 21-333 (PI. 

IV, is. 5). 
CherMnnlyk, barrow, Russ. 21- 

528a. 
CHERTSEY (Gerotaei, Certe- 



(BV)'; abb'ey6.86c|26-i 
Chertsey Worthies IA\ 



-942 



CHERU-CHIL 



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376 (G4). 
Ni,M.~L. C. Z.S. 6- 

-79c. 

cher Waiuhrsmoxn 

Iller)2-8b. 

Cherub log 16-864d (flg.). 
Cherubusco, Jlex. : see Chunv 

busco. 
CHERUEL, PIEHRE AD- 



i. 28-354 (F-Gl). 



CHESELDEN, WILLIAM 



— ,Mass-17-«32(Al)i 1-lSlc. 

— ,0.20-26 (F7). 

CHESHIRE, co„ Erie. 6-89d ; 
8-416 (II. B:s); 16-139 
(A-E3) ; 28-933 (A3); coal 

ture 7^283a; railways 9- 
423b; smallholdings i-702b. 

Cheshire' cheese 7- - 748a'; " 6- 
flld. 

— Co., N.H. 19-190 <C6). 

Clieshkaya, tmy, Hiii's. 23-872 

naval battle (1770) 27-4o3tL' 

CHESHUNT, Herts. 6-92b ; 
16-912 (D2); Ermine Street 
9-750c; Iruit farming ir 
200d. 

— College 6-92b ; 13-950d. 
CHESILBANK, Dorset. 6-92i 

9-420(111. B5); 12-382b. 
Cheailhurst, -N.1. 19-502 (Ci; 
Chester, Can. 20-114 (B21. 
Chcslj-n Hay, Staffs. 25-7: 

CHESNELONG, PIERRE 

CharK " 
CHESNEY, CHARLES CORN- 

— , FRANCIS ' RAWDON 

93b ; 9-893u. 
—.SIR GEORGE TOMKYNS 

6-930. 

Ch'eaa, riv„ Hi ' 
16-942 (C2) 



and flerts. 

l29a;6-S9d. 

6- 93 d ; in 

o-ghi. 

16-942 (03). 



Cbaststta, lake. Can. 4 

(D2). 
(■host Creek, rlv.. Pa. 21-108 

(E4). 
CHESTER, EARLS OP 6-1' 



— , Hugh Lupus, ( 



—, Itauulf (Italpli)de Blunde 
Till, earl of 6- 107c : 9-490b 
Lincoln earldom 16-702d. 

— .Ranulf Headlines, earl of 7* 

Chester^ Art. 2-552 (AS). 
— k0rf.8-S(01). 



Chester, Can. 19-831 (B2). 

— , Conn. 6-952 (Ft); 24-27 

CHESTER (Beva, Legim 

aster), Clies " "'"- ~ 

(11. 1)3); ' 

049 (El); . 

dral 6.108b ; 16-5: 
cesel6-141b, 9 "" 



4^(154); 



-,IIiM 



108d;si 



6-108d; 



1. 14-270 (Bl>. 
. 19-324 (G5). 
1. 19-490 (E6). 



£'*) 



— , N.J. 19- 
— . N.Y. 19- . ,_ 
— , Okla. 20-58 (Ci 
CHESTER, Pa. 6- 

,108(116). 
° " "=-500 (C2' 
._. 25-506 ( 

. 26-690 (X; 

— , Utah 27-81 l«v 
— , Va. 28-1 
— , Vt. 18." 



S.Dak. 23-5 



JE3). 



8-500 



-S2S (G-H2) ; 
-117d. 



— , riy.. Mil. i 

17-82 7b, 
Chester (suffix) 

— amphibolito 

— ■ beds (geol.) : see Karkaski 

beds. 

— Co., Pa. 21-106 (n-K7 . 
LG). 

— Co., S. 



., Tenn. 26-6 



1 lt i a > , 



<K7). 



ITERFIE 



13- 7 29b. 



CHESTERFIELD, 



E3); battle 10-2S6d ; sr 



711(1 ! lour m aline 27-104 b. 
-, N.It. 19-490 (C6). 
-, S.C. 25-500 (D2). 
-,Ya. 28-118 (E3). 



— Stakes 13-729c. 
Chesterfield's Trusts, In re 

(law ease) 2-227b. 
Chester group (geol.) 11-67 Oc. 
Cheaterhill, O. 20-26 «15). 
Chestertand, O. 20-26 (111). 
CHESTER -LE- STREET, Bur, 

6-llld; 9-412 (I. E3) ; 4- 

584 (C3) ; 13-622b. 
Chesterlite 18-3 8 Od. 
VheMer plays 8-501a. 
CHESTERTON, 

Keith 6-llld; " 



— , lull. 14-422 i 



-, N.Y. 19-590 (G2). 



IS <G2); 
ii)4 (Dl). 



erville, 111. 
rle. 17-434 (D4). 
.lias. 18-600 (Dl). 
). 30-26 (E4). 
iter white pig 21 -595b. 
ilriut. III. 14-301 (C3). 



ehestantburg, Ky . 15- 7 40< E3), 



— Hill, Mass. 17-852 (A-B4). 

— Hill, Pa. 21-100 (L7). 

— Hill, Tenn. 26-620 (H2). 



— Ridge, 

(C6-D5) 

— Troop, 

Chest of d 



phi¥yl7-510Q; 

.' 6-10S (E4)j 
l. 18 : 831 (Dl). 
Lac. la! 14-382 
'is. 28-710 (B3). 



lohn, Earl Talbo 



CHEVALIER, ALBERT 6- 1 IB 



Chevalici 



~de Barizel, Le 10- 



in>graplitsfc)19- 
irl3-726< 



CHEVAUJi-DE-FRISE 6-11 



at. 



544 (( 



ig, Kent 16-942 <K3). 
— iiouse, mansion, Kent 16' 

942 (E3). 
Choreron : ace CheTion. 
Ohevert, JTancois de 18-76Id 

CHEVERUS, J. L. A. M. L. dt 

6-114h. 
CHEVET6-lHe: 2-3981; 5- 

522a. 
Cheveuges, Fr. 24-575 (plan). 






. 9-424 (IV, 
(124 (D5). 



CHEVIOT HILLS, i 



Chevrc, capo, Fr. 10-778 (B3). 
Vltitvrcieuillc, Le (Marie dc 

1'raneo) : see Lay oj tl* 

Iloncy stickle. 
Cbevres, Gpotte des, cavo. Sin 

9- 8 52 a. 
Chevrel.t«6-271a. 
CHEVREUL, MICHEL EU. 

gene (chemist) 6-115a; 14- 

311c; oji tats S-178o, 25- 

ChBTrenae, Clautle of Loir 



CHEYENNE, 



iiey, S.Palt. 25' 
-722 (n3). 



-, Sir John 2^-587(1. 

-, THOMAS KELLY 6-116h ; 



fsh 



!, ANTOINE LEONARD 



Chhatarpnr, India6-116o | 

37S(n-I7). 
CHHATARPUR, state, I 



Clihindwara, India 6-116d: 

«-370 (HS). 
CHHIHDWARA, dist.. Ill din 

6-110d; 14-376 (H-I8) ; S- 



:io-do, lei., Kor. 1S-156 
ifttwon, Kor. 15-156 (E7). 



China <N. of Peking) G-168 

Kl). 

China (S. of Poking) 6-16S 



iado : nee liibciro, A. 

iiija/lt. (Xu-plcs) 19-1 78d, 
ial;pa, Tib. 6-168 (F3). 
iarado, Tib. 6-16S (F3) ; 21 

iilme'L Port.E.Af. 25-4f 

MS). 

inmis, Ja T a 15-284 (C2) ; I 

IANA, riv.. It. 6- 



15- 



i 15-2 

U.It,. 15-4 <C3) ; 18-3! 
mno, It. 6-5710. 
M^,, China 26-9 2 Id. 



goldmines 
552d. 
e, Cms. 15-4 



Chioj 


(It. physician) 20-0 71c. 


— , P 


etro (dramatist) 12-3 05b 


Chia 


, It. 15-1 (B-C2); 16- 




d; battle (1701) 25-H00a, 






Chiai 


ma (mis. instrument) 6- 


Chia 


ni, Giuseppe 14-912o; 2- 


CSiiar 


o'monte. It. 15-1 (F4i. 


CHIAROSCURO 6-118a: Car- 




method 5-397o ; Japan- 
use 15-172d; painting 




1- 






Siuir-Fu, China 6-168 (L3). 




modoutidael4-20Sd; 26- 


Chia 


^o', Swita. 26-242 (F5) 


15 


lid. 


Chia, 


ter (of sponges) 25-724h. 




tolitel-BSoa. 


Chia 


iri, Caue. 23-S71 (II. C2) 




4Sd. 


Chia 


tempan, Mes. 26-1034a. 



CHIAVARI, it. 6-il8a; 15- 



Chihall, tiibe lB-689a, 
Obibata, mt&, Braz, 9-775a. 



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instructions given on Page J, 



l-811d; i 

IV. lig. 7; 
Chjbcharag. 



Chibeniba, W.Af. 1-320 (E6). 
Chiherty, riv., KnpB.As.B7-42C 

(E2). 
Chibhali, tribo : see ChibalL 
Chibiri, Kin- 19-GV'S ((!1). 

Cliibougamau, lako", Ca'n. 22- 

VI i (1)2). 
CHIBOUQUE (Chibouk) 6- 

118b; tobacco for 27-800d. 
Chibulo, FortJi.AI. 25-46G 

(Li). 
Cliiburi-shtma, isl„ Jap. 20- 

CHIC (diet.) 6-llSb. 

CHICACOLE, India 6-llSb : 
14-382 <L10>. 

CHICAGO, 111. 6-tlSb; 14- 
30i(K2)t 27-«17d; advert- 
isement regulations l-240d 1 



Chichester, Arthur (Colonel) : 

see Donegall, Arthur ""■' 

Chester, earl of. 
. — (of Carrickiergua), Edi 

Chichester, viscount 6-1 
~, Henry Thomas Fell 

3rd earl of 21-67 b. 
—.Sir John 2-152o. 
— , Thomas Pelhani, 1st oarl of 

21-GJa, 
— , Thotnss Pelham. 2nd earl 

of 21 -67 b. 
— , William da Albinl, earl of 



.iindel, ™. 

CHICHESTER, H 
9-120 (III. F5) 
4-584 {C7>; blshoprL 
421b; campanile 27-11 
cathedral 2-40 2 h, 5-5 



RegE 



Chichurug, Java 15-284 (B2). 
Chick: feathers 10 -227a, 

skull 3-9608 ; 3-9«0b(flg.); 

eteruum 3-U62d (Hs.), 
Chickahoo chert lentil {gool. 

27-63 lh. 
Chickahomlny, trihe 14-460&. 
Chickalah, Ark 2-552 (B2). 
CHICKAMAUGAICREEK, rl y. 

Tenn. 6-130a; 11-752 (Al) 

- limestone 20-237b. 

- Ridge, mts., Teim. 26-G19b 
lliickasaw, O. 20-26 (Al). 

-, riv.. Miss. : batUe (1862) 
l-822a; B8-22b; 24-S52a. 

- Bogue, riv., Ala. 1-160 (B3): 



4-732 (El). 



F.ihibi 
— , Jlihva 



! Cliickasai 



lickasawan group (geol.) 
663b J 9-66lc; 27-6_29a. 



3-D2). 



ian Strike (1864) 25- 
; 27-7 28b. 

Itifce, 111.14-304 (E2). 
: Island and Pacific 



:iiieknsawba» Ark. 2-552 (K2). 
liickasawhay, civ., Miss. 18. 

600 (D4J. 
CHICKASAWS, 

14-4(i0a; 14- 

tion 7-87 3d; 

18-107b. 
CHICKASHA, Okla. 6-130d : 

20-58 (D2). 
Chicken: see Chick. 



S-130e; 
20-6oX 



% Poli.E.Af. 25- 



J33 <C2). 
CHICKEN-POX 6-130dj 25. 

248<L 
Chicken Rock LightnottBo, 



Chickcrell, Dorset. 9-420 (III. 

B5). 
Chlckcring, Jonas 21-571a. 
: Chickley, riv.. Mass, 17-352 

(Bl). 
Chickoro : see Chikor. 



Beds. 9-424 



tfftf 



_5-440a; 15-387d. 

, Chiokwolncpy Stream, riv. 

N.H. 19-190 (E2). 
CHICLANA, Sp. 6-131a: 25 

530 (B-C4). 
— , Loma de, Sp. : see Lotni 

de Chiclana. 
— IaVicia.Sn.6-131h. 
Chid 



-., Peru 21-2 



Chichafi, hills, India 1B-3J 
Chichamba, India 3-7 03c. 
Chifhang-rso, lake, Tib. 6-168 

(1)3): 26-9240. 
Chlchankanab, lako, Mex. 



CHICHEN-ITZA (Chlchen), ■ 
Mox.6-12.sd; 18-318 (H3) ; 

eH'lCHESTER* (of Belfast). 
Arthur Chichester, baron 6- 
12Sd; 152a j 3-6G5b. 

— , Sk Artlmr 21-7278. 



Chicle-gum (chiclu) 18-325b. 

Chico, Mariano 5-17d; 5-20Q. 

Chico, CuL 6-8 (C2). 

— , M011I, 18-767 (D3). 

— , Tex.26-G90(K2). 

— , Wash. 28-354 (A4). 

— , El, Mex. 13-4. 1Mb. 

— , pt., La. 17-51 (E4), 

-S riv., Arg. 2-462 (CG) ; 20- 

901a. 
— . riv., P.Is. 21-382 (B4>, 
— . riv., P.R. 22-124 (112). 
Chleoana, Arg. 2-4G2 (02). 
Chico Croek, riv., Colo. 6-722 

,, NJtfox. 19-520 

1 faeol.) li-670b 



7-417e ; 27-G28C. 
Chicopeo, Kan. 15-654 (H3). 
CHICOPEE, Mass, 6-1311) i 17- 

852 (B2). 
— , riv., Mass. 17-8SS (B-C2) i 



Chioopeo Center, Maes, 

1311). 
— 1'alls, Mass. 17-352 (R2) ; 

6-1316. 
Chioopeo shale 27- G 3 0b. 
Uliicora, Miss. 18-600 (D4). 
— , Pa. 21-10G (C4). 
CHICORY 6-13 Ic. 
Chicosa, Colo. 8-722 (F4V 
Chicot (jesterl 10-fllSc 
Chicot, Ark. 2-552 lDi% 
— , lake, La. 17-54 (aG). 
Chicota, Tex. 26-690 (MS). 
Chicot Co., Ark. 2-552 (D4), 
Chicot tJie Je.?tw : bco Dame d 

Monsoreau, La. 
ChicoutimL Can. 22-724 (C2) 

23-1003d: 22-726a. 
CHIDAMBARAM (Chedum 

brum), India 6-132a; 14-3K2 

(H-X14); 14-33b; Linga 13- 



CHIEF (diet.) 6-132a: 
aldr? 13-3i9a; triha 
474b, 23-6Gb, 26-339c. 

— artificer: see Kborphi 

— Justice (United States) 17- 
2o. 

— of the Captivity : see Exil- 

— rabbi (England) 15-4a9d. 

— rent (taw) 23- 103 1>, 
Chiefs, pt., Can. 20-114 (B2). 
Chief -tangent cuii-es ll-720c. 
Chieh, China 6-1SS (12). 

— Yang, China 26-184c. 
Chielt, Ben-a, int., Scot. 24- 

412 (El). 
CHIEMSEE, lake. Got. 6-132a; 

11-SOH (Tir,i 
Chiemsi 



1. (Sal»burK) 



China 6-168(03), 
>, La. 17-54 (1HY. 
(weight) 28-491b. 
■Hal, Siam 14-498 (A2> | 



Chicng-Kbau, 

(B-C3). 
Clneng-Jtong, 

CHJENO-MAI, 



Sgfb-g. 



)t., Manehi 

(artist) 6- 



214b 16-212 (PI. ^. „...„ 
Cliion-si, ClilnaS-lSSUH), 
Chieutao, mt„ Manchuria 6- 

212a. 
Chionti (Cluontn 



riv., It. 15- 
* ( xj^1 ; i-wi» ; 15-4b. 
ChieregatiPalaoe," "" 

2-412c. 
Chiorl, Cr. 2B-D56t. 
CHIERI, It. 6- 132c ; 15-4 (A2k 
1S-S3». 

Fr, 10-778 <G3) 



Chleea Si 8 






Chieslr, John27-76b. 
CHETI, It. 6-132o : 15-4 (E3). 

Ch'ietomanai, Jap. 15- 15 6^4). 
Cfiicmles, Ger. 18-310 (plan). 
Chiereley, Berks. 9-120 (III. 

E4). 
ClUevres, Belg. 3-668 (C2). 



844h 
Chiffonier: 
Chiftalan, Ti 
CHI-FU, Chi 



;k. 27-426 (JO 3). 



(1876)6-2000. 
Chifumbaac, Br.E.Af. 22-: 
Chifunawuli, lake, Br.C.A 

317d. 

Chifut Kassaba : sec Synn 

Chigah : see Crab -eating 

macaque. 
Ch;gar-sarai,Afg.l4-376(D2); 



Chigi Palaoe, Komi 

(C2); 2-412h; 10-a_ 
Chigiria, yatuts. 23-874 (I. 

■ " ■76S<1; 21-91"- 

James, Ess. 

Chigneko, Can. 19-83 

— , bay, Can. 19-831 C 

329u ; tides 19-164(1 

— listh?,' Can. 19-83? 
logy 19-4G5h. 

Chi!f av "„ ' 

"C-Aiskr 1*- i 7 2 V "(b'iy. 



CHERU-CHIL 

oot, Cal. 5-8 (C2). 

ote, Derby. 8-721J. 

otin, Can. 4-GOO (E2), 

v., Can. 4-600 (E2) : 1] 

1. 

:ibc, N.Am. 14- 4 60a. 

1033c. 
■' "' " ' -Iwin 16-95! 
17-347b. 

1'. '-134u. 

— .FRANCIS JAMES 6-135a, 

l-839a ; on ballads 3-267e. 
— , SIR JOHN 6-135b ! 14- 

40Bd;4-186a. 
—.SIR JOSIAH 6-1350! W- 

406d: Jews 15- 1(1 6b. 
— , LYIilA MARIA 6-135d ; 1- 

— , Sir Richard, earl ol Tylney: 



Coign, mt., AsiaM. 
— Kalesi, Asia M. ; 

dria. 
ChigTl. C.Asia 14-88' 
CHIGWELL, Kbu. 6. 



s. 16-942 Hm ; 6- 
6-IGS(I2). 



CHIH-LI, prov., Cliina 6-133b; 

(I2-L1); 6-lU6b,d; geology 

6-I69d. 
— , giuf, China 6-168 <K2) j 6- 

— , st'r.l China 6-108 (L2). 

Sabu. 
Cliih-sha, lake, China 6-1683, 
Chihshili (script) 6-219d. 
CHIHUAHUA, lies. 6-lS-lb . 



: ii Kapa, riv., BcI.Cong 
923((::j-4);lS-GS4c. 
Iiikantomunshi, Jap. 15 



Cliikant 
(Nl). 
Chikaskia, riv., Kun. 

Chiklteo: s 

Chikhli, India aB-iUD. 

"' ■ n ' China 6-1.68 (HI). 



Chikka Po' 



:c Chikku Deva. 
126-117) 
tna 6-1.6 
3-315C 1 



Chikkim limestone 13 

(F-G13) ! 15-627a.' 

Chikol, i-iv., Ilwm.A 

(F3);3-21«a;27-l 

„ir™ ^o-877a j esH 

lalaya 13-47" 



Chikor 



lns£ 
22-2H5d, 
68 (K2). 



sort 24-91 2d. 



: <»•' 



Chikovari, dynast 

Chikoy, riv., Asia 
Chi-liuan, fort, CI 
Chiknbu-shima. is 

(Gl§? " V " 
— (Chikushn) pn 

" Chiki'irna " (cmi 
Chiku-piyon, bay, 

(F-OS). 
Chikuaen faukiishu), prov^ 

Jap. 15-30-io ; 15-1850. 

Chilacbap, Java 16-284 (C2); 

15- 286a; 15-2901). 
Chilauibara, India; see Chid- 

ambflnuii. 
Chilapa, Mes. 18-313 (F-l) ; 12- 

672e. 
Chilaria 2-288b ; 2-290b. 
CHILAS, India 6-134c ; 14-37A 

(F2) ; government 12-20a, 



Ch.la 



r, Cey. 






CHILBLAINS 6 

. 1 1 . , . , 

Ch'ilcaV ""' 

Chilco, . _ 

— , riv.. Can. 4-600 (D3), 
Chilcombe, HaOts. 12-904(1. 



1-26 7b. 



Sir Kiel 



rlof. 



liild-bed fever: see Puer- 
peral fever, 

aiild-hirth : cramp 7-363d ; 
emphysema 9-347c ; ergot 
used in 9-738a : mcdleo-legal 
evidence 18-26d ; Mosaic 
law 16-51Gd; totem helieto 



CHILDERIC I. 6-137b; 10- 
80ie: tomb27-101b. 

— II. 6t137c: 10-8(J6d; Beal 
ring 24-539d. 

— Ilf 6-137cilO-80fid. 

Day. 
CHILDEES, HUGH CULLING 
Eardley 6-137c; 9-578d : 
national debtl9-272a; naval 



Childliood frihysiol.) l-372c. 



oyment of. 

senger Act (1901) 16- 

ni j! Gfe-llOa.' ' ^ 
n 6-136a; charity 8- 
; Japanese festival 3- 
j kmghtJng 15-859e,d i 

30h. -See also Sa'ncy 



■13flb: 16-lOb; 16- 
gtioultnral gangs 1- 
brickyards 25-261aJ 
iera 16-15b_; United 



CHILDREN, LAW RELATING 
to 6-138ai 1-6620 : Baby- 
lonian 3-llSb ; divorced 

bo hno'scs 18-763b ; r£me 
23-530b; seduction 24-580a; 



Childi'eu's Aid Society, H.Y- 

4-: 15 So. 
CHILDREN'S COURTS 6-140a( 



308a ; Utah 27-8iSb. 
— crnsade 7-541b ; 20-623C 
CHILDREN '5 GAMES 6-141a ; 



CHIL-CHLA 

CHILDS, GEORGE WIL1 



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Chilian, spring, Chil. 6-161d. 



12-59Ti ; 21-S17b; 19. 

'21-8171). 
1ANWALLA, India 6- 



)THE, j\1o. 6-1 



1L.EAN CIVIL WAR 6-li 



5BJI 



ERUVIAN WAR 6- 
6-l.i5ti;21-2T6d. 

petre.24-91a;6-15l>ti 

g, Ky. 1S-740JD3). 
iitfnt9-121(IV.D.l) 



CHILIASM 8-lCld; 18-4 



Ctiilkat, pass. Can. 1-473 (L3) 
— , riy.. Alsk. 1-473 (M4) ; 1 
Chilkata, tribe 14-4B0a ; 1 
CniJkoo't, inlet. Can. 25-165d. 



Ediet of 26-la. 

Han, mt,. Bal. ; see Chahil. 

...— llern, Vict,. 28-38 (D2). 

CHILTERN HILLS, Eng. 6- 
163b ; 9-120 (I II. E3) ; geo- 
IOKv4-720b, 20-«5d. 

CHILTERN HUNDREDS 6- 

Chilton, Edward 4.31c. 



Chiluane, rort.E.Af. 



CHIMAERA < 



CHILIAN, Chil. 6- 161d; 2-462 
— , mt,' Chil, 19-SiSo. 



otpopoca Codex 18-3 



Chimaltenango, Gnat. 5-H7 
Chimaiiga, Rhort. 23-200 (KI 



, Eo. 8-311 
.1 (BS-3);8. 



.., Hhss.As. 15-9 



CHIMNEYP1ECE 8-165d : 17. 
B07a; Artam 2-120o; EliKa 
bethan 28-T»0o; English 

naissance2-4I9a; Richard, 
son's 23-29QC. 
Chinmoyrook, N.C. 19-77S 

— , Wis. 28-740 (El). 

Chimonaii1-.hu»13»773c. 
ChiTjioro, Bol. 4-167 (B3) ; 4- 

-— , vh-.| Bol. 1-785 (map); 1- 
CHIMPANZEE' 6-166a; 22- 



, 6-1 70c, 21-780 
> ! festivals 10- 
ice 6-1 8.1 J. 8-200 

i ; Hags 1O-402O 
era 6-19Hd • free 



331a, 7-403a; goi of thi 



18-55»b, 26-9' 



rasa. 

wars and 1 
7<6-216o;21- 



CHINA (ware) 6.231b: «t 



e, N.C. 19-772 (E2). 



i. Z5-856d; 25-8 



^hinehorddiue : see Cinclurai. 
3iinoh'ii,China: sceChinchew. 



^INDE, Poit.E.Af. 6-2 



-Chindshan, Aftr. 14-376 (C2). 
CHINDWIN, riv„ Bur. 6-232&I 

CH IN D WIN, Lower, dl9t.,BuF. 



, Nic : see Chin- 



n Railway Company 
ion Acta 32.466a j 



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ChJunlyaooonclia 16-lSSa. 



CHLA-CHRI 



hlauiydoinoiiadidaalO-4B7b. 
Iilamydomonaa l-587b ; 1 
595c; 10-4S4d (nga.). 



lamydoaelachus 



a t Hori am 8- 9 2 9 a 
Jilt) 7-231a..~~ 



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CHLORAL 6-2; 



ilidc"6-25id. 

is Tiro™ 8-7471). 



el-034b;. valcn 


072" 


16-3410. 
myth.) 10-528a 
19- 35 3fi. 


; « 


ro tonic acid 7- 


i' 



CHLORITE 6-250e ; 10-245 



CHLOROFORM I 



oanoflagcllidae 
oanompliahisl 



— , RUFUS G-253d ; 4-292b. 



CHOBE, ri 

lurther I 

10-SOOa. 



CHLOROSIS (diet.) 6-257c ; 

21-7570. 
— dried.) 4-841); remedy 1. 



hlorauric acid 12-196b-; 18- 



Chluridea 

llhluridea 



' Ariz."2-5I 
i.. 19-520 I 



B-255d; 6-62d; 18- 
on process: sue Piatt- 



mec Dohroslayaky, Ana. : 

.....jnctz. Alls. 3-4 (Dl). 
CHMIELNICKI, BOG DAN 6- 
~"7d ; 23-8970 ; 21-914d ; 
Berdichov3-767u;Homei 



built 1 



-789c; 



- 20- 



3. 18-2 Oc. 
icr.K.Af. 11-77 
ll-7V'2b. 

Sur. 16-942 (B3) ; 

i, dist., Sue. 16-9) 
ology26-il0ii,. 

534b'; geology 21 

idial9-37Wa. 
.T.C. 14-498 (Dl). 



Hn7-6Ild; 4-448c. 
iin, Unss. : etc Khotiil. 
los 6-149d. 

o, bav, Oolom. 6-701 (A4). 
ist„ Colon.. : Keology 6- 
3c; mines 2-876d. 
olato, mts., Ariz. 2-541 



— Co., Mies. 18-600 (CZ). 
"■.., Okla. 20-58 (F3). 

:awhatahee, bay, Fla, 10- 



iusa. 25-8 16b. 
odes (Predion 
h (Pomlret) 2 



r., Poland: 

—■ ,~SirHusli28-: 

i -, Sir Roger 13- 

Cholmondeley, M 



198 (KG) ; 11-4 
CHOLINES, tribe 



slaves 20-899 b. 
loisel, fort,, Verdun 27-lOlBa. 
lOiscul (family) 12-2 8 lb. 
lOISEUL, CESAR, dun 



STAINVILLE, 
Dine Gabriel 6- 

., Ariz, and N. 



•iy., Jav. 15-2 8 5b. 

, Paul do: we Mai- 

\. i\ 18 -5 lb. 

:, Fr. 10-778 (G5). 

iri, mt., China 6-188 

3,ri, mt., China 6-168 

ig : see Tsamo Linn. 
, lake, Tib. 6-16S 



TIMOLEON, 



ral4-477d. 

at, B. 1-5950. 
Cho Densn (artifil): at* Meicho. 
CHODKIEWICZ, JAN KAROL 
- 159c. 

olitz, Alls. 22-695b. 



— , Willie Lm 6- 2 00 b. 



r 8-487b. 
2-462 (C4) 
Can. 4-6(H 
26- 4 Sib. 



ilhocronycteria 6-243d. 

C,lioeropithccus 3-99d. 
Choeropolamus 26-2370. 

Pygmy hippopotamus. 
Clioeropua 2S-4B4b. 



!hoix, pt., Xfd. 19-479 (Bl). 
Ihoja-Mahomed, mts.. At 
14-376 (C2-D1). 






loko-la, pasa, Tib. B 

lokoloskeo, Fla. 10-540 i 
rukrak, lake, ltnss. 15-7 

lo-la,' China 6-108 (F3). 
iiula, dynasty 14-100b 

lion "5.784a;" Asoka 
scriptiona 14-624a ; ca] 

ChamkVa campaigns 5- 
15-837d; Cheras 
thrown 19-llljd; co: 
19-9050 ; nilo in Co 
Toram 6-943b ; rule in 
can 7-9111). 
-, pasa, India, 25- 8 So. 



19-1 llfxl. 
Jhondrites 10-5 
3i0i)drooramur 
'Jhondrodite «■ 



14-258d. 
<84d; 4-6770. 



drostei 26- 543d'; S 



I 14-255a; 
iductiyo 
skeleton 
4-2G2a ; 



Clio I 



n 17-2 : 



.8 (C4). 



ike, Tib. 6-168 (El). 

unoicnytae 8- 3 06a. 

Cholcdocoduodeuos 
34b. 

CHOLERA 6-262o: 

203o,2O-772 (Pit..,. .._. . 
ine-water 17-7720 J milk 
18-452o; quarantine regu- 
lation* 22-TlOc, 10-462d; 
soil 25-351e. 

Cholesterol 20-44d. 
Chole-ilerophane 4-9- 

791b. 
Choleatrin 19-92Sd. 
CHOLET, Ft. 6-2671) 

(D4); battle (1793: 



lie, Ee. 8-B11 (A-R2). 
neplax 6- 2 5 Ob. 

lies, tribo 9-098o. 



156 (E8>." 



Kor. (N.W. of 
ig) ( 15- i 156^rn_^_ 



■ Choanocyeton 13-233d. 



Chong tane (T'ang), Chinese 

emperor 6-192d ; 6-909e. 
Chong-tokai, Turkcat. 6-168 

Ch6ng-wi, Jap. 16-106 (E10). 



GhorilatoB, Nioetaa: tee An 



n -Kol, lake, Turkest. 



Chontalcs, dept., Nic. 19-643e. 
Chonuatie, S.AT. 16-814u. 

Clioimrf, Francois 26-128c : 

Chojie, 'disk. Port. E.Af. 2S. 
■166 (MS). 

Ch sat >hoe Nameye (ca ^ a > Z5 - 

Clinpi : weShi-lengo. 



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Chremetes, riv.. At : 



CHORIN, AARON 6-270a. 

Cumin, monastery. Pub. I 

Chorin-ger, China 6-168 (II). 
Chorion 16-4S0C : 13-423C. 



ipetalae2-14a. 



Chorisis 10- SB Id! 



Chorine 

Chorizo.. 

CHORIZONTES 6 



25-530 (C3>. 
■390a. 



yja 



R.I. 23-249 
el.Cong. 6-9 23 



CHOPSTICKS" 6-26!la 
1.1 miu ink, Md. 17-82 
— . riv., Md. 17-828 I 



C\i„r. int., Asia25-123a. 
Chora, (list., Sainos24-116c. 
' — !, church, Constantinople 2- 
CHORAGUS 6-269a ; 8- 49 2d ; 



.ILL 



ay, *jhii. o-lbiw t 
H. FOTHERG1 

os. 9-416 (II. B3). 

Lanes, 6-270b 

'2); not ton 7-288i 



CHOHLU, Turk. 6-270b • 27. 

430 (E2). 
— , rlv„ Turk. 6-27 Ob. 
Chornaya, riv., Russ. : he. 

Choro (dance) 4-777d. 
Chorobates 2-2 12b. 
Cl.orodidascali 8-492d. 
Chorng. C.Ah. 14-376 (Dl). 
CHOROGRAPHY (goog.) 6- 

— (dancing) 6-2700. 



ioroid plo: 

lorokh, ] 

CliurnkSi 

Chorolqiie, 



oitis centralis lo- 
ts 4-393b. 



Chorophyiakc 7- i 30c. 
Chorotega, tribes 18-33t 



:22c, 26- 3 09b. 
isroea (author) 2-S73d. 
[legendary king) 6-271d. 
[Persian poet) 21-251b. 
issat (physiologist) 10-193c. 
>stia, Gr. 12-434 (D-E2). 
>tn Baghinati.riv., India 14- 
76 (L6) ; 7-826C. 
jandak, riv., India 11 -130c: 
4-370 (K-L6); 12-245d. ' 



CHOTA NAGPUR, dist 
6-272n;14-376(L8); 
geology 3-73Ub ; V 
891d;M— J 

— nagpu: 

272d ; 2 



:e 19-2 



7., India 14-382 

state, India 

Chateau, Okla. 20-58 (Fl). 

"">f»>>it, Ans. 3-4 (D2). 

12- 7 23b. 

il ilia 14- S 

, Hal. 14 

: 3-2960. 

j, Itnas. : i 

21-7631 



Chotial 



6 (C5) ; ■ 



i, Gcr. 11-8 

"-"'id/iL 

■i (ed; 



--S(Fl), 
.712)3-10,1 



CHOUANS 6-272d ; 

'" art, Medard 28 

!b; 18-ii06d. 



10 (02). 
hou Kin 

2-S09i 
houlou- 



; fn.athematiciai 
(Bey of Alexandri; 



^RENT^ 



Chreinonidean league 

— war 2-84 3c. 

CHB ESMO GR APH ION 6- 2 7 3t 

CHRE5TIEN, I 
273b; 11-127 

Chrctcs, riv., if, 

Cation (Neapolitan general) 

CHRETIEN DE TROYES 6- 



CHRISM 6-273d ; 



Chrissie, 1 
CHRIST 



nil. 14-422 (08). 



title) 20-961d; 
!r of 15-Snsd; 26- 



ocr Knights of : ace 'I 
CHR 1ST AD ELPH I ANS 6-2 



3- 78a; 



Han 



lia, Asia: see Khwar- 
i. Pal. 20-603 (1)3); 
mnationl5-353d. 
, pass, India 14-370 
math.) 7-1.171); Ptol- 



. dorsalis : nee 'Note- 
o tendineae 13-I30&; 



Chorda tympani 19.396a; 

Chortleumal8-47Id. 
Chordeumidae 18-171d. 
Chordiles 12-16 Id. 



19-3 



Chor 






<, Ft. 10-7' 

i.niir ulen, India 15-88 

CHOR IAMBIC VERSE 

CHORICIUS 6-269d. 
Chorio metre 27-1043d. 
Chorler, Nicholas 88-5 



16-6 



i, Peru 



l-26i (B4); 
battk 



-270a; 



Choi 



(god) 26-230d. 
Lnorson (of. Toulouse) 27-100d. 
Cllortakis, G. 12-534d. 
Chprttin (music) 21-661b. 
CHORUM, Asia M. 6-2700! 2- 

700 (F2). 
CHORUS (in drama) B-270e ■ 

25 4 4251 S 1 " 2,2b; Sophocles 
— (in music) 6-270d ; 2-629a. 

^musieal instrument) 6- 

aiorj-u (artist) 15-184* ; 15- 
i*s (PI. VIII. (ig. 20). 



CHOSE (lai 

.attel 









14-2(! 
■9a, 21- 



l5-26flb ; 15'-2:i a 9b __ 
oska.Okia. 20-SS(F2). 



Partlwi 

~~-3S 

21-223D 



(B4); 

Babylnoia 6- 

■nia> 12-565d. 
see Osrnea. 
(of Pf 



12-8 



1 25- 



Zavadh I, 15-700d ; Jnat- 
■ian'8 hostilities lS-COOd. 
II. (of Persia) 6-273b ; Alep- 



is (measure) Z8-18Sh. 

».»—„) 

isingha2-91d; 21-34b. 
tteau, Pierre 21-5911). 

4-276(C-D2). 
■hook bods 
6 (D-El). 

:r(K3). 



RISTCHURCH, Hants. 6- 
!74b: 9-420 (III. D5) 
2- 11 7c, 16- 
18-729e. 



63b. 



CHLA-CHRI 

CHRISTIAN VIII. (of Denmai 



=.. 01 ^y,i C »uon24-338a. 
— (prince of Denmark) 11.52a. 

(Frederick: iiri --"- 

mark)19-*10u. 



rg Cello) 12-9 



- (Louis : ol Liineburg Celle) 

- (Louis I., of Mecklenbnrg- 
Schwerin)17-1019c. 

- (Louis II., of Meeklcnbuw- 
Schwerin) 17-1019d. 

- O'ruiBiaii bp.) 26- 07 7b. 

- (of .Sase-EiseiiDerg) 9-136a, 

- 1. (of Saaony) 24-270c : 15- 
4S9c; ll-S57b. 

'i 1 .-,,'.! s,m " "■ gs «- 

-(Albert: of Sehleswig-Hol- 

Btcin) 15-787b. 
-(Augustus: of 9cli)eswig- 

Ilolstefn-Gottorp) l-211d. 
— (Tin tor :_ of Schleswig-Hol- 

S on d evburg-A ngnaten- 

■g) 8-38a- 

rlward 16-367d. 

oteber 4-59b ; 21-659d. 
— , j nomas 5-639d. 
— ^WILLIAM 6-279a; 5-039c; 

tian; cape, Can. 5-160 

i.,' Can. 20-114 (D2). 

'., isl.. Green. 12-ol3 (E6). 

istian TIE " (ship) S- 

IsUan IX." (ferry) 24- 

. (of MocklenbuiK- 

i 23-7S9C. 

., ))el. 17-828 (HI). 

■106 (H7). 



Christfani 

Btrciit?, 

Chifetraiu 



iO (G6). 



:e Kii.deri 






S-112d 



., N.C. 19-772 (Fl). 



-i ..... . >. .< 

lowra, M., In 

Chaura. 
Ihowrl (diet.) 28-8 

Chow-tse-te-po-shi 

Chow-tung-Fi., C! 

(G4); 6-178b. 

VkiJ 8 Fu " Cl 

--yang Pan, isl. 
108 (LI). 
Choya Shimlmii 15- 



■am (Frankish king) 6-557a. 

-ustian. Boh. 22-09Sc. 

Chreaehain, mt., Scot. 24-418 

i, Charles: declination 17- 



CHR1STCHURCH, 

274e;19-021(lJ 
Cliristchurch, ba>, na „ 

420(111. DS); ^-93a. 
Christ Church, Boston. 

4-29 la. 

:dral), I 



s.Z. 



■610a 
Ilia. 



- Chirr 
ral). .... 
- ■ i . . ; 



mllege and of 



Oxford 20-4 

■ " ~"c; Fell's b 

; hall 27-9 



13-7 08e 



ch Park, me 

14-73Sd. 
ss Ii.o\v (horn 

n, Hjalmar 19 



— , Jens Christ 



CHRISTIAN (o[ Brunswick) 6 
279b; 11- 858a; 20-148.! 
in Thirty Years' Wai' 26. 

— I. (of Donmaifc, Norway ami 
Sweden) S-riOr! ; 19-8(l91i 
26-199c ; Copenhagen uni- 
versity founded 7-97a ; orilra 
of the elephant 15-86:ia 

24-336bT Scotia™ reS*™ 

— II. (ot'Dcninarli, Norwaj 
and .Sweden) 6-271d ; 8-31a . 
26-199d; Amager colony 7- 



Lapp tribute 16-205e, 19 
809b ; Thirty Years' Wa 
ll-85Sa, 26-853d. 



I , ;,'.! 



^......n.. lc ,.i a.jj. juibdionary A 

anee 18-58S&. 
Christian UupUst 5-137C. 
C.hrisfla.niiorg, Go.Cst. : 

(Jtiristiansburg. 
Cliristian Brotiiers ; seelm 



— 'Bro 



^rs' College, Mo. 



'-.[imu. a-'iia u, C21. 
CHRISTIAN CATHOLIC 

Church 6-279e. 
— Ca(hoMesll-J7]a; 26-244o: 

see also Old Catholics. 
Christian Citizen 4-R02d. 
Christian Co., III. 14-304 (C4). 



CTir istian field. Staffs. 16-5 8 Rb. 



founded 15- 8 6 3a'; 



:HRISTIANIA, Nor. 
19-804 (D3) ; eoi 
003b ; drunkennesi 
fires 10-401d ; hi; 
811b, 19-81 Mo; lib 



of study 26-7 



attack 11-9.13 
Gnosticism 12- 
re.v priesthood, 
22-32lo;" " 



6-2 79d; 
(ting 6- 
26-587 ; 



I7-384a, 17-3770 ; i 
is 13-310b ;l machinery 17-1 015b 
265a; Jeru-| Chrematistei »-46a. 



12-530d ; historiography 13- 
S39b ; Huxley 14-20c ; Islam 
17-407e, 17-418a; Kabba- 
lah adduced In support 1B- 
622il; hbraries, early 16- 
518b; miracles 18-572a; 
missions 18-583c j myU>- 



CHRI-CHUR 



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ISTINA (o 
CHRISTINA ( 



=ggt 



CHRIIDIM, . 
4(1)1). 



CHRISTISON, SIR ROBERT, 



CHRIST'S HOSPITAL, 6-2! 



CHRYSANTHEMUM 6-3: 



CHRISTY, HENRY 6-2 



18-llGs, 23-iato; ^ 
CHROMOSPHERE 6-298o ;26- 



CHRYSANTHIUS 6. 



i 2*-S2Sa; 24-5: 



ipbius 23-512d ; 23- 



) 7-8290; 24- 



CHR1STIAN SCIENCE 6- 



CHRISTODORUS 6-'29oa) 2- 



■ CHRYSELEPHANTINE 

ee'ms'B 27-(i9b ; 23-1 



tndo (do Barrog) 3-43 
: CHRONICLES," BOOKS 



hrimian Year (Ksblo) 11- 
lSSo; 15-7 10c 
hrMio. Jonathan S-Qilc 
-.RICHARD COPLEY 



CHROMIUM 6-2 



CHRONOGRAPH 



; CHRONOLOGY ( 



i CHRYSOCOLLA 6.320b; ', 
■ Chrysotdlne 3-81o ; 8-716d. 



Christie's* Hole, Sont, 24-8, 
Chrfetfna, St 4-1790. 

— lot Heese) 21>3SSa. 



CHRISTOPHER, ST 6-2! 



blittel) 4-1940 



!a6-297d. I 28.100c; Harrison's 13* 



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CHRI-CHUR 



Chu-ohosv Fu, China 6-1 



CHUMBI VALLEY, India 6- 



FREDERICK EDWIN I 
GEORGE EARL S-324d. 
SIR RICHARD 07S-1-1S7: 



CHURCH HISTORY E 



CHRYSOPRASE 6 



— , RICHARD 



Chrj-Bosplenlura 24-26M. 
CHRYSOSTOM, ST JOHN 6- 



CHUNCHO, tribe S-:i 



CHUNGKING, I 



CHURCHILL, riv.. Can. 6 
347o; S-ldO (E.4J: 21-23 

— Co., kpv. 5-8 ('D-B2). 
CHURCHING OF WOMEN G 



CHURCH ARMY 



CHUB (fi»h> 6-3221. ; 2-2 
CHUBB, " CHARLES 6vl 



, Buss .As. 25-1 



gcrs, K.T. 7« 
ct <ScoL) 24. 



URCH CONGRESS 6-3. 



CHURCH RATE 6-;!. 



CHUPATTY 6-32ib r 
; CHUPRIYA, S^e-S: 



ak. 1B-TS0 

re Slavonic 
Lies 9-428 



Max. 16-912 (D2) 



• i'l 1. 1,, ;\.\...'...\. 



CHUR-CITR 



(JSM)14-790d; B-67a, 
Church Timf.l 19-563C 

'to. (Cork) 14- 

rd)14-T 

-, Lanes. 16-139 (B2). 
—, l'a. 21-106 <H6). 
Church View, Va, 28-118 (F3). 
Church villo, N.Y. 19-508 (C2). 
— .Va. 28-118 (E2>. 
CHURCHWARDEN 6-3481) ; 

4-2d; nonconformists 19- 

736b. 
— (pipe) 21-633<L 
Church wood, Humphrey 3- 



659b. 
— beetle : see Black beetle. 
Churdan, la. 14-732 (C2). 
Chureki, Jay. 15-156 (R14). 



i-n-wa : £j-oio, 
— nanjalO-lG2c. 
Cliurka(meeh.)7-301o. 
CHURL (ceorl) 6-349<L 
Chura, riv., Gloa. 9-420 (III. 



Churni, riv., India : sec Mara- 

Churn-owl : see Goatsucker, 

Churoyan, tribe l-811d. 
Uhurras (in irrigation) 14-841b. 
ChurrS Moyele, int., Br.E.Af. 

4-601 (B2). 
1'hurriguera, 3. (architect) 27- 

862a. 
Churruk (festival) lS-641a. 

Thurston" Ferrers, Dot. 0-1IIO 

(VI. F3). 
Chum. India 14-376 (F.'j) : 3- 

B^Oa. 
Churiihiiseo, Ind. 14-422 (112). 
— , Mex.lB.347a. 
— , rlv., Mex. 18-3 46b. 
Churuck : Bee Churruk. 
L'liuruk Su (Acampsis, Boas), 

riv., Arm. 2-505 (CI); 23- 

874 (II. B3); 2-757d; 5- 

S17a. 
— Sa (Lycus), rlv., Asia M. 2- 

ChurwaldBii, 9 "'it/. 12-6 09c. 



- palm 20-642d. 
:hu-ahan, China 6-16S (F 
ihushuL China 4-3 S 7 d. 



(14); 21-lild. 



ust. Turkeet. 27-420 (D4) ; 
tO-27Ib. 

usung, Kor.22-741b.. 
ute, U. (Speaker) 25-(115c. 
, Dame Margaret : brass 
:i614)4-+:l5(W. It. fiB-.S). 
ute. Wilts. 9-120 (III. D4). 
[UTE (diet.) 6-350b ; 10- 



ota^T"' 



CHUTNEY 6- 350c. 
Chu taalB4-213c. 
C'hutturpore, India : ; 



- Alps, mts., CAs. 27-42 
myai, dist., China 12-822a. 



Chuzu, Rhod. 25-460 (Kl). 

Clmang (Chinese noble) 1 

6340. 



Chydoi 
Chydoi 
Chjfoi: 



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instructions given on Page 1. 

S-449b; political career 23- 13-77d ; Key WestlS-7i 

ii2d, 9-725b ; Rcna : t „_!... « = a-- - 

study 6-452d (toll.) 
■nri<.J..l works 6-?"' 

Rullua 

14-879d : ' 



ftwee (language) r $c 

18-27 7 d. 
liyang Chub Gyalt* 

iius, Karl 25-7: 



G57d. 



la : see Kythrca. 

al) 2-93d. 

; ll-336d; 10 

11-3 3 8a ; 11 



myth.) 14-7580. 

cnici')"l5-T58d. 
14-760o: 5-624b: 

noise 6-555c. 
:>it. Hung. 3-4(13). 
[actio di 22-907d. 
tribe 15-TflSd. 
tee Langlois, Fran- 

JaM. ; battlo(314) 

Haitil2-824(B2); 

CAIUS GABRIEL 6- 



rcck, riv., Ariz. 2-544 
its., Hung. 3-4 (114) ; 



;s of, Hex. : sei 
riv., Tex. (trib 



— Creek, riv., To; 

Antonio) 26-61KI 
CIBORIUM (arc! 

l-702a; Byzan 
Cibotium (fern) 2 



-, hafb., Egv. : sffi t 
iboule : see Welsh on 
10, LUIGI, c 



CICADA 6-3, 



3-6-18 (E3) 
9-S89d, 
™l div.) 23> 

; 13-260e 



Ci cal a( Tu rk iah official ) 27-450C 

Cicciano, It. 15-4 (C6). 

Cicco di Cola (oapt.) : see Cola, 

CICELY (bot.) 6- 3 5 3b. 

' 28-699b. 

Cieend la 11-601 d. 

Ciccr arictimnu : see, Gr ...... 

CICERO, M. TULLIUS (106-43 
ii. c.) 6-353c ; on tho A " 
dcrnyl-lOBa, 2-658e: c.t 
iatrv B-486a; Catiline 
S34a ; charity S-8G50 ; ( 

tests S5-916b; Dc'iotarafi7- 
fl33b ; De Jocis Cictronis 1 
302b i doxma S-381b ; ethi< 
9-823d; Lucreti ' """ 
17-1090 ; literal 
aneo 16-260C ; Maniirai 
681a; Oram's edition 
Bfild [ philosophical t 



a 17-1 07c, 






Scaliger 2- 



ccro, M. Tall 

6-360a. 

-, Q. Tullin^ 



, Q. Tullius (e. 67-13 B.C.) 6- 
SBUb. 

ecro, Ind. 14-422 (E4). 
,N.Y.19-59U(DiJI. 
Crook, riv., Ind. 14-422 

CICERONE (diet.) 6-360b. 
'■'armmnus (Erasmua) 

453d; 24-283c. 
CICHL1D 6-300b; 14-2(i 

26-S4Sc. 
CietdOTOOiphao 20-324d. 
-" ' )raceae 25-33. 

tybus ; sec Chicory. 
;rua','Gr. : see Ephyra 



(fab 



ZB- 452b. 

' Ciclo'pi. 
CICOGNARA, 

at 6-3 60d. 



.) 6-360 d. 
Tie) 12-20 



Sic.: 

LEOPOLD 0, 

8-5050. 
c fStork. 
)77h; 10-475d. 

see Stork. 
ea3-9T3b;3-977a 

(dialect) 3-300a. 
(a25-877c. 



Qdade da Minus, I 
Bello Horizonte. 

— dos Reis : see Na 

— Velha, O. Verde 
(mB,p); 5-2551). 

Cidaridae 8-8«lb. 
r:idarie 7-418" • n.R 1 
15-57 Da. 



Cidai 



>ida 8-8. 



CIDER 6-3«2d. 
~-tas (1763) 4-S77d! 6-4a 
repeal in Ilevoiishire (17BS 
_ 13-157b. 

CidyessuB, Asia M. 21-544a. 
CLE. (abbr.) l-2Ha. 
Cieehanow, Rusa. 21-929 (C2) 

Ciechocinek, Rubs. 21-929 

(B2). 
Cieco of Ferrara; see Bello, 

ITancesco. 
Ciego dc Airla, Cu. 7-595 

(Da). 
Cienega, mt., Tex. 26-690 (D5). 
— , mts„ Tex. 26-090 (CO). 
— dc Macho, riv., N.Hcx. 19- 

520 (K-F4). 
Cicnegas do Coipasa, swamps, 

BoL : see Colpasa, Cleneeaa 

Cieneguilla Creek, rlv, N-Mox. 



CIENFUEGOS, Cu. 8-M64b ; 7- 

595 (CI). 
— , bay, Cu. 7-595 (C2). 
Cicnkowskl, L. (botamat) 19- 



Hnkowski, August 21-929a. 



— , riv., Sp. 25-530 (CI). 
Cifuentes. Sp. 25-530 (D2). 
Cigala of Genoa 14-898c 
CIGAR 6-301di 26- 1040a, 
Dlndigul S-275B,; Havana 



Cigog__ 
921b. 









Lne) J 



pass, Alpa 1- 
:e Bed-bug. 



207a. 

ilwn (Cilc. , . . _ 

(V. El) ; 10-5223,. 



9-428 ' 
9-428 [V. 



imioz, Fr. 19-6 
. 823a'. 



Ifacsty, mt., Wales 9-42 

E.Q. 
Cilf oden, Wales : see Beth 
Cilgerra.ii, Wales 9-42S 

B3) ; 21-Sle. 
OiJliepate, waterfall. Wale 

73d. 
CILIA 6-365b; 7-712 (] 

22-1S2C, 10-46Sb. 
liary ga.iglion 19-395C. 

-muso[elO-92a! 
CILIATA 6-3«Sb ; 14-561a; 14- 

559b (fig.) ; conjugation *" 

559d (tig.). 

liated epithcUum 9-70ad ; 

712c (fig.). 
CILICIA, dist., Aaia Jl. 6-:!0i... . 

2-760 (E4); 23-648 (F3) ; 

acriptions 14-6i9c; Am 
iaiis2-066b; coins 19-81 
Crusades 7-532a; Evag 
9-959h ; Partbian inva 
20-442a; .Sargun 24-2] 
Sennacherib 24-647a ; S 

,aer 24-798a ; Calip] 

J " " " under Caliplia 

)';2-757'b; battle 



CIMON 6-363d; 
958d; academy ga 
lOSd. See also 

Peace of. 
— (OF CLEONAE) 6-31 



21-S37a; 7- 
. 12-140 (F4) : 
■ 842c: 7- 



Jalllas 



!i£San V 



464b; 5-I19a. 
'Dion della 1'aia, mi, A ns. 
l-747b; first ascent (1870) 

inone, int.. It. 15-4 (C2); 2- 

jiachy'ra oarbata 25-726b 



ied Ua 1 



laidoi. 



,5-6 30a. 



■Bilverflrl6-:M7o. 



6-Sesb ; 2-757d. 



ioOagellata : see Dinoflagcl 

_..iophora22-4SSb. 
Cilipi, Balm. 3-4 (F5). 
Cillei'uB, Sp. 25-530 (B2). 
CILLI, ULRICH, count ol 6' 

366b ; 3-7b. 

"* ' 6-366c;3-4(D3) 
lers c" " '" "• 

32(1, i 

Cilltoan, Loch nan, bay, 

24-412 (C3). 
Cilnii (family) 17-297 a. 



iilyowm, Wales 9-423 (V. D3). 

Kma.Cal. 5-8 (F4). 

-, isl., Madja v 17-_28_lj:mi 

20- 4 69a.' 



a (dialect) 3- 3 60b. 



CINCHONA 6-369c ; 22-! 5 8a ; 
Ceylon 5-781d : India 14- 
391b, 17-735a; Java 15- 
291o ; Mexico 17-yi6d ; 
■"■ ' ■ ' j-254d. 



med.) 6-3H9d; 



753c; 18-4. _. 
— red23-7ft(ib. 
"" ' i 21 -781c; 



uic acid 22- 7 J 
Mil 22-7 58a. _ § 
! L" ■ 1 



6-30 



_ . naehiniiri (dialect) 3-? . 
Cima da Conegllano 3-703b; 

altar-pieco 6-897o. 
Cima dei Gelas, da Flex, 

see Gelas, Flex, &c. 
Cima di Oonegllano (painter) 

20-480d. 
Ci-maiianja 3-3 60b. 
Cimandcf, mt., Reunion 2 

200d. 
Ci-maravi (dialect) 3- 3 60b. 
CIMA ROSA, DOMENICO 



0.6-722 (C3). 
54 (B3). 
-520 (Fl). 
6-722 (C3)i 6 



6-370c; 20-26 (I-K7J ; con- 
vention (1872) 27-720b; 
cotton trada 7-2670 ; drunk- 
traction system 27-122d; 
housing conditions 13-826d; 
newspapers 19-5700 ; ob- 
servatory 19-9S9C ; pottery 
manufacture 5-7590 ; time 
sterel6-7a. 

Cineinnatian group (geol.) 11- 
670d ; 20-23ttd ; 27-625d. 

Cincinnati Collcgo of Music 6- 
977o. 

— Freight Bureau Case (1307) 



-, N.Mex 
-, riv., C 
710a. 



i5-054d. 
-, riv., N.Mex. 19-520 (Fl). 
-, N. Fork, riv., Ean. 15-654 

(A3). 



14-71... 
— Musical Festival Assooia. 



N.Y'. * 19-596 
lentua, Lueiua: 






,. Cinch 



eeAfr 



Cimbalom 8-65 2b. 



mentua, M. Cincu-„ 
Cinclace, La. 17-54 (a6). 
Cinchdaa 20-380e. 
■ Ciuclus : see Dipper. 

Cincora, mta., Braa. 8-160o. 
Cinetotree, Sp. 25-530 (B-FB). 



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CHUR-CITR 



Cinetue Gabinua 7-235C ; 11- 

Cinder: see Slag. 

— (volcanic) 24-4090. 
CINDERELLA 6-374b : 26 

Cindcrford, Gloa. 9-120 (III 

BM) 1 12-Lilb. 
Cinder ii o toh 14-81 Sa. 
Cindrel, mt., Hung. 27-21'Ja. 
CINEAS 6-;s74b ; 22-fii>7b, 
Cinel (clans) 4-i(JSu; 20. 

lOSb. 
CINEMATOGRAPH 6-3740 

21-506e ; Edison 8-94ed. 
Cinool Z6-G4M ; 4-9Gld. 
CINERARIA 6-3751). 

— maggot 6-3 Toil. 



Cinosias (Gr. poctj I 

Cingalese : «e riiiili- 

Cingl.iis. disi... Fr. 5 
CINGOLI (Cnmulm 

375o;15-4(D:i); 
CineuLaria20-o27d. 
Cmjjujum, It, : aec- 
L'inguluiv] fjiTint.)4. 

7530. 



Cini. 



-3 27-6: 



:) 2-5S5u 



— , L. CORNELIUS {consul) I 



0INNAMIC ACID 6-37GU.; . 



CINNAMON 6-37GC: cultivt 
tion E-rSBa, 12-82ob ; gw 
logical ago 7-U7d; incens 
14-3-19ii, 14.353a. See alt 



-, Cliin. 



l-500d. 
.ese : see < 
>f 21-1 



CINNAMON -STONE 6-3 7 6d 

e-asaa. 

Cimiomus (Parfbian king) 20 

CINNAMUS, JOHN 6-376d 

12-521 b. 
Cumamy] flloobol 1-5 3 3 a. 



Cinnyr 



_. 6-61oo 
norphne 20-3 'ii d. " 



3) 6-377' 



Cinqfoil (her.) 13-3B4C. 
01NQ-MARS, HENRI COII 
Her Ruz6 d'EUiat, rnaro.il 

Can quant icnio 10-847a. 
Cinque, ial., Bur. 4-840 (B7). 
CINQUE CENTO 6-377d ; : 



cfoiWan 



It.) 10-5 






Cinque Maouio, 77 (Manzot 

l4-911d: 17-627n. 
Ci un ue uifelia. Piano di, plal 

It. 15- 3d ; 15- 3c. 
CINQUE PORTS 6-377d : 1 

301d; ndrairaltv court: i 



Cinque 



■ i.. . . 



■cstlmi < 



Dmnes&ng o/ 

'e Ports Piiota, Society 

011c. 

ies (bell-rinsing) 3-691* 



im?25-10Gd. - 
TOTE '(bonkijjif) 

1 PROS AN DO 6- 

es 8-41(10. 
ON 6-389b i Afri- 

i . -. . . 

asutis 9-446a; 

LATION, LINES 
(la; 8-iB5d; Ito- 

aee Hen-harrier, 
dniiia, Rome 23- 
6-390d; 23-6050. 
23-605b. 

!R, Olos. 6-391e ; 

#2111 

ivll war 12-IMc, 
8-206c;28-43ltoi 

DOMENICO 6- 

Fr. "io-778 (D5) 
, Gr. 21-MSd; 7 


CIRQUE 6-3 
tcihsos 22- 

CIRTA, A£. 
—', Utah 27. 

■ i . if 

CIS-SUTLI 
CIST 6-39. 

Cistella, m 
Cistella 4-3 

CISTERCU 

18-6 8 lib 
France 1 

15-8e'6d 
nims 6- 



; 23-648 

•ion 28- 
3 : 360b. 


- . .. . . ^ 

CITATIO 

, HI ■•■ 

27-214 

CITHAEF 

12-440 

CITHAR. 
Jl- - 



CITR-CLAUS 



CITTADELLA, It, 6-3 



Gilt* di Custcllo, Guido of : set 

CITTA DI CASTELLO, It. 6- 
399a; 15-4 (l)3)i bbhoi 



a di 


Pe 

of: 
d 


n na, A. de J[ 
see Medici, 

It, 2-237b. 


N, N 


vf 


;ile. Malta: 


rn" 


; 


.. S . t( B> : , 


<t s 


nt 


Allgolo. It. 



30CHI A, Malta 6-399a 



deal Collcsjs, Lou 
dulls oE Lotidu 
i 26-4333; 26- 





lief a 24-49 


City Imperial Volunteers 28- 




2(1 9b. 


Cividatc, It. 


City .VLIU, Mum. 17-832 (E2). 




CiTv Mouse and Country M/mse 




(Prior and Montagu) 23. 




309b. 


— death 7-9 


" Citv ot Berlin " (shin) 24- 




886a. 




•' City ot Brussels " (ship) 2S- 






Civilotti, Be 


"Cily of Cleveland" (ship) 2*. 








Cil'i 'of Dreadful Xight (Jas. 






313a: Ron 


City of Dublin Steam Packet 


Chili do mm 



(3d. 



ndon 



2-lOd. 



— of London Court 1-206 

— of London Hospital 16-9 16(1. 
lie.* Act5-S33a; 23-^ija^ 

*' City" of Pari 



ml 16 T 9iSa 



of tho Blind": se< 
radon, Asia 11. 
oint, Va, 28-113 <E3) 



lie, Lond.30-823b. 
mt, Huns. 3-1 (II 

y Dziat, mt, Aus, 



Santissiina Trinidad, 
.we Buenos Airor 
a Casas, Mez. : 
istobaL 

i Berca, Pern: 



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instructions given on Page 1. 

idela, Bal.Is. 23-530 (G2); 

idUarcia, ilex. 2S-919a. 
izrnan, Mcs. 18-318 (El); 



CIUDAD PORFIRIO DIAZ, 
'■ :s. 6-iOlo; 18-313 (El), 
cal, ilex. : see San Cristu- 

CIUDAD REAL, Sp. 6-102 a ; 

CIUDAD REAL,' pro v., Sp. 6- 

CIUDAD RODRIGO. Sp. 6- 



_. . _nda (dialect) 3-3ljlib. 
CIVERCHIO, VINCENZO 6- 

402b. 
CIVET (Civet-cat) 6-102b ; S- 



309a ; 



CIVIDALE DEL FRIULI, It. 



De (WycUffe 

ClVILisrCLAUDIUS G-lOZd 

19-4130. 
CIVILIZATION 6-403b ; 11 

S35c; ant.brom.kwy2.U6d 

™5o, r liT-Voa i^BooIolos! 
25-3 2 Od. 
CIVIL LAW 6-41Db ; Germai 
II-ST83; Roman law 23 

CIVIL LIST 6-410c; 9-463a 
— Met 



Order 



f Alfonso XII. 15 
Savoy 15- SO 5. 



RighUAet<186(>>, U.S. 27- 
Rights Act (1870), U.S. 27- 
Rights Act (1S7S), U.S. 27- 



- Service Reform 
U.S. 27-722a. 
[cilia Caitoliea 21 



Marano, It. : see 
It. 15-1 (F2) : see 


CladocopaT tee Poly 
Cladocora 2-102d (tig 
Cladoeoryno 14-151 


tleo 17- 91c. 

no di, rat.. It, 26- 


tion 14-145a'; ten 
137a. 
Cladooorynidae 14-T. 


ion) 7-19Bd. 
ragio)23-628a; 8- 

Wia) 22-5130 ; 13- 


Cladodu 2S-S76d: 

2-705b. 
Ola dodus 5-3110. 

Cladognathns cinnam 



:ai-3S3b; 2 

;atica, It. ; 



(C3); 20-250a. 

Claekclosc, dist., 

74(11). 
CLACKMANNAN, 



Clacton, Great, Ess. 9-434 (IV. 

— ,' Little, "ess!Vi34 {TV. E3). 
CLACTON -ON -SEA, Ess, 6- 

41 Su; 9-124 (IV. E3). 
Clad dash, Iro, (Gal way) 11- 



adeus, riv., Gr. 20 -9 3a ; pet 
ment. at Olvmpia 12-iS3o, 

Cladi 28-1 031b ; 25-7230. 

... "-- " 418 (A2J, 



Cladiur 
Cladocf 



thallus 20- S3 SI 
. 26-542(1 ; 14-i4ftfl„ 
effusum ; gee Si 

a : see Water-flea. 



.nous 6- 
see Eolido. 
:a (fie.) ; 14. 



-fupunta 16-581b(f 
- ransiferina, 1 or s 
ludupeltidao 25-J20C. 



&K: 



_ a-ssoa. 

1 donticula 



a l-588a; l-597b 

aoeue 1-5871). 

i longipinna 25-71BC 

;ho24-.'>!)6d; S-311e 
; 14-2510 (Ilg.) 
260b ; Woodward' 
sitioii 14-2180. 
ium 20-llOd. 
1111 : see Cercospor; 



atcr supply 3-9SSb, 28- 
-59b. 28-102C. 28-4011). 
CLAFLIN, HORACE BRIG- 



'•mr- 



Willi 



744 (B2). 
Tlaokiwaht. 
im 17-831b 



, lid. 17-B28 (G3) 

', dist.. La, 17-54 (A-Bl). 

Co!| Tenn. 26-020 (III). 

aibomian group' 9-C04c ; 1: 
070b; 27-<>-29a; Alaban 
9-CG3b: Mississippi 18-599 

znihSaluLi, .In 5-616 

v.,Fr.l0-778(C!4);ll 

of HightS 



'.'laiA/ieo 



7-186d; 17- 

Clain, riv„ Fr. 10-778 (El) 

28-5 5 d. 
Clair, Pa. 21-106 (PS), 

CLAIHAULT, ALEXIS 



Claud 



. 6-4181: 



difleri 



3»plllai 



, 8- 8 Ola 
m (Bl). 



ino, AIs- 1-013 (1 
ial„ Soot. 16-937 
, Claire 24-829e | 



i, LA (French uctn 
inT'Pa. 21-106 (E7). 



'iiir* 



778 (GH. 



CLAIRVOYANCE 6-418d ; 



en, Ludwij; 15-J620. 



w 


ElaJ, Johann. 
aeh. 28-354 (Al). 
bo 14-460a. 
0., Wash. 28-3 


kc 


Wis. 28-7 


0(1)1 


M; 


ss. 17-S52 


A3). 



Nicholas of Clam. 



Clara 



icll drei 



;r 8-5 H 8a, 



rNelll. 



CLAN 6-110b ; 

•;lanaboy : see 
Jlan Alpino, j 

(f-3). 

:ianeoT, Mont. 14-276 (C2). 
aandebove (family): 

O'Neill. 
SaniJeboj 
TlandesUn 

605b." 1 



14-744 (F3(. 

Garri'ck) 6« 

andpij. East, Sut. 16-913 



— , West. Sur. 16-943 (C3). 
— park, Sur. 16-942 (B3). 
Olane, He, 14-714 (E3) ; go 
logy 15-790d, 



ia j see Mergua 
:e Golden-eye. 



Clan-na-Gael 20-8 5 6a. 



earl of 6-12 lb. 
— , ULICK DE BURGH, 1st 

marquess 6-421d ; 4-8lid. 
Clans, lake. Sent. 19-155b. 
Clanton, Ala. 1-1CII (C3). 
Clantons Crook, riv., Ia, 14-732 

CLANVOWE, SIR THOMAS 6« 

Clanwiiliam, Can. 4-H00 (F3). 
— , S.Af. 25-106 (D9). 
Clanyard, bay, Soot. 24-113 



see Weather- 



105a; 28-931e, 
Clapham Sect 28-6310. 
Clapier, mt, Alps l-741d. 



80Sb. 
Clapton, Lond. 16-938 (D2). 
CLAQUE 6-123C ; 2-223a; S- 



Clara, Iro. 14-744 (D3). 
— , isl., Burma 4-840 (EK 
— City, Minn. 18^50 (Bft 



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CITR-CLAUS 



rd Jlaliias opposed 
CLARENDON.GEORGE WIL- 

lof 6-434a; El Hue 



CLARKSON, THOMAS t 



>.,S. Hat 25-5(16 (113). 
i.. Wis. 28-74(1 (04). 

CLARK^, ADAM6.44SI1. 

SIR' ANDREW e-iiSo % 

Sir Caspar Pardon 19-fil4 
CHARLES COVVDEN 



— Press, Oson. 20-412d; 3- 

- Springs, Vt. 19-400 (A 

;lares, poor e-4;;eb. 

list 28-721c'; matuiini 

ILAflETIE, JULES ARSENE 

Claret- rod 8 -T 4 fib. 
,ARI, GIOVANNI CARLO 



— , JAMES FREEMAN 6- 



UDE (OF LORRAINE) 6- 



', ANTOINE FRAN- 
n 6-4B;l(i. 



Maria 6-4: 



OHN SLEEPER 8-4' 
IARCUS ANDREW HIS- 
— , MARY ANNE 6-4430 



Butler 4-ssah, 26-T. 



2Q-5C.'.» ; 25-!J 



26-G(i0a ; .23-5: 



Klia Xova, Via, It. 15-2S 
.UDIANUS, CLAUDIUS 6- 



3LAHINET 6-4: 



-, Thomas (divine) 22-2 
-, THOMAS SHIELDS (i 

-, wil'liam branwhite - 



;larence, DUKES OF t 



;laudius ■ 

6-4G5b; 20 

xaudius (. 



-.SIR ANDREW, bart. 6- 



;laudius 

2B8-270) 6 
23-47Sa.; : 
—, APPIUS 



is6-4fi5b: 23-6 



— PULCHER, APFI US 6 - 4 6 Gb ; 
— PULCHER, PUBLIUS (con- 



, JOHN BATES 6-4 12d 
; — , JOSIAH LATIMER 6- 



N".Z. 19-624 <Efl). 



— , THOMAS 6. 



t. 28-aafle ; 22-S 



CLARENDON, 



nchesa ot Cleve- - 



CLAUS-CLIFT 

Iana, C. F. (chemist) l-682d. 



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CLAUSEN, GEORGE $-467a; 

20-oUld; 2O-502b. 
— , II. X. 8-44a ; 12-B40c 



t, Christopli 4-99 4c ; 

Clavula'ria 2- 9 9a. 

Clavula spicule 25-723a (ft 

Clavus : see Cam. 

angustus, latus ( 
7-2S5d. 



— byste 

212a. 

Claw, r|. 



9-660a. 

* 9-660a. 



l.iaugiidae 9- 

Clausilia It -5 2 tic ; 25-2 8 4a ; 

China 6-lTla; hibi 

13-416«; Japan 1 

506e; shell developr 
CLAU5IUS, RUDOLF JULIUS 



Claw 



and n 



i diek- 



mies 13-146a. 

, 22-6*0. 

r I0-186OJ 13 



. mt, Wales 8- 

13d. 

— Offa : see Dfla'g Dyke. 
Dawson, Mich. 18-372 (G2). 
-, : Lone, Leics. 9-416 {II. 

Ulawt™, Bey. 9-130 (VI. D2). 
3Iashr ironstono 16-714b ; 25- 

6 3 2d. 
Claxton, T. F. 17-3811). 
Claxton, Ky. 15--'" •"" 
CLAY, CASSIUS 
6- 4 70a. 



— , CHARLES 



6-470b j 
l-484a ; 



— , FREDERIC 6-4 



nsula doli 23-557d. 



ioop, Scot. 7-6170 ;1< 
zool.) 14-137a: f 



jllidae 16-1 24b- 
san, Augusta 3-CSOb. 
ali-336a 



1703; Calhoun 

with Randolph 
nance 27-697c; 
B-526d. 



Clav 



382d. 



diet.) 10-5 



a 14-139&. 



— , la. 14-732 (F3). 
— , La. 17-a 1 (Bl). 
— , Miss. 18-600 (Dl). 
— ,M. 19-596 (D2). 
—, Pa. 21-106 <K5). 



CLA¥6-472b; ll-664a; brick- 
making 4-5181) ; burnt 13. 
754a T concretions 6-8401. : 
in Portland cement 5-654d 
Inscriptions 14-621d ; kaolii 



Clavatellal4-13Gd; 14- 141a ; 

UvdranUi 14-150d ; 14-1 "" 
Clavatellidac 14- 15 lb. 

CLAVECIN 6-4 6 8 b. 

" ra of 24.33a. 



Clav 



riina 27-3- 



lid. 



27-3: 



27- 



John Graham oi 



La, P.Is. 21-392 (CD. 
■ing (explorer) 21-9441). 
■John 10-9i2a; 13-5Bi .. 
■ing, Ess. 9-424 (IV. C3) 

., Green. 12-543 (K3). 



CLAVICEMBALO 6-4G8b ; 21- 



>k, riv., K.H. 13-490 

Clay "burning 25-350c 

Clay Center, Kan. 15-654 (El). 

— Center, Nel). 19-324 (F-G4). 

— Citi', 111. 14-304 (Do). 

— City, Ind. 14-422 (C6). 

— City, Ky. 16-710 (E3). 

— Co., Ala. 1-460 <D2) ; 27- 
483b. 

— Co., Ark. 2-552 (F.l). 

— Co., Fla. 10-540 (El). 

— Co., Ga. 11-752 (B4). 

— Co., la. 14-732 (111). 

— Co., 111. 14-304 (D5). 

— Co., Did. 14-422 (CS). 

— Co., Kan. 15-G54 (El). 

— Co., Ky. 15-740 (E3). 

— Co., Minn. 18-550 (A4). 

— Co., Mlsa. 18-600 (D2). 

— Co., Mo. 18-608 (B2). 

— Co., N.C. 19-772 (A4). 

— Co., Neb. 19-324 (F-Oi). 

— Co., S. Dak. 25-506 (II -15). 

— Co., Tenn. 26-620 (Fl). 
- Co., Tex. 26-690 (12). 



— purpurea 9-737d; 11-34-ld. 
CLAVICHORD (or Claricord) 

6-46Hc; 2i-560a (flgs.) ; 25- 

1039b. 
Claviclmbalum: see Clavicom 

balo. 
Clavicle 2S-175b ; 25-178b ; 



- Co.. \ 



a. 23-560 (I 



'-7~22 (tri). 



., S.Dak. 25-506 



it glands 17-16 8c 

s 19-388o. 

ibalum : see Clavlcem- 



CLAV1E, BURNING THE 6- 

469b. 
CLAV1ERE, ETIENNE 6-469Q. 
Clavieres, Ft. 18-78" 
CLAVIJO.RUYGOI 

469c; 13-52Sb. 
" FAJARDO, JO 
-596b. 
...... la 8- 1860. 

Clovisingel (Flemish Tteglnal) 

aavi-tube 20-1973. 



Clayden, A.W. 6-5 
— , P. W. 19-,159b. 
Clay don, John 6-1 3 7o. 



■424 (IV. E2) 

, .l-730d. 

17-67 9d. 



Clayey (game) 
Clay K»lT<gool„ . _. . 
Claygate, Sur. 16-942 (C3). 
Clayhanger, Dev. 9-430 ( 



Clayhill, Mdsr. 16- 

Claying n ' 

Clay-iroi 



M. 9-412 

! (112). 

„25-35C... 

l-57o ; 5-813a. 



CLAYMORE 6 -47 4b. 
Clayoouot, Bound, Can. 4-6 
(D3); 27-884a. 



Claypole, Elizabeth 7-49Gb. 

— , E. W. 14-249C. 

Claypole, Linos. 9-416 (II. F3); 

)0ol, Ind. 14-422 (F2). 



-, II. 11.6- 
-', John 



9-416 {II. 
G. 25-95 8 d. 

12-1 10c. 
theatrical managei 
MIDDLETON 6- 



. riv., Ind. 14-4 
-., Ind. 14-4 
., Mo. 18-608 <c: 



(Fl). 
— Creek Co., Colo. 6-732 i 



■8 (V. B4); 13-SOo. 



■leer, Josse 18-526d. 

Jlcck 12.223c. 

>,1e Eluin, Wash. 28-354 (E2). 
CLEETHORPES,Llncs.6-47Scs 
9-41G (II. H2). 



Clayton, Ala. 1-460 (D4». 



-, Lanes. 17-515 (map). 
-, Mich. 18-372 {F8). 
-.Miss. 18-600 (Bl). 
-, Mo. 18-608 (F-Cl). 
-, N.C. 19-772 (D2). 
~ T T 19-502 (B4). 

_ - 120 (Gl). 

, 18-596 (Dl). 

-, 0.20-26 (B5). 
-, Okla. 20-r.a (F3). 
-, S.Dak. 25-506 |H4). 
— .Starta. 9-416 [II. Ci). 
T "a9h._Z8-3S4 . (H2). 

■ks. (nr. Bafnsley) i 

. Bradford) i 

n!mcs 



Cleyrflold Co., 



Pa. 21-106 i 
.. 21-106 (E- 



. O. I 



1-2 6 i 



-, N.Mei. 1 



■, Wis. 



— Fork, riv., Tes. 26-690 (H3). 

— Fotli' riv'.', Va.' 28-118 (A3)! 
Clear Fork group (ceol.) 21- 

177d. 
Cloar Fork of the Cowljte, riv.. 
Wash. 28-351 (D3). 

O. 20-26 (F3). ' 
Clear Crit party 4-C5Sd. 

— haweo (diet.) 13-101e. 
Clearing (spinning) 7-306d. 
CLEARING-HOUSE 6-476d; 

U.oii 7-2 6 9a. 
'ingmitl9-91Sb. 
Lake, la. 14-732 (Dl). 
ike, Mich. 18-372 (1''5). 
ike, Minn. 18-550 (D5J. 
iako, S.Dak. 25-506 (13) 



n Co., ( 



X:-- 



l. 11-752 (B2). 
... ±a. i^-i32(F2). 
■een, Lanes. 16-139 (C2). 
oup (geol.) 18-599dr — 
? Mid way an group, 
onia. Pa. 21-10(1 (M^8). n 

I); 16-140a. 



mont. Mo. 18-608 
— ,Wyo.28-W74IKi). 
•""—- ■ Itidge, Pi 



.16-139 

304 (E3). 
.avion, wear, lorks. 28-93 
(C2). 

■ Woods. Lanes. 16-139 <C2). 
av Village, Ky. 15-7'" 
(C-D2). 
Clawillc, Conn. 6-952 (M3). 
— , N.Y. 19-596 (E3), 
— , Va. 28-118 (E3). 
CLAY-WITH-FLINTS (geol.) - 

CLAZOMENAE (mod. Kalis 
• ■ ' M. 6-476a; coin 
sarcophagi 12- 



106 {F- 

— 'spring, Md. 17-828 (Dl). 
Clearstory : see Clerestory. 
Clear Stream.riv., K.H. 19-400 

(E2). 
OleacvMe. Pa. 21-106 (F6). 
Clearwater, Fla. 10-510 (D4). 
— , Ida. 14-276 (H2). 
— , Kan. 15-651 (E3). 
Clear Water, Winn. 18-SflC 



:ac, Eticnnel4-67fio; 24- 

!h*"Seot. 24-418 (E2) ; 10- 
;lb; 15-8'i4o. 
.ills, Soot. 24-418 (D-E2) j 
:Ology 10-330a, 15-S24b. 
ihbotbani, Jcdediah : ste 
.^ott, Sir Waller. 
CLEISTHENES (Athenian 

) 6-481a; 12-447c: 
p : see CleIstothe« 



CLEITHRAL (diet.) 6-4 Bib. 
Cleithrolepis 5- i 30b. 
Cleithrum 3-5261) ; 14-262a. 
CLEITOR (Clitor), Gr, 6-481bj 



R (Clitoi 
■) (D3). 



(C5). 



14 <F2). 



:h. 28-354 
id (D2). 



Cleandridas 12-7 51b. 



sway (street 
ct(1897) 



— , lake, Can. 5-160 (F4) ; 

— , lake, Me. 17-434 (B4). 
— , riv.. Can. 1-500 (Bl) ; : 

225 (Al): 2-825a. ^ 

-', ily'.'. Can! 1-500 (A2) i : 
-, riv.l Ida. 14-276 (A2) ; 
-, riv.,'M_inn. 18-550 (B3). 
-'C0.,"Mim 



ind, John : tee Clew 
lamj, John. 
Clelanrl, Jamea 6-dSlo, 
John 21-5381). 
WILLIAM 6- 4 81c. 
lie (Madeleine de Soudery) 

iland',"Ga. 11-752 (C4). 
m.C.a. 11-752 (A2). 
Tiiatideae 22- 89 7a. 
.....mat is, Ala. 1-460 (C3). 
CLEMATIS 6-481d ; ll-256b. 
- Kiikii 15-8 30a. 
■ Vitalba : see Old man's 

'■' (of Cologne) 2" ""- 



Cll 



CLEMENCEAU, 
482a ; 10-87 
10-894. 



ikGES 6- 



47 lr 



wing moth 16-i07b ; 16- 



2-34a. 
.IGES 6 
10-8920 ; 

CLEMEN GIN, DIEGO 6-4 8 2d. 

"'e me i ice J^a.ijre 27- 1 00b. 
iemenges, Nicolas de : see 
Nicholas ot Clamengea. 
[emens (bishop of Dunblane) 
8-6700. 
-,Bcn]amin24-507b. 



:h 7-1 89 d. 



CLEAT (diet.) 6-4781 



9-412 (I. A3) ; 
b. 6-478b 



Clear Boggy Creek, riv., Okla. 

20-58 (Jfi-F3). 
Clearbrook, Wash. 28-351 (CI). 
Clcarbura, L lako, Scot. "" 



? Clement Oi 
: tee Ciement 



6-476c. 

■ex., md. 14-422 (D6). 
:k, Kan. 15-654 (FI>. 

(C-D3). 

Wash. 28-345 

— 'Creek, canyon, Colo. 6- 

719a. 

■ Creek, riv.. Ala. 1-460 (CI). 

-(Grand} C--- - 1 " "" - 

460 (Bl). 



— , Utah 27- 
Clear Creek,: 



— Creek, 

— Creek, _ .. . 

— Creek (N j, ri 
norsets.il Creel 

— Creek (S.), riv 



i. 2-544 (C2). 
ArkT 2-552 (Bi). 



Colo. : 
Colo. 6-722 ■ 
'.. la. 14-732 <F3). 



planes 7-583a ; rooks 25- 
21 on. 

CleaveLand, ifJaes 6-505d. 
Cleaver, Ala. 1-460 (Bl). 
CLEAVERS 6- 4 7 8b. 
Clebsch, R. F. A. ll-32Sb ; 14- 

1.3Id; 14-121b. 
Cleburne, P. K. 1-S26b 

CLEBURNE, Tex. 6-478o ; 26- 

— Co., Ala. 1-160 (D2). 

— Co., Ark. 2-552 (C2). 
Cleek Abbey, ruins. Wills 

Brandenstoke Abbey. 
CLECKHEATON, Yorfci 



6-86b ; 5-6000 ; 13-.3B8b : 
festival 24-681d ; Eptsfle 0? 
6-483a; Epistle of James 
15- 14 6a. 

— II. (pope) 6-4830 ; 3-718CJ 
13-271d. 

— III.(pOT)e)6-483d! 23-672b; 
1S-11T67; 20-695a. 

— III. (anti-pope): (KeGuibert 
of Bavenna. 

— lV.(pope)6-483d; 20-BB8o. 

— V. (pope) 6-lSla ; 23-676aj 
claims on benelices in Eng- 
land 2-61e ; 5-lfl8b ; Tem- 
plars 15-436a, 28-59Hd ; 
DoIeinistB 2-204d; papal 
subjection to France 20- 
699a; pontilcate 2O-700d. 

— VI. (pope) 6-484c: 23-6T7b; 
Charles IV. 5-898d i Flaeel- 
lanta 10-463d; DonHfloat* 



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CLAUS-CL1FT 



20-TOlC t place fn German 
history ll-8*7d. 
CLEMRNT VII. (anti-pop 



— VIII. (anti-pope) 6-4S6a ; 
23-7 05a, 

~:i;(iii rt Forrara 9-793o : 
trench polity 20-711d ; Bo- 
hemian succession 4-1119(1 : 
Liber acvtivtu&B-lMA. 

— IX.(pope)6-486c. 

— X. (pope) 6-4SKc. 

— XI. U)ono)6-186c; 14-3311; 
20-7131J. 

— XII. (pope) 6-486d; 2 
713b; finance 20-713i 
mission to Syria 16-348C. 

~ XJlI.(pope) 6-4i>7a ; Jesu: 

— XIV. (pope) 6-48>b; Jean: 
15-346b, 20-713e. 

— ( OF ALEXANDRIA) 6-487 



— (disciple of Pel 
—."FRANCOIS 6 



esillaof Argos26-573a. 
(of Sparta) 6-49-le. 
[. (of .Sparta) 6-4940 ; 17- 
ie; 26-504b. 
gypfian. viceroy) 1-57 Oa ; 
■6 Did. 

iulptor) 2-168b. 
loolOBiuii) 19-732b: 23- 

CLEON6-494d; 12-157a; 22- 

ia,'Pa. 21-106 (I-Ko). 
iac» Gr. 12-440 <D:i) ; 6- 
ia ; boustrophedoa in- 



d. 

d. 

wi 
d. 
wi 


ol Mithradat 

if Phi]ip II.) 
o of Philip II 
of Ptolemy V 
o of Ptolemy 
17d. 


3 VI.) 28 

-545c. 
> 1-S46a. 
22-618a 
V.J9-57U 









— . JACQUES 6-4 



ine) ' 



4-917d; 16-565c. 

— . William Innell 19-5S0d 
Cement : on conductivity 

□catl3-151b. 

heats 13-1 4 Oil. ' 
Clement-Bayard dirigible 

Clement driver (engineer I 

CLEMENTI, MUZIO 6-490c ; 

Cleyic'ntia'ol Zahrlngen 13' 

Clementina Sobieska 15-142c 

24-4"' 
CLEM] 

2-201e; ~Ap 
ditulions 2-; 
epistle to ( 
Di.ia, 2-20' 
epistle to Jan 
vicinity 2-1; 
Clementine Liti 



(La Calprenede) 13- 

Vttopatre Captive (Jodolle) 8- 

-5-4270. 

(demagogue) 12- 



; Clephj Lombard king) 1-5 
5-7fllb; 5-798b 



CLEPSYDRA (c 
49 od ; Baby 



Sal va tor (arohdiiko; 

'a Inn, Lond. 14-58ob. 
^port. Can. 19-831 

Wenceslaus 6-G120 ; 

as' N.C. 19-772 (Bl). 



._ js.Fr. 10-778 (E2) 
CLERESTORY (Clears 



ory)G 
rc-piiar 



.. Belg.3-66S(H3J. 



; CLERFAYT, F. £ 



I CLERGY 6-41 



eol-692o. 
S(A2);28. 

-758 (A2); 



CLERGY, BENEFIT OF 



U-569C ; 



Clergyman's throat : see Pha- 
T 'of France, Declaration 
CLERGY RESERVES 6.497a; 
Clerical Abuses Bill (Italy) 15- 



-fl37d. 
184b; English 



i, Genevieve 4-323 



f John (o( Penicuik) 12- 



CLERKE, AGNES MARY 6- 



CLERMONT 

Charles Sir 

CLERMONT 

if 



GANNEAU, 

L'HERAULT 

' 10-77 8 (F6).'' 

Sainle -Croix,' 1 

'ha!ani6-79.'!V.. 

T - TONNERRE 

S-4H9b. 

T - TONNERRE, 



CLERUCHY 6-499d 



Clerval, Fr. 10-778 <H4). 



CLERVAUX (Clara Vallie), 
"'IB. 6-5(')0b; 3-0HS(HS). 
ille, Louis Nicolas 27- 



f78 (El); 16- 
. A. S. 24- 134b j 



Tle.ve, Per Teod 


r 6- 45 a. 




CHevea Hills, Lanes. 16-13) 


JLEVEDON, 8or 


a. 6-500D 


9- 


Clifdcn, T. C. Asar-Hobarta, 








(Ith viscount 22.S(!Sd. 


"~50Ub n ' IUaii8 


on, Som. 


6- 


Clifden, ire. 26-539d ; 11 
43Id. 




P 3-tJ7a. 




Chff, Colo. 6-722 (F.2). 




; 21-8631) 




— , N.Mes. 19-52(1 (B5). 


Jlevoland, duke* 


of 6-501 




—, Utah 27-81 1 (DS). 


CLEVELAND, 


BARBARA 


—, lake. Can. 20-1 14 (Rl). 


Villi ers, dnche 


93 Of 6-5 




— , inlet, Scot. 24-412 (Gl); 



— , N.Dak. 19-780 

— , N.Y. 19-596 (1 

CLEVELAND, O. 

2ti (L4] ; dnii 

586c ; labour 



:: .-■ 



37-81 

. 28-3 
28-740 

Yorta 
y 28- 


(D3). 

i 

9-412 (I. F4) 


i i 


-534a; iron 


Yorks 


9-412 O. F4) 


ii • 


-190 <D3). 


?oaci 


, U.S.'iO-657a 



— Co., Art. B 



?ve&, House of (Fr.) 16-923a 

jvis: sfieHake. 

svlamJ, Augustus 3-843(1 

22-8650. 

sw, bay. Ire. 14-741 (B3) 



CLEYNAERTS 



CLICHTOVE, , 



SSF 



n, Hants. ! 



], Derby. S-481b. 



amily) 8-50 7b i 

ird (9 th baron) 

nee Derby, Mar- 
y, countess of. 
: see Wcstmor- 



— , WILLIAM KINGDON 6- 



— , Did. 14-422 () 



■iSB„: 



CL'IFFORD" OF CHUbLEIGH 
Thomas CUffocd (1st baron) 



;, Linc S;) 16-713d, 

t. 28-38" (DS)! 
Ala.. 1-160 (Bll 
i 13-943(1; 2» 



—, Art;. 2-552 {Ei 



(E3). 
i (IV. 



. (Ont.) : see Kiagara 



:«®l. 



420 (IIL B4) ;'br)d'i-B4-537ej 
Koolosfcal gardens 28-lOlBo 

— , 111. 14-301 (D3). 

~- , Kan. 1S-654 (El). 

— , Lanes. 16-1S9 (Bl>^ 



CLIFT-COAL. 



— .N.C. 19-772 {AD. 
— , N.J. 19-502 (A£). 

— (North), Notts. 9-418 (EL 

— (South), Notts. 9-416 (II. 

— .N.S.W 19-538 (GS): 14- 
300c. 

— , N.Y. 19-596 (H4). 

— , N.Z. 18-824 (C5>. 

— , N.Z. 19-624 (PI). 

— , (>. 20-26 (C5) ; 6-373c 

— , Oreg. 20-242 (Bl). 

— , S.C. 23-500 <C2). 

— , Scot. 24-418(112). 

— , Tcnn. 26-620 (D2). 

— , Tex. 26-630 (K4). 

— , Wostm. -9-412 {I. C3) ; 
battle (1115) 19-33.1, 21- 
117b I geology 2B- 5 5 3d. 
"•"•- ~"-H8(A2). 



5?JL 



8-874 (H2) 



— , Yorks. 29-933 (B2). 
— , Yorks. 28-933 (CI). 
— , co., N.Z. 19-624 (17 

E3). 
Clifton Blue butterfly : 

Adonis butterfly-, 
tondalo, Mass. 17-852 (B3). 



CUf ton 



B-C3). 



28-118 



„_.„ s. 3-66d. 

— Heights, Cincinnati 6-L 

— Heights, Pa. 21-106 (K-L7). 

— Hill, Mo. 18-608 (D2). 

— Hill 3 Station, Austr. 2-960 
<1'5). 

— House, N.Mex. 19-520 (Fl). 



ga, N.Y. 19-596 (C3>. 
3ii, Va, 28-118 (E2). 
Clifton villa, Miss. 18-600 (D2). 



-, fonn. 2 



-422 (F6). 
— (F2). 
Ind. 14. 

Cliote (Chretien de Troyos) 1B- 



_12-366b (tig.). 

TiiVli'-SSSb" 

CLIMATE AND CUM A' 
ology 6-509<l: forests H 
6460 ; pathology 6-526c. 

Climate and Time in their Ge 
logical Relations (Croll) ' 
482 b. 

Climatio formation (hot.) 2 
762 c. 

Cliraatlus8-t28ot 14-252b. 

CLIMAX, JOHN 6-527e. 

Climax, (la. 11-752 (B5). 

— , Mich- 1B-3T2 (E7). 

— , Minn. 18-550 (A3). 

— , N.C. 19-772(C2>. 

— , Pa, 21-1(16 (Dl). 

— , pass, Asia M. 17-152a. 

Climai (drama) 8-1771). 

OHmb(bot,)6-527d. 

Climbing: set Mountatnet 



— perch 13-446* : 14-270a. 
Climbing Plants (C. Darwin) 7- 

84 2d. 
Climping, 9ns. 9-424 {17. AS) : 



CLINCHANT, JUSTIN 6-5270 
ll-14a. 

Clinch Co., Ga. 11-752 (D5). 
Clinchlngfin boxing) 4-3510. 
Cline, Henry 26-120b i 15 

319d. 
Clingman Dome, mt~, Tenn 

ClIngman'B Peak, mts., N.C. 2- 

207 d. 
CLINIC, CLINICAL (dictj 

sS7d. 

Clinicai research 9-1 00b. 



7*0 make full use of this Index it is essential to read the 
instructions given on Page 1. 

(physicist) 9 Clio, La. 17-54 (bG>. 



Clinker, 
233d. 

CLINKER (diet.) 6-527d. 
-built (diet.) 4-H J a. 
-oight4-100b. 
- lour 4-100b. 
" ' (tone : see I 
axis7-579a. 
;blore 6- 2 5 6c. 

CLINOCLASITB 6-527dT' 
"lb. 

-diagonal : see Clino-aj: 
graphic drawing 7-5T3d 
tiedral class 7-5790. 
nedritc 7-5790. 
buroitel3-SS4d. 
meter 2-692a. 
-pinacoid 7-570a, 
-prism 7-579a. 

sois'ite 9-0S9b. 

, DE WITT 6-528 



soldier: - 

659b; 19-467a. 
-, George, Admiral 15-472b 

19-G09d. 
-, SIR HENRY (Britisl 

General) <d. 1795) 6-529a 

l-842o ; John Andre 1 

18-7 27 d.* OI """ 
-, Sir Henry fd. 1829) 6-521)0 
-, HENRY FYNES 6- 5 2 9c. 



-, Jame? 6-52 8a. 



l. It. r 



B-386b. 



Clinton, Ark. 2-552 ({ 

— , Berks. 9-420 (III. .E3). 

—, Can. (B.C.) 4-000 (.E3). 

— , Can. (Ont.) 20-111 (B2). 

— , Conn. 6-952 (E4). 

— , Ga. 11-752 (C3). 

CLINTON, la. «-529d . 14-732 

(G3). 
—.III. 14-304 (] 



— , La. 17-54 (b5>. 

"JNTON, Mar- ' 

852 (D2). 

-.Me. 17-434 

-, Mich. 18-35 

■^ Minn. 18-5 ,. 

— , Miss. 18-600 (B3) : 18- 

601a; 18-602a. 
CLINTON. Mo. 6-530b; 18- 



CLINTON, N.Y. 6-53C 
— ', N.Z. 19-621 (B7). 



C2). 
3 (61). 



-Co., III. 14-304(C5). 
-Co., Ind. 14-422 <D4). 
-Co., Ky. 15-740(04). 
- Co., Mich. 18-372 (F7). 



(113); 12-4220, 
aintondale, N.Y. 



(DG). 
-, Fort, ] 
Hlnton 81--, 

27-626a. 



-,Coni 



6-952 {T 



, Ky. 15-740 (D2). 
— , O. 20-26 U.-Ml), 6-373a 
— , Pa. 21-106 (C3). 
Clintwoofl. Va. 2S-11B (Bl). 
Clio (myth.) 19 -60a. 
Clio, Ala. 1-4B0 (_D4). 
— , Ark. 2-552_<C3). 

— ; I*. 14-t 



. 2-552 (C3). 
5-8 <C2\ 
L4-732 (D4). 



.C. 25-500 (E2). 
Clio (mollusc) 11 -52 Id. 



5S51 

Clippers 



ipshain, Ku 
23-015b; 2 
Clipston, N 
„,ffll. E2). 



n baths) 3-514d. 



, Lond. 16-938 



litainbonitidac 4-3 6 6a. 
litandra 4-59Gb. 
- orientalis 1-35 Id. 



Clitoris (anat.) 23-133a; 23- 

134b. 
CLITUMNUS, riv,. It. 6-5310. 
CLIVE, CAROLINE 6- 5 3 Id. 
— , CATHERINE (Kitty) 6' 

S31d. 
— . Edward, 1st earl of Pon-is 

see Powis, Edward ChVe, lei 

— , ROBERT, baron 6-532a . 
14-407b ; Chingleput t- 
233a:Chinsural4-405e;Con. 
jetTcram 6-9431 " ' ' 



783d ; refon 



a (India) 



.1 



9-410 (II. B4). 



uuve, saiop a-iiu iu 
— , N.Z. 19-S24 (F3). 
— , Utah 27-814 (A2) 
Chyeden, residence, 1 
942 (B2); 4-730d. 
Clif o Fund 6-536a. 
Cllvus (anat.) 25-198 
CLOACA (archit.) 6-: 



2-3820, 

r","Ark."2-5"52 (E2). 
tes, pt., W.Ans. 16-630. 
lonog, Wales 9-428 {V. 



(Plan (matte) 21-7250. 
Clochctto, Captain l-fl4c. 
ClochodeiTlek, rook. Soot. 



CLOCK6-538e; B 



S- 134b : Congreye 



inyention ll-30a ; lnliric 
tionl7-88d; Marot's cloc 
17-749d: polar I see Tol 
clock ; Strutt's radium 2 
183b. See also Clepsydra. 

— (card game) : see Vingt-c 
Ul. 

— (constellation) ; see Hoi 

aock 1 F™ce,Lancs. 16-139 (C3). 
Clock star 26-9 85a. ( 

Clookum Creek, rlr , Wash. 28- 

354 (E2). ' 

Clodagh, rlv„ Ire. 14-741 (D3). 



Clodia6-553d; 18-258d. 
CLODIA, VIA It. 6-553b ; 



6. 14-744 (Dl). 



Clodius (Roman gens): 
CLODIUS, FUBLIUS (Pulchcr) 



Clodt-Jurg 



•e Maenads. 



nol, Jean : See Jean fta 

)ok. Dun of : see Bun ol 

jenbu'rg, Ger. 11-808 (B2). 

CI opt on. Sir Hugh 25-998C 
Clopton, Ala. 1-460 (D4). 
■"a. 11-752 (C2). 
ict,_ Hippolyte l-937a; 

CLOQUET, Minn, 6-556b : 18- 

550 (K4). 

ouncttc, riv., MJnn. 18-550 

(E4). 
„lose. Genera! 3-846b. 
CLOSE, MAXWELL HENRY 

- ;s6c. 

iE (law) 6-556d ; broach 

4-465h. 

ibnrn. Soot. 24-412 (E4)i 



sr3-786d. 
forty, riv., Ire. 14-744 (E4). 
_loe. Pa. 21-106 (E4). 
Cloeon 17-9341). 

' lion 25-1 52d. 
6-242d. 

^anihidiceps 10-225 
J. 19-259d. 



oral wat 



8 -603 d 



8 8-603C. 



Closed conduit 



— , Henr 
CloSz, F. 



CIob 



4-99 3a. 



Clogh, Ire. ( 
(E2). 

-, Ire.(Kilkeiiiiy)14-744(D4). 

-, riv.. Ire. 14-744 (E2). 
Cloaban, Ire. (Donegal) 14-744 i 

(C:2). 

-. Ire. (King's Co.) 

(113). 



•b (litterae clausae^ 
'•"- 1 : 16-5020. 
-382 (G13). 
;) 4-524d. 

i (game laws) 11- 



Cloghos 



:.) 14- 7 68a. 
i. 14-744 (D4). 
.... , Ire. 6-554a; 14- 
. -_ (D2). 
Cloghereei), Ire. 14-744 (B4). 
Cloghcr Head, cape, Ire 

(Kerry) 14-744 (Ail. 
— Head. cape. Ire. (LouUi) 14- 

7ii (E3); 17-66e. 
Cloghjordan, Ire. 14-744 (C4). 
Cloghy, Ire. 14-744 (F2). 
Clogwood r sre Yamane. 
™ ' ' hills, Scot. 24-418 



Seven. 

Clostridiun 
(llg.). 
,- . i 



<K3), 



Cloisc 



:1 9-363C ; 10- 



•4{C5). 



14-744 (C5); 

— , bay, Ire. 14- 

— Junction, Ire. 14-744 (C5). 
Clonard, cape, Kor. 16-156 

(K-08). 
Clonard, monastery, Ire. 14- 

Ire. 14-744(D3). 
-- J ' "■■ (B3). 



^k; 



Clonourry, Queens. 2-960 

2-9 3 2b ; 19- 7 56a. 
Clondalkln, Ire. 14-744 (Ea) ; 



Clonfert, Ire, 14-744 (03) 

495c. 
Clonic spasm 9-692a. 
Clonliffe College, Ire. 14-7. 
CLONMACNOISE, I * " 



3-163b[ 3-ie0« 

mi 3-1840 i 3- 

, 191). 

CLOSURE 6-55G3; 9-579ol 

20-848b. 
Closworth, Som. 7-163b. 
CLOT, ANTOINE BARTHEL- 

emy (Clot Bey) 6-556d; 8- 

Oot (of blood) : see Clotting. 

Clota. riv. : see Clyde. 

CLOTAIRE I. (Chlothaohar! 
6-557a; 10-805a; maniase 
22-784c; Nantos acquired 
""'"'""" kous oonrinered 



Clothes moth 8-898a; 16-468cj 
16-472a (ngs.) ; distribution 

CLOTHIER (diet.) 6-557R. 
^i„ thi u„ f„~,-. ^cess) 15. 



Clontarf, Ire. 14-741 (B5) ; 

battle (1014) 8-6 2 2a. 
— , NJ3.W. 26-278 (CI). 
— , isl.. Ire. 14-744 (E5). 
Goon, Jake, Ire. (Kerry) 14- 



Clothilde'Itali 

55d; 24-257a. 
Clotbilla pulsatoritt ; set 

Death-watch. 
Clothing: British Army 2- 

613c : 2-61 4b j conduction ol 

heatl3-150d ; In infancy 14- 

513h. See also Costume; 

Toile. 
— indiistry : trade dispute* 

25-1025b j trade unions 27- 

146c, 
Clotho(mj-th.)2-877d. 

- (zool.) : see Bitis. 

- arletans : see Puff-adder. 
3oth of estate 11.364a. 

- red 8-746b ; 8-7 SOa. 
Jlothworkore" Company 22- 



CLOTILDA, ST G-SSTo: 10. 

804d ; 13-37 6b. 
Clotting (of blood) 4-31t>: 4 

77d. 
Clotworthy, John, 1st ViBcoQnt 
aoud, Kan. 15-654 (El). 

aurora, effec 



— , niii, S._. 

CLOUD 6-5; , 

on 2-92i)b; dust 8-714a: 
meteorology 18-289a (figs.); 
mixturoa m atmosphere 18' 
289a : observations ant 
study 18-2720, 18-3770 ; 
variation with latitude ft 
518a. 

CLOUDBERRY C-SSSo. 



To make full use of this Index It Is essential to read the 
instructions given on Page i. 



CLIFT-COAL 



Cloudberry ot Alaska: act 

Salmon berry. 
CLOUD-BURST 6-558d. 
Cloud Chief, "Okla. 20-58 (C2). 
Cloudcroft, N.Mex. 19-520 



-Words Landing, Ky. 15-74 

moves' Fr. 10-77 S <E4). 
CLOYNE, Ire. 6-5G4H ; 14-74 

V Dolcaln : see Clouds! 



— Peak, i 



i ; 6-90b. 



8-87 3c. 

Clouds Creek, riv',, 8.C. M-SOC 

(C3). 
Clouds, The (Aristophanes) 2- 

Cloudy] bav, X.(i. 19-487 (F3). 
"~ 4 (E4). 



Clougb, riv., Yorlts. 9-412 ( 

Di). 
(,'lough (geog.)8-7()o. 
Clough Fold, Lanes. 16-12 

(I>2). 
Cloughoushter Castle, Ire. I 



— , S.C. 25- 5 
— , Utah 27- 

— , Va. 28-1: 



B-SOSd ; eultiva 
B-27b, 24-4230 
matter 1-lflSa ; 



iv., O. 20-20 
Orcg. 20-213 
i. 21-106 (F5). 
; 19-281a.' 



p(geoI.) 27-631. 



Cloverport, Ky. IS' 
CLOVES 6-562d ; l-355b ; 14- 
— , oil of 6-5631 ; Z0-o2d ; 21- 
Clovcslio, council of 7-64o ; 16- 



CloV 



;o6-562d. 



CLOVIO, GIORGIO CUILIO 6 

56;5b. 
CLOVIS I. 6-563b ; 10-S04O 



— , N.Mex.*19-520'(l.:3). 



CSov, glen, Scot. 24-418 (A3) 

2-644C. 
—.hill, Wilts. 8-420 (III.C4) 



- Meala 



■fiCloiH 



Societe- des Amis de la i 
L,UB-FOOT6-568b; 20-71 



" Lond. 6-567a. 



Cludaii, riv., Set 

8- 66 3a. 
CLUE (Clew-) (d 

-lueNtius 

Aulus 6-568d. 



y club) 15- 

J .'24-412(K4); 

r;t.) 6-5G8d. 
HABITUS, 



Gluff, O. 20-2fl(JI7). 



Clumber fiouse, Notts. 9-41 £ 

■""!. E3>; 8-651d. 
. .. _iber spaniel 8-3 77 d. 
CLUMP (diet.) 6-56Sa. 
Clumping (physiol.) 4-Slc. 
Olun, Salop 9-420 (III. A2) 
■"-1021a; 24-102OC. 

.v., Salop 9-420 (III. B2) ; 

— elav and shale 20-41 5a, 
CLUNES, Vict, 6-569a ; 2 



ics): 6-.iR9b;3-722a; 



CLUNY, Fr. 
(H4); ab 
16-5 49b ; 



Cluny Museum. 
limy laee 16-461). 
:luny Macplierson: see 3, 

pherflon (of Cluny). 
Huuy Museum, Paris 20-8( 

20-8«l)c: 13-811d (Plat 



24-)S2b ; 14-243.1 
alimentary cam 



CLUSERET, OUSTAVE PAUL 

" '70e. 

s, Fr. 10-778 (HI) 

iceae 2-745d. 
i rosea : see Copei. 
HUM (mod. Chiusi), 
Id ; 15-26 (D.J) : se 

se, Charles de.' 
imisl5-150b. 
■no, It. 15- 



B-C2). 
5-3 lid. 

, ; 21-622 
i.>;iu-oiHo; in Madeira 
2K2c; rosin 23-737d ; 
pontine 27-481 c. 
:r Springs 28-118 (C-Dl). 



21-621 



Clutch (! 



I 18-918e; 
logy) 9-I4ii. 



o lamp II 
hing (t al, 

■624d." 
_ >., N.Z. 19-S24 (G7, 
Cluthalite 1-U12b. 

is' (Cluvicr), Phil 



Clmvi 



is Uuf i 



CLUWER.F 
021c 



'hilip. 

Eus, Si. 2 



oUffa^ 



Clydiigh, riv.. Ire. (Korry) 14- 
741 <KS). 
-,riv., Iro. (Mayo) 14-744 

am. 

CLYDE, COLIN CAMPBELL, 



I. 15-6. 



iV(D9). 



(£1). 



2 (G7). 
— , i-uss. ib-uijO (CI). 
— , Mo. 18-608 (El). 
-, N.C. 18-772 (114). 
— , N.Dak. 18-780 (Fl). 
— , N.Y. 19-596 (D2). 
— , N.Z. 19-624 (BU). 
— , O. 20-26 (D2). 
— , Okla, 20-58(1)1). 

■| Wash. 28-354 (G3'|. 

-, firth, Scot. 24-412 (D4) 

6-572d; 8-600d. 

-, riv.. Can. (Baffin land) 5 

160 (Ql). 
-.riv., Can. (N.3.) 5-100 

(B2-3). 

-, Hv„ N.Y". 19-596 (D2). 
CLYDE, riv., Scot. 6-51 

~ I>3); 24-41' ' 



A B ric 

12-81b ; lighthouse 



l-3S6d 



S 28- 89 2 c. 

as. 26- 139a. 

Vt. 19-400 (C-D2) 



Clydebank 
Yzfluic 

Cly dedal. 



Clynier, Georcte 22-35Id. 
Clymer, N.Y'. 19-596 (A3) 
C'lynier.s, Ind. 14-422 (E3>. 
^t,™, of the Qi oug |, . aPe a 

the Clough. 

ier, aeot. 24-41S (B2 

160c. 

?, Scot. 24-412 (El); 2 



ale?9-42S(V. E3). 
■Vale* 9-12S (V. E3) 

., Dev. S-l.'iab. 



— Iloni 

- St Mar' 
lytaemtH 
181d ; 1 
ivth, Seo 
■ ■ ■ : 

"(El)!' 
a07d. 



iel8-497d. 

arietis 18-19 7d. 

log, riv., Wales (Den- 

..Wafts (Montgom.) 9- 



ile« 9-128 (V. DI). 
see Conical Poiii_. 

•e Thistle. 

4- 172a. 
aphrodite" (statue); 

. 14-137d- 2-B8a. 



26-839d ; medic 
ia-42a,16-546b; i 
Delphi 2-3S0a, 7- 



agcl9-885a foil.. 
|47 (PL ii.'figs. 6, 



5-711(1, 1-246 (l'lati 



COACH (carriage 

402h. 
~ (tutor) l-7S3a 
— and Coachha: 



Coahoma Co., 1 

(Bl). 
^oahuayona, riT., 
Ooahuiia, mts., d 
COAHUILA, -■ 



Mei.6-6S3d. 

il. E-14b. 
.. to. Men. 8- 
8 (E2). 

.It. 5-678 (A6). 



iil„ K.Z. 19-624 (A7). 
— , tilt., Colo. 6-722 (Bl). 
-v.. Can. 5-160 (D3). 
v., W.Vd. 28-560 (B3). 



triips and lock-o 



25-16290 ; U.S. 



COALBROOKDALE, Salop 6- 
_ .„ |in E1) . 

geology 24- 

■26 (12). 



— , W.Va. 28-S60ii. 



n.Mcx. 18-318 (E4). 
fc, Ala. 1-460 (MZ). 
Colo. 6-722 (E3). 

— Creek; riv.',' Bid._'l4-422 ((%). 



S.Dak. 25-50* 



— Creek Propriety 

953b. 
Coaldale, Ark. 2-5 



Colo. 



-Efi.ib. 



■S(=» 



l-4Gd 



Coalfield, la. 14-732 (E3). 

— Fire Creeki riv., Ala. i 

COAL-FISH 6-593a ; 2-30O. 
Coal gas : nee Gss, eoal. 
Coalgatc, Okla. 20-58 (E3) i 



0-58(L 



J. 20-116 (£7>. ' 



COALING STATIONS 6-593b ; 

Coal Island, Ire. 14-741 <E2) ; 

27-550a; Beolocy 14-745o. 
COALITION 6-594d. 

(1793) ll-162b; 10-855d; 



i, 13-432a; JS'ew South 

es 18-53 8 d. 

a. 6-722 (C2J. 



- Mint 



Regulation Act 
4-422 <C6). 



_ (190S) 16-18a. 

-, Pa. 21-1 06 (F6)." 

^oal Mountain, Gal ll-7fi? 

(Bl) 
:oal Owners, Federated 25- 

144b. 
joajport. Pa. 21-106 <E4). 

284a. 



8-120 (III. CI); 



-. 15-654 (F3). 

■"rattle. 



. 24-411 



ssils) B-693a ; 
5-693d ; 8-128* 



■ Coadjutor IS. 
— bishop 4-3. 



wof2-7S4c. 
Md. 

44 (E2); 27- 



a. Miss. 18-600 (Bl). 



Coalsnaughton, 

Coal Supplies, ' Royal Com- 
mission oiHl 902) 6-592d. 

COAL-TAR 6-595a ; ll-4Slat 
colours in dyei^s 8-745e. 

— liaphtha 6-506b ; 19-167d 

Coal-tips 8- 3 60 a. 

Coal -titmouse 26-1030c. 

Coalton, 0. 20-26 (E6l;20-!Bb 

— , W.Va. 28-560 (C-D3). 



COAL-COGH 

Oool Valley, HI. 14-304 (132). 
— Valley, Pa. 21-106 (E7). 
Coalville, la. 14-732 (C2). 
COALVILLE, Leies. 6-599a 

9-416(11. F.4). 
— , Utah 27-814 



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COAST 6-599b ; Ii-63Sb 

Surrey 26-lSCa. 
— (intern, law) 25-6490. 

United State! 



— codo 

— DEFENCE 



Columbian dee: 



Coast Fork, riv., Oreg. 20-24: 
COASTGUARD 6-602d 
COASTING (sport )'6-603a. 



(D2-E3) ; 4-398 
5-147a; ilora 5- 
logj-5-l±6a; mi 



!. : see K listen- 
24 lil; Anglo- 



24-11 S(C-D3). 
Coatepeque, lake, Salv. 5- 

(134); battlc(1863)12-6i 
Coate Reservoir, lake, VV 

28- 23 6 a. 
Coatee, GIos. 9-420 (Id. C3) ; 



6-160 (D-E2): 

I (E3). 

il) 6-601a ; 6. 



nmlncs 6-G05a ; la, 
n 14-8S2d, 25-394d. 
immonium phosphate 



Cobhai] 



-bluc21-598d. 



— fluoride 6- 6 04c. 



— iodide 6-G04c. 
Cobalt is ulphurou; 
COBALTITE 6-BC 



— sulphides 6-BOid, 

— violet 21-599a. 

— yellow: .we Aureolra. 
COBAN, Giut. 6-G05d ; 5-678 



)ban>o, K.S.W. 2-9B0 <E5). 
lb b, "David 26-434b. 
-, HOWELL 6-606a; 11- 75 6 d. 
-, Jamea27-1063a. 

-, Ga. 11-752 1B1). ' 
-, Ky. 15-654 (B2>. 
-, mt., Cal. 5-8 (132). 



Cob be, A. 9. 25-332a. 
-— , Frances Power 19-5fl3o. 
Cobberas, mt., Vict. 2-942c. 
COBBETT, WILLIAM 6-606O. 
CobbeU's Slate Tririis 25-H0Ba. 
Col. hi i am, Ga. 11-752 (D2). 
Cobbins. riv.. Bus. 16-942 <E2' 
Cobbinsliaw, Scot. 24.41S(D3); 



S-945a 



le (diet.) 6-603d. 



Ion day 18-69M. 



Jaurch, Sur. 16-942 

Sur. 16-942 (C3). 

6-612i 
residan . . 
.. . i . 

Plot: seel 

COB1JA, Chil. 6-(il2b; 2-462 

Cobinsliaw, Soot. : see Oobbi 



, Kent 16- 



Cooi 



l 14-256 



icLoae 



IS 4b. 



Cobla (dir 
Coblcntai 



. 24-137d. 
1,1 27-10451 
oat) 6-61 at 



; rocks 9-133b ; Water- 
*unpatgn28-372c 
Sill, nTV. 19-59H (Al). 
., N.Y. 19-396 (Al). 
Kill limestone 27-62 6a. 
i, India 20-3 5 J a, 

bay, Chan. Is. 9-430 (VI. 
; ia-«71d. 
ink. Can. 20-114 (C2). 
l, mis., Ariz. 2-544 

S-613a; 20- 



COBODRG, Can. 



(G3). 
DMAS 



luudeville, Dnr. 9- 



and Vt. 19-490 



Land, Antarc. 21-061 

ille. Mo. 18-608 <D1). 

;, beach. Mass. 17-852 

u'oaloos, ilex. 18-3U 
I: 18-319c; rainfall 27. 

., Mex. 19-9 4 3d. 

1 circles 6-3*83a. 

n, P.Is.28-58d. 

bot.) 6-604a ; ll-264a 

iaical»-91j<d. 

:iurse)6-603d; 13-724a. 



Cobaca 10 -5 63 d. 



u, Me. 17-434 (C4). 
a." 1-4110 (B4). 



)den Club 6-567c ; 6-611b 



<C2); 19-830a. 
-, mts.. Can. 19-831 (B-02) ; 

19-830a : geology 19-830b. 
- group 20- 2 3 6 d. 
ober. riv.. Corn. 13-253b. 

CAREL GABRIEL 6- 



Hale ; bite 2S-287c ; worship 
of 9-46a, 24-679a, 2-52c. 

" Cobra " (destroyer) 24-91Bb. 

Cobram, Vict. 28-38 (CI). 

Cobras, isl., Hraz. 23-353d ; 4- 

Cobre, Cii. 7-595 (E2) ; copper 

inlne7-599d. 
— ,Nev. 5-8 (Fl). 
— , mts., Cu. 7-595d ; 7-596c 

15-132e. 
Cobrcs, riv., Port. 2S-530 (B4) ; 

12-64Bb. 
Cobreatante Point, Az. 3-S 



14-2 7 c. 

- liohi': see LIclii. 
— yardoni : see Puku. 

IW S-'b'il (C2)."" 
, _p. 25-530 (C2). 
— , mt., Alpsl-747a. 
'-v., Bo. 8-911 (C 

■-, (map); 6-701 ( 

id. 

Kbot.)6-G14b. 



3. 19-465 (CI). 

i-si5a;' i-essa 

a l-909b; den 
S2b ; electrolytic 
ition 9-251o ; — 



l, Bom.Brit. ; see Wl-l 
cteriasepttoa3-157d. 



ochlearia armoraoia : See 
Horse -radish, 
□chliodoiitidae 24-59 6a. 
oohllopodium 23-248c. 
-pellucidum 23-2461). 
ochloeeras 5-G93d. 
_ociilodesma 16- 12 4b. 
Coehlostyla ll-526b. 

™,ml, Clian.Is. 25.9650, 

an, Ga. 11-752 (C3). 
,d. 14-4Sa (H6). 



ens 8-12Se; 26-54 3c ; 



COCCOLUS INDICUS 6-61Sd; ■ 
21-58U1>. 
jceiis ll-762d ; ll-255d. 



see bundonald. 
A. lM.8-677a;l-a4yb. 

Thomas 4-BS2a. 
ne. Can. 1-500 (B2). 
a. 28-740 (H4). 

n" Mills, Pa. 21-106 (D4). 
aton. Pa,. 21-106 (B2). 
.nville. Pa. 21-106 (H J). 



— , EDWARD 6-02 



Cucc 



707b. 



; 13- 



Coeoysi 

Great spotted cuckoo. 
Ckicorx 25-170c; 18-I44C ; 8- 

635d ; nerve 19-400d. 
Coofiyzus 7-6101). 
Cocontaina, Sp. 25-530 (E3) ; 

1-529C. 
Coch, cantref, CIos. 18-729a. 



;oek and hen 
Lump-sucker 

- and Pync _. 
Bcrby. : see 

:ockatee'l 6-622^.^ 



paddle : see 
hostelry, 



COCHABAMBA, Eol. 6-619a ; 

4-167 (B3): 4-1 7 Id. 
COCHABAMBA, dept,. Boi 

61Sd; 4-107 <R*>; 4-171 
— , nits.. Idol. 4-167 (B3); 



3.W. 86-278 
Co'cKA i TOO i 6-"6''22o ; 20-864c ; 



COCKATRICE 6-622d. 
Cookayn, Sir Aston 



611d. 

lobha 
Lvt 



on. 8t_b viscount 17- 
rd Brooke, Lord 6- 
or, duchess of Ciou- 

i Hro'olte, Lord 6- 

28-414b. 

f de Cobham, baron 



India 6- 6 15b 



JOHANNES 6. 



ealw. 



hoi 20-511). 
•c Scale-inset 



see Oldcastle, 
COBHAM, Kei 
942 (F3). 



CO00IDIA6-filSd. 

CoccJdiosIs 6-616a. 

Coccidium 6-Olie ; 6-616 (Pl.I. 
]. I flga. 1, 3). 

castle. Lord : — cutilculi 6-616 (Plate), 
ir John. — mitrarimn 6-B1 7c. 

6-612a; 16- 



Cochocho. riv., K.H. 19-490 

(F5) ; 8-455b. 
— Falk, K.n. (battle) 8-455d. 
OOOHEM, Ger. 6-61'Jb ; 11- 

;rel, Fr, (battle) 5-918b. 
irv, Goorsoa Charles Paul 
■ 19b. 
0U15 ADOLPHE 6-619b. - 

3sctt. Mass. 17-fi52 (E2). 
il.oti, K.i'. 16-596 (K-F4J. 

Sl- 
eek, Colo. 6-722 (U3)._ 



„. ...__t. 24-412 (E2). 

Jookburn, Alcsaiider 6-62 3a. 

— , SIR ALEXANDER J. E. 

6-623a; 8-9390 ; n '" ' 



e 3-940c ; collar oi 



^y THOMAS «-624d, 

4-S52c. 

•m (dean of York) 6- 

" "'or) 2S-243b. 



COCHIN-CHINA, colony, Fr. 
T ';, 6-620b ; 14-1U8(D7-E6); 
-490b ; Chinese relatiotia 



filliam (Ireebootei 

Cock burn, bay, Can, 5-1G 
-,2). 
si.. Can. 18-372 (G4) ; 21 
4 (D2). 
lit., W.Avis. 2-960 (D3). 



rbour,CaicosI^2 
nd, pen in., Can. 
);3-192d. 
— Law, hill. Scot. 3-S1 
-oekburnapath, Scot. 

oekohafer 's-SOOa ; 
(flg.); 13-4401) ; 13-4 

914b.' ■ 



24-412 
6-6730 
at) 24- 



ocked h; 



., Teop. 2 



197c. 



nl5-9 



COCHINEAL 6-621b ; 8-7 
cultivation 4-926d ; 

— inacct6-621b." 

Coeliincalin6-621d. 
Cochin fowl 22-214b. 
Cochlnos, bay, Cii. 7-595 (CI). 

44 (D4); 27- 

. 17-S52 (A4). 
(K2). _ 



;enoe, isl.. Conn. 
Cockenzie, Scot, 24-41 
COCKER, 'EDWARD B-625a. 
6-62 5c. 



indy: 



b. 16-9 la 

16-139 (D2). 
see Garden 



183b. 



b; 13-126a; in rci 

181b. 

imbranous : see 8' 

ear 10-562d. 
earia7-522a; 19-83 



—.Douglas 4-218d; 4-218 

(Plate). 
Dockcrham, Lanca. 9-416 (II. 

B2). 
Cookerill, John 6-62Sb ; SO- 



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Cbckermouthy, riv., N.H. 19- 



Cocoon 16-*68d; i 



. Coi 



fcdiUe 20-101. 

DINUS, 
idling Bi 



reklicld Fell, diat., Dur. 8- 
)CK -FIGHTING 6-B 



COAL-COGH 



— d' Alone, lake, Ida. 14-276 

— d'AIene, mts"' Ida. 14-218 
(A-B2); lWea. 

COEUH D'ALENE, teibe and 



COELOM AMD SEROUS MEM- 



COCK LANE GHOST 6-6 



COCKLE, S1H JAMES 6-027a. 
COCKLE 6-G2Jb ; 16-112(1 ; 21- 



!»ia. 



RINC.T0N, CH 

er 6-6360. 

IR EDWARD 6-6. 



COCKNEY (diet.) 6-l!27c 
COCK-OF-f HE-ROCK 6. 



S1S&};: 



CODA (diet.) 6-0: 



i B-Slld; 13-1 



COEN, JAN PIETERSZOON 6. 
NACULUM 6-0-lid; 81- 



*e 6-566d ; 6-6463 : 



:ODY, WILLIAM FREDER- 



COFFER (archi.) 6- 

"oheat) 6-64fld ; 

i-FERDAM 6-6 ■ 



iOFFEYVILLE, Kn.il 



CO-EDUCATION 6-fi:!7b. 
COEFFETEAU, NICOLAS ( 



COEHOORN, MENNO, 



CODE NAPOLEON 6. 



.. N.Diik. 19-78C 
[f. 23-4190. 
S.Aui. 2-360 (E6}; 



COELENTERA 6-6 



qucre'd 15-T35(f ; seal 24- 
COERCION (diet.) 6-64fla 



Orfra de teccite, n 

818 (HI);. 18-3 

COG (diet.) S-SSOc 



in8-750o: 26-6: 



—,' Thomas 13-87 3a; 8-5930. 

— Rouse. Pa. 21-106" (H3). 

— Station, Pa. 21-1 06 (H3). 
COGERS MALL 6-G00d. 
□otraeg, Oson. 9-420 (III. E3) i 

20-418a; 28-762a. 



CODIAEUM 6-6. 



COCO-NUT PALM 6-68 
4-5901S ; Ceylon { 
36a i - a U^* : 27^63io e8 



COELLO, ALONSO SANCHEZ 

6-642U. 
— , ANTONIO 6- 6 42b. 



CODILLA 6-6: 



;UR'. JACQUES 6-6 
0-823c; Couffle?-12-2„_._, 
otel, Bourses 4-331B, 13- 



COGH-COLO 

COGHLAN, CHARLES FRAN- 



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Cogla : see Pygmy sperm 

whale. 
Cogito, ergo sum 5-414(1. 
Cosies, diet.. Fr. 10-776 (C2). 
Coghans, mt., Alps 1-7470. 
COGNAC, Fr. 6-65U i 10-77! 

(D5); 10-914d; treat; 

(1526)6-8511). 
Cognao (brandy) 4-428d ; 25 

697 a. 
Cognates (diet.) l-317d ; 26 

632a. 
Cognelee, fort, Fr. i9-160a. 
COGNITION 6- 65 Hi ; 22-552a 

l-75d ; 21-133b : Democ 

ritus8-4o. ; Humel3-880u 

Kant 15-6661) ; Leibnitz 16 

388c. 
COGNIZANCE (dirt.) 6-051C. 
Cognizcc (law) 10.355b. 
Cognizor (law) 10-3SSS). 



e Bridge- 
. 19-502 



— , harb., Mi 
Co-heirs 26-. 
COHEN (ft 

—', II cm 



iliioli 



«18. 



,nnl8-230d v 
M. 24-5100, 
■be'rt (1907) 2 

Virginia 17-7 7 la. 

B-»SSej 9-200 

26-532a. 
hot.) 10.561c. 



COMN, FERDINAND JULIUS 
6-651C ; bacteria 3-157." - 
cytology 7-711a; sinter 2 
149d. 

— , GU5TAV 6-652b. 

— (oculist) 4-60a. 

Cohnheiru, Julius Fricdric 
on cancer 5-170C : on p) 

rnour27-373b. 
— , Otto l-51Sd ; 19-925d. 
Cohn-Vicbig, C. 11-7980. 
Cohocton. N.Y. 19-596 (C3). 



arden 4-3 00c ; 
prison 22-308(1 ; ^™ 
2-141b; literary dispute 

;J 19-95Sb; riots (19U3) 
.540 ; university 27- 

it., Port. 6-653(5. 
la. 14-732 (B4). 
. „]a. 20-58 (AD. 
COIN, Sp. 6-653c; 25-530 



methods 19-875a; Boulton' 
machinery 4-321b; broil* 
21-116a; Channel Island 



nting 18-sr.Td ; 
ind 26-259(1; eel 



389) 8.5b ; Uni 
!873)27-722h. 
OFFENCES 6-6530 ; 



ibbre 



.1 1-2 7c. 
me Clio la 



Cola acumii 
Colaba, Indii 

^*£™ 

Colaoi'um 10-4671). 
Cola 

Colon 



s Kolaba. 
{B3) :j. - 






nothoc 13-86 Hi 
i del Fiore 25-( 
see Kola 

B-S03b! ' 



Golden- 



Colav, lake, Ec. 

Colbalth, JcreTi 

Wilson, Henr; 



— vigilum 22-24'Jb. 
Cohort (biol.) 6-6S2c. 

— (Fr.) 15-803b. 
COHORT(Kom. army 

23- i 7 2b. 
Cohort, Ala. 1-460 (Hi 



"(BllTi 
Cokato, J! 



i. 11-752 (Bl). 
Ga. 11-752 (HI). 
1'an. 5-678 (B7) ; 

?) 6.652c; judge's 



;.H. 19-4IJ0 (C5). 
13-81 lb. 
n (Qattlo)24-613b. 



e, mt„ Salv. 5-67S 

mi. 18-550 (C5). 
ir A. 3-9530. 
EDWARD 6-6541) 
■"onopolies 16 
iptlon 22-297a 

■'848 b. 



23-3 1 d 
— f Lady kliaabcth 6"-054e. 



Coin (priest) 9-7d. 
Coieach, Soot. 23-7121 
Coign (diet.) 6 : 653e. 



hel 19-2871) ; 19 
I concrete syster 



CoLla, Miss. 18-600 (C2). 



ancas Villiors, yiseoun 

, -IR JOHN 6-655b. 
—, THOMAS 6- 05 50 ; 9-701a 

18-587a. 
— (earls of Leicester) r see Le 

COKE 6-655d ; ' Counellsvil 



Coke dale, Mont. 14-2 
Coke-oven 6-655d ; : 

; Coko plate 26- 1000a. 
Coker. Ala. 1-460 (B: 

■ — , Ga. 11-752 (Bl). 



)i BAPTISTE 8-1...., 
:a; library 16-566d; 
code 18-306a ; tapes- 



DE CROISSY, 



l. Ire. 14-711 (E3). 



. 20-114 <E2' 
1. 17-828 (14^. 
a : sec Capel Col- 



.nd. 14-122 (D3). 
B-74II (OS). 
erett 19- 5 13c. 



ColDy, Everet 
— , Gardner 2 
— , THOMAS 

°60a ; 8-8.,.,., , .,=«= ^» 
.pparatus 11-6081), 26- 

Colhy, L of M. 9-112 (I. A2). 
— , Kan. 15-054 (Al). 
— , Wash. 28-354 (A4). 

— ', Wis. 28-710 (CI)! 
COLCHAGTJA, pro v., Chil. 6- 

000b; 2-402 (B2 and B3) ; 

minerals 6- 1 50b. 
COLCHESTER, CHARLES 

Abbot, 1st baron 6-66()b. 
— , Charles Abbot, 2nd baror. 

6- 6 60c. 
— , Reginald Charles Edwari 

Abbot, 3rd baron 6- 000c. 
Colchostor. Conn. 6-952 (PM). 
COLCHESTER, Ess. 6- 6 60c 

9-424 dV.B3); 4-584 (DO) 



COLCOTH AR 6-6 6 3a. 
' 466 (A2)! 



<A2). 



.W.Af. 25- 

.W.AI. S 



., Can. 1-500 (B2). 
iUKCB, N.Z. 23-764e. 
rly., Mass. 17-852 (Al). 
riy., N.H. 19-490 (FA). 
rlv., N.H. 19-490 (C5). 
COLD (ph^ ■■■-' " 



195o ; 
anaesthet 



hfroir, 

.) 26-795o 



.18-2 



25-400 (D9); 15-6 



ts. 9-420 
f.., S.Ar. 



Yilts. 9-120 (in. I>3), 

oleanor,' Ala. 1-4H0 (C2). 
oleaiiUius 12-3771); 12-372a. 
oleblufl, Ala. 1-4(10(112). 
olcbrook, Conn. 6-952 (C2). 
-, N.H. 19-490 (E2j. 

Coalbrookdale. 
COLEBROOKE, HENRY 

Thomas 6-6650 ; 5 -16 5a ; 

Hindu law 14-437d. 
Colebrooke, Dey. 9-430 (VI. 

E2). 

, riv., Ire. 14-711 (D2). 
I'aasagc.lmrl]., Itur. 1-U55c. 

■lebrook lliTer, Conn. 6-111)2 

(CD. 

ile Camp, Mo. 18-60S (C3). 



- Oock, Ney 

- Creek, ri 
— (Jreek, : 



.,Iiid.l4-i22(E5) 
Wash. SB -am 



Coleford, Glos. 9 

12-134h ; 7-8 

Coleguy, Switz. : 



ja... 

COLDEN, CADWALLADER 

(d. 1776) 6-663d. 
-, C!adivallader David ( 

1834) 6-064a. 
tolden, N.Y. 19-596 (B3). 
-, int.. 1. of M. 9-412 | 

!old feet (in poker) 21 -901a. 
!ol(l Fell, mt., Cumh. 9-412 

(I. C3). 
loldflnch: see Pied flycatclioi 



6390. 
Oolding, Ludwig 

400b. 
Coldingham, Scot. 24-412 (F4); 

3-815(1. 
Coldness (mod.) IE 
Cold Norton. Ess 

]>.'!); 20-417d. 
Cold pressed, oil 

Coldridge, Dey.